PEDALS AND SHOES
Having the strongest part of your body attached to the bike in a sport that experiences such a range of conditions just makes sense! Clipless pedals are easy to get in and out of: it’s a case of the right set-up and a little practice, and maybe one tumble for family or friends.
The models with a little extra cage can help give a little more support on a less ‘racey’ shoe, and feel more secure underneath your foot. Don’t mess around with a singlesided pedal, as you will always be looking down to see what side you are dealing with. You will be best to visit your shop to get fitted for shoes. Expect to pay $99-$159 for a nice set of shoes. Above that they get even better. I’m interested Shimano M520 Let’s get something nice Crank Bros Candy 2 What budget? Time ATAC XS Ti