clipless pedals

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by hero of valour, 29 Jul 2012.

  1. hero of valour

    hero of valour Well-Known Member

    hi everyone i love cycling i have a specialised sector comp and had time today to fix on and try out the clipless pedals I've had in my garage for a month. I'm usually too hungover on a sunday to commit to getting them sorted and testing them out but was focused on sorting today. they are wicked but I'm not sure if the cleats are positioned the best they could be. any tips guys? I've got pretty big calfs and they felt squashed at times but i probably need to bed them in and get used to them! i love cycling i love love love cycling! i do 10 miles a day which will increase to about 26 miles in a few months when we move!
  2. The Brewer

    The Brewer Shed Dweller

    Usually under the ball of the foot is ideal.

    HERES Christopher and his softly spoken voice
  3. Pat "5mph"

    Pat "5mph" A kilogrammicaly challenged woman Moderator

    :welcome: to CChat, Hero!
  4. slowmotion

    slowmotion Quite dreadful

    lost somewhere
    Fixing the cleat under the ball of your foot is a good start. The other thing to consider is where your foot points when you are clipped in. If you sit on a kitchen worktop and dangle your feet in the air, make a note of which direction your feet point. They should do the same when your feet are on the pedals, otherwise you may put some weird stresses on your knees. BTW, there is quite a lot of information on YouTube.
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