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Shimano PD-M324 SPD Clipless MTB Pedals

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Product Description

Shimano M324 SPD Clipless MTB pedals are versatile pedals which, feature an SPD cleat on one side and a flat pedal cage on the other,  are great for new SPD users as well as everyday cycling, commuting and you name it...

Key Features:

  • Ideal pedal for recreational riders who commute and tour
  • Combines SPD mechanism on one side and flat pedal body on the other, you can ride with cleats or normal shoes
  • Serviceable cup and cone bearings add to long life of the pedals
  • Adjustable cleat tension means you can start off with loose tension for extra easy engagement and release, and turn up the tension as you progress
  • Weight: 533 grams

Shimano PD-M324 SPD Clipless MTB Pedals Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.5
out of 5
4.55
Build Quality
4.86
Performance
4
Value For Money
4.64

Customer Reviews (7)

5
Brilliantly reliable and versatile pedal

I have used these pedals for some years now and they have never let me down. In wet weather, when accelerating, or going round corners, your feet never slip, giving you total control and maximum power. They also have the flexibility of allowing the use of ordinary shoes as well as SPDs. One recommendation though, is to go on a quiet back road and practice taking your feet off and placing them back in again repeatedly before riding with them. The only slight downfall is the price, which I feel is a bit high.

I have used these pedals for some years now and they have never let me down. In wet weather, when accelerating, or going round corners, your feet never slip, giving you total control and maximum power. They also have the flexibility of allowing the use of ordinary shoes as well as SPDs. One recommendation though, is to go on a quiet back road and practice taking your feet off and placing them back in again repeatedly before riding with them. The only slight downfall is the price, which I feel is a bit high.

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4.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4.5/5
5
Highly recommended

I have been using these pedals for about 4 years now and have them fitted to several bikes. They are great used with clip-in shoes but equally good when using the flat side with trainers. Really high quality item.

I have been using these pedals for about 4 years now and have them fitted to several bikes. They are great used with clip-in shoes but equally good when using the flat side with trainers. Really high quality item.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Best of Both Worlds

Using my bike for fitness, commuting and popping into town I wanted pedals that I could use clipless on as well as normal shoes. These are great and do the job perfectly. Very well built and I didn't even have to make any adjustments for the clipless shoes as they worked great for me out of the box. Highly recommended.

Using my bike for fitness, commuting and popping into town I wanted pedals that I could use clipless on as well as normal shoes. These are great and do the job perfectly. Very well built and I didn't even have to make any adjustments for the clipless shoes as they worked great for me out of the box. Highly recommended.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
Good compromise

Well built if a little heavy. Pedals allow me to pop out on the bike for social riding in flats and get serious for the gnarly bits with SPDs

Well built if a little heavy. Pedals allow me to pop out on the bike for social riding in flats and get serious for the gnarly bits with SPDs

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5
3
Ok but clumsy

A heavy pedal, good for commuting as you can wear your spds and when needed normal shoes. Single sided clip means there not always easy to clip in to if you are used to dual sided pedals.

A heavy pedal, good for commuting as you can wear your spds and when needed normal shoes. Single sided clip means there not always easy to clip in to if you are used to dual sided pedals.

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3 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 3/5
Value For Money: 4/5
5
Shimano M324 SPD Clipless MTB Pedals

Good pedals for commuting as you can choose to clip in or not whilst the flexibility of being able to use SPDs or noncycling shoes is great. Although these are labelled as a MTB pedal I use them on my road bike and they are perfect for what I need. As they are combine SPD mechanism with standard flat pedal they are a little heavy compared to other SPD clipped pedals but for me the flexibility they offer far outweighs this.

