[url=http://www.bikeradar.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=19732009#p19732009]The Rookie[/url] wrote:
It would be a daft idea, the cleats would be exposed and walking on them hard, also you will have the foot a long way above the pedal, just get cheap SPD shoes such as Aldi/Lidl or Decathlon sell or you can get in the various sales.
Still looks like a terrible idea. Cycling shoes are stiff for a reason.
And it's pedals. Pedals.
[url=http://www.bikeradar.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=19732144#p19732144]The Rookie[/url] wrote:
Awefull, compare the depth frm sole of foot to cleat to proper shoes, that rolling action will have a crippling effect on the ankles, those screws wouldn't hold in all soles (Vibram for example) and would probably rip out, the kit is about 50% dearer than a pair of shoes as well.
Stop being a tightwad and buy some shoes from a pedlar, though you may have missed out, Decathlon had some for £13 recently but not now, so you may have to look for bargains.