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Old 02-07-05, 08:39 PM   #1
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Spin class accessories..answer and question

First the question..can anyone recommend affordable shoes for spinning classes?

And my tip..if you sweat like I do..consider getting Spin grips which fit over the handlebars they work well takes a week or so to get them after you order them
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Go to some bike shops and try on some leftover 2004 shoes.
They will be on sale. I prefer road shoes for spinning classes, they are often a little stiffer than Mtn bike shoes.
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