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Shimano XTR PD-M9020 Trail Pedals

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    Wiser and lighter.

    Shimano’s SPD (Shimano Pedaling Dynamics) pedal system has been a favorite among commuters, recreational roadies, and XC chargers for nearly a quarter-century. With the XTR-PD M9020 Trail Pedal, Shimano has managed shave weight from this vetted design without sacrificing performance.

    The M9020 features a large contact plate around the outside of the pedal that dramatically increases the size of your pedaling platform. In fact, this platform is the only difference separating the XTR M9020 from the top-of-the-line “race” classified XTR M9000. While the platform adds a bit of weight, it’s worth it in our minds considering the provided stability and the added convenience of occasionally wearing shoes without cleats. Besides, the M9020 is still lighter than most pedals in Shimano’s mountain range.

    • The XTR-PD M9020 trimmed down to 376 grams
    • Dual-sided
    • Large contact plate
    • Compatible with SH51 cleats (provided), SM-SH56 cleats, and the SM-PD60 reflector
    • Item #SHI003Y

    Tech Specs

    [axle] chromoly steel, [body] aluminum
    SM-SH51 (SPD)
    Claimed Weight
    379 g / pair
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    XTR for the shredder in you

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    In an environment where value and durability seem to win, I choose to go with premium reliability and proven functionality. There is nothing else I would put under my most important point of contact than these pedals. These are the most reliable pedals you'll ever buy.

    The gold standard

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've always used Shimano SPD pedals on my road bike. So when it came to getting into mountain biking I didn't waste anytime going straight to the gold standard. Competitive Cyclist had a great discount on the XTR pedals so I went with those over the XT. So far they have been very friendly and easy to use, I didn't adjust the tension right out of the box and happy with how they perform. No complaints!

    Solid Product

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    These work great. The extra guard is perfect for protecting against rock and gunk. No problems getting in and out of the clip.

    Amazing pedals

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's been awhile since I've been clipped into a mountain bike but I figured it was time to give it a go. I've ridden flats for the last 4 years and have nothing bad to say about them but after riding these XTRs I am pissed I held off on clipping in for so long.
    I was a bit nervous since I drop a leg once in awhile during downhill runs but "the experts" say clipping will improve your control and enhance your connection to the bike. I have to say I agree on all fronts.
    What I love most about these pedals is the fact that I can clip in and out super fast. It was the biggest concern I had when getting started. I tried two other sets before settling on the SPD pedals and my decision came down to the fact that it is by far the smoothest and fastest clip available.
    Happy to say I haven't had an accident yet and my confidence has soared after riding the XTRs a few months now.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are the best clipless pedals you can buy. Light, smooth and easy action on the cleats. Race XTR are lighter, but when you stomp down on Trail XTR your cleats go straight in and the extra material inspires you to pour on the power!

    Awesome Pedals

      I've got both options of XTR pedals (race and trail). The XTR quality is what you would expect for both models and the weight difference really isn't all that much. I think I prefer the trail version because of the larger platform for pedaling and greater protection of the clip in area of the pedal.

      Just one ride!!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I have ridden with many other "clipped in" pedals for MTB, and had almost gone to just using shoes that don't clip at all. I cannot get over how easy it is to clip in and out. My ride today was over the top, can't wait to ride again tomorrow!

      Awesome pedal

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Pair number 2! because they are that great. before that I came from the crankbrothers mallet pedal, another popular all mountain/ enduro pedal. I liked the mallets a lot and rode with them for years but the engagement on the shimano pedals feels much stronger, there is less float and they do not need to be rebuilt as often as the crankbrothers. I definitely made the right choice. i bash them on all kinda of hard surfaces. rocks, curbs, etc, and they keep on kicking. or spinning. or whatever.

      Hell of a pedal

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Bombproof, great platform, and crisp clip-in feel. I've ridden Time, Crankbrothers and a slew of other brands but it's pretty hard to beat the Shimano reliability.

      So far so good

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I just replaced my Crank Bros Mallet Enduro pedals with these and so far I'm stoked! These are super easy to clip into and get out of. The adjustable tension allows you to fine tune your cleat retention. The Crank Bros provide more float, which (for some riders) is a great feature but so far I'm liking the SPD better.

      I wouldn't hesitate to recommend these to anybody looking for an easy to use, durable trail pedal.

      Hi everyone. Im new to clipless pedals. I bought a pair of Shimano SPD A600 for my road bike. Havent installed them yet. Just bought them last week but I keep hearing how especially for new unexperienced clipless newbies having a 2 sided pedal is much better so now Im looking at the XTR-M9020. Eventhough its for a road bike I bought Sidi MTB shoes meant for SPD clipless pedals so that I could walk around in them. Thanks

      I've owned both versions. Having two sides for clipping into is definitely easier as it lessens the amount you'll need to spin the pedal to click into it. The look and quality on the XTR trail is also far above the A600 in my mind. And the platform is big enough that you can still get away with the occasional ride in regular shoes.

      I've been hesitant to upgrade to the 9020 XTR trail pedals due to early reports of the pedals catastrophically failing after less than 1 year of use. Have these pedals been improved? Are they warranted against failure for any period of time? Thanks!

      Hey Tomas - These pedals are covered by a 1-year warranty from Shimano and in my experience they are solid. Some people have had issues but seems to be pretty rare. Feel free to shoot me any additional questions directly.

      Does anyone have experience using these when not clipped in? It almost looks as though one side is flat for free riding, but I cannot tell for the posted picture. Thanks!

      Hey DSN,

      I have the XT version of these pedals and riding with flat shoes can be a little tricky. Both sides are clipless, there is no flat side to facilitate flat shoes.