If you’re looking for your next pair of clipless pedals, there are a lot of brands and models to choose from. We’ve gathered up every single clipless pedal model we could find and listed them in one place so you can see them all. Which pedals do you use, and why? Did we miss any clipless pedal brands or individual models?
Shimano Clipless Pedals
Designed for extreme and BMX riding, the peal is part of M640 series. The design is recommended for fast entry.
The pedal is made to tackle technical descents. It stands out with its wide contact area.
Coupled with an 11-speed drivetrain, the pedals are recommended for increased rigidity. They are also used for smoother mudflow.
As a descendant of the Dura Ace groupset, the pedals are made for road touring. They feature the SPD walkable cleat design.
The pedal is the lightest SPD option at Ulegra level. It is used on road and flat handlebar bikes.
With a weight of just 383g, the pedal is recommended for its dual efficient SPD and concave platform.
At 315g, the road pedal comes with open binding. This is recommended for better mud shedding.
With a narrower release angle, the pedal is made for BMX racing. It is primarily made for pedaling stability.
Made for performance touring, the pedal is based on the SPD practicality. It also features two-sided versatility.
Designed with an integrated cage, the pedal’s binding mechanism is better protected when not clipped in.
Part of the XC series, the pedal is made for maximum power. A 1mm cleat spacer is included.
The affordable design is made for entry-level SPD cyclists. They are part of the trekking Shimano releases.
Made for trail and BMX use, the pedal is made with a pop-up tilting binding mechanism. It is recommended for easy entry.
The Click`R design is made with a dual platform. Easy entry is based on the pop-up cage design.
Made with a practical design, the pedal has a flat side and an SPD side. The design is recommended for CT and MT shoes.
Made for road and flat bar bikes, the pedal comes with a dual side design. It is characterized by minimalistic road design.
Designed with 4 height adjustable pins, the pedals come with a 1mm cleat spacer. Their profile is orientated towards downhill.
This all-mountain choice is recommended for its SPD reliability. The pedal is designed with an oversized platform.
With XV cross-country reliability, the pedal is characterized by its chrome molly spindle and its open binding easy entry.
This carbon-reinforced design is recommended for road cycling. It comes with lower weight at just 265g.
The design is characterized by an injection-molded carbon-composite body. It is used in road, trail and competitive cycling.
With road and triathlon versatility, the pedal has a carbon body. A 4mm axle has been used by Shimano in its design.
Available in gray and black, the pedal features a wide spring adjustment range. It is based on a composite body with a total weight of 310g.
With a wide platform and custom entry and release tension settings, the 2013 pedal is recommended for road cycling.
LOOK Clipless Pedals
Look X-TRACK EN-RAGE PLUS TI
Made for trail and enduro, the pedal is recommended for its larger contact surface. It is also SPD-compatible.
Look X-TRACK EN-RAGE PLUS
With adjustable screw tension, the pedal is made from forged aluminum. At 67 platform width, it is used on trail bikes.
Look X-TRACK EN-RAGE
The enduro pedal is aluminum-made. It has a platform width of 63mm and it comes at a weight of 210g.
Look X-TRACK RACE CARBON TI
With adjustable tension and better mud shedding, the carbon pedal is recommended for its 150g weight.
Look X-TRACK RACE CARBON
The carbon-made XC pedal is recommended for both competition and leisure cycling.
Look X-TRACK RACE
With lateral support and SPD compatibility, the pedals are made with a narrow 60mm width. They are covered by a 2-year warranty.
The aluminum pedal is made with adjustable tension control. The entry can be adjusted as needed.
Look KÉO BLADE CARBON TDF
Made from carbon, the pedal comes with two sets of blades. The carbon blade offers optimized contact efficiency.
Look KÉO BLADE CARBON TI
The pedal has the best carbon blade to weight ratio in its class. With a titanium spindle, it comes at a weight of just 95g.
Look KÉO BLADE CARBON
The carbon blade pedal is made with a Chromoly Steel + spindle and it comes at a weight of 110g.
Look KÉO BLADE
The pedal uses a blade instead of a traditional spindle. This leads to easier entry and easier release.
Look KEO 2 MAX CARBON
Made from carbon, the pedal now has an improved design. It is 3mm wider than its previous version.
Look KÉO 2 MAX
The pedal is now wider. It also has a new spindle system. It is based on a Chromoly Plus steel axle.
Look KÉO SPRINT
Made with a dual-injected body, the pedal is recommended for recreational cycling.
Look KÉO CLASSIC 3
With a composite body, the pedal is designed using an oversized steel axle with small bearings. This improves their resistance.
