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Pedals for a specific cleat(4 posts)

Pedals for a specific cleatcolosipm
Dec 2, 2001 2:02 PM
I have a pair of sea green bianchi look type pedals on my road bike.

I recently bought a tri bike and am looking for some top of the line wheels to with it but would prefer to get some pedals that match the cleats I already have.

Though the pedals I currently have are look style, the cleats are not look compatible. Does anyone have any idea what type of nice pedals I could get?
re: Pedals for a specific cleatloop
Dec 2, 2001 5:34 PM
Personally I've always likes dual sided pedals for tri bikes. I started with Looks many years ago, but switched to Speedplays due to their dual sided entry and greater float (purely a personal thing--you either love it or hate it). Being a clutz by nature and being that much more loopy after exiting the water, I find the less thought process I have to devote to anything other than equilibrium, the more likely I am to remain upright on the bike after T1.

Sorry...I know that doesn't really answer your question. Perhaps you can look at Performance; they