Fashionable, soft, comfortable, warm. A must have accessory for days where the temperature ranges from the mid 40's to the low 60's. If it gets below the mid-40's, you'll want to use something with a more wind-protection such as a pair of Assos Airprotec or Airblock tights.
I'm a veteran road rider having ridden at least 5,000 miles per year for 30 years. Had two total knee replacements in the last year and I'm finally getting back in shape. My foot position has always been "toe out" but since surgery it is more severe especially my right foot. I have used look arc cle ... Read More »
I've had my Trek and Fuji fitted at different LBS and while the guys were competent they both seemed to lack sufficient expertise in the fine art of knee/foot alignment. My right leg rotates outward slightly from the hip. When I first started using the SPDs I had the right foot aligned the same ang ... Read More »
I used to ride anywhere from 80-100 miles per week. I ruptured my left patellar tendon playing basketball at the beginning of this year. Anyways after surgery and after 7 months of physical therapy I had my first real ride of a whooping 14 miles on Monday. Followed by 22 miles yesterday. I'm slo ... Read More »
Looking for a hybrid bike with the best set up for a bad knee. I ride a comfort bike now. Looking to get more speed without spinning out in lower gears ect... I was told I need to find a bike that has 10 speeds, a cassette around 12/32 and crankshaft of 50/34. A lot of this is Greek to me. Also if i ... Read More »
What angle is your preference? Or your bike fitter's preference? I just bought this, and plan to use it to help my daughter dial in her position. My own fitter used 30 degrees for me, and it feels perfect.
I think the subtlety here is how you position the entire leg to measure full extension. Sho ... Read More »