expired Shimano Shoes, Cleats and Clip-in Pedals- Urban Bike Now $89.95 Was $189.90 @ Salter Cycles Vic

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Found this in store also available online,
Looks like a good deal, I'm waiting to buy a bike and will get these together.

Shimano Shoes & Cleats - Shoes - Urban Bike
Now $89.95 $189.90
Gender: Unisex

Store: Salter Cycles
Location: 305 Queen St, Altona Meadows, VIC 3028, Australia
ID: 102654988

Key Features
Massive savings!!!!
Best deal in australia
Flat rate shipping australia wide

Description
Comfort on or off the bike for recreational cycling and weekend tours. Enjoy the Shimano Clickr shoe and pedal combo for less that half the RRP.

Features

Style: Clip In

Option colour black :

http://www.saltercycles.com.au/a/urban-bike-shoes/shimano/vi...

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    I have this set, paid about $125 on sale. They are fantastic. Comfortable shoes that you can walk around in and very easy to clip in and out of the pedals. Size 46 fit me perfectly when I usually take either a 45 or 46. Great deal!

  • +1 vote

    You're underselling it. Shoes, cleats and clip-in pedals.

  • +1 vote

    Beware with the Shimano shoes. Known to run a size small.

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    hehe love the "key features"!

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    They also seem to have good prices on other shoes, like the SH-CT45 for $50

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    I like the idea of those pedals as my current clip in pedals arent that comfortable when wearing thongs.

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      You can use them while wearing thongs but be aware that the clip sticks out from the pedal so it's not completely flat. Fine for short trips but would get a bit uncomfortable after a few K's. Shimano also make a pedal that is clip in on one side and flat on the other

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      Ditch the thongs. Get plates inserted and wear your cleats on you feet.

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        I wear thongs or runners when going down the street or to the club for some beers. I have a couple of pairs of cycling shoes with cleats but can't be bothered wearing them if just going to the shops etc.

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    Thanks for the find. I bit the bullet after 38-odd years' of cycling and bought some clip ins!

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      I was so tempted in the shop, just waiting to buy a good road bike, Thought will get it together with the bike.

      This shop has only Giant Bikes. Good service

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    These are great - I've had a pair for about 2 years now. Perfect match for a flat-bar commuter. Super easy to click in and out of and so much more comfortable to walk in compared to stiff cleat shoes. Great bargain.

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    I got mine today, fixed on the bike, perfect. the shoe fits well and the clips work fantastic. Thanks OP.

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    Help guys. I bought these and these are my first ever clipless shoes. I have no idea how to install the cleats on them. I've seen videos on youtube and they are all for SPD types whereas this is a little different.

    Should I be removing the rubber thing at the bottom of the shoe??

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      yes, pull out the inside shoe liner, unscrew the plate at the bottom of the shoe and replace it with the cleat.

      Fit the cleat firm but not over tight at first and when you have them both straight, tighten fully, cover the inside of the shoe with the sticker provided and replace the shoe liner.

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        replace 'it' with the cleat. I'm assuming 'it' is the rubber thing and not the plate right??

        The rubber thing is not part of the shoe and does not go back onto the shoe - right?

        And the pedals - 'L' goes to non-drive side and 'R' goes to drive side? or have I mixed them up?

        Thanks in advance!

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          yeah, sorry, I didn't describe that well. The rubber thing is replaced with the cleat.

          This vid shows how it's done https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLSxmaQeEIM

          L is for the pedal on the left hand side of the bike. The pedals have threads which screw towards the rear of the bike, you can only put L on the left and R on the right side as you look down from the riding position

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          @rogdog: Huge thanks. I did put them on the bike already according to L and R but they just didn't 'look' right. Sorry this is indeed my first time dabbling in clipless pedals/shoes.

          I got them on according to the video. going to test them out now. thanks mate!

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          @lawyerz: I suggest setting the spring as loose as you can. Everybody with new cleats has a fall when they go to put there foot down and it's stuck to the pedal. The looser you set the spring, the easier to yank your shoe out when you start to fall.

          Good luck, and enjoy the extra power of clipped in riding!

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          @rogdog: You sir are a hero. I've tested it briefly and it does seem fairly easy to unclip… while stationery that is haha… only tomorrow will tell :) Thank you again!

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