The BIUS1 features aluminum studs for grip, yet its spring-mounted design allows the pedal body to move around relative to its own axle
BIUS1 pedals can move in and out or twist laterally, in order to accommodate the rider's leg movements
When we walk or run, our feet are able to land on the ground in whatever orientation makes life easiest for our hips, knees and ankles. When we're on a bike, however, our feet are at least somewhat held in place against the pedals. This can damage our leg joints, if they're forced to move in a stressful fashion. Germany's BioConform is now offering what it claims is a solution, in the form of its adaptable BIUS1 pedals.
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