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Shimano expands Click’R shoe and pedal line

Published October 8, 2013

IRVINE, CA (BRAIN) — Shimano has added new shoes and pedals options to its Click'R product line, which is aimed at beginner cyclists and commuters. The Click'R line was introduced last year and features a revised SPD clipless technology with a lighter spring, an elevated catch to engage the cleat more easily and a reduced clip-out angle.


The new pedals introduced this year are the $79 PD-T420 and the PD-MT50, also $79.

The PD-T420 is dual-sided, with the Click’R SPD binding on one side and a flat pedal on the other.

The PD-MT50 is a recreational mountain bike style that features a wider integrated cage for mud shedding with traction spikes.

A new shoes in the line is the $130 SH-UT70, for recreational cyclists and commuters featuring traditional lacing with an additional top strap to tuck laces. Existing shoes in the Click'R line will be available in new brighter colors. 

Shimano Click'R T420 pedals

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