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    Tap dancing with cycling shoes

    The noise the cleats make when walking on solid rock or pavement always sounds like tap dancing shoes. The left-clack, right-clack, that's enough crap sound you've heard from your bike shoes. Has anyone ever tried tap dancing with their cycling shoes? Got a video to show off?

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    I can't believe I never thought of that! As a reasonably strong male clogger, I ought to be able to make something rhythmic happen.
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    More like ice skating. Ever stepped on a freshly waxed floor with cleats?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    More like ice skating. Ever stepped on a freshly waxed floor with cleats?
    No, but tile floors and speedplay cleats... worth carrying the cafe covers for at any rate.
    mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    More like ice skating. Ever stepped on a freshly waxed floor with cleats?
    I bet it doesn't sound like tap-dancing! That's still better than stepping on other things often on the trails, particularly behind horses!

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    If you really want to look/sound like a pro tap dancer, try golf shoes.

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