Shimano RS500 SPD-SL Pedals with SM-SH11 Cleats

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Shimano road pedals, model RS500

  • Spring tension softened
  • Platform designed for easier anchoring
  • Technology inherited from the best models
  • Extra wide platform
  • Mechanical plates in friction zones


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Shimano renews its road start pedal with the PDRS500, designed with high-end features.

Having a pedal that provides safety and confidence, while being simple to use and durable, is a fundamental element for those who start using pedals with calves.

In line with its usual line of work to provide cyclists with the best and most innovative components for their outings, Shimano has renewed its road start pedal with the new PDRS500 model, which replaces a classic such as the PDR540, which has served Historically, hundreds of cyclists have been released in the use of pedals with the SPD-SL system.

The new PDRS500 pedal has been designed with some features and technologies present in high-end models. Without going any further, its Q factor is the same as that of Dura-Ace pedals, which brings efficiency and performance to pedaling. In addition, its extra-wide platform design facilitates the hooking and unhooking of the cove. Another element that facilitates the entry and exit of the cove is the tension of the spring, which in the PDRS500 is lighter than in a conventional pedal.

Likewise, the PDRS500 has metal plates at the key points where contact between the shoe and the pedal occurs, which reduces friction and increases the durability of the pedal. Its weight is 320 g.

The PDRS500 pedal is part of the Shimano SPD-SL system, created to provide the cyclist with the perfect integration between the pedal and the shoe and provide more efficient power transmission and stability on the bike when going up and down.

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