Spinning Bike Shoes - Bicycle Helmet Clip Art.
Spinning Bike Shoes
- (Bike shoe) Cycling shoes are shoes purpose-built for cycling. There are a variety of designs depending on the type and intensity of the cycling for which they are intended.
- creating thread
- (spin) a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)
- The action or process of converting fibers into thread or yarn
- (spin) revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis; "The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy"
New Old Shoes
Always wanted a pair of Diadoras. Got 'em!
When I bought my first cycling shoes, the cleats were a separate purchase. The recommended installation advice was:
* Ride the bike with the new shoes for 50 miles or so.
* Check-see where the pedal marked the shoe.
* The cleat needed to line up with those markings.
* Best to find a cobbler to do the actual installation.
Sidi claims to have been the first shoe maker with a mounting plate for a cleat, round 'bout 1973. I won't dispute that; it seems about right and may actually correspond with my memory. Regardless, the change greatly improved the installation practice; by the late 70s everyone was selling either some sort of mounting system or an integrated cleat.
Then Time & Look changed everything again, and the MTB folks added their spin. Sometimes it seems like everything I know about bicycling's gone obsolete....
swedish ivy spinning
My friend, Cory, gave me some Swedish Ivy today (from a vase of stems from her mother). That's two stems stuck in a plastic water bottle, wedged in with my bag and (work) shoes.
I love the look of the brick road, as I cut through UNL campus. A paved street would not have looked nearly as cool, IMHO.
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