at first, I was still having some trouble clipping in and out, however after adjusting the cleat position about 7 times I got it pretty good, I rode around my yard a bit praticing until I felt comfortable.
I then went down to our local MTB reserve and hit the trails.I definitely noticed that throughout the ride they got easier to clip in and out of, perhaps the springs are just a tad tight until they wear in.
by the end of the ride I was feeling very comfortable and the extra pedal platform is really useful for getting started on an uphill slope.
I think I'll really like these.
Here it's dry and rocky with lots of thorns and things so should be very good.
I've not raced on these yet either. but have a 42km cross country coming up so that will be a good test.
In the meantime I'll be putting them through their paces on the local downhill trails.
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