A lightweight and simplistic way of maintaining heel placement on stationary bikes or recumbent trikes. Our heel cup, available in left or right, works to keep the foot straight and out of the chainline or frame.
The heel cup works on a sliding tube to handle most all shoe sizes. If you have a special need, we can tailor these to you!
Delivered already mated to a quality alloy and steel pedal.
Sold individually, or in pairs. Please use the drop down menu below to make your selection.
We also have a modular plug in calf support for those with prosthetic limbs or trouble with directional knee control. Call us!
Please check your pedal axle size. This one is on you to get right! Most exercise bikes and juvenile bikes have a 1/2" pedal axle. Most adult recumbent trikes and bikes are 9/16".
SO HOW DO YOU CHECK THIS:
1. Check your bikes manual, sometimes this is in there
2. Call the manufacturer or your dealer
3. Look at the end of the crank arm your pedal is screwed into. The pedal mount hole runs all the way through this arm. Look on the backside of where the pedal screws in and measure that threaded hole.
I'm glad I found this site. This adaptive heel cup pedal is exactly what I need. I bought a recumbent exercise bike and my right foot kept falling out. Due to a stroke my right foot turned out and my heel would hit the crank arm. I looked at clips and shoes that come in pairs. But with the heel cup I could use my own shoe and it holds my foot in the proper alignment. The craftsmanship and materials of the product is excellent. Now I'm able to use my exercise bike as I intended. Thank you Mark.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend