Shimano PD-M324 Pedals

 
5.0 stars
 (6 Reviews)
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Description

These versatile pedals feature adjustable Shimano SPD bindings on one side and standard cages on the other: the perfect combination for riders who ride with cleated cycling shoes and also with regular shoes. With sealed bearings and chromoly axles, the M324s are durable and practical all-around pedals.

Features & Info

Cleat compatibility: SPD

Cleats included
Weight: 533 grams (pair)

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(6 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Highly compatible  (4)
  • Rugged  (4)
  • Versatile simple 
  • Reliable 
  • Versatile 

Cons

Best Uses

  • Casual trails  (4)
  • Cross Country  (2)
  • Single Track 
  • Free Riding 

 
5.0
Sep 10, 2017

Love the pedals

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Cons:
Best Uses:
Just upgraded my crossrip to these pedals. So much better pedaling. The freedom to change from one to the other even with shoes.
by Jas from Rockford illinois

 
5.0
Oct 10, 2015

Great reversible option, with extra advantage

Pros:
Versatile Simple, Rugged
Cons:
Best Uses:
I ride a mix of dirt/gravel trails and paved surfaces. Sometimes I forget my cleated shoes. This gives me the option of switching between clipped or not on the fly. Extra advantage: the platform side is hollow in the middle, allowing my cleat to protrude down below the plane of the pedal. Simply clip out, flip the pedal, and step on a firm flat surface with my cleat out of the way. Perfect when encountering crossings and pedestrians on an urban trail. Once clear I just flip to the other side and clip back in.
by Mike from St. Louis, MO

 
4.0
May 23, 2014

Happy with this purchase!

Pros:
Rugged, Highly Compatible
Cons:
Best Uses:
Casual Trails
If u want to "ease" into clipless pedals, these are a good choice! I can choose to be clipped in or I can flip the pedal and be completely unattached to the bike! Nice product for those learning to use clipless pedals!
by Missy from Augusta, Georgia

 
4.0
Dec 25, 2013

When you need some flexibility

Pros:
Highly Compatible
Cons:
Best Uses:
Casual Trails
These are really nice pedals--the clip on pedals have a really good feel to them and then you have the option to go with regular pedals on family rides to the park.
by Biking Davo from Dayton, OH

 
5.0
Dec 15, 2009

Best Pedals I own

Pros:
Rugged, Versatile, Highly Compatible, Reliable
Cons:
Best Uses:
Casual Trails, Single Track, Cross Country
These pedals are great. I am a person that has many bikes. I don't always put on my cycling shoes when I hop on my bike, these pedals are on some of my recreation bikes so I always have the option. They are great and I highly recommend them.
by Jordan300 from Gainesville, FL

 
5.0
Sep 04, 2009

I like these pedals

Pros:
Rugged, Highly Compatible
Cons:
Best Uses:
Casual Trails, Cross Country, Free Riding
I ride my bike for exercise and the enjoyment of the open road. I live in the country and try to take different roads to explore the area. The roads can be pretty rough in places. After a lot of thought, I decided to buy new pedals and bike shoes. I wanted something that was versatile and would allow me to ride without my bike shoes. These pedals have been great. The whole bike-shoe/clipped-to-the-pedal thing is something to get used to, but I'm getting there and find it easier to use every day.
by Steveo from Evansville, WI