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Shimano XTR PD-M9000 Race Pedal

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    At the top of the curve.

    For a sport that relishes in mud and sand, paying a premium for components seems counter-intuitive. Once in a while something comes along that is worth every grain of sand. The Shimano XTR M-9000 Race Pedals are just that something.

    Most noticeable is the weight. The M-9000 pedals are nearly 100 grams lighter than cheaper pedals, reducing extra weight you’ll be carrying on your frame. They are fabricated with lightweight, durable chromoly spindles and aluminum pedal bodies, ensuring fast, reliable cleat-to-pedal engagement, each and every time. And, while the bearings are still wide-set for stiffness, the axle-bearing interface has been revamped for increased smoothness and longevity.

    • Compatible with Shimano SM-SH51 (single release angle) cleats and SM-SH56 (multi-release angle) cleats
    • Hex adjustable entry and tension
    • Item #SHI003X

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] aluminum, [axel] chromoly steel
    Entry / Release
    adjustable
    Pedal Wrench Type
    [hex] 8 mm
    Claimed Weight
    310 g
    Recommended Use
    cross-country, trail, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    Great pedals

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Replaced my 90s Ritchey Logics with these because I was tired of how poorly they cleared mud and at this price it was worth checking them out.
    They couldn't have been a better investment. I raced on them all spring and performed flawlessly. I've only had one issue clipping in, and that was because I had a piece of wood jammed in my cleat. Wood.

    Lifetime

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you are looking for pedals that last a lifetime, then Shiamano SPD pedals are the one. They have a very low fail rate. When you buy a pair of Shimano SPD pedals you will easily get a couple years out of them. I highly recommend them.

    Shimano XTR PD-M9000 Race Pedal

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pedal standards come and go but SPD's defined the market. I'm on my ~4th pair of XTR's over the years and could not imagine any reason to go with other standards. I have never had a pair fail during the many 1000's of miles I have abused them, will definitely buy again.

    THE Pedal

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The pedal by which all others are judged. I jump between these and the XT model. Oddly enough, the entry and exit in the XTR actually does feel a little smoother. Also, the spindle section of this pedal is ovalized slightly to allow for better mud clearance, which is nice if you ride in nasty weather or race Cyclocross. Otherwise these are very very similar to the XT model. If you have a few extra dollars, I would say, Treat Yo Self.

    XTR, and worthy of the group

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I ride both SPD-S and two-bolt SPDs depending on the time of year. This summer I did a bunch of 'adventure' riding on trails and singletrack, and wanted to use shoes with tread (thus needing two-bolt SPD). I rode about a month on 105-level SPD pedals, which were okay.

    I upgraded to these because they were on sale and, wow, it's like a different cleat-system altogether. These things are easier to clip in/out, but less likely to release accidentally. The bearings are unreal, with noticeably lower friction than my 105s. They weigh less too, although I don't know if that makes any real difference.

    After about a month on these, I have to say that I love them. They compare very favorably with my three-bolt Dura Ace SPD-9000 pedals, and I'm having a hard time deciding which is better. In the end, the main reason I'm putting the SPD-9000s back on is that I need them for my cold weather and rain shoes.

    Highly recommended.

    Everything you would expect...and more

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Fit and finish is excellent quality. Release action is easy to adjust and smooth. Clipping in is very easy. $/gm makes them a very good value.

    Three Thumbs Up

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Ultimate power transfer matched with legendary dependability in an evolutionary racing pedal, the result of 20 years of SPD pedal design experience

    This XTR pedal is ideally suited for cross country racing due to its lightweight compact design

    Lightweight and high performance forged alloy body with hollow chrome-moly axle for stiffness and durability

    Low profile platform height of 8.1mm with large platform contact area of 226.9mm square for excellent support and stability

    Beautifully constructed with a strong and slender spindle, using an 8mm Allen wrench mounting system

    Teflon coated open binding system with slim oval axle body housing sheds mud efficiently and reduces stiction

    Sealed cartridge axle system for reliability and simplified low maintenance

    Easy entry system and tension adjustment provides plenty of support and holds the cleat firmly in place for those big sprints

    Three Thumbs Up

    Staple pedal.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been using these SPD pedals for 20 year or better. They are my go to MTB pedal. They clean out well and are very predictable when in mud or the dry. These are easily adjustable. Great reliability. My last pair lasted over 12 years - the reason I bought these pedals again!

    The Standard

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These pedals build confidence. You can ride the mud or the dry powder dust and they will keep engaging and releasing under the same pressure every time. Easily adjustable with a turn of an allen key. Predictable in all aspects of the ride. There is a reason these SPD has been around for nearly 25 years - they work!

    Light, yet secure

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been running XTR pedals now for almost 10 years. The design has changed slightly, but for the most part, SPD has been a timeless classic. I have used crank brothers egg beaters as well, the float is nice to have, but there is nothing like being able to have that secure feeling of being clipped in when you are letting gravity take you down the mountain.The cleats can endure a lot of use and the pedals themselves can take a beating too. The other nice feature, is that as your cleats get some use and start wearing out, you can just increase the tension to hold you in. When you have it maxed out on tension or they are sloppier than usual, you just buy a new pair of cleats. The price difference is pretty large compared to the weight savings over the XT, but if you are looking for the best, you can't go wrong with the XTR pedals.

    Light, yet secure

    Shimano is my go to brand Road, MTB, CX

      This is my second pair of Shimano XTR pedals, just installed on my CX bike. My first is installed on a MTB and works flawlessly,
      Typically I ride both on hard packed single track trails with moderate mud and grass. Getting in and out of these pedals is a breez, even if you don't get clipped in the first try just pedal and feel around a little and before you know it your in!
      Shimano is my go to brand for road mechanical and Di2, to XTR MTB and now Cyclocross.
      Pauli
      "Always push the big ring"