Shimano PD-R540 SPD-SL Road Pedals. Trickle-down technology brings a pro-level, Shimano SPD road bike pedal to the everyday cyclist.
Shimano Dura-Ace PD-7900 Road Pedals. Hear that? It's the sound of Shimano's latest volley in the power pedal wars. The new, carbon-body Dura Ace PD-7900 road pedal is Shimano's take-no-prisoners assault on the popularity of Keo and iClic -- and it's gaining ground fast. With a 66mm-wide carbon composite platform delivering maximum stability, replaceable stainless steel wear plate, needle bearings for precision performance and steel axle for flex-free power transfer, the PD-7900 is taking the battle for pedal supremacy to the streets. For the first time, Shimano's legendary solid retention and precise, predictable release are available in a pedal that's nearly as light as the best that Look and Time bring to the front. That makes it a clear winner in our book.
Time RXS First Road Pedals. If you like the silky five degrees of float that Time's RXS road pedals offer, but aren't prepared to ante up the vast quantity of shekels the top-of-the-line models command, you'll appreciate what the RXS First pedal brings to the table. Trading carbon and titanium for composite and steel, the RXS First pedal has the same float, release angle and release adjustability as the most expensive RXS pedals. Of course, the RXS First weighs more, but you probably expected that, right?