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Old July 11th 03, 06:42 AM
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There was someone at last years CAl MUNi weekend named Scott that rides
a yellow MUni. He wore an inexpensive pair of men's plain toed shoes
for MUni. They had softish rubber soles. He really liked wearing them
and the heal helped lock his feet in on down hills.

I think veteran MUNieers know this person.

He rode down Mailboxes with these, so they can really help.

I have been wearing leather round toed leather Clarks shoes for over two
years to work every day. On one occasion I practiced during lunch while
wearing them. I was actually surprised how well the heel helped to lock
your foot in and the flat sole was soft enough to grip the pedals.


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