Shoes help a cyclist in riding the cycle in efficient manner. It prevents the feet from injury, infections or impact from weather conditions. There are different kind of shoes like Road riding, off road and Casual.
Road riding: Road shoes have the stiffest soles, made of nylon, composite materials or carbon for maximum pedaling efficiency and minimum weight. These shoes usually
sport lightweight ventilated uppers made from leather or synthetic leathers like Lorica, with mesh for breathability.
Off road: Off-road shoes are also quite stiff and inflexible but not as much as road models. Like the road riders, off roaders want good power transfer through the shoes to the pedals. However, off-road shoes all have recessed cleats and aggressive tread patterns for those occasions when it's necessary to get off and hoof it. Some shoes even accept optional screw-in studs near the toes for grip on muddy trails. Casual riding: Shoes for casual riding are manufactured with comfort in mind, and therefore tend to be a little more flexible than their super-stiff racing brothers, as the pressure exerted on them will not be so great and they will be used for more walking. Many tourists choose casual shoes with clip less pedals because of their versatility and they may wear them for long days of riding.
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