You're doing donuts in the parking lot, that's awesome!The front tire will hit the shoes if I make sharp turn under power?
Yeah...this was over a year ago so I'm pretty sure he's got it sorted or figured out it doesn't matter. 650c bikes are definitely not a good idea for a 'normal' size person, and you obviously can't mount 650 wheels on a 700c frame. Neither is messing w/ cleat position to get clearance. All in all not great advice in any way.fragale37, if you are having problems with toe overlap and you want to fix this try the following.
- Look at cleat placement on the shoe to more the cleat more towards the front, but you may sacrifice power, stability, and wear out you calves more quickly.
- Look at your wheelset. If you are at 700, try renting a 650 and seeing if this is better. Wheelset goes hand in hand with bike sittings for smaller frames bikes.
- Use heel down when you are going slow enough to worry about toe overlap.