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Cycling Shoes styled to look like Tennis Shoes

Cycling Shoes styled to look like Tennis Shoes
If you’re spinning towards the beach or the park and looking for a tennis style shoe you can wear while you throw the Frisbee around – check these ideas out. I’m not talking about flat pedal BMX-style shoes, these will all work with clipless pedals if you choose, accepting Shimano-style SPD cleats...

Shimano SH-R132L Road Shoe Review

Shimano SH-R132L Road Shoe Review
At $170 the Shimano SH-R132L may not seem like a bargain but it actually is the least expensive race shoe that includes a micro-adjusting buckle on the upper strap. If you can’t quite ever get a 3-strap Velcro shoe tight enough you might love this upgrade feature. And the R132 also comes with a full...

Christian Vande Velde is a good lookin’ rider

Christian Vande Velde is a good lookin’ rider
At the the ’08 Tour de France Specialized Body Geometry grabbed an impromptu with the people’s champion…               Christian Vande Velde. Against the backdrop of the Alpes Christian gave a first-hand reaction to his Team Garmin blue and white’s. What I want to know...

Specialized Body Geometry S-Works Road Shoe Review

Specialized Body Geometry S-Works Road Shoe Review
As the custom foot race heats up in the shoe world Specialized pedals its own unique fit. Under its new Body Geometry label Specialized has responded to the growing demand for custom fit technology on many components including saddles, gloves, grips and now shoes.  The line is publicized as being developed...

Cycling Road Shoe Covers versus Toe Booties

Cycling Road Shoe Covers versus Toe Booties
Cycling shoe covers are wonderful inventions. But if you think about it, don’t just your toes get cold? That’s why I primarily pack my toe warmers when I’m riding in the winter months. They are the perfect compromise and made from the same water resistant neoprene that full booties are made. They...

Women’s Mountain Bike Shoe that you can take to Spin Class

Women’s Mountain Bike Shoe that you can take to Spin Class
While these would be a solid choice for any racer, these are also perfect for spin class. The style of this shoe is relaxed with a pearlescent white finish and a light blue script that reads, “women’s specific fit.” With 3 Velcro straps and a stiff rubber sole this simple, classic design from Shimano...

Gaerne G.Myst Road Cycling Shoe

Gaerne G.Myst Road Cycling Shoe
I just found a great review on the Gaerne G.Myst road shoe at Cycling News dot com.  This is the shoe that Australian Cadel Evans rides. It sounds like they gave it a big thumbs down: it’s too hot and a little heavy among other things. Seems to be too much heel lift too. I think they nailed it...

Sidi Ergo 2 Road Cycling Shoe Review

I’ve been wanting to write an indepth review on Sidi’s flagship shoe. But when I do it will be a long, arduous process that I am not quite ready to do yet because there may be a lot to say and I’ll have to curb myself. In the meantime, I found a no nonsense video review that gives...

Bontrager cycling shoes

Bontrager cycling shoes
Since Nike and Trek Bicycles divorced Trek has been developing a line of cycling shoes of their own under the Bontrager label. Now this spring, Bontrager has aggressively launched a comprehensive range of shoes that cover both mountain and road cycling. Bontrager’s launch is supported by a complete...

Pearl Izumi Octane SL road shoe

Pearl Izumi Octane SL road shoe
For 2008 Pearl Izumi announced an exciting renewal of its aging cycling shoe line. Since In the year since that Interbike show Pearl Izumi has gotten lauds for its shoe rejuvenation and Pearl hopes to continue its reemergence in 2009. The Octane SL is the crown jewel of the lineup weighing in at a scant...
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