Yesterday I went to Trak cycles to have the cleats set up properly on my shoes and to check bike setup. Good news is my cleats were out of position (a reason for my problem) and bike setup was good. Interesting setup. The fore-aft fit of the cleats is done by hand with ruler and texta, the angle and float of the cleat is done by the pedal/computer.
The computer in the bottom of the pedal detects the neutral position of your foot as you pedal, then it calculates the devation from this. It turns out that I needed 3.2 degrees of angle on one cleat and 2.8 on the other. My float was only .2 and .5 degrees so grey cleats are suited to me.
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