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Correctly profiled insoles that support the foot in its entirety, eliminate movement in the shoe and make sure that energy is not wasted but transferred into forward motion.

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Developed by

UK Biomechanics

Experts at

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Insoles for Cycling Shoes


Most cycling shoes are supplied with a generic footbed that provides little or no arch support and permits too much movement in the shoe.


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Over Pronation

This can lead to a range of pronation related conditions such as Plantar Fasciitis, Shin Splints and Achilles Tendonitis, as well as blisters.


The foot is perfectly capable of dealing with the stresses of cycling across all disciplines, but there is a range of movement outside which it cannot operate effectively.

The Salford Insole

The Salford Insole was developed by clinical experts, based on UK university research and is uniquely effective at controlling pronation. It is designed to support the foot in its entirety, allowing the natural dispersion of the stresses of hard and sustained pedalling.


It will increase your biomechanical efficiency when pedalling by reducing movement within the shoe and making sure that energy is transferred into the forward movement of your bike.


It has a lifetime guarantee, is machine washable and will work consistently, indefinitely.

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Established clinical brand

Reduce foot pain and fatigue

Boost biomechanical efficiency

Individual sizes for optimum fit

Machine washable

Will never need replacing!

The Salford Insole for

Cycling Shoes




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Better than any of the £300 custom made orthotics I've bought over the years!

- David, Bristol

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