The stock SH51 cleats are more than adequate for road riding and touring.
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The facts are there already folks. Makers such as trek, surly, salsa and others are stating bikes are made from Cro-Mo steel and laymen such as the people who have responded to my post believe that all Cro-Mo steels are the same. The fact is that without some sort of certification I can call anything I want to cro-Mo steel. And the cro-mo steel they are using has no certifications. Those are the facts like it or not. I'm not a conspiracy theorist. Uncertified cro-Mo steel is not a commodity item. I guess I'm living in a fantasy world called, "reality".
Some of the responses to this post are WAY out in left field and just not worth answering.
Go to Google maps, click on the 3 lines next to the city search box. Click on bicycling. All paths, trails and shared streets will appear.
What bike are you using? If cross, or MTB is available, then take gravel roads. More scenic, safer (In my opinion).
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