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My son bought a bicycle with these clipless pedals and is hoping to find the appropriate cleats. What pedal model are they?enter image description here

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    You might do better to simply buy new pedals, which will come with one pair of cleats.
    – Criggie
    Oct 24 at 4:09
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Nice bike!

They are single-sided SPD pedals, made by Ritchey, compatible with the common 2-bolt mountain SPD cleat. Note that there are two different, much larger road SPD cleats (SPD-SL ), that are not compatible with these.

https://products.roadbikereview.com/product/drivetrain/pedals/ritchey/logic-pro-28052.html

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(note the numbers refer to the image dimensions -- both cleats are the same size)

They are older road/touring pedals that use the shimano SPD standard.

Shimano, LOOK and other SPD 2-bolt standard cleats will fit

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    I've never heard about 2-bolt SPD compatible Look cleats
    – ojs
    Oct 24 at 9:50
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    I guess those numbers aren't the dimensions - 1200✕1200 mm would be a very big pedal! Oct 24 at 13:46
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    @ojs new for 2019
    – JoeK
    Oct 24 at 14:41
  • @toby lol just a convenient screenshot with model numbers and image res!
    – JoeK
    Oct 24 at 14:43
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The early clipless Shimano pedals were licensed copies of Look Delta. When they brought out the SPD type for MTB it was followed shortly by tiny Ultegra and Dura-Ace models with MTB cleats. They disappeared quickly from the market. Mainly because the range of available road shoes for two-bolt cleats was limited and the tiny contact surface put too much pressure on the soles.

Your pedals are compatible with SPD mountain cleats. Buy the ones with uni-directional release to avoid unexpected untimely release.

A word of caution: Be aware that when used with thicker soled MTB shoes, the pedals will sit deeper in the soles which in turn could hinder a smooth and safe release. Shims under the cleats could be required. In any case, check for easy and safe release before entering traffic.

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    These should release as cleanly if not more so than current MTB SPDs (slightly more to interfere than M520, much less than M324/M424). If they don't, rather than shimming, which defeats the purpose of choosing SPDs over road cleats, trim away the interfering material. But absolutely test somewhere safer - they could be far stiffer than you're expecting if they've not been used in a while,
    – Chris H
    Oct 25 at 9:32
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    @ChrisH: it lives on today as PD-A600 ULTEGRA SPD ROAD TOURING PEDALS
    – Carel
    Oct 26 at 12:07
  • My mental block on Ultegra and other expensive lines clearly stopped me from seeing the newer equivalents (but actually I prefer the way M520s are always the right way up)
    – Chris H
    Oct 26 at 15:40

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