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Hi. Looks like this was from a couple of days ago so hopefully you got it off by now:) If not, turn your shoe over and in the back of the pedal you should see a screw with an opening for a small allen wrench. Put an allen wrench into that hole and turn it counter clockwise until it's loose enough to get the shoe out. Remember that you get out of the pedal by kicking the heel away from the bike.

You'll want to adjust that screw so that the shoe is tight enough on the pedal that it doesn't wiggle but loose enough that you can get it out when you're done working out.

If you're still stuck and that doesn't work, let me know:)

 

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Hi. Looks like this was from a couple of days ago so hopefully you got it off by now:) If not, turn your shoe over and in the back of the pedal you should see a screw with an opening for a small allen wrench. Put an allen wrench into that hole and turn it counter clockwise until it's loose enough to get the shoe out. Remember that you get out of the pedal by kicking the heel away from the bike.

You'll want to adjust that screw so that the shoe is tight enough on the pedal that it doesn't wiggle but loose enough that you can get it out when you're done working out.

If you're still stuck and that doesn't work, let me know:)

 

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What do you do if 2 screws came loose while your shoe was clipped in and you cannot get the shoe off? I am unable to tighten the screws because i cannot reach them thru the pedal. I can remove the top screw and remove the shoe, however this leaves the red part stuck in the pedal and i cannot remove it.
 

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Hi all, just wanted to share that I recently replaced my peloton pedals with the Shimano PD-M520 MTB SPD Bike Pedals and bought the Pearl iZumi Women's Road Attack Cycling Shoes and it is so much more comfortable and easy clicking in and out. It is also MUCH quieter! Hope that helps!
 

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What do you do if 2 screws came loose while your shoe was clipped in and you cannot get the shoe off? I am unable to tighten the screws because i cannot reach them thru the pedal. I can remove the top screw and remove the shoe, however this leaves the red part stuck in the pedal and i cannot remove it.
I’m in the same boat, so frustrated
 

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If the cleat is still in the pedal with no shoe attached, Unscrew the tension bolt (allen head) from the underside of the pedal (Counter-clockwise to loosen as you look at the screw). Grab a pair of pliers or vise grips and laterally twist the cleat from the pedal mechanism. Worst case is the cleat will be too damaged to re-use.

Bonus - You've now learned that tightening the three cleat bolts to your shoe is extremely important. I always use a dab of grease on the screws and tighten them as much as possible by hand.
 

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Hi. Looks like this was from a couple of days ago so hopefully you got it off by now:) If not, turn your shoe over and in the back of the pedal you should see a screw with an opening for a small allen wrench. Put an allen wrench into that hole and turn it counter clockwise until it's loose enough to get the shoe out. Remember that you get out of the pedal by kicking the heel away from the bike.

You'll want to adjust that screw so that the shoe is tight enough on the pedal that it doesn't wiggle but loose enough that you can get it out when you're done working out.

If you're still stuck and that doesn't work, let me know:)

What size Allen wrench??
 
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