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Has someone seen or even ridden this pedal in real life or does it exist only in catalogues:

It is the Ritchey Pro Peloton Pedal. I would like to see some pics of it's cleats.

These are the cleats of the Ritchey - V4 Pro Micro Road Pedal:

I guess the curved surface matches with the pedal body. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Is there a stable hold with road shoes on this Pedal or is it somewhat wobbly?
 

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V4 Micro Road Pedal

I have the V4 Micro Road pedals. The cleat has to have the curved face to engage in the V4 road or MTB pedals, but can also be used in their older SPD style pedals.
I like them because they click in and out very easily, but they are so light overall that they don't often assume the 'tail down' position that typical road pedals do. My pedals are getting smoother in this regard as they wear in, but have a way to go.
 
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