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Re: 2012 upgrades 2 years ago #42563

I love my $50 eggbeaters! Much more than I ever liked my Shimano's.
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Re: 2012 upgrades 1 year, 9 months ago #43236

kb voodoo wrote:
kb voodoo wrote:
bennymack wrote:
I'm getting a set of candy 3's to test my hypothesis that if there's something there to support my foot other than the cages then they'll actually last a little longer. Will probably help prevent the large gouges in the bottom of my shoes as well. I actually wore through the metal egg beater shoe shields in one season.


Definitely let us know how those hold up. I'm tired of buying new Eggbeaters, but I don't want to totally switch away from them either.


Update: The Candy's definitely hold up better than standard Eggbeaters.


Update to the Update: The Candy's are still going strong. I would have burned through two sets of standard Eggbeaters by now.
The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...

Re: 2012 upgrades 1 year, 1 month ago #44198

kb voodoo wrote:
kb voodoo wrote:
kb voodoo wrote:
bennymack wrote:
I'm getting a set of candy 3's to test my hypothesis that if there's something there to support my foot other than the cages then they'll actually last a little longer. Will probably help prevent the large gouges in the bottom of my shoes as well. I actually wore through the metal egg beater shoe shields in one season.


Definitely let us know how those hold up. I'm tired of buying new Eggbeaters, but I don't want to totally switch away from them either.


Update: The Candy's definitely hold up better than standard Eggbeaters.


Update to the Update: The Candy's are still going strong. I would have burned through two sets of standard Eggbeaters by now.


Update to the updated Update: I can't believe these pedals are still alive.
The 1970's: No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer mom's. It's just how we rolled...
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