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2017-04-15 12:34 PM

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Subject: Bike pedals and shoe plates
I recently switched from pedals with power straps to clipless pedals (Look Keo Classic 2). My problem is my feet have a tendency to slip when dismounting, this is very bad on hard pavement. Is there a better pedal/shoe plate that offers more traction? Thanks, Dave


2017-04-15 9:12 PM
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Subject: RE: Bike pedals and shoe plates
I am considering the Speed Play Zero with the Walkable cleats, anyone with experience on how their traction is with these? Thanks, Dave
2017-04-18 8:04 AM
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Subject: RE: Bike pedals and shoe plates
I've been using Speedplay Zero's for the last 8-10 years and yes, the cleats can be slippery. The walkable cleat is a godsend though, works perfect and NO slipping. I use those on my road shoes only though... my tri shoes are permanently clipped in on my tri bike.
2017-04-18 10:16 AM
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Subject: RE: Bike pedals and shoe plates
Thanks Jan I appreciate the input. I have yet to commit to leaving my shoes on the pedals, not that graceful yet and would likely end up in a heap as I tried to get into or out of them on the move.
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