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May 2011
10:24pm, 12 May 2011
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The pilotlight
dhb is a budget make marketed by wiggle. they produce some good stuff so the look ok. I've been riding 35 years and still find it amazing that shoes can cost a small mortgage.

shop around and get last year model at bargain prices.

just make sure that the sole is hard and firm, normally plastic and don't bend.
May 2011
10:30pm, 12 May 2011
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ivanhoe
thanks pilotlight, been having a look around these seemed to have good reviews for price
Jun 2011
11:52am, 6 Jun 2011
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The Scribbler
I was going to go for the DHB's on wiggle on recommendation but they don't have my size in stock at the moment. Is there any merit in looking at a women's specific road shoe? I've browsed around and found these http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=31708. Also any help on sizing?
Jun 2011
3:57pm, 6 Jun 2011
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sprouty76
They have the DHBs in my size - thinking about getting a pair and a set of SPD-M520s, both from Wiggle. They'll be going on an MTB for now, and then get moved to a road bike if/when I actually get one. Any thoughts before I click "Buy"? :)

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Hi,
i'm getting a road bike tomorrow (excitement!) as have been using OH's for triathlon training...

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