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I ride with large mt bike pedals and do not use clipless. I am looking for hard sole touring shoes
with gripping soles. Any suggestions? Thanx Marty
 
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Cletus D . Lee

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
> I ride with large mt bike pedals and do not use clipless. I am looking for hard sole touring shoes
> with gripping soles. Any suggestions?

Suggestion 1: Go with clipless Suggestion 2: Go for the Eggbeaters. IMO the best clipless for
touring. Suggestion 3: Diadora Voyager shoes. Walkable, touring shoes with recessed cleats.
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> Suggestion 1: Go with clipless Suggestion 2: Go for the Eggbeaters. IMO the best clipless for
> touring. Suggestion 3: Diadora Voyager shoes. Walkable, touring shoes with recessed cleats.

Cletus, Why do you think that eggbeaters are the best for touring?
 
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Cletus D . Lee

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
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> > Suggestion 1: Go with clipless Suggestion 2: Go for the Eggbeaters. IMO the best clipless for
> > touring. Suggestion 3: Diadora Voyager shoes. Walkable, touring shoes with recessed cleats.
>
> Cletus, Why do you think that eggbeaters are the best for touring?
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Simple design, simple low profile cleat. Recessed into a walkable shoe, they (and SPD) can manage
the occassional off bike tourist thing with out damage or damaging the nice museum floor. 8 entry
points as opposed to one or two on SPDs and others. Easy entry and exit.
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Cletus D. Lee Bacchetta Giro Lightning Voyager http://www.clee.org
- Bellaire, TX USA -
 
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