BBB Cycling Clipless Pedals
BBB Rebel BPD-51
Made from a fiber-reinforced body, the pedal uses a CrMo axle. It also features adjustable tension.
BBB ForceMount TI BPD-13
This SPD-compatible pedal comes with adjustable tension. It also features a titanium axle.
BBB ForceMount BPD-14
Made with an open design, the pedal is recommended for easy mud release. It has a weight of 294g.
Time Clipless Pedals
Available in blue, red and grey, the pedal is recommended for a balance of aesthetics and performance. The pedals are based on steel bearings.
Time Atac MX2
The pedal is designed with a composite body and a steel axle. Its self-cleaning is recommended for muddy terrains.
Time Atac MX4
The MX4 is recommended for all trail conditions. It has two release angles at 13º and 17º.
Time Atac MX6
The pedal is used on mountain bikes and on fat bikes. It is characterized by an oversized steel axle.
Time Atac MX8
Made with an open design, the pedal uses a carbon-filled body. It also uses an oversized hollow steel axle.
Crank Brothers Clipless Pedals
Crank Brothers Eggbeater 11
The pedal is made with titanium components. It comes with a weight of just 179g per pair.
Crank Brothers Eggbeater 3
Made with one of the most compact designs in its class, the pedal uses premium bearings with a cast stainless steel body.
Crank Brothers Eggbeater 2
The XC/trail pedal is made with 4-sided entry. It is covered by a 5-year manufacturers’ warranty.
Crank Brothers Eggbeater 1
The XC pedal is made with premium bearings. It features a customizable float and release angle.
Crank Brothers Candy 1
Based on a one-piece composite, the cyclocross pedal is made with a lightweight composite body.
Crank Brothers Candy 2
The pedal is made with an alloy body. It features stamped steel wings.
Crank Brothers Candy 3
Made with a titanium body, the pedal stainless steel spring durability. Its end cap is also made from hex alloy.
Crank Brothers Candy 7
The titanium pedal is made for added durability. It has a ribbed body and chamfered edges to reduce rock impact.
Crank Brothers Candy 7 USA
This pedal is made with special aesthetics. It features the national US colors.
Crank Brothers Candy 11
This competition design is based on a titanium body. It includes durable cast steel wings.
Crank Brothers Mallet DH Superburn
The downhill pedal is made with 8 adjustable side pins. It is designed with a one-piece composite.
Crank Brothers Mallet DH
Covered by a 5-year warranty, the pedal is suited for premium bearing fans. It features a concave platform.
Genetic Clipless Pedals
Genetic Executive Pedals
The SPD-compatible clipless design is based on a lightweight allow body. It is also rubber coated.
Garmin Clipless Pedals
Garmin Vector 3
This pedal is based on measurements such as power, cadence or dynamics. It transfers this data via Bluetooth.
Keywin Clipless Pedals
Keywin CRM Chrome Moly
With a weight of just 74 grams per pair, the pedals are recommended for hill climbs. They feature adjustable radial movement.
Speedplay Clipless Pedals
The pedal was designed to fit both fixed and and adjustable float positions. The series features the Nanogram Zero, the Zero Titanium, the Zero Stainless Track Special and the Zero Chrome Moly.
Speedplay Zero Aero
Made to diminish wind resistance, the pedal is made with micro-adjustable float or fixed position choices.
Speedplay Zero Nanogram
Based on the Zero desings, the Nanogram is fine-tuned for raceday performance. It comes with a weight of just 65 grams.
Made for mixed and cobbled terrains, the pedal is specifically desing for some Europen classics.
Speedplay Zero Aero Walkable Cleats
The rubberized covers of the pedal stay on the cleats when walking. They are recommended for better cleats durability.
Speedplay Ultra Light Action
With easy entry, the pedal comes with a 15-degree free float range. For Speedplay, they also come with a large platform.
Speedplay Ultra Light Action Walkable
The pedals are made to allow cleats walking with their removable cover. They are known for their low weight profile.
Combining road pedal stability and MTB pedal functionality, the design is recommended for off-road performance.
Designed for road riders who prefer a recessed, walkable cleat. Like their amphibious namesake, Frog pedals are equally at home in dry or muddy terrain. Used on road and mountain bikes.
Powertap Clipless Pedals
Made to be 34g lighter than the P1, the offers advanced pedal metrics. It is powered by two AAA batteries.
Favero Electronics Clipless Pedals
The pedal uses power sensors. It measures balance, torque and left/right power balance.
Ritchey Clipless Pedals
Ritchey WCS XC
Made from forged alloy, the pedal has a distinct polished satin TI finish. It now also comes with a new axle system.