Road Bike Shoes for Men - By Brand
| Adidas | Bont | Bontrager | Cannondale | Carnac | D2 Shoes | Diadora | Diamant | Dromarti | Exustar | Forte | Gaerne | Lake | Louis Garneau | Marresi | Mavic | Nalini | Nike | Northwave | Pearlizumi | Pinnacle | RBC Sport | Rocket 7 | Scattante | Scott | Shimano | Simmons Racing | Specialized | Spiuk | Sidi | Time | Vittoria | XPEDO |
Haven't been able to find Adidas Cycling Shoes? Here's why...
Adidas acquired Salomon Group, in 1997. Salomon Group was the parent company of Mavic. In August 2003 Adidas-Salomon merged its Mavic and Adidas Cycling companies into Mavic-Adidas Cycling. Mavic-Adidas Cycling was responsible for the design, marketing, sales and distribution of all Mavic and Adidas branded cycling product. In 2005, Salomon Group was sold to a Finnish holding company. Mavic continued to design and produce Adidas brand cycling products under a licensing agreement through 2008. In 2008 when the agreement was up, Mavic declined to renew the agreement and launched a complete range of cycling shoes and apparel under the Mavic brand name. Consumer sales of cycling products under the Adidas brand name were discontinued in 2008.
Up-date 2010 Mavic Cycling Footwear:
Mavic currently produces a full range of cycling footwear. Click here to see their complete line of road cycling shoes.
Up-date Adidas Cycling Footwear:
Adidas, will be the Official sponsor of Sky Pro Cycling, supplying apparel and accessories to the team. Adidas has developed a range of both on and off-bike products that will be available to consumers in early summer 2010
Adidas buys Five Ten. Five Ten is a US based company that is famous for its proprietary "sticky soled" shoes, first used in rock climbing. FIve Ten makes shoes for BMX, freeride and fixed-gear riders.