Your road cycling shoes should give you efficient power transfer, be comfortable and look good. My review of 10 models uncover the best ones for your feet.
Road bike shoes should transfer your power efficiently, fit comfortably, look good, and be reasonably priced. The best ones I’ve reviewed do all of that.
If you are one of the growing number of cyclists buying road disc bikes now, you’ve probably asked yourself…which road disc wheelset would be a real upgrade at a reasonable price?
SHOEspiracy, a new feet-first documentary by barefoot/minimal shoe maker Vivobarefoot (1.) provided me with insights on the factors behind the unproven theory on which the design and modification of the rigid plastic ski boot is based that supporting and immobilizing the foot of a skier in neutral places it in the strongest position for skiing. […]
Just over 8 years ago I finally reached a point where the Sidi Dominator 5 cycling shoes I wore on the tandem needed to be replaced. While the uppers were in fine shape, the molded-in lug soles had worn-down to where they were no longer protecting the cleats / keeping the cleats from damaging floors. […]
Whether you’re new to DC UL or you’ve been around a while, there’s no doubt that you’ve been a part of a conversation about shoes at one time or another. ULers love to talk about their shoes. Wide shoes, zero drop shoes, trail running shoes, waterproof shoes, and more shoes. After all, your feet do […]
On’s CloudTec cushioning gets an update.
We continue our Year In Review with Part Four. Please check out the other posts if you are just joining us. Shorts Did you have some shorts that aren’t quite as comfortable as others? Maybe they work for shorter rides but not the longer rides. Cycling shorts do wear out. Their chamois breaks down and […]
Sometimes simple is better. That’s certainly the case with the new COR training shoes from Topo Athletic. The first thing I noticed when my test pair arrived was that they were all black. The entire shoe is completely black, including the logo on the sides. Topo doesn’t even have a fancy, proprietary name for the […]
Training vs Buying Watts When I purchased my Focus Cayo 105 bicycle from wiggle.com back in 2009, I promised myself that I would not be one of those cyclists with “all the gear and no idea”. I bought the bike knowing it would have a decent carbon frame with aggressive race geometry that would enable […]
The Brooks GTS remains true to its Acronym being the ‘Go To Shoe’ – As a pronator, I’ve been loyal to this shoe for the last couple of years and find them really comfortable. The GTS shoe is a high mileage, every day stability trainer with maximum support. I’ve currently been wearing mine for Marathon […]
Lightweight, waterproof and durable, the Roclite 315 GTX trail runners are designed to absorb the worst of the trail while providing excellent traction and comfort. This is my review: The Roclites are built to be durable, yet lightweight. Part of the way Inov has achieved this is through layering of materials. The X-PROTEC upper is […]