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    Older Ritchey pedals

    I have 2 pairs of Ritchey clipless pedals. One is red which came off my '99 Specialized Stumpjumper M2 Comp and the other is black which came off my '00 GT Avalanche.

    How good are or were these pedals and does anyone have a review on them also. I plan to slap them on my '06 FOES.

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    I use 1997 ritchey WCS ti spindles. Bought them new in 97, still use them today. I've had shimano m747 and tried eggbeaters and times but I wont part with my ritcheys. It's one of thoes parts that I never think about because there is never a problem with them. I think what I like about them is that the release is progressive.

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    I like mine okay, but I find it very hard or impossible to cilp-in in mud and a lot of the time it's very hard to find the pedal platform to clip-in because it's so small. I'm currently using Ritchey Comp V2's, I think the 2001 model.
    Remember, "We're not here for a long time, we're here for a good time".-D.Ritchie

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    Let me know if you want more.

    I am sure we have a couple of pairs of those loitering around the shop. I may even have some old richey cleats, but I am sure about the pedals.

    We also have an Onza HO rear brake. Remember those?

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