Increase Comfort & Efficiency while Reducing Risk of Injury!



Foot with forefoot inward angulation (AKA varus) must press down to meet the pedal, thus causing the chain reaction shown.

Lower leg rotates inward, causing the Knee to move in towards the bike frame, in the pedaling downstroke.

RESULT: A repetitive side-to-side movement of the knee.

The knee follows a near vertical path, reducing knee strain and potential for injury.

RESULT: A neutral foot position throughout the pedaling rotation.

The pressure point (aka "hot spot") created between the foot & pedal.

The pressure point created between the foot & pedal.