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Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100-E SPD SL Long Spindle Pedals

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The Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100-E SPD SL Long Spindle Pedals are the ultimate road pedal, now with a 4mm longer spindle over the stock Dura-Ace PD-R9100 pedals. Featuring the race-worthy blend of lightweight construction and stiff power transfer, this pedal is ideal for professionals and hobbyists alike. Constructed from a streamlined injection-molded carbon composite body, the R9100E pedals feature a wide platform with a stainless steel body plate to efficiently transfer every last watt that gets generated while preventing hot spots during those long rides and races.

The Dura-Ace pedals also feature a wide bearing placement to help disperse the load while still delivering silky smooth pedaling. With a low stack height, the foot is kept close to the spindle to help prevent clipping pedals in corners. The adjustable entry and release tension allows for a personalized ride.

Includes SM-SH11 floating cleats. 228g.

Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

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Reviewed 8/14/2018
by Frank
Competitive Racer
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do the job

The best shimano ever made.

I have tried both shimano and speedplay many years.this one is awsome.

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Reviewed 1/11/2018
by SF Rider
Cycling Enthusiast
SW Florida
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My best pedals by far

I have place these pedals on all my road bikes (3). I like them that much! They work well with by shoes (Nike, Pearl Izumi, Bontrager)

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Reviewed 3/29/2018
by iDave
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Angeles
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The Standard by Which All Other Pedals Are Measured

Dura-Ace pedals are lightweight, offer adjustable release tension, are easy to get into and out of and offer a range of float (depending on the chosen cleats).

There are other pedals lighter in weight, there are other pedals with different entry and release systems, there are other pedals with more float. None that I've tired so far, though, whether for road or mountain, put it all together as well as Shimano does. For me, an extra benefit I appreciated was being able to buy these pedals with the longer spindle, which better suits my relatively wide feet.

Dura-Ace pedals are top of the line and so are justifiably expensive. They are occasionally on sale, though, and prior years' versions can of course be had at a steep discount.

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