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19 Mar 2015 21:06

are nashbar cleats compatible w shimano pedals? I have 6 degree shimano now and they are getting trashed with all the walking I have to do..Mexico does not do ramps or smooth transitions to anything. I see were the nashbar model costs @8 bucks and shimano is @30...just wonderin
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19 Mar 2015 22:00

Link? But from what I can find, no they aren't. Man up? Or go spd.
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19 Mar 2015 23:18

your probably right but I have already had to buy lots-o-stuff and I am looking to save 50 or 100 wherever I can.
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22 Mar 2015 17:24

edit....wrong thread
Last edited by Captain Serious on 04 May 2015 03:00, edited 1 time in total.
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22 Mar 2015 23:27

Captain Serious wrote:I don't like it. Ugly, tiny font and bit drab, but I guess I'll get used to it. Too grey. Did the old one have any grey? Mauve? One reason I don't read Slow Twitch is coz of the drabness
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I assume you are talking about the design of Forum pages. If so I agree 100%.
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23 Mar 2015 03:07

avanti wrote:
Captain Serious wrote:I don't like it. Ugly, tiny font and bit drab, but I guess I'll get used to it. Too grey. Did the old one have any grey? Mauve? One reason I don't read Slow Twitch is coz of the drabness
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I assume you are talking about the design of Forum pages. If so I agree 100%.
By the way your comment should be posted in the website feedback forum.

Ah, ****! Wrong thread :p
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03 May 2015 22:20

Sorry for taking so long to respond to the original question. The answer is probably not. The shapes are different, on the pedals and the cleats.

I've dealt with customers who've tried to use SPD cleats with Nashbar pedals. They clipped in, reporting that it wasn't as smooth as with the original cleats. They unclipped by removing the shoe, removing the pedal, and bringing the shoe and pedal to us for separation. I can't remember whether we removed the cleat from the shoe or partially dismantled the pedal.

If you look at the reviews for the cleat, some say they work with SPD and some say they don't. I'm guessing that the guys who say it works have ridden with bad cleats for so long they forgot what good feels like.
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