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    Where to find Clipless pedal adapters?

    Somebody makes a flat plastic platform that you mount cleats to, then snap it onto a clipless pedal. I've seen them flat and toe clip style.

    I'm thinking these may be a decent idea for casul trips to the store or evening road rides after dinner etc.

    (I know they are not a great idea, but I don't want to get big downhill platforms/clips or ride normal clipless pedals in street shoes etc, I've read all the reviews on them and don't want to compromise.) Thanks

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    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?s...0&srccode=1067

    you'll need to buy cleats for them but that should be what you are looking for.

    Sometimes they have them on ebay too.

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    My LBS gave me a pair ...

    they use them for people to demo bikes that have clipless but didn't bring shoes. I used to use them for the same things you're talking about - playing around with the kids, store, etc. I've gone to Crank Bros. Candy's so I can piddle around in street shoes. The demo decks can be a real mother to get out of the pedals sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avsb514
    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?s...0&srccode=1067

    you'll need to buy cleats for them but that should be what you are looking for.

    Sometimes they have them on ebay too.
    There are these too. http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...reid=&pagename=
    I bought a set but they didn't fit my pedals.

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    Mine looked like these

    Quote Originally Posted by tlg
    There are these too. http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...reid=&pagename=
    I bought a set but they didn't fit my pedals.

    but like I said, hard to get out of my Shimanos. It's difficult to get enough leverage to disengage. The others, with real cleats, might go in and out more easily.
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