No shoes it is. Haha. I mean normal shoes
No shoes is the way to go I use Shimano SPD cleated touring sandals.
stryker84 wrote:um, if you're just gonna be generally gadding about without being clipped in, you don't really need cycling specific shoes. they do have a stiffer base, which does help slightly with pushing down on the pedals, but you can get away with normal trainers.
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