Wheel size expert
I can't complain about the Wellgo's I've got, they look tatty and old now but only regreased them twice in the last 7 years and still running fine.
How's the toe box fit on the Ions? Any good for duck feet?I picked up some Ion Scrub Amp shoes this week and they have made an enormous difference over floppy skate shoes. I can almost get that clipped in spin motion happening and the stiffer soles makes then feel much like my Hellcats did.
tl;dr The hype is real, flats are awesome. I should have listened years ago.
I have the Shallow Hal toe thing going on, so it's hard for me to say what's normal...How's the toe box fit on the Ions? Any good for duck feet?
No broken bones?!Its weird, having never broken a bone, Xrays make me shudder..but pics like above don't have the same effect having had similar injuries over the years
But yes, that's a good'n
They are smaller diameter pin bits than the engagement thread, so they stick through holes smaller than the thread. Take a better look at the pic:That's an interesting pin arrangement. I have 2 questions for you.
1) if the new pins are thinner, how are the threads engaging the pedal body/nut?
2) have you considered longer pins on the outside of the pedal body? For me the outer edge of my foot seems to be where I place the most pressure. The pin marks on my shoes almost seem as if I am pushing my feet out and away from the bike. I had very high arches and wide feet at the toe end. Like a flipper shape or something triangular I guess.
It was very solid. We're doing Stromlo tomorrow. The boys have promised they'll come do some jumpy jumpy after a loop which I will make as short and flat as possible. When I say jumpy I mean about 3-4 feetI see they are stepped in the image. Nice. You should be getting some awesome grip from that. I had some old truvativ holzfeller pedals way back. They were savage! Such awesome grip with these pins that were about 2 or 3mm.