Speedplay Cleat Extender Plate – R20 (kit) – FORM Bike Fitting

(7 customer reviews)

$25.00$46.80

Brand: Form Bike Fitting

The R20 increases riding comfort and efficiency by providing up to 20mm of additional rearward adjustment compared with a standard Wahoo Speedplay base plate.

 

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Description

The FORM Wahoo Speedplay cleat extender plates offer riders flexibility, adjustability, and convenience beyond the limited range of the standard Wahoo Speedplay base plate. This includes rearward adjustment, medial adjustment or lateral adjustment. With three plate options to choose from, there are multiple configurations for you to explore.

Unlock a new dimension of comfort and performance with the FORM Wahoo Speedplay Cleat Extender Plate (R20). Designed to provide cyclists with up to 20mm of additional rearward adjustment beyond the standard Speedplay base plate, this accessory offers a range of features and benefits tailored to enhance your cycling experience.

Features & Benefits

  • Extended Position Range: The R20 extends your cleat position range, offering up to 20mm of additional rearward adjustment. This can significantly reduce discomfort during your ride.
  • Fit Customization: Tailor your ride to your specific needs with two sets of cleat attachment holes – one in the standard position and one in the rearward position. This customization allows you to optimize your fit according to your unique preferences and biomechanics.
  • Wider Fore/Aft Adjustment: The standard 3-hole shoe mounting points provide a broader fore/aft adjustment range compared to a standard base plate. Achieve the ideal balance for increased efficiency and comfort.
  • Pain Reduction and Comfort: Experience a ride with reduced pain, discomfort, and hot spots as you explore the extended position range offered by the R20.
  • Fit Experimentation: The R20 empowers riders to experiment with foot position and its impact on power. Find the sweet spot that maximizes your efficiency and performance on the road.

Kit Options

  • PAIR:  Two plates / base plate screws / cleat screws / mini Torx tool
  • SINGLE:  Single plate / base plate screws / cleat screws / mini Torx tool

Important Product Notes:

  • Please note that this plate is designed to use Torx countersunk screws (provided). Using any other screws could produce compromised results.
  • In some configurations, minor trimming of the blue Speedplay shims might be necessary to achieve maximum rearward adjustment. This is easily done with a craft knife, drill, or both.

Compatibility

  • All Speedplay and Wahoo Speedplay Cleats

Other Cleat Extender Plate Choices

 

Additional information

Weight0.25 lbs
Dimensions4 × 3 × 0.5 in
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Pair, Single

7 reviews for Speedplay Cleat Extender Plate – R20 (kit) – FORM Bike Fitting

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Chad H.

I find it difficult to get Speedplays to work for me. I have three different brands of road shoes, and their cleats just will not mount well (flush) to them without being way too far forward. I tried another brand (Patro) cleat extension adaptors. Those actually involve using tape to keep the nuts and bolts from falling out. Just a horrible design. To get them to work on my Giro Empire lace ups, the cleat was actually further forward than without the adaptors. Ridiculous. I was able to get my cleats much further back with these; even in the spot I wanted. There are also thoughtful design touches like etched center markers for each mounting point for the cleats, as well as threaded holes, negating the need for nuts like the Speedplay cleats or worse, the need for scotch tape like the Patros. The only downside to using these adaptors is losing the clean look of the base plate covers on the original Speedplay cleat. But, that's an aesthetic issue where function is much more important. Overall, they're very well made and designed; and fulfill their purpose. I'm just not sure Speedplay is the best design pedal for me.

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Chad H.

I find it difficult to get Speedplays to work for me. I have three different brands of road shoes, and their cleats just will not mount well (flush) to them without being way too far forward. I tried another brand (Patro) cleat extension adaptors. Those actually involve using tape to keep the nuts and bolts from falling out. Just a horrible design. To get them to work on my Giro Empire lace ups, the cleat was actually further forward than without the adaptors. Ridiculous. I was able to get my cleats much further back with these; even in the spot I wanted. There are also thoughtful design touches like etched center markers for each mounting point for the cleats, as well as threaded holes, negating the need for nuts like the Speedplay cleats or worse, the need for scotch tape like the Patros. The only downside to using these adaptors is losing the clean look of the base plate covers on the original Speedplay cleat. But, that's an aesthetic issue where function is much more important. Overall, they're very well made and designed; and fulfill their purpose. I'm just not sure Speedplay is the best design pedal for me.

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    Excellent solution for moving cleats backwards. Adds no significant weight and feels rock solid. The centerline cutouts in the edge are very clever for tracking and measuring position changes.

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    Perfect. High quality product and just what I needed.

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  4. I find it difficult to get Speedplays to work for me. I have three different brands of road shoes, and their cleats just will not mount well (flush) to them without being way too far forward. I tried another brand (Patro) cleat extension adaptors. Those actually involve using tape to keep the nuts and bolts from falling out. Just a horrible design. To get them to work on my Giro Empire lace ups, the cleat was actually further forward than without the adaptors. Ridiculous. I was able to get my cleats much further back with these; even in the spot I wanted. There are also thoughtful design touches like etched center markers for each mounting point for the cleats, as well as threaded holes, negating the need for nuts like the Speedplay cleats or worse, the need for scotch tape like the Patros. The only downside to using these adaptors is losing the clean look of the base plate covers on the original Speedplay cleat. But, that’s an aesthetic issue where function is much more important. Overall, they’re very well made and designed; and fulfill their purpose. I’m just not sure Speedplay is the best design pedal for me.

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  5. The extender plates are really well made, anodized aluminum. Pricey but the only game in town if you need to move your cleats backwards.

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FAQs

The FORM Speedplay Cleat Extender Plate- R20 replaces the stock Speedplay base plate supplied with your cleats. When you are changing out the base plate, hang onto the blue stock wedges and your screws. Reuse the blue stock wedges from the original base plate.  

Use the supplied 6mm Phillips screws to attach your cleat to the base plate.  The base plate holes are threaded for this purpose.   

It is necessary to remove the blue wedges from the original Speedplay cleat extenders and attach them to the FORM cleat extenders for them to fit flush.  

The Form Speedplay Cleat Extender Plate – R20 is compatible with Wahoo Zero Pedals.  

Just to confirm and clarify – yes, the adapter plates work with either the 5 F/R or 6 F/R blue shims.  The relevant model needs to be moved from the standard base plate to the FORM baseplate.  In some cases, a bit of plastic from these shims needs removing (awl or drill) to free up a hole, depending on how it is being configured. 

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