I transferred my pedals from my old bike ('06 Lemond Alp De Huez) to my Cervelo RS so I know that is not the issue. The problem started about 200-250 miles after starting to ride my RS (specifically after I swapped saddles and did not go back to the LBS to have height and fore/aft adjusted until after about 100 miles of riding which I have since done - new saddle was too high and too far back). I am experiencing some discomfort in my right knee after riding, not during riding or any type of exercise, but after and when resting. I have no weakness in the knee and it has been examined and turned and pushed on and no discomfort felt at all, but feels more like a very mild 'headache' type pain in the right knee. I have and continue to stretch regularly and I have read all about the IT band and I am pretty sure that is the issue as when I had it deep massaged two days ago, it literally made my eyes water and was advised that it may take 3-4 more times of deep massaging before it loosens up completely. It did help some so I am hoping after 2-3 more rub downs, the issue will go away....but let me get to my question. My old bike was a 2001 Lemond Alp De Huez with external BB and Bontrager cranks. Are there significant difference between BB/pedal widths on different bikes? I would think they would all be interchangeable. I can't compare my old bike to my new, but should there be any significant difference in distance between pedals between my old bike with external BB and bontrager cranks and my new RS with RED BB and RED Cranks?? I just want to make sure that my feet are not significantly wider/narrower than when compared to my old bike maybe resulting in some type of misalignment.