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cburch15

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well after long thought i decided to purchase my first road bike i went to my LBS and they had a 2010 scott s40 that they could order me, so this past monday i went ahead and did it, but now my next question is should i start out with clipless pedals and shoes? or just get comfortable on the bike?
 

64Paramount

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Yep, just start out with the clipless pedals. Just practice unclipping a lot at first so it becomes second nature to you.

The sooner you start using them, the sooner you'll get used to them.

Enjoy your new bike!
 

vspa

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Shimano 105 or Ultegra pedals, with a floating SPD cleat,
for shoes go to the shop and try different ones, just buy the one that fit you better,
 

Phil85207

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I disagree. I would go with Speedplay Zero's for sure. They are much easter to use as they are a stomp and go type and you can clip in on both sides of the pedal. They have a much better float adjustment system too. Speedplay's customer service is great if you have any issues or questions.
 

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Originally Posted by cburch15 .

does anyone have a good pedal/shoe combo they can suggest that i took a peak at?

Speedplay Zeros, shimano Ultegra, both good systems. Speedplay have adjustable float, are 2 sided, more maintainable. shimano are a improved design from LOOK.