Ridiculously easy to get into, but cleat wear and bearing reliability are big issues
Decent combo clipless and flat pedals, but flat side can be hard to juse, and is slippery when wet
Good single-sided SPD-style pedals that promise durability
Surprisingly refined Kéo clones, particularly suited to newbies, returnees and winter/training builds
The relatively low price of Xpresso 2s makes them a sensible place to start if you're a newcomer to road-specific click-in pedals.
Perfect intro into the world of clipless pedals. No serious cost, easy to set up and use
Classic pedal particularly suited to mountain biking and general riding, but faster cleat wear may deter some
Bags of float, lightweight and ease of setup makes the Speedplay's a top pedal system, particularly if you have dodgy knees
Great day-to-day pedal for all types of riding
Sturdy pedals with chunky appearance that belie a feather-light grip - ideal for first-time clip-less users
On the weighty side but a solid, reliable and effective road pedal that's easy to use and pleasing to the eye
An MTB classic ready for city, commuting and leisure rides.
Premium race pedals with good float, weight and feel but some upkeep issues
Good pedals offering comfort, efficiency and decent grip, but they're only worth the investment for regular and long-term flat pedal users.
A classic and one of the best value pedals out there if you want a no-nonsense double sided SPD pedal for any type of riding
Excellent pedals, the clip in is truly revolutionary the only thing that lets them down is alarmingly quick cleat wear
Decent budget pedals for mixed use, watch out for the cleat bolts though
Super-stable, reasonably lightweight and easy to use, and they'll last you years, but the price is high
Versatile pedals for newbies, cross, commuting and general riding, albeit a bit pricey for town hacks
Ultra-light, Look compatible high end pedals… we'd prefer another bearing though