Positioning Cleats on Cycling Shoes


New Member
Mar 30, 2011
Next to saddle sores, foot pain is the second most annoying discomfort while cycling. I’ve found myself at a real disadvantage in this regard due to my wide, awkwardly shaped feet. The outside edges of my feet have tailor bunions that easily blister and I have to cover it with moleskin before every ride. But even if you haven’t been skeletally burdened like me, you may find cycling shoes causing you a lot of stress. For starters, where are you supposed to put the damn cleats?

The simple answer is that the ball of your feet should be directly over the pedal spindles. If you’re worried about missing your target when you drill your holes, try the procedure below. READ MORE -->READ MORERE