The cleat prices are about the same for both, but you'll go through Look cleats a lot faster unless you wear the rubber covers every time you get off the bike.estone2 said:The one with cheaper cleats. They're both really good. You can't lose.
See the review in the latest VeloNews. A great pedal, and when you consider how long they last, they are very reasonably priced. Mine have 95,000 miles on them.doublenickel said:Torn between look keo carbon and new dura ace?????
Ditto. These are the pedals I'm riding, and they are just as advertised.MisterMike said:I just got the Ultegra PD6620 (which is functionally the same as the DA) after many years of riding Look delta cleats. I've only ridden on them once but right away I think I'm really going to like them. Easy to get in and out of. Large cleat surface. And best of all, as android said, the yellow bumpers on the cleats. That makes them super, super, easy to walk in and most interestingly means that no part of the cleat that contacts the pedal is anything you walk on. You will wear the bumpers out over time but not notice any change in the pedal/cleat interface like you do with walked on look cleats. I've got to think this will result in slower body wear as well as less creaking. Got 'em for $65USD w/ free shipping from PBK last December. Seems like stealing to me.
Those are a step in the right direction but I think the SPD-SLs still have more "sacrificial pontoons"maximum7 said:Look has a new Keo cleat with rubber for ' 09. You can see them on their website under pedals. http://www.lookcycle.com/products/