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Shimano PD-EH500 Dual Sided Pedals
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Shimano PD-EH500 Dual Sided Pedals

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Mfg PartNum: EPDEH500
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Description

A double-feature.

The PD-EH500 is designed to offer versatile, secure pedaling on your next two-wheeled adventure. A true explorer, the EH500 is a dual-sided pedal with a traditional platform on one side, and an SPD step-in design on the other. With a light action, the SPD mechanism makes frequent stepping in and out easier than the usual pedal. While the flat side offers better grip for stable pedaling, even in wet conditions.


Features:

  • Versatile dual-sided pedal.
  • One side light-action SPD, the other side flat.
  • Optimized for urban riding, convenient enough for road touring.
  • Includes Shimano SM-SH56 cleats.
  • Claimed weight: 383g.

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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

Specifications

 

Weight: 383 grams

 

Mfg PartNum: EPDEH500 

 

Cleat Type: 2-bolt 

PD-EH500 SPD Pedals

Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 

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Rock Solid for Daily Commuting
by pierre b
boston MA

Switched to SPDs on both summer and winter bikes using cleated shimano mtb shoes and winter boots. Love them. Shave 10-15% off my daily commute with these new pedals, pedaling is so efficient and smooth. Adjustable, easy to get in and out, tight or slightly less, they work super well and easy to install. The flat shoe side is way large enough for ordinary shoes when needed. Just factor about an added 1/2� in height when using cleats, by adjusting your seat height.

Reviewed 4/8/2024
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Really nice pedals-suggest mod to upgrade
by Anonymous

I bought these for my all rounder bike. Coming from the traditional toe strap pedals, these are safer and more efficient. Clipping in is really easy, so much in fact you can sometimes find yourself clipped and not really feel the difference underfoot until you pull up and notice you are engaged. As a habit now, I always pull up on the first stroke just to check which side of the pedal I�m on. This leads me to my hack for this pedal. Change out the pedal pins to longer ones (Shimano, it would be an ace if you could include this with the pedals!). I immediately helps you distinguish the clip side from the non clip side. I will also improve the grip on non clip shoes. Overall, nice build quality, function and appearance!

Reviewed 12/1/2023
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To clip or not to clip
by jmhogi
Cycling Enthusiast
Coarsegold, Ca.
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Installed these pedals on my wife's Specialized Creo EVO. We do a lot of riding on fire roads in the mountain area, and she is uneasy being clipped in in certain circumstances. Before I would have to change the pedals to match the type of ride we were doing. But now these pedals have solved that problem. She can clip in when she wants or use the platform side when needed. Easy to clip in and out of. I am even looking to get a pair for my gravel bike. Very happy with this purchase.

Reviewed 11/11/2023
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Best of both
by Bike rider
pdx

If you need a casual shoe compatible pedal that also features SPD when you need it, look no further. This pedal would pair perfectly to any bike you use causally and occasionally like to push.

Reviewed 4/13/2024
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Good pedal option for dual-purpose bike
by Overlander
Cycling Enthusiast
Boulder, CO
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I put these Shimano pedals on my commuting bike, a Kona Jake with fenders, to replace similar pedals made by Crank Bros. because I decided to shift to SPD cleats. My Crank Bros. pedals and cleats were getting harder to quickly clip in, and it turns out that the SPD pedals and cleats clip in better for me. These two-sided pedals have a better grip on the platform side, too, with the small screw-ins compared to less grippy bumps on the Crank Bros. two-sided pedals. I'm pleased with the change and pleased with the Shimano pedals.

Reviewed 3/30/2023
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Double sided pedals are a compromise
by pdxtabs
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver, WA
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Double sided pedals are a compromise. The advantage is that you get platforms and clip-less in one pedal. The disadvantage is that you can find yourself on the wrong side. If you need this compromise, as I do on one of my bicycles, these are great pedals.

Reviewed 11/9/2023
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This pedal grips
by Anonymous
Central coast California

I love this pedal for my road bike. I dont want to put bike shoes on for a short ride, so these work for both. Some dual pedals allow your foot to slip off, these do not. Highly recommended if you are looking for a dual purpose.

Reviewed 11/3/2023
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Shimano quality pedals with both flats & SPDs
by Dog''s Boy
Cycling Enthusiast
Sunny Southern OR Coast
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I replaced a no-name pedal that was of a similar function (SPD/Flat) on my mountain bike yesterday. The other one was more difficult to clip in, and I was hoping for the vaunted Shimano quality.

While I haven't used it extensively yet, I can say that it is MUCH easier to clip into these pedals as they stay in a position and don't rotate freely, allowing the clips to stay up while I prepare to engage. And it is very smooth to disengage from the clips -- very important on a mountain bike.

The downsides thus far? First, you have to manually install the 16 small pins onto the pedal; they do not come installed. Be sure to put the side with the small (hex wrench) hole facing out so you can tighten them. (MY GF is mechanically challenged yet never reads directions, and installed them all on her pedals with the points facing out via pliers. She's already lost 3 pins, and I was able to remove one with just my fingers. The wrench hole faces out!)

Second, the flat platform is much smaller than other such pedals on the market, including the one removed. That may limit the traction you get on this pedal, or the type of footwear that is suitable. I prefer SPDs, so the flats are mainly used where there is significant danger of tipping down a slope.

These pedals can be installed with a 6mm hex wrench or a standard cone wrench.

Reviewed 10/13/2022
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An excellent pedal for those who want pedaling options for different kinds of rides without the need for specialized shoes.
by Mike
Cycling Enthusiast
Bellingham, Wa

I have three bicycles. One is a full suspension mountain bike, one is a gravel bike and one is a road bike. The mountain bike has flat pedals and other two have dual sided pedals. The dual sided pedals work well because, on any given day, I could be commuting, hiking, camping, club riding, etc. and I don't have to have or want special shoes for each type of ride. The pedals are well made. Plain shoes (street, tennis, hikers, sandals etc.,) do not slip off the flat side of the pedal and SPD equipped shoes easily clip in and out. I highly recommend them for their versatility and quality.

Reviewed 10/13/2022
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Just Right
by Dan C
Cycling Enthusiast
Cincinnati, Ohio
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I like the duel sided pedals for my adventure bike. These Shimanos were out of stock for some time so I tried one of the cheap Amazon brands. They went round and round but I could never get the clip in easily and they developed a squeak. Finally had enough and ordered these. Ahhh! Perfect mindless clip in, perfect dimensions, smooth and quality stuff. The flat side is good too. Shimano is the big dog for a reason. Great peddles.

Reviewed 7/6/2023
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Good for beginner clipless rider
by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I have just started riding clipless and these pedals and the cleats provided with them have been a good introduction. The spring tension on the pedals is adjustable and you can start with a low tension that makes it easier to clip out at first and slowly increase the tension as you become more experienced till you find a tension suitable to you. The SH56 cleats that come with the pedals allow for easier clipping out and have saved me on several occasion were I came to a stop and forgot to clip out ahead of time.

Reviewed 10/17/2021
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Rock solid performance and versatility on the fly
by Submarine Veteran in AZ
Cycling Enthusiast
Surprise, AZ
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Installed a set of these on 3 bikes after shifting over from Crank Brothers so I could match my Garmin Power pedals. I love how these give me an option to 'unclip and flip' prior to some boulder drops where the roll out area is sparse or non-existent. As a 30-year clipless pedal user I was surprised how easy I became comfortable with these pedals. When I start off, if the shoe doesn't clip, I just lift my foot at the bottom and clip when when it gets to the top. It is automatic for me now, no thought or remembering required.

Adjustability is easy, and I like a nice 'grip' on my cleats, so the adjustments allow me to easily switch the medium out-of-the-box to a hang-on-for-dear-life grip.

