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Dromarti Vintage Cycling Shoes with Retro Style

Dromarti Vintage Cycling Shoes with Retro Style
Are you looking for something a little more civilized?  Might I suggest Dromarti to quench your thirst for riding in style. Vintage cycling shoes like these are retro to go. Dromarti offers quite the discerning eye for vintage with these retro leather shoes. Real craftsmanship goes into the styling...

2009 Sidi Dragon 2 Carbon SRS Vernice Mountain

If it’s not the year of the Dragon don’t tell the Chinese. Sidi has a new top of the line mountain bike shoe. This swashbuckling little number might be the sure thing to help you ride over the rainbow. Every year there is one good cycling product that turns heads, for 2009 Sidi has that title with...

Shimano SH-M300 Mountain Bike Shoes

The first pair of clipless shoes I owned were made by Shimano. They had a grey canvas Cordura upper, shoestring laces, a rubber sole that flexed over the pedal as I rode. They were a recreational level shoe and no matter how tightly I tied the laces the first sign of water would loosen them up from...

The Nike Conundrum

The Nike Conundrum
I’ve ridden Shimano shoes most of my cycling life. Ever since they started making them. I rode Nike shoes too, some even back in the 80s. It’s always been a money thing because Nikes tend to always be about five or ten dollars more. The last pair of Nike cycling shoes I owned was during the Lance...

Clipless Pedal Cleat Replacement

these clipless pedal cleats need replacement Shoe cleats last a long time and don’t require much maintenance but they need to be kept them screwed on tight. If they become loose on a ride you run the risk of loosing them and nothing can be a bigger bummer than limping home one-footed. Plus the strain...

Scott All Mountain Shoes

Scott has come and gone from the U.S. market several times over the past decade making their shoes suspect to quality. Their mid-level All Mountain Shoes are part of their latest offering and you might find them for as little as $95 online. It’s more likely your local bike shop will charge more. Being...

Buying Custom Shoe Insoles for Cycling

Buying Custom Shoe Insoles for Cycling
Perhaps the most significant part of a custom shoe is the insole. Custom insoles are engineered to improve power and endurance while protecting your muscular joints from wear and tear. Much more than Doctor Scholl’s for cycling, a custom insole allows you to reap the benefits of a custom fit without...

Sidi Diablo GTX Mountain Bike Shoes

Sidi Diablo GTX Mountain Bike Shoes
There really is no substitute for good, supportive footwear, especially when the weather outside is ugly. Fortunately, many shoe manufacturers are stepping to the plate with new and improved winter shoe designs. The Diablo GTX is Sidi’s longtime offering in the winter shoe department for the off-road...

Should I Go Custom?

Custom cycling shoes are molded to the shape of your foot and provide the ultimate fit for power transfer. But more than just an added performance enhancement, custom cycling shoes can also help prevent injury too. Shimano is the first mainstream shoemaker to provide custom shoes directly from your...
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