A unique, robust ovoid form for strength and durability. With a flexible, shape-memory arch
that prevents stress points. A quick-release branch that frees the foot in the event of a fall.
A shockabsorbing sole that absorbs impact and releases tension in the knees and joints. Optional spikes for improved grip. Perfectly balanced with a low centre of gravity. It all adds up to unparalleled safety, stability and comfort. Three customisable parts with a choice of 15 colours.
Three customisable parts with a choice of 15 colours.
No weak point Stainless steel flexible arch that complies with tensile and fatigue tests certified by an approved centre.
Two types of interchangeable eyelets provided for traditional or perpendicular positioning.
Flexible branchThe foot can be released in the event of a fall.
Smooth ridingThanks to the shock absorbing system.
Several customisable areas with a choice of 15 colours.
Available in two versions Pro: with spikes. Soft: with elastomer sole.
The shape is weird ! What is the use of the bottom part under the tread ?
To ensure the safety of the rider with a single-branch polymer stirrup, it is necessary to put a metal insert to reinforce it. Mechanics of material show that the ability to withstand stresses and strains is lower when a right angle exists (like the standard metal inserts). Unlike stirrups that use an L-shaped design for their insert, our Ellipse stirrup uses a stainless steel C-shaped insert which acts like a flexible bow making it unbreakable. In addition to its high strength, the Ellipse stirrups provide maximum support at the end of the tread, where the force is most applied. The bottom part under the tread is the bottom of the C-shape metal insert.
Are these stirrups really unbreakable ?
We have developed and patented a C-shape metal insert inside the Ellipse stirrup that make it unbreakable. For this reason we offer an unlimited warranty to users on the metal insert (see instructions for details).
How can you tell right from left ?
It's very simple, the letters "R" (right) and "L" (left) are engraved on the inside of the flexible branch that must always face outwards when riding. Also take note of the fitting orientation (front / rear) of the stirrup. The wide soleplate is indeed bevelled on the side where you enter your foot to find the right position and take full advantage of the shock absorption system.
How do you set up the 45° eyelets on the ELLIPSE stirrups
In order to distinguish the right stirrup from the left stirrup, the letters "R" (right) and "L" (left) are engraved on the flexible branch that must always be on the outside. In a nutshell: The "R + R" eyelets with the "R" flexible branch and the "L + L" eyelets with the "L" flexible branch
Can you change the soles ?
As with all our stirrups equipped with the shock absorbing system, Ellipse soles are not interchangeable. They exist in 2 versions: SOFT version for a maximum comfort, or PRO version for ultra grip with stainless spikes.
How much do they cost in store?
Retail price for Ellipse SOFT starts from 189 € and for Ellipse PRO (with spikes) from 199 €.
Can we change the spikes when they are worn?
There is no possibility to replace the spikes. These are made of stainless steel and slightly oversized to increase their lifetime.
Are the 2 eyelet models supplied with a pair of stirrups?
Absolutely. The stirrups are factory-fitted with open eyelets (45° stirrups) but you can replace them with conventional eyelets supplied along with a tool (allen wrench)