Good pedals for commuting as you can choose to clip in or not whilst the flexibility of being able to use SPDs or noncycling shoes is great. Although these are labelled as a MTB pedal I use them on my road bike and they are perfect for what I need. As they are combine SPD mechanism with standard flat pedal they are a little heavy compared to other SPD clipped pedals but for me the flexibility they offer far outweighs this.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 5/5
5
Shimano M324 SPD

I bought these as an introduction to clipless pedals and used them for several years commuting on a MTB in all weathers. After a long break from cycling I have now fitted them to a new road bike. Other than requiring a clean they are still in perfect working condition. Though classed as MTB pedals they are more than adequate for use on a road bike with the added benefit of being compatible with noncycling shoes. They're not the cheapest pedals available but their longevity more than justifies the price.

I bought these as an introduction to clipless pedals and used them for several years commuting on a MTB in all weathers. After a long break from cycling I have now fitted them to a new road bike. Other than requiring a clean they are still in perfect working condition. Though classed as MTB pedals they are more than adequate for use on a road bike with the added benefit of being compatible with noncycling shoes. They're not the cheapest pedals available but their longevity more than justifies the price.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5

Compatibility

MTB pedal and cleat compatibility

Use this table to check what cleats you need for your pedals

Pedal →
Cleat ↓
Shimano SPD Ritchey Wellgo RSP/Raleigh One23 BBB Genetic Outland Crank Bros Time Atac MKS Mavic Look Quartz Speedplay Frog
Shimano SPD X X X X X X X X            
Ritchey X X X X X X X X            
Wellgo X X X X X X X X            
RSP/Raleigh X X X X X X X X            
One23 X X X X X X X X            
BBB X X X X X X X X            
Genetic X X X X X X X X            
Outland X X X X X X X X            
Crank Bros                 X          
Time Atac                   X X X    
MKS                   X X X    
Mavic                   X X X    
Look Quartz                         X  
Speedplay Frog                           X

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Clipless MTB Pedals Guide

 

Clipless MTB Pedals Guide

Designed for mountain bikes these pedals will keep your foot in place over rough ground.

Attached to your shoe the small SPD style cleat fixes with two bolts. Pedals that use the two-bolt cleat system are commonly called SPD (Shimano Pedalling Dynamics), after the primary brand for this system. Clipless MTB pedals let you connect your shoes to them, for greater power and control. Although they are traditionally off-road pedals, there are many types of shoe style available so are popular for leisure and commuter riding. They are easier to use and to walk in than road clipless shoes.

To use clipless MTB pedals, you will need a pair of shoes that take two-bolt cleats. You will also need to attach the right type of cleats for your pedals to the shoes. Cleats are included with pedals.

  • Increased efficiency
  • Stay planted to the bike over very rough terrain
  • Durable, with great mud shedding qualities
  • Specific shoes are essential
  • Being attached to the bike takes some adjustment time
  • Dabbing in corners is not as instant

Types of MTB clipless pedal

There are essentially three styles of mountain bike clipless pedals:

Small lightweight traditional SPDs

Small lightweight traditional SPD type pedal with no platform other than the clipless mechanism. Suits race style cross country shoes with a stiff sole.

Trail type, with a medium sized cage

Trail type, with a medium sized cage around the pedal. Protects the mechanism against rock strikes and gives a small platform area for the foot if the mechanism is missed.

Larger downhill type with a large platform

Larger downhill type with a large platform, aids clipping in and provides a good base if you do not clip in first time. Often with replaceable pins for added grip.


Two-bolt cleat/pedal compatibility table

Most clipless mountain bike pedals are Shimano SPD, or are compatible with them, such as Ritchey and Wellgo. Yet, there are several brands that make pedals and cleats that are only compatible within that brand, such as Crank Bros, MKS, Time Atac and Look Quartz.

Pedal →
Cleat ↓
Shimano SPDRitcheyWellgoRSP/RaleighOne23BBBGeneticOutlandCrank BrosTime AtacMKSMavicLook QuartzSpeedplay Frog
Shimano SPD            
Ritchey            
Wellgo            
RSP/Raleigh            
One23            
BBB            
Genetic            
Outland            
Crank Bros                          
Time Atac                      
MKS                      
Mavic                      
Look Quartz                          
Speedplay/Frog                          

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