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Old 07-16-05, 10:23 PM
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Just a question for spd-sl users. I have tried three pairs of shoes now, and lots of cleat manipulation. For some reason it still feels like I am pedaling on my toes. Is this a feature of these pedals? Is there a system that will put the pedal axle further back on my foot? Or possibly...am I just trying to use some poor technique?
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Pedal axle should be centered over the ball of your foot. You can certainly adjust the fore/aft position of the cleat to achieve this. If it's there already, give it some time to get used to.

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