Monday - Wednesday I was doing a tour checking out my gear for an upcoming longer tour when my left foot began to burn, this was on the second day. The pain was so severe I had to stop and massage the sole of my foot before continuing. On the third day of riding I had the problem in both feet and eventually stopped and examined my shoes. It seem that the cleat or the mounting it was screwed into was pressing through the insole. I seem to recall a thread a couple of years ago where someone else was complaining of burning feet and I wonder if my problem was the same? Any suggestions, I have a very challenging tour starting at the end of the month and this on top of my normal aches and pains will make for a very miserable time. The shoes are Pearl iZUMi Men's X-Alp Seek V Cycling Shoes
Amazon.com: Pearl iZUMi Men's X ALP Seek V Cycling Shoe, Black/Shadow Grey, 47 EU/12.5 D US: Mountain Biking Shoes: Shoes
or could it be the pedals?
I'm going to replace the insole and try a different pedal. Your thoughts?