well my fears about the fragility of frog cleats proved correct.
My first 20 minutes of practicing dismounts has destroyed my left cleat. If I stick to road riding I've got a few weeks life left in it at best and it will be finished within a day of 'cross training.
I've stuck with frogs as my knees can't take the spring tension and centering float on Atac aliums, but I simply can not afford to drop nearly £40 every couple of months on new Frog cleats so I may have to look for an alternative.
Does anyone else find them so fragile?
Has anyone tried the womens version of time atac pedals, supposedly with less spring tension. If so how much less tension are we talking?
I believe with Shimano pedals one can adjust release tension. How low can one take it?
Is the float part of this spring tension.
Apologies as I know the subject of pedals comes up fairly often, but I'm faced with a brick wall and don't know where to look for information (from a users perspective) and don't especially relish the idea of using flat pedals.
Thanks for any help.