How To Know When To Replace Your Cleats | GCN's Cycling Tips
How Often Should You Replace Cycling Shoes?
Running shoes are easy. You retire them after six months, 300 to 400 miles, or when they’re falling apart at the seams—whichever happens first. But what about those other workout shoes that are made of carbon and don’t pound the pavement, but spin ’round and ’round sans impact?
Replacing cycling shoes every few years will probably work, says Eric Doyne, a spokesperson for Shimano cycling equipment. After all, your cycling shoes are practically impossible to walk in, meaning their super-stiff soles get very little wear. The big, triangle cleats, however, wear out faster. Constant clipping-in and clipping-out can wear down the plastic pieces and make detaching far too easy for riders who don’t want to dismount mid-ride.
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