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SABLONA

the cleat compass that shows all pedal references

THE Cleat Multitool

the best possible cleat position
on the cycling shoes

THE CLEAT ADVIZR

FEATURES

LIMITS

RULER

AXLES

ANGLES

SPINDLE LENGHT

CLEAT COLORS

FEATURES

CRANK LENGHT

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V-I-A CONCEPT

The natural foot position determines the alignment of the cleats. We call it “V-II-A principle”

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V

 

When you look down to your own feet,

they are rotated outward (V)

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II

 

When you look down to your own feet,

they are parallel (II).

F

A

 

When you look down to your own feet,

they are rotated inward (A).

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ANATOMICAL

The big toe joint determines the fore-aft position

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MPJ

The metatarsophalangeal joint is the key point and central starting position in the longitudinal direction. Along the longitudinal axis of the foot, the foot is centered on the pedal or slightly further forward towards the toes or further pointed towards the heel.

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LMPJ

The counterpart on the inner side of the foot is the little toe metatarsal joint. It represents the rearmost limit of the cleat position, unless a midfoot position is explicitly desired.

 

INCH

The middle distance between these two joints represents the desired pedal axis position. In this area between these metatarsophalangeal joints, the pedal axis is finally located.

Accessoires and features:

Ruler & Measure tool

Transfer of MPJ

Extend the line

from the metatarsophalangeal joint

to the shoebase with the 90° ruler

Distance from Saddle to axle

Take the rigtht horizontal saddle position

by using the

axle-saddle-plumb distance

Stem lenght

Measure the

stem

lenght

Use the cutouts

Mark relevant points and positions

directly on the

shoesole

Flip over

Use this side

which represents

your pedal

Use this bothsided angle

for

heel adjustment

Crank lenght

If you can`t read the cranklenght – which you usually find on the inside of the crank arm – use the tool

RECOMMENDATIONS

Narrow or wider

The natural distance between the feet is directly related to the hip width.
The stance width can probably become larger because of more thigh circumference, but usually the anatomical
pelvic width also corresponds to the hip width.
The shoe alignment sidewards orientates to this distance.

 

 

regular Q-factors

52/53 mm

wider Q-factors

55/ 56 mm

axle extensions

15 cm

Fore or Aft

The position of the pedal axle is also depending on the shoe size

The distance from the metatarso-phalangeal-joint to the pedal axle varies.
The foot length is one variable.
Recommended orientation distances from the big toe joint are listed below:

36-38

8-10 mm behind hallux

39-41

9-12 mm behinbd hallux

42-43

10-15 mm behind hallux

44-45

12-18 mm behind hallux

46-47

14-20 mm behind hallux

Designed and made in Austria