Product ID: 333222338174

Shimano
SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release

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Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release

Shimano SPD cleats can easily be replaced which will keep your pedal performing optimally by eliminating unnecessary wear and tear.
  • Two-hole SPD cleat mount
questions about the

Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release

asked by: A Visitor
Will these work with crank brothers mallet 1 pedal?
answered by: t.young
No, you need Crank Bros cleats for that.
asked by: A Visitor
will these cleats with work A530 pedals?
answered by: mlewis
Yes, these will fit the A530 pedal
asked by: A Visitor
Will these work on a schwinn indoor cycling bike?
answered by: mwirth
As long as the bike is equipped with SPD pedals you will have no problems. This is very likely simply because 99% of all spinning bikes are outfitted with SPD pedals. Thanks!
asked by: A Visitor
Does the SH-56 SPD fit the M424 pedal?
answered by: mwirth
Yes they will.
asked by: A Visitor
do these work with the shimanoPD-R540L pedals?
answered by: bkearns
These cleats are used for Shimano mountain pedals. Shimano road pedals need a different cleat setup. Check out the SPD-SL cleats, product ID 333222337640.
asked by: A Visitor
How do these differ from the single direction release cleats?
answered by: smulder
Single release cleats can only be released by swinging your heal from centered to the outside of the pedal (probably also to the inside, but that's simply horrible to do). Multi-Release cleats can be released the same way but also by lifting up on the heal or up and to an outward angle. You can visit the Shimano.

Shimano says:
Single release mode
Release the cleats from the pedals by twisting your heels outward.

Multiple release mode
Release the cleats from the pedals by twisting your heels in any direction. Releasing by lifting your heel requires particular practice.
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Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release

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Reliable (3)
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Road (4)
Roadbike (1)
Rollers Indoors (1)
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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
Great easy clips now they are my favorite

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Easy Exit

Works For: Mountain Biking, Road

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
These are the first cleats I've had and it's a good thing. I come out when I wouldn't have been able to if only single/sideways release, and it's saved me from a fall more than once.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Grip, Reliable, Easy Exit

Works For: Mountain Biking

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
SO much easier to unclip!!! Bought another set for my wife! She was scared of clipless before this.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Easy Exit

Works For: Mountain Biking, Road

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
If you want to be able to get out of your pedals fast, these multi release cleats are the way to go. Set your springs just tight enough so they don't pull out when you lift straight up and you're all set.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Easy Exit

Works For: Mountain Biking

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
Ordered a pair for my shoes when I started indoor training on rollers in winter of 2010.
My original single-release Shimano cleats worked well, but were sometimes hard to release, and I wanted to have my feet free when I fell off the rollers. These worked well for that purpose.
I've taken to using these cleats on my everyday rides as well. I've never come out unexpectedly, but they release without effort when I need them too. I feel more confident that I won't get stuck in the cleat because of dirt or my own ineptitude during a panic stop.

Summed up: I prefer these to the traditional single release road cleats! Highly recommended.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Grip, Easy Exit

Works For: Roadbike, Road, Rollers Indoors

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
The Sh-56 cleat works wonders for most Shimano pedals and many others. The exit release from any pedal is much more natural and forgiving than the standard SH-51 cleat.
Why Shimano continues to make the SH-51 cleat standard issue with their pedals is just mind boggling for me. The SH-51 is more of a racing cleat to reduce accidental release for very aggressive riders. These riders are the minority and are more knowledgeable about the gear so would have the knowledge to get the right cleat. Recreational riders just suffer with the SH-51 cleats until someone informs them how superior the SH-56 cleats are.

Summed up: Unless you race or are multi jointed, the SH-56 cleats provide safer and easier release.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Reliable, Easy Exit

Works For: Road, Mountain Biking

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
These are the cleats to keep you from crashing. Pull up hard enough and you will come out. "M" on the bottom.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Easy Entry, Easy Exit

Works For: Mountain Biking

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Review of the Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release:
I have recommended these for over a decade to other mountain riders especially in technical because they are multirealease -- twist in , out or pop up. Because Shimano SPD pedals usually have tension adjustments it is possible to get them set so that they hold well but in emergency you can get out of them and not be tangled in the bike or be able to pop out and plant a foot.

Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.

Likes: Reliable, Grip, Easy Entry, Strength

Works For: Mountain Biking

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Shimano SH56 SPD without cleat nut Cleats Multi-Release

Cleat Bolt Pattern:  
2-Bolt
Float:  
0 Deg
Pedal Fit:  
Shimano SPD
 

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