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Thread: adaptive pedals for bike

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    Go to a bike shop and look at. try out toe clips and the other devices to keep feet on pedals. If she can't react fast enough to catch her balance she might be better on a trike.

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    These worked well for me: http://www.amazon.com/Zefal-Cristoph.../dp/B0048HWQKS
    I don't know if they will be small enough for her. They mostly help locating the foot front to back, and don't help much with rotation.
    C1/C2 walking quad, SCI from 4/2010

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    Toe clips and straps and if you want your foot held in place old style cycling shoes with cleats. The cleat fastens to shoe sole and has a groove cut out which sits in the rear edge of the pedal and stops foot moving. To get foot out loosen the strap and lift up. Hard to find now as most cycling shoes use a cleat where you need to twist your ankle outwards with some degree of force. http://www.yellowjersey.org/tocleat.html

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