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    Well done vintage pedal chronology

    With all due respects to MOMBAT and an apology for the roadie content...... I thought that I would share Speedplay's website link with you all.

    It has a brief photographic timeline for various types of vintage pedals (Including MTB).

    http://www.speedplay.com/index.cfm?f...almuseum.intro

    A nice way to waste 3 or 4 minutes on a Sunday.

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    Very cool! There's a lot of pedals in there that I have not heard of before. Shimano is suspiciously under represented though. But it's well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    Shimano is suspiciously under represented though.
    Definitely, like not represented at all in the mtb pedal guide. I know I still have my 1993 737s mounted on my Mantis. I did just replace my 747s with 770s because after 10 years on them I just about whore them out (but they still spin smoother than my Eggbeaters ever did).

    mbb

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    They had a couple of really cool display cases of vintage pedals at Interbike this year. Fairly light on mountain bike stuff but it was fascinating to look at.

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