I found them easy enough to fit but I'm sure many won't.I have a mate who takes his SPDs/shoes to someone else to fit as he is adamant it's beyond his skill levelValbrona wrote: ↑15 Sep 2021, 8:56pm After having fitted the pedals and cleats ... I've lost the will to go out and set them up.
Really, you need a home trainer to do most of the set up on. And a carpeted floor so as not to damage the cleats without their covers.
There is no indication whatsoever, anywhere on the planet I suspect, as to the Q Factor of these pedals. Although I note the standard Wahoo Speedplays come in 53mm Q.
I agree that you need an indoor trainer to do a rough set up but I did the final adjustments after testing on the road.I got mine sorted after two 30 milers.For me it is really noticable,with the absence of any aching,having a wider stance on the bike
I seem to remember reading somewhere that the Q-factor for my Zeros has not changed since Wahoo bought them so I would think that it will be 53mm also.