Knee rotating outward - pain!
Im nearly 6ft 5 and about 250. I mountain bike and roadbike. I have a setup with dedicated shoes for each.
On my roadbike particularly (don't know why I don't see it on the MTB, but Ill get to my theory below), I notice that my right knee wants to rotate outward as I go through a pedal stroke. I have look keo pedals which do not allow the required rotation for my foot, and thus, I get a twisting from my knee to my ankle.
It is only my right leg - my left works perfectly. When I stand/walk, my right foot does have a slight outward angle - I suppose like a duck foot, but just slight and only on one side.
My cleats for my road pedals are on good, and straight. My therory is that on my MTB, my SPDs have a slight angle, just due to only being on with two screws, and far less connected than the look cleat. I can see it when hoilding my MTB shoes upside down.
Any suggestions? How would one best deal with a knee that wants to rotate out during a pedal stroke? Obviously what would make sense to me would be to allow my heel to rotate inward slightly, keeping alignment of the foot to the knee - but with size 13 shoes, this doesn't work.
How do you bigger folks deal with knee/hip/foot misalignment? I assume that speedplays with good float may help a fair deal?