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jj23178878 wrote an answer about on March 21, 2012

That only happens when your cleats are set too far forward toward your toes and your saddle height is too high. This is forcing you to keep your calf muscles in tension almost constantly, causing the achilles to get irritated from overuse trying to stabilize your foot. It isn't the shoes!

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