- Clipless MTB Pedals – degrees of float..
I have a dodgy knee (cartledge removed years ago) and I use Time pedals due to their floatyness as it seems to be quite particular about the angle it’s at – if it’s held at an angle it doesn’t like it hurts.
If the knee joint is ‘unstable’, have you tried physio to increase the muscle strength/stability around it?Posted 5 years agogears_suckMember
Maybe you should find the position which best suites your knee and adjusting your cleat to that.Posted 5 years ago
Eggbeaters have varying degrees of release. 15 or 20deg depending on which way round you fit the cleats and hold with softer lateral tension than spd. Meaning less twisting strength required to unclip. This might put less strain on your knee, but you have less adjustment with eggbeater cleat position.
Trial and error.
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