Reviewed 10/7/2021
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Nice Pedals for casual and serious riding
by JoeS
Cycling Enthusiast
So. Florida
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I had two bikes until a month ago. I decided to sell my more casual ride. I want a cleat for my serious rides, but also wanted to be able to ride with just a sneaker for rides with my wife. This pedal looked to be the answer. It indeed is. It's got enough grip to hold the cleat for an energetic ride, but the other side is perfect for riding in my sneakers. If you are looking for a dual-purpose pedal, look no further, this one is what you want.

Reviewed 8/19/2021
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Excellent and intuitively designed
by Egbert
Texas
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I am very new to cleats.

The bicycle I purchased came with Look pedal. So I initially purchased a Look cleat. However, I have friends who mentioned how they had fallen at traffic stops as they couldn't disengage in time.

I was truthfully a bit stressed and terrified but at the same time so eager to pass this stage in wearing clipless shoes. So I returned the Look cleats. Decided to change pedals. Opted for this one thinking i I might use the regular side and when I am comfortable will start using the cleat side of the pedal.

Well, I didn't realize that the pedal came with Shimano "multiple" range shoe cleats. I strained them to my bike shoes and nervously took it for a ride.

I was so thrilled to see how intuitively this is designed. It unlocks with twist out or twist in off your feet. Even more, if you have the cleats locked to the pedal and lose your balance while stopped and as a as reflex swing or move your legs in an attempt to land, the cleats intelligently disengage. This has happened to me at least 3 times and has saved me from falling and also avoiding embarrassment. I have now done close to 200 miles and never had to use the regular side of the pedal and always used the Cleats. I had no issues at all. I highly recommend this especially to those who are wanting to move the step towards clipless shoes and cleats but did not have the courage to do so

Reviewed 5/17/2021
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Works great with some caveats
by Anonymous
Augusta, GA
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Bought it for a trail work bike when I wear boots and sometimes my mtb shoes. Keeps me from having to change from flats to SPD. It's not as stable as bigger flats built specifically for that purpose, and the SPD side needed more tightening to keep the clear in place than my XT SPD pedals. So some compromises both ways, but if you have the need for an either/or option and you're not hitting gnarly terrain it should suit your needs. The quality seems spot on.

Reviewed 2/4/2021
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Light action that is a little too light
by MeatBall
Daily Commuter
Seattle, WA
9 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

I like the pedals don't get me wrong. I ride on the flat side in boots with no fear of slipping when its cold and nasty, but the clip in side is just too light. It is light enough that I worry about slipping when I stand up to mash it. Looking at the springs it is clear that it is a bigger gauge (smaller size) spring. PD-M540 springs goes around the axial 4 times when PS-EH500 springs goes around 5 times. So I swapped the springs and boom, best of both worlds.

Reviewed 12/26/2020
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Best of both worlds with Shimano Dual Sided Pedals
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Redding, CAa

I use the Shimano PD-EH500 Pedals on my urban bike. They're perfect if I'm kicking around in casual apparel and shoes. If I have to do a quick run down the street to a neighbor or the mail box, the wide platform works great with tennis shoes etc.. For the longer rides I wear my SPD cleated shoes that have a more rigid insole. Very easy to clip in and release. Like all Shimano products, the product is quality and performs well.

Reviewed 12/19/2022
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Excellent dual purpose pedal for both SPD and platform!
by My2cents
Cycling Enthusiast
Ocala, Florida
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

When I looked into choices of dual purpose pedals, the PD-EH500 pedals looked like they would work perfectly for me and I couldn't be any happier with my choice. Extremely easy SPD to lock and release when wearing my cleats and perfect size platforms with excellent grip for my everyday shoes. Unlike others I've owned in the past, these pedals are much easier to orientate between SPD and flat. The perfect commuting Ebike pedal for road and trail!

Reviewed 10/10/2020
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Nice pedal, but difficult to flip when starting off.
by BobH
Daily Commuter
NJ
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

It's a nice and versatile pedal but can be a challenge to flip to the right side needed when starting off to ride.

Reviewed 7/27/2023
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Work great easy in and out
by Anonymous
0 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

When I get a hot spot can switch to the flats and alleviate the extra pressure on the ball of my foot!

Reviewed 7/17/2023
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