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  • This reckons they're the same, just red. Although it's the old cleat.

    "Included with the Pave pedals are a special edition red Pave version of the new V2 Speedplay cleat. The V2 cleat utilises a new baseplate and shims, and updated screws. The actual pedal interface is identical, offering a possible 15 degrees of float and independent adjustment of the three foot axes. All V2 Zero cleats are compatible with older Zero pedals, and Speedplay says the new V2 shims improve compatibility with a wider range of road shoes."

  • This reckons they're the same, just red. Although it's the old cleat.

    I thought you were looking for the V2 cleats. (Pave still seems widely available in Europe in both standard and walkable variants)

    Pave vs. Zero?
    The dimensions are the same but Speedplay do claim they are different. I was told (by Speedplay) that while the Zero can use either the Zero or Pave cleats, the Pave demands the Pave cleat and should not use the Zero's cleat. I can only speculate from this that the C-clips are slightly different-- probably a bit stronger.

  • Hmmm, is that right? I'd read the speedplay website as suggesting that all zero range cleats and pedals are compatible with each other (and that should include the pave).

    Useful to know if that isn't right as I was thinking of getting a pair of pave pedals but don't want to have to run different shoes!

  • Ah, I see what you mean. Yes, I would be happy with V2 cleats, happier still with just c-springs.

    Interesting - I couldn't find any info about stronger springs. Might see if I can buy a set.

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