- SPD SL, cant get the cleat positioning right.
I’d set it up with as neutral a position as you can, then go out for a potter about and see how altering it helps.
Sometimes, some shoe drillings are just not right for you; I had a pair of DMT shoes that I really liked the look of, but I couldn’t get the cleats far enough forward on the shoes to allow me to ride as I wanted, so they had to go…Posted 4 years ago
I finally put my spd sl pedals on a few weeks ago but I cant get the cleats positioned as comfy as my old mtb style spuds. The left foot is perfect, really comfy and feels great, but I just cant get the right one comfortable at all – foot feels pointed outwards a bit too much and its not far enough back which causes cramp in the arch of my foot. The angle is also causing knee pains after riding. I have the cleat positioned as far back and angled inwards as I can get it but its not right. Is there much I can do about this, different cleats or something?
Its dhb road shoes with shimano spd sl pedals (cheapest ones) btw.Posted 4 years ago
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