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Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

clipless pedals
A popular way to attach your feet to the pedals for efficient pedaling is adding toe clips and straps, basically bolt-on cages and straps that form a harness to hold the feet. Another option is clipless pedals. Two parts make up the typical system, the pedal and the cleat. The pedal attaches to the crankarm, the cleat attaches to the shoe sole. Then, much like using ski bindings, you simply step on the pedals to click in and ride. To exit, you twist your heels sideways, which causes the pedals to release the cleats. Practice getting in and out before hitting the road or trail because it takes a little learning to get used to clipless pedals.

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J&S Cyclery's daily tip

Seat Angle Is Important, Too - One of the simplest seat adjustments is angling the seat slightly up or down. But, never set the nose more than three degrees lower (women often prefer slightly tipped-down seats) or higher (men often prefer slightly tipped-up seats) than parallel. Rest a straightedge on the saddle's top while making adjustments so you can gauge the amount you're tipping it and keep it within the three-degrees range. If you tip it further, you risk discomfort -- even injury.

 
J&S Cyclery | 1293 N. Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935 | 321-254-2888
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