might just take a bit of practice. if you're only twisting your knee to unclip, it's not the same as twisting in 80-90 times per minute riding along.DustBowlRefugee said:Regarding Look red cleats. I have just bought a new bike and have bought new shoes with the adjustable red ones on cx-6 pedals which are supposed to adjust from 0-9 degrees float. My problem is that when on anything other than 0 degrees I have to twist my foot so much to dis-engage them that it become somewhat difficult and a bit dangerous when trying to do it quickly. I am used to using SPDs on my mountain bike and one quick twist and I'm out. It seems that anything over 0 on the Looks and most of my normal twist to dis-engage is taken up by the float-play. Is this normal? BTW the pedals were secondhand but appear in good nick. Also the extra twist needed to unlock seems to twist my knee so much that it defeats the object of the float play in the first place!
DustBowlRefugee said:If you use Look cleats and a have a terracotta tiled floor in your house as I do you will never need to buy ice skates and can practice a triple sowcow whilst walking to the front door.
bonj said:MTB shoes still have semi-rigid soles
But the benefit of MTB-style ones is you can treat them like normal shoes, walk around all day in them in comfort