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Old 03-08-12, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by bjh000 View Post
I'm going to start commuting to work but the problem is once I get there I have to walk through a concrete warehouse floor. I'm using a road bike and I really don't want to eat **** trying to walk through the warehouse with regular road shoes. Should I just get some cleat covers? Or switch to some spd pedals and shoes like dzr for commutes and a road spd shoe for longer rides?
How far is work? There's nothing wrong with SPDs on a road bike, especially with stiff shoes. If it's not terribly far, you could do something Fredly like get SPDs that have platforms on one side.

Or ... you could stash a pair of shoes at work. This is what I do.
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