I will mention that in one of those other threads, somebody said that the "golfball" arch portion of the soles on their Bikilas was damaged by their pedals. I would personally not want to damage my Bikilas (or Sprints if I had them) on a bike. Anyone looking to experiment with VFF's and biking might want to use any of the other models with the all-rubber sole. Just sayin.
my evos are holding up well with my biking - just did a 40 miler the other day and 25 this AMreally getting into biking - learning alot tooi am currently having some gear issues - not sure if it is the cassette being too worn, a chain or derailer issue? i have to bring the bike in to seebig question - do i keep pouring money into this ol bike or just poney up for what i believe to be my upgrade bike - a cyclocross bikei definetly want a bike that goes faster on the road that i could use in a future road race but i also want to be able to go off road too - the bike shop guy told me a cyclocross model was the way to go - thoughts...
update - fixed mountain bike - a derailer adjustment and also picked up a road bike - a giant defy model - wow - that thing can move - lol - not used to the speed yet - tommorrow will be first real test w it - will report backthanks for the site link anderson - good deal
I also intend to go back to clipless pedals soon. One of the advantages in biking is that you can use other muscles and get more power by "lifting" the pedal on the upstroke in addition to the pushing downstroke. I haven't heard yet from anyone who has biked in VFF's and used straps to this end. If it comes recommended, I may give it a try.
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