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CLEAT CARE

August 17, 2021

TIEM Slipstream in black

 So you got the shoes, and you’re loving what they’re doing for your ride? (You know all those good things like improved power, greater muscle engagement and increased support?) The next step is to take care of these beauties so they last you for many sweaty rides! Here’s how:

1. Regular screw checks. Ensuring cleat screws are tight and secure every few rides helps to ensure you have a safe, smooth experience every time. Tighten and adjust on your own or ask our front desk to check and tighten for you. Cleats should be as tight as possible at all times.

2. Cleat alignment checks. Cleat should be aligned with the ball of your foot and then tightened so that it doesn’t slide or rotate. (That sliding and rotating is how you sometimes see those random riders with a shoe totally stuck in their clip!) Again, we can help you at the front desk with this one too.

Give ’em a little love and those cycle shoes (TIEM brand or not) should love you right back! Don’t have a pair yet? Shop our collection here or email us to inquire.

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