Northwave Spike Shoes

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The Northwave Spike is perfect for weekend mountain bike riding or spin class.Two Velcro straps keepThe shoe snug on your feet.The uppers are constructed with airmesh, which helps keep feet breezy. A bit heavierThan its more expensive siblings,This shoe still embodiesThe same high end quality. Closure: Velcro straps Intended Use: Mountain Cleat Compatibility: SPD, 2 Hole Eur 39 39.5 40 40.5 41 41.5 42 42.5 43 43.5 44 44.5

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Sheared the shoe spike from the thread, how to remove from shoe?

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? about Spank Spike pedals

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Should my Spike Pedals be flush aganist my SLX cranks?

I got a new set of Spank Spike pedals on warranty from Jenson. I broke a part, like a collar, on the axle of my old set. When I installed the new set there is a gap between the pedals and SLX cranks, maybe 1 mm, or credit card thickness or less, but it is not flush against the cranks. The old Sp ... Read More »

WTB Frequency I-23 rim or Spank Spike Race Evo 28 rim

Hello all, I have finally managed to narrow down the list of rims I like to these 2: WTB Frequency I-23 and Spank Spike Race Evo 28 I would like to use them on a hardtail which I use as a an all-round bike (commuter, xc, trail and some light all-mountain) and I also weigh about 100Kg (220 lbs) ... Read More »

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