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Scott Road Limited Shoes

Scott Road Limited Shoes
You don’t need to rely on a pair of Sidi shoes to look good, not anymore. Scott USA has introduced a new road shoe and it looks dynamite. While at first glance they look more like a soccer player’s football shoe, turning heads at the post-ride coffee shop just got a whole lot easier. I’m sure...

Women’s Northwave Bike Velvet SBS Cycling Shoe

The Velvet is Northwave’s top of the line shoe for women road cyclists. It has been anatomically calibrated to a woman’s foot for the perfect riding experience. Sizes range from 36 to 43 with half sizes between 39.5 and 42.5 to encourage a superior fit.  Northwave’s toe box typically runs a little...

Shimano SH-TR51 Triathlon Shoe (Women’s too)

Shimano SH-TR51 Triathlon Shoe (Women’s too)
Shimano has been in the triathlon game for a long time now. It was their oversized transition loop that made them the first company to bring a real tri shoe to the market. Then they improved their shoe with the SH-TR50, improvements focused on breathability. Now the Shimano SH-TR51 has been launched....

Rocket7 Custom Cycling Shoes

Rocket7 Custom Cycling Shoes
sexy custom carbon heels aren't easy to make The idea was simple. By creating a one-piece carbon fiber that comprised the sole and heel cup, energy would be maximized as the rider pulls through at the bottom of each pedal stroke. However, this idea was unconventional because made shoe building very...

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...

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...

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...

Shimano SH-R151 Road Shoes

still strong after almost 3 years This review should be filed under “extended road test.”  My pair of black Shimano R151 road shoes have been with me since 2006 and they are still going strong. Since that time until now we’ve logged nearly 15,000 miles together. While road shoes don’t get a...
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