Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD SL Road Pedals (Black) (Standard) (w/ Cleats)

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Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD SL Road Pedals (Black) (Standard)
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Price: $280.00

Product Specifications:

  • Standard
  • 4mm Longer Axle

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One of the lightest and most efficient pedals on the planet, just got lighter and more efficient. The Shimano PD-9100 is 14 grams lighter than its PD-9000 predecessor. To get to the 234-gram weight Shimano looked at every detail from the injection–molded carbon-composite body to the hollow cleat bolts. The PD-9100 is the perfect balance of strength-to-weight rigidity and efficiency. It's the ultimate expression of the SPD-SL platform.


  • Wide Bearing Placement: Bearing placement at both ends of the platform offers symmetrical load dispersion. Silky-smooth rotation with stable load distribution delivers superior pedaling performance
  • Low-Profile Design: Maximum performance is achieved with close-to-the axle pedal/cleat interface
  • Hollow Cleat Bolts: No detail is overlooked hollow cleat bolts offer lighter weight, superior performance and long-life
  • Customizable Ride Settings: Adjustable tension settings allow the cleat tension to be tuned to the individual rider’s preference
  • Choose from standard axle or 4mm longer version

Included Cleats:
SM-SH12 (Blue, 2º Float)
Stack Height: 14.6mm
Pedal Center: 52mm
Road Clearance: 35º
Body Material: Carbon
Axle Material: Nickel Chromoly Steel
Color: Black
Weight: 228g (Pair)

This product was added to our catalog on December 27, 2016

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Wednesday, Oct 20 2021 (6 weeks ago)
Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 SPD SL Road Pedals (Black) (Standard)
Pedals do have a tight initial release but super easy click settings to match each side. Spin well but the click in is a bit different from Time pedals which I had used for a while. Getting used to them is easy.