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05-10-2015 05:54 PM
boarderaholic Yaaayyy. More forums! Thanks!
05-09-2015 10:42 PM
tanscrazydaisy
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What's a good resource to start doing research into clipless pedals? I am starting to consider that as an option, but I'm not sure what sort of information I need for that. Conversely, do you guys have any recommendations for me?

Www.mtbr.com
05-05-2015 04:57 PM
deagol
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Originally Posted by boarderaholic View Post
Yeah, this is one of those things I'm willing to try. I'm noticing I'm twisting my legs and feet weird on the pedal and it's just super awkward.
this becomes second nature after a while and once you master it, you won't even need to think about it...
05-05-2015 04:28 PM
mojo maestro Best Shimano's you can afford. They have tension adjustment screws and are rebuildable.
05-05-2015 04:01 PM
boarderaholic
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I know that the majority of people have gone that way, but to me for mountain bike riding I like being able to remove my foot quickly from the "cage" old school pedal setup that I use. Had a few friends tip over struggling to twist their foot out of the clipless.
Yeah, this is one of those things I'm willing to try. I'm noticing I'm twisting my legs and feet weird on the pedal and it's just super awkward.
05-05-2015 03:13 PM
poutanen
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What's a good resource to start doing research into clipless pedals?
I know that the majority of people have gone that way, but to me for mountain bike riding I like being able to remove my foot quickly from the "cage" old school pedal setup that I use. Had a few friends tip over struggling to twist their foot out of the clipless.
05-05-2015 02:44 PM
deagol I went for Shimano after breaking some Speedplay Frogs... you can smack the Shimanos into rocks without much chance of damage.

but: it's still not "really" mountainbike season here.. too wet & rainy. Still can do snowboarding if you are willing to earn your turns..

YMMV
05-05-2015 02:38 PM
boarderaholic What's a good resource to start doing research into clipless pedals? I am starting to consider that as an option, but I'm not sure what sort of information I need for that. Conversely, do you guys have any recommendations for me?
05-01-2015 05:25 PM
Mystery2many
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Here you go. your welcome.... for the trail and the intro to the website.... This website is amazing for traveling and biking.....

The Divide Trail Epic Mountain Bike Trail, Steamboat Springs, CO
Hell yeah! Thank you. Definitely gonna hit that up.
04-30-2015 07:11 PM
Argo Here you go. your welcome.... for the trail and the intro to the website.... This website is amazing for traveling and biking.....

The Divide Trail Epic Mountain Bike Trail, Steamboat Springs, CO
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