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Fly Pedals Universal Clipless Platform Adapters

By: on March 22, 2015
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You've been them or you've seen them: cyclists waddling like penguins around the Starbucks in hard plastic shoes with bulbous cleats sticking out after a ride. Looks ridiculous. Probably doesn't feel that great either. Certainly not as comfy as my giant robot slippers with sound effects, anyway. But they don't have much of a choice since true cycling bikes are typically fitted only with clipless pedals that have no platform or cage for riding with non-cycling shoes.

In an effort to cater to serious cyclists who also have a serious need to bike to brunch or happy hour on the days their not riding centuries, Fly Pedals has developed a simple, lightweight set of clipless pedal platform adapters. Fly Pedals attach to any of the major clipless bicycle pedals in use today to create a square of surface with spiked traction for casual rides in street shoes. No need to buy a second or third bike for sunset joyrides or quick commutes to the market.

Fly Pedal platforms and their attached cleats (cleats sold separately, choose those that fit with your bike) clip as easily into and out of a bike's existing pedals as bike shoes and work with all Shimano SPD and SPD-SL, LOOK Keo, Keo2Max, S-Track and Delta, Crank Brothers Egg Beaters and Candy, Time ATAC, Clic and RXS, Infinity Pedals, SpeedPlay and SpeedPlay Frog pedal systems.

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