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    REAL cyclists use quills and toe clips.
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    Ove thinking. Remove shoes. Are your cycling shoes incredibly hard to remove? Do they have laces? Are you terribly attached to your shoes or just lazy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerstg View Post
    Alternatively, you can put a couple mm thick of Goop on your soles, on each side of the cleat, to give a bit of extra clearance and prevent wearing the sole to cleat level.
    I wonder if you didn't mean Shoe Goo. The only Goop I know of is a nasty smelling, waterless hand cleaner.
    Some people are like a Slinky ... not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nermal View Post
    I wonder if you didn't mean Shoe Goo. The only Goop I know of is a nasty smelling, waterless hand cleaner.
    Shoe Goo would work as well. That, Goop, E6000 are all basically the same product, just aimed at different markets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Blight View Post
    REAL cyclists use quills and toe clips.
    Damn straight.



    Those metal cleats are guaranteed to mark your laminate floors.

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