Cleat position - knee pain


Cycle Camera TV
South Croydon
I recently changed my cleats over, i thought i got the position to the same as before.
Obvioulsy not as i'm getting some pain in my left knee. Tried moving the cleat around several times to different positions, a little bit of help but not much.

Does anyone know of any deffinative position causes pain in a certain area of the knee? as my pain seems to be moving around from the upper to the lower.
I found this BR guide quite good & difinitive gaz, its got a useful series of diagrams half way down the page, which literally tells you that pain in 'x' position can be solved by moving the cleat 'y'.


crappy member
South West
you need to get your feet in a very natural position - sit on a high chair and let your legs dangle - take note of your foot position.

My toes point slightly outwards so I allow for this when setting my cleats


Just about surviving
I'm sure having set your cleats up previously you know all this but the Park site shows a couple of ways for getting new cleats onto old shoes.
What have you done? Transferred cleats to new shoes or replaced worn out cleats?
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