anwered by: bkearns Yep, cleats are definitely included with these pedals!
In fact, it's nearly always a safe assumption that pedals come with cleats. The companies want you to be able to strap up your shoes and get out riding ASAP.
anwered by: canteau Yes they are included
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Don't buy these if you have to spend any time out of the saddle on a rocky terrain. Plastic cage develops very sharp jagged edges when it hits rocks, and if you have to push your bike, you're inevitably having both your calves and shins scratched sooner rather than later. Will go for the metal cage next time.
Bought these for riding clipped in on my downhill bike. Love them, much thicker and sturdier than my trail clipess pedals I was using. Hit a few rocks and didnt skip a beat. Never clipped out when I didnt want to but clipped in when I wanted to. Easy to find pedal with platform esp on technical areas and jumps.
Highly recommend for DH bikes since its thick and burly. Not for the weight weenies. Would purchase again when my set ever breaks. Price is great and how it SHOULD be. Pedals costing $100-200 is insane. $60 is perfect.
Summed up: Had second thoughts? Don't. BUY BUY BUY
Yes, I would recomend this to a friend.
Likes: Strength, Reliable, Easy Entry, Large Platform
Works for: Mountain Biking, Mountain, Downhill
October 24, 2010
reviewed by: Sloberdog
This is my first set of clipless pedals. These are great! Easy to get in and out, did take a couple "forgot how to get out of them" falls while climbing long technical hills, but the more and more I ride with them, the better I'm getting to understand to unlock. I still have them on the easiest setting. I really like these pedals because they have a large platform that makes it possible to jump on to cruise around the neighborhood. I would definitely recommend them. My girlfriend, who is more experienced, tried them, and quickly got her own set. She also thinks they are great.