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  1. #1
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    Cage Pedal Replacement for Touring Bike?

    I have a Jamis Aurora that has pedal straps to keep my tennis shoe in place. One side just broke. I am now looking for a replacement. I like wearing tennis shoes with my bike for commuting purposes. I also like riding on some short trips on a local trail, where I see everyone with their clipped shoes.

    Would you guys recommend I just getting new pedals with a cage again? Or should I get something like the Shimano PD-M324 Clipless/Clip Pedals? And then consider some clip shoe for when I do my short weekend rides.


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    Check out velo orange if you want to keep the straps.
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    Is it just the toe clip that broke? (the thing that holds the strap open). If so, there's no reason to buy new pedals. If you like that setup, just buy some clips. Less than 10 bucks at a bike shop, or cheaper online. They attach with screws.Simple

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