Foot biomechanics while cycling
Since the same type of force the foot uses when walking does not apply to cycling, the actual absorption function of the foot can be omitted. When the arch of the foot is lowered, it become tired and the direct force applied to the pedal is reduced. Excessive movement of the foot in cycling shoes can lead to nerve or vascular constrictions, which manifest in tingling or numbness.
Depending on the different foot types and the special requirements they have for cycling, we have developed insoles in three different forms that support all of the feet‘s weak points.