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I am new too Peloton and have noticed when I clip out, (which takes a lot of work) that my cleats move a little out of place, like on an angle. Is this normal because it we use force to clip out? Or is this unusual?

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I am new too Peloton and have noticed when I clip out, (which takes a lot of work) that my cleats move a little out of place, like on an angle. Is this normal because it we use force to clip out? Or is this unusual?

Any help appreciated!
Did you ever get your problem resolved. Just curious because I’m having similar problems.
 

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Hi. It sounds like you need to loosen the tension on the pedals and just make sure the cleats are screwed tightly into the sole of your shoes.
I have done both and still having the same issues. I believe they are sending the bikes set up way too tight for the cleats to click in and out.
 

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Do you mean the actual cleat moves on the shoe or the cleat wiggles a little when you clip in and out? All cleats have what's called float. If you have your cleat to a high degree of float, then yes, it will feel like it's moving when you clip in and out. However, that does not mean that the cleat is actually loose from your shoe. If the cleat is actually moving on your shoe, there's probably something wrong with you cleat, shoe, or both if you've tightened it fully. The stock Peloton shoes have red Look Delta cleats, with 9 degrees of float, which is a lot.
 

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Do you mean the actual cleat moves on the shoe or the cleat wiggles a little when you clip in and out? All cleats have what's called float. If you have your cleat to a high degree of float, then yes, it will feel like it's moving when you clip in and out. However, that does not mean that the cleat is actually loose from your shoe. If the cleat is actually moving on your shoe, there's probably something wrong with you cleat, shoe, or both if you've tightened it fully. The stock Peloton shoes have red Look Delta cleats, with 9 degrees of float, which is a lot.
No, I just can't click out now. My husband has a nother brand and his click in and out just fine. Wondering if I need to just buy new shoes.
 

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I am new too Peloton and have noticed when I clip out, (which takes a lot of work) that my cleats move a little out of place, like on an angle. Is this normal because it we use force to clip out? Or is this unusual?

Any help appreciated!
I am having the same issue. I have only had the bike for 3 weeks. I am a former endurance triathlete with years of experience with both speedplay and SPD. I cannot clip out and my cleat moves. The shoes seem like heaps of junk! I have never had trouble clipping out of any of my road bikes! Something is not right.
 

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