Posts Tagged ‘pedal’


May 17, 2011

Shifter bikes out of Melbourne looking good!

Pain in the foot.

January 12, 2010

I have always sworn by clips and straps. Always. Two sets of nylon straps and a doubler is like a match made in heaven for retainers. Of late however the aforementioned coupling has been giving my plates of meat no end of gyp. It is obviously down to wearing canvas shoes in the cold and wet so now it is time for a change… I need the option to wear a ‘bigger’ more padded and more waterproofed shoe. So I need a retainer solution that is cheap and durable.

In steps my pal Hardy with his sewing skills.

These are going on today so as soon as I have chance to rip them around a bit I’ll update on how I get on but by the looks of them they are going to be just the ticket.

Cheers Hardysan, loving the buckles!

Jol Trick Steez.

July 30, 2009

For those not into clips and straps these might just be the ticket. I hated the look of ‘Feetbelts’ and everything else like them but these are great. No over the top graphics and no silly colours… perfect.


After over 6 months of testing, JOL/Gurney Straps are finally ready for launch.

We have been testing our concept of hardware-free bicycle footstraps in a number of different guises over this time and feel we have perfected this product in the culmination of the Gurney Strap.

The concept was born from straps failing at the hardware/join point so we decided to remove this element all together. Our multi-directional hook&loop layer system prevents strap movement while being infinitely adjustable.

The construction of the straps provides rigidity to allow for easy entry and keeps the foot comfortably secure while riding.

Whether for Bike Polo, Freestyle or general riding, Gurney Straps provide a solid, adjustable and comfortable solution to foot/pedal interface.

£30 from here.

Pedals anyone?

April 8, 2009


Via Tracko.

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