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BV Bike Cleats Compatible with Peloton Bike, Look Delta, 9 Degree Float / 0 Degree Fixed

by BV
Save $4.00
Original price $14.99
Current price $10.99
SKU BV-CT-01-DT
Color: Red

The right cycling cleats can make you enjoy spinning class to the greatest. With BV bike Look Delta cleats, you will experience a more comfortable, efficient and safer ride! 

Easy to install and adjust to the cleat position on the bottom of shoes.

It fits most road bike cycling shoes with a 3-hole design for ultimate stability.

The super-smooth and easy entry/exit into your clipless pedals provides excellent durability.

9-degree float system (Red) for your riding comfort to avoid injury.

0-degree fixed float system (Black) help to make cleats to stay in place, good for experienced cyclists.

***Not compatible with "Keo" system and "Shimano" system

 

  • Compatibility: Look Delta and Peloton system pedals
  • Item Weight: 3.2 oz
  • Pack Includes: Cleat x 2, Gasket x 6, Screw x 6

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 39 reviews
    67%
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    Rachelle Day

    BV Bike Cleats Compatible with Peloton Bike, Look Delta, 9 Degree Float

    S
    Shawn Wall
    Worked for me on a peloton

    I was wary due to some negative reviews... but these work completely fine for me on my bike (non+ model). I put them on some Giro shoes. The cleats look fairly identical to actual delta look cleats to me, including having the small line on them for alignment. I've seen some cheap cleats that don't have that. Recommended for the price.

    a
    antonio
    Undesired looseness in Float.

    Confirmed these are the Delta cleat format and work on the Peloton or at any Lifetime clubs. Used for ~5 rides, and they perform as described. They are not the same cleats offered with the Peloton shoes or offered on their website.

    The described 9° float on these cleats is far to loose for my personal liking. When clipped into the the pedal the shoes float left to right in an undesired manor and they don't give confidence in power being transferred from foot to the bike.

    For a new or beginning rider the loose float would definitely steer me away from wanting to ride and improve. If you're looking for a stiffer cleat but still want the 9° I recommend the following cleat linked below. They are the same exact cleats that come with the Peloton shoes. You can tell because they will have the ARC1+ text and the rubber is a circle not square or rectangular.

    Exustar ARC1+ Look Delta Bike Cleats.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E0GN9F8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Skip the knock off cleats and buy from Peloton directly or go with the actual 'Look Delta' branded cleat offered with multiple degrees of float.

    D
    D. Nanni
    Good Peloton Replacement, BUT…

    Are you a Peloton rider, suffering from issues locking into and out of your bike pedals? It’s not the shoe, or the pedal that’s the problem, it’s the cleats. Will replacing your Peloton cleats with these fox the problem? Yes, but not perfectly without a slight change.

    The Peloton cleats are built too close to the shoe when installed properly. Peloton CS will tell you to loosen the pedal tension, but if you use other shoes/cleats you’ll notice they clip in just fine. Even after loosing the tension the Peloton cleats are still too close to the shoe, so you might be tempted to loosen the cleat. Unfortunately, doing so means that while you’ll be able clip in more easily, unclipping is now very hard without twisting your ankle in an uncomfortable position. And after unclipping, your cleat is possibly at a skewed angle now, meaning you’ll be pedaling pigeon toed, requiring you to readjust your cleats after every ride. No fun.

    If you attach these cleats to your Peloton shoes you’ll notice something new. A nice loud, audible click that you’ve locked successfully into your pedals. Much better than the dull thud that may or may not detach while in the middle of a ride with the original cleats. There’s still a problem with detaching the cleat from the pedal though. These cleats come with Phillips head screws and if you’re installing them with a normal screwdriver you probably aren’t going to install them as tight as they need to be installed. You’ll end up with the same problem as you had with loosening the Peloton cleats when detaching them from the pedals - skewed cleats, pigeon toed rides, constant readjusting.

