No loss in power. The first ever tool for simple yet precise Installation of cleats On cycling shoes.
The critical interface. The energy that goes into cycling is transferred via the pedal, shoe and cleat. Ergonomics in this area plays a massive role. Without an ergonomic setup power and performance will be lost. Comfort will be compromised. Injury could result. Correctly installed cleats are noticeable from the first ride. The Ergon TP1 allows the accurate adjustment of the three axis which are important when installing cleats. The fore/aft position, the stance (Q-Factor) and the foot angle. It is simple, fast and effective.
The tool is completed by a small handbook. This is a guide to basic ergonomics of the foot and leg, the biomechanic consequences and a simple step by step manual for using the TP1. For expert users information is provided about maximising performance.
Material: Tech. Polypropylene
Content: TP1, handbook and reference stickers
Buy Ergon TP1 Pedal Cleat Tool Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fordfebe Resuelve tus dudas con las calas
Producto que facilita la correcta colocación de las calas, por fin las llevo bien
08 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Best Ergotool
I can admit that was a little afraid that this tool was no going to solve my problem of discomfortness wearing and cycling with SPD. I was totaly wrong I bought this from Chainreaction early of Jan2010 and I managed my SPDs so nice that I can definately say that now I can ride without ANY pain on my foot-leg muscles for long rides. It really worked for me and its totaly accurate. IAbout the procedure of allignment you need to read throughly all the provided manual and you have to make an effort to be pressice but the results are excellent and without any difficulty... I recommend that to any SPD user.
07 February 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excelent tool
With this tool I finally managed to make the right adjustments to my shoes cleats. Its the absolute ergonomic tool for the serious biker
05 February 2010