Question above really but I already own this pedal:
I want some new cycling shoes and cleats. But what do I need to look for in the description of the shoes and cleats which will ensure they are compatible with my pedals?
I have a very nice pair of Nortwave Goretex spd boots. Any suggestions as to how I can adapt these to use on flat pedals? I can remove the cleats but what could I fill the gap with to provide some grip. I have lost my confidence using spd pedals especially off road.
I have a question? MTB flat pedal Recommendations? But more importantly; What shoes are best for flat pedal riding?
I use clipless pedals on all bikes, but need to use flat pedals on my 29’er. Should I look for dedicated MTB Flat pedal shoes or boots? or maybe find some suitable trail walking...
Hi folks can anyone give me any advice on buying Shimano cycling shoes. Im a uk size 10 would it be correct a size 46 would be the right size. I see shimano reccomend going up half a size from somebodys usual fit... Thanks
For sale .
Lake size 44 silver cycling shoes .
Click locking rather than velcro straps .
Worn twice before someone realised they didn't like cycling !!
Can take both 2 or 3 bolt cleats .
Very light scuff on toe caps but very light indeed .
Asking £35 plus postage or collection from nn8...
I want some shoes with Boa lacing but have a very specific need regarding the way the shoe grips the heel, so I can't buy online and I wouldn't anyway, same as I wouldn't buy a helmet online. Yet nowadays it's seemingly impossible to find a retailer who holds a decent range of stock where you...
Having a clear out due to no longer involved in the sport.
all items show little or no wear, aside from the castillo shower cape. When i say VGC they are as new and have been worn no more a few times.
Vittoria cycle shoes, size 10, velcro fasteners, fitted with shimano cleats.
For Sale: Shimano RP3 (RP301) SPD-SL Road Shoes Like New (Size 48 Wide Fit)
These have never been used apart from trying on and fitting my cleats to
Size 48 (Wide Fit)
Looking for around £25
Located near Alfreton J28 of M1 or could arrange to post
Any questions please ask
For many years I have suffered with numb feet (mainly at the outside of them). Recent huge uppage in mileage has really made this condition become a problem, so much so that my feet are now constantly tingling.
A bit of research / measurement, shows that I have wide feet (size 10...
Since placing this ad I've realised these are Specialized Expert shoes from 2016/17 though they look identical to a more recent Torch. They are light, stiff and comfortable but don't suit the shape of my feet and I've rubbed through the lining a little on each heel as you can see in the photo...
Yesterday afternoon wandering round the annual excuse to play with big boys toys .
Its Its Its not much but we call it home :smile:
Me trying to look like a local.....well l am a local but you know what l mean !
Used but plenty of life left in them.
Carbon soled, double boa dials and velcro fastening.
Size 8 (42) standard fitting
These still retail for upwards of £199!!
Very comfortable shoes and lightweight.
Only slight problem is the left shoes bottom boa is a bit stiff, still useable but may need...
My cycling shoes need replacing after many years of service. I use SPD and prefer ones I can walk in. I don't like laces. I think I have quite wide feet. Don't want to spend a fortune. Any suggestions?
I think it would be best to be able to try them on in a shop but don't think shops...
In Good condition a few scuffs to the toe area see Pics.
Cleats have some wear again see Pics
Come with a pair of Cleatskins covers to protect Cleats and make it slightly easier to walk in.
£40 posted with Signed for Delivery Included.
Now down to £35 posted with Signed for Delivery...
Right I'm looking at getting some pedals and shoes for my cyclocross bike that I use mainly for rides with the family at the moment but I'm going to be doing some longer rides soon with training starting for lejog.
So i want some clip in pedals and then I would like a trainer type of shoe that...
Looking for some road cycling shoes using SPD cleats which are ok, to walk in. The pair I am currently using are not recessed into the sole so are difficult to walk in when not on the bike.
Anyone recommend any reasonably priced ones easy to walk in?
I'm going on a 4-day cycling holiday and am looking for some budget cycling shoes (no more than £40). I don't clip in, so don't actually need this functionality, but I assume all such shoes have this anyway?
Dry reasonably quickly - I've used my normal trainers in the past...
Unused so as new Diadora escape 2 cycling shoes size 42 .
Black in colour with white and silver trim with Velcro straps .
Take 2 bolt style cleats not included .
Includes a pr of B twin overshoees that are also unused .
Asking £35 collected from NN8 Wellingborough postcode or posted at extra...
Another pair of shoes and only worn 4 times in the alps - just a few scuffs and nicks to the soles
White with buckle and strap closures
Spd-sl compatible ( not included)
Specialized blue footbed insert
£30 posted via paypal gift
So following on from my earlier post about SPD shoes (thanks to all who replied!), I’ve “bought” two SPD pairs in size 47 that feels decent enough, both by Bontranger. However they’re so different and at this point in time I think it’s perhaps a bit on the pricey side to keep both although...
Hardly worn pair of size 45 Shimano SPD shoes - black and red ( no cleats attached)
2 bolt cleat system
2 velcro closures and ratchet strap fastening
Make an ideal spare shoe or winter/cx shoe for some one. they are unmarked
Looking for £25 posted via paypal gift
Having a mini clear-out and these are regrettably surplus to requirements. Immaculate as new condition (still smell new!) worn only twice for 2 short test rides to try them out. No wear, marks, scuffs etc. Steel blue/grey colour.
These are very comfy, wide fitting and pretty true to size too -...
So a bit overwhelmed to be honest... I have a Specialized Diverge with A530 pedals that has SPD fittings on one side - I've put off buying SPD shoes until I was ready - which I guess I am now.
However - whilst I've read advice such as...
Currrently using Shimano RO87 road shoes with SPD cleats and cleat stabilisers. Looking for some MTB shoes with recessed cleats but want them to be more road looking, not chunky like the usual MTB shoes. Found a few Northwave shoes that seem to fit the bill, but any ideas of brands out there...