    The solution: use these new cleats, but pair them with the Allen wrench screws from the Peloton cleats. You’ll get the leverage you need to keep them tight and prevent them from skewing sideways when detaching from the pedals, and you’ll get a well built cleat that easily clips into the pedal. Problem solved.

    Enjoy your [less frustrating] ride!

    D
    Dennis Dix
    Works for Peleton

    I didn't want to pay full price for the Peleton shoes after already dishing out for the bike and membership. I found these cleats and paired them with a pair of Delta compatible bike shoes. Works like a charm. No complaints at all.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 39 reviews
    67%
    (26)
    18%
    (7)
    15%
    (6)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    R
    Rachelle Day

    BV Bike Cleats Compatible with Peloton Bike, Look Delta, 9 Degree Float

    S
    Shawn Wall
    Worked for me on a peloton

    I was wary due to some negative reviews... but these work completely fine for me on my bike (non+ model). I put them on some Giro shoes. The cleats look fairly identical to actual delta look cleats to me, including having the small line on them for alignment. I've seen some cheap cleats that don't have that. Recommended for the price.

    a
    antonio
    Undesired looseness in Float.

    Confirmed these are the Delta cleat format and work on the Peloton or at any Lifetime clubs. Used for ~5 rides, and they perform as described. They are not the same cleats offered with the Peloton shoes or offered on their website.

    The described 9° float on these cleats is far to loose for my personal liking. When clipped into the the pedal the shoes float left to right in an undesired manor and they don't give confidence in power being transferred from foot to the bike.

    For a new or beginning rider the loose float would definitely steer me away from wanting to ride and improve. If you're looking for a stiffer cleat but still want the 9° I recommend the following cleat linked below. They are the same exact cleats that come with the Peloton shoes. You can tell because they will have the ARC1+ text and the rubber is a circle not square or rectangular.

    Exustar ARC1+ Look Delta Bike Cleats.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E0GN9F8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Skip the knock off cleats and buy from Peloton directly or go with the actual 'Look Delta' branded cleat offered with multiple degrees of float.

    D
    D. Nanni
    Good Peloton Replacement, BUT…

    Are you a Peloton rider, suffering from issues locking into and out of your bike pedals? It’s not the shoe, or the pedal that’s the problem, it’s the cleats. Will replacing your Peloton cleats with these fox the problem? Yes, but not perfectly without a slight change.

    The Peloton cleats are built too close to the shoe when installed properly. Peloton CS will tell you to loosen the pedal tension, but if you use other shoes/cleats you’ll notice they clip in just fine. Even after loosing the tension the Peloton cleats are still too close to the shoe, so you might be tempted to loosen the cleat. Unfortunately, doing so means that while you’ll be able clip in more easily, unclipping is now very hard without twisting your ankle in an uncomfortable position. And after unclipping, your cleat is possibly at a skewed angle now, meaning you’ll be pedaling pigeon toed, requiring you to readjust your cleats after every ride. No fun.

    If you attach these cleats to your Peloton shoes you’ll notice something new. A nice loud, audible click that you’ve locked successfully into your pedals. Much better than the dull thud that may or may not detach while in the middle of a ride with the original cleats. There’s still a problem with detaching the cleat from the pedal though. These cleats come with Phillips head screws and if you’re installing them with a normal screwdriver you probably aren’t going to install them as tight as they need to be installed. You’ll end up with the same problem as you had with loosening the Peloton cleats when detaching them from the pedals - skewed cleats, pigeon toed rides, constant readjusting.

    The solution: use these new cleats, but pair them with the Allen wrench screws from the Peloton cleats. You’ll get the leverage you need to keep them tight and prevent them from skewing sideways when detaching from the pedals, and you’ll get a well built cleat that easily clips into the pedal. Problem solved.

    Enjoy your [less frustrating] ride!

    D
    Dennis Dix
    Works for Peleton

    I didn't want to pay full price for the Peleton shoes after already dishing out for the bike and membership. I found these cleats and paired them with a pair of Delta compatible bike shoes. Works like a charm. No complaints at all.