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pedal cleats

I know there was a post about this a few weeks back. When I out on the bike using the toe clip pedals, my right foot was going numb. The left was always fine.

I've now go clipless pedals and while its not as bad, my foot still goes numb. I've got Look Keo Classics and wondered if it was the float that needed adjusted?

If it was, what to do etc?

I need to see whether its the float before consulting the doc.




  • BlinkybazBlinkybaz Posts: 1,144
    Have you considered you seat postion.

    Sounds to me like blood flow might be an issue. If it happened with your old pedals and the new ones then it could be your riding postion!

    Dont know about the float!
  • agent_tiagent_ti Posts: 306
    Definately check your saddle, saddle position and shorts. As blinkybaz said, it sounds like your cutting off blood/nerve to your foot
  • A lot of people get shoes that are two small for them without realizing it resulting in numb feet. I'd advise going to a good cycle shop with your shoes before going to the doctors.

    The guy at my shop checked that there was about a centimetre space all around my foot when the shoes were on tight. They feel baggy when I'm walking around but perfect on the bike.

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