Tax included
Shoe Size

  Maximum quality and attention to detail

The product is entirely handmade in Italy!

  Secure payments with Paypal

Thanks to the Paypal circuit, your payments are always safe!

  Tracked shipping

We ship throughout Italy with DHL, you can monitor the status of the shipment at any time!

Specially made for cycling lovers.

The main problems and pains in the feet for those who love cycling are the following:

inflammations, musculoskeletal aches, swelling, loss of sensation, pain at the foot, burning, valgus of the back of the foot (when the ankle is flexed towards the inside of the pedal causing very high compression at the height of the 1st and 2nd metatarsal ) and metatarsalgia.

The Bike insole has been designed to solve and prevent these pains. The area of ​​the foot most affected, and put under pressure, during pedaling is the metatarsal area: therefore the Bike orthotic in this area has greater reinforcement thanks to the insertion of the Noene anti-shock material. The Noene has the function of relieving the pressure that is constantly exerted in the metatarsals, thus avoiding the pains caused by metatarsalgia or valgus of the back foot. In addition, the Bike insole allows you to have greater strength and thrust during the first phase of pedaling (the most important in terms of thrust, considering that in this phase 65% of the cyclist's muscle power is discharged). Finally, with its hypoallergenic and antibacterial Evalux perforated coating, it allows the foot to breathe and vent sweat, increasing ventilation and thus solving the problem of burning feet.

The Bike orthotic will allow you to run in maximum comfort and improve your pedaling.


For correct use of the orthotic, it is necessary to remove the sole that you find inside your shoe. In this way it will be possible to fully enjoy the benefits and comfort of our insole.


Data sheet

Cover material
Evalux Perforated Hypoallergenic and Antibacterial
Foot support

Natural latex insert
Tecnologia Interna
A.P.S. & Inserto anti-shock in Noene