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Avenir Toe Clip/Strap Set

by Avenir
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Price: $5.08 - $9.76
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  • Composite-molded toe clips in size SM/MD
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Avenir Toe Clip/Strap Set

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002BVXZFS
  • Item model number: 66-27-200-M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,942 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The product comes with no instructions.
GBF
The toe clip was just the thing I needed because the straps offer excellent grip to my injured foot.
Jerry Tharpe
They were easy very easy to install. great product.
Carlos

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By khc on June 10, 2011
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Got a Schwinn Volare clone [the "Varsity," but not the 1970s vintage model], which comes with inexpensive FPO pedals. These Avenir toe clips fit fine. Note that they are "footed" left and right specific, as there is a very slight cant to the clips. Also, these FPO pedals are made to accept the clip in a specific way. The pedals have a wrap-around metal perimeter. One side of the pedal's OUTBOARD perimeter is "slotted" to accept a clip strap...the INBOARD side of pedal has a small metal "keeper"...the clip strap treads through the slot, under the resin body, and up between the keeper and pedal perimeter...then, the strap enters the top slots of the toe clip itself before terminating at the hardware.

I pull UP on the strap end to snug up the toe clip strap...to loosen, I reach down and use my thumb to PUSH the buckle lever OUTBOARD. When riding I can always release by moving my foot rearward & slightly outboard. In daily & routine riding, I seldom fiddle with the straps.

Note: you will have to remove the "front" pedal reflector to mount these clips. But, if your pedals have those NARROW orange reflectors, you can pry out the reflector material from the frame, and reinsert it into the front/lower assembly of the toe clip (which will then cover the slotted machine bolts).

The toe clip seems to be made of high-impact plastic composite, and seems very sturdy [I did smack it, and twist it around). It is easy to get into, and get out of, and the L/XL fits my cross-training 11.5 EEEE shoe well.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lance Pickup on October 4, 2011
Size Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
I bought these toe clips to replace the original set I bought with my bike after one of those failed. I'm not sure what brand the original set was, but they look very similar to this set and install the exact same way, so fortunately I had a model to go by when installing these. Otherwise yes, I agree that without instructions I would have been stuck! I took some pictures of the process, but I think I can quickly describe the installation process very simply here:

1 You will need to remove one of the reflectors from your pedal. On my pedals this is done by removing 2 nuts BEHIND the reflector and the entire reflector holder comes off, exposing 2 screw holes that you will mount the toe clips to. Unfortunately these clips do not appear to be compatible with my reflector system so I had to forgo the reflector on the front of the pedal (not a big deal, the back one is more critical anyway). While you're at it, also make sure your pedals are not "solid" and have slits running through the middle of the pedal across the width of it. You will see 2 of them, 1 on each side of the central hub. You will feed the straps through one of these slits. If you don't see the slits, you will not be able to use this toe clip and should buy a pedal/clip combination instead.

2 Holding one of the straps, start at the outside of the pedal with the logo on the strap facing down and feed through the front slit (adjacent to where the reflector was you took off) all the way through to the inboard side of the pedal.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By seven11 on November 2, 2011
awesome durable toe clips. i've had these for 2 years, on 2 of my bikes. sturdy, tough, i've scraped/bumped it on the ground and concrete plenty here around southern california and they held up perfectly.

a better description is needed on this amazon site though, to help with sizing. my set of Small/Medium measure 2-5/8 inch (68mm) from the end of the toe clip to where it mounts to the pedal. I wear a size 10 shoe (converse/keds)and it is a good fit (ball of foot over pedal axle).

anyone know what the L/XL measures?

recommended, and the price is great. only gripe? it doesn't come in other colors, i would purchase more, if it came in white.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Misso on July 3, 2011
Size Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
I was having a great deal of trouble with my feet sliding off the pedals on our tandem - which alway caused my husband problems on the front of the bike. Even rubber soled shoes, and spikey pedals didn't help. I tried these clips and they work beautifully. They are snug, but not tight around my feet, and they gave me a sense of "secure" that I never had before. It's super easy to slide your foot backward out of them if you need to put your foot down in a hurry. The only annoyance is they give weight to the pedal and always turn down so when you get on you have to work the pedal around with your foot to be able to slide into the clip. I highly recommend them, especially for the stoker so your sliding feet can't unbalance the front rider. Great pice and great value.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LudaTB40 on October 28, 2013
Size Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
If you're a commuter or recreational cyclist, this is the most cost effective way to step up your cycling game without the high cost of investment in clipless pedals and shoes. For $10, you can increase the efficiency of your bike by utilizing the previously unused up-stroke and pedal in a full circle. It will take a little while to adjust (I still catch myself only exerting force on the down-stroke), but once you get the hang of it, you will really start to fly. The other benefit of using toe clips is you'll never slip off your pedals when hitting a bump again. Blood running down your leg may be a badge of toughness for some, but I prefer to keep my blood inside my body.

My last set of clips finally broke after about 20 years of use (over time, the plastic becomes brittle), but the Avenir design appears to add additional material in some of the weaker points to increase durability and prevent structural fatigue.

The clips installed easily on two different types of pedals I had, and took me about 20 minutes with the an adjustable wrench, allen wrenches and screwdriver (adjusting the strap took me the most time; the clips install quickly with just a couple bolts).

Bottom line: Get many of the benefits of clipless pedals but at a fraction of the cost. Increase efficiency and speed for $10 and 30 minutes of labor. They really lock you in to become one with the bike. If I'm cycling for a workout, I'm feeling the burn in leg muscles that were previously unused in down-stroke pedaling, so you get an even better workout in a shorter period of time.
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