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DMT Speed Shoes

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MSRP : $150.00

Product Description

The Speed shares many of the features of our higher end shoes including a lightweight upper using the SL-SF (Seamless + Sockfit Concept), technology that helps the shoe comfort to the foot and eliminates all seams and applied materials. It also incorporates the rigidity external heel counter and three strap closure system that secures with Velcro® fasteners. Uses the FG Concept sole, a resin composite that offers superior rigidity that prevents loss of power between the foot and pedal.

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Is Strava now calculating average speed differently?

Has Strava recently changed the way it calculates average speeds? I ask because up until a few months ago, my average speeds were always within 0.2 mph of my average speeds on my Cateye bike computers. (I have two road bikes, each with a Cateye.) Sometimes Strava showed a faster speed, sometimes slo ... Read More »


I bike on average five days a week 15-30 miles a ride. I average 100 miles a week and about half of the time is climbing. I love to climb. I love to compete. I’m 68 years old and an avid Strava user/member. My current bike is a 27-year old steel behemoth with 15 speeds and very fat tires. It weighs ... Read More »

Crankset for Shimano Ultegra 9 speed

My Franklin Frames custom bike has Shimano Ultegra 9 speed groupset and I was looking to upgrade the crankset. Can I run a 10 speed compatible crankset on the 9 speed groupset?Read More »

"Single speed" at nationals?

I know some races allow makeshift ss rigs using zipties or whatever. What would it take to ride ss at nationals? If I ziptie the fd shifter and use a single (conversion) cog in back, would that qualify despite the derailleurs?Read More »

Need help identifying my new Bianchi fixie/single speed

I picked this bike up for pretty cheap at a swap meet yesterday. My friend said it might be a Pista, but I don't think that's right. All the Pista's I've seen are front brake only. The one I got has a rear brake only. The rear cable is taped to the top tube (if that helps). Any info will help. ... Read More »

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