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Old 07-27-05, 07:05 PM
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You can get cleat wedges as well as orthotic insoles, so I'm positive there's a solution out there for you.

My left leg, although it pedals much more fluidly than my right, (very annoying) slightly pronates (knee wants to go outward) so I've been bad and self corrected that with an orthotic insole.

I should really go and have my position re-looked at, but haven't had the opportunity recently. Plus, my next problem is my seat and a knee that's just not quite right after crashing my singlespeed and landing square on my kneecap.

Anyway, find a bike fit physiologist and go book in for an hour or so. It's an eye opening experience.
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