Footwear is important for all cyclists, probably even more so for mountain bike riders, or riders who ride in whatever climate. The Cannondale Chili Extreme MTB Shoes are made for extreme riders and rough climates. They feature Windtex, a breathable, lightweight, water and windproof membrane that keeps the cold and wet out and also provides comfort. The sole is made of nylon and reinforced with fiberglass for durability. The Cannondale Chili Extreme MTB Shoes are available at the Cannodale online store for $230….
Cyclope known distinctly throughout the fixed gear realm has connected with Veja to design a shoe manufactured for fixed gear riding. Constructed with ecological materials, for example the toe box features vegetable tanned leather for strength, and Wild Amazon sole that contains 25mm. Two colorways are available: black/red/cormin and black/blue/turquoise. Releasing January 2010, with limited to only 384 pairs.
So you’ve got your bike, helmet, shorts, and what not… So what else do you need to go out and ride? Shoes of course! The Cannondale Aerospeed Comp Cycling Shoes are a great choice. They feature a D Skin upper, secured by velcro and a Micrometric 4 Position Buckle. The morpho cage and hi vent insole help keep your foot cool and secure. A nylon glass reinforced outsole makes sure that the Cannondale Aerospeed Comp Cycling Shoes last a long time, as well as protect the bottom of your foot throughout your long rides. Puchase the Cannondale Aerospeed Comp Cycling Shoes at Cannondale for $100….
The Nike Air Zoom Tiempo, originally designed for soccer and now part of the LIVESTRONG collection, has just been revamped for the inner city cyclist some time ago and has re-released yesterday. A total of eight riders helped Nike transform the soccer shoe into a shoe tailored especially for the urban cyclist. Each color way corresponds to the hometown of its influential rider. The eight riders consisted of Kyle Demers from New York City, Jupiter Desphy from Los Angeles, Superted from London, Takaharu Okada from Tokyo, Yorgo Tloupas from Paris, Henrik Kuerschner from Berlin, Massan from San Francisco, and Lance Armstrong coming out of Austin. Together they re-designed the sneaker with a stiffer sole, which makes for an easier pedaling experience.
Starting from the far left we have London, followed by Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles.