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We just received out Bike today and my wife is having trouble clipping out. She couldn't get out so she had to just leave the shoes clipped in. Is there a way to get the shoes clipped out using just our hands. I hope my question makes sense.

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We just received out Bike today and my wife is having trouble clipping out. She couldn't get out so she had to just leave the shoes clipped in. Is there a way to get the shoes clipped out using just our hands. I hope my question makes sense.

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It's easier to clip out while wearing the shoe when the pedal is at the bottom 6 o'clock position. If it's already off grab the heel and twist away from the bike with some force and it should come loose. Here's a video that may be helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-ydO2WZ4sI
 

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We just received out Bike today and my wife is having trouble clipping out. She couldn't get out so she had to just leave the shoes clipped in. Is there a way to get the shoes clipped out using just our hands. I hope my question makes sense.

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Hi. On the bottom center of the peloton pedals is a setting to loosen/tighten the connection between the cleat on your shoe and the pedal. You will see a plus (+) and minus (-) where you need to insert an Allen wrench. Turn the wrench counter clockwise to the minus and keep retrying clipping in and out until you achieve the “grip” that works!
 

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I had that happen alot in the beginning and I just twisted with my hands and shoe came loose. I clipped in for years on road bike without issue so I am guessing Peloton bike peddls are really tight? I used loosened them re-advice above and that helped.
 

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The pedals have an adjustment screw, it requires a small allen key, give it a few twist to loosen the spring and it should be pretty easy to clip out. Also ensure your clips are adjust towards the ball of your foot.
 
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