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Wellgo WAM-M3 Pedals

ITEM NUMBER: 240 WELM34 BLK
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$29.98
MSRP:
$80.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Wellgo WAM-M3 Pedals

The Wellgo WAM-M3 Pedals feature a new retention mechanism that allows easier cleat engagement thanks to a wider front port. The low profile forged alloy body of the M3 makes this a great lightweight pedal. Wellgo's CrMo axle and sealed bearings provide a long smooth service life.

  • Adjustable cleat tension
  • Thread: 9/16
  • Includes: cleats
  • Pedals sold in pairs
  • Weight: 302g

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Q: Can you use standard Shimano SPD cleats on these pedals?

A: Yes! These work with Shimano SPD cleats.


Q: Are these pedals double-sided to allow clipping in without flipping the pedal over? Thanks, cb

A: That is correct. The pedal is double sided for easy entry.


   
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Won't last - Jun 02, 2015

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3 out of 5 stars
Winston-Salem, NC

Ok purchase for the money. They broke the first time i clipped a rock at fast speed....but did the job for my first clipless

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Go for Shimano - May 01, 2015

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3 out of 5 stars
Mission Viejo, CA

These were my first clipless pedals and they certainly did the trick. For such an inexpensive pedal they are durable and do as they are supposed to. That being said, they don't offer amazing retention IMO and lack the solid feel that you get from even the lowest level of Shimano pedals. Given the fact that the Shimanos are now cheaper than these pedals, I really can't see any reason why you would choose these. It's rare that you can spend less and get more, but luckily it's not too good to be true. Go for the Shimanos and you won't be disappointed.

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I have 3 sets - Dec 31, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
SCIO, NY

I have these on all my bikes's except one. One set weighed in at 309.5g, my first set is still working strong they have taken rock hits, one set even hit the pavement in a low side crash, still working great no excess play. Kept clean and and adjusted, they will last as long as can be expected from a clip-less peddle. I have read reviews about adjustment screws falling out, the screws are held against a detent by the springs and make an audible click when turned. The only way for the screws to fall out would be if they where loosened past their adjustment range.

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Pedals review - Apr 30, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
HELOTES, TX

Great price point, made me move away from standard pedals. Have made a few 9 mile commutes to work and some single track rides. Had an issue getting them adjusted as a first time user. Seem to have them set now. Just have to remember to unclip faster when coming to a full stop.

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cheap, cheap, cheap - Apr 23, 2014

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1 out of 5 stars
RICHMOND, VA

Both in price and quality. I bought these as a pedal / shoe combo. The shoes have been great but the pedals have long since been thrown out. These things fell apart after just two months of normal use. I switched back to shimano -- won't buy Wellgo again.

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Great starter set - Apr 16, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
HARRISONBURG, VA

No problems at all with the pedals, was just my first set. I have moved on to Crank Brothers now since I wanted a different style. Still have these on a different bike though!

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Good intro to clipless pedals - Apr 09, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Oakland, CA

I bought these as my first set of clipless pedals, and so far I'm quite pleased. Clipping in was difficult at first, but has gotten easier with use; retention is solid and clipping out is effortless. I haven't used these on the trails yet, but so far I'm enjoying them. For $25, they seem incredibly solid, even compared to shimano pedals. Highly recommended.

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Good intro pedal - Apr 09, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Valley Mills, TX

I purchased these as my first set of clipless pedals to try. They are easy to adjust and lock into. Haven't tried them on the trails yet. On the road they work very well.

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Great bargain - Apr 05, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
SPENCER, MA

Yes, I read all the reviews. I used locktite on the adjustment screws and then adjusted them. Pedals are difficult to clip into at first but this was expected. For the price you can't beat them. Secure, fairly easy to release and stable under foot.

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Good for the money - Jan 13, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
SALISBURY, NC

Good pedals for the money. Easy to clip in/out of and light. Have used the same pedals on 4 different bikes. They've lasted very well. They don't shed mud the best, but Egg Beaters are the best for that. Just keep an eye on the Phillips head screws as they will back out if left unattended.

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super awesome - Jan 01, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
SALEM, VA

I have 3 sets of these on my bikes (MTB and cyclocross), my oldest pair is 10 yrs old and still working fine. They have sealed bearings and are easy to take apart and lube/clean. At 302 grams these are lighter than some of the more popular (and WAY more expensive) pedals like XT,XTR, and crank bro. candy 3. If you need new cleats for them most every LBS is going to have the shimano sh51 cleats which I have used and they work fine. Save yourself 100 bucks and a few grams and try these out.

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Get them - Aug 15, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
PORTLAND, OR

I've used these pedals for over ten years. After the first couple rides, when I was getting them dialed in, I haven't had a problem. They shed mud pretty good too. I can't recommend them enough, especially for the price. If you are trying to save money these are the pedals to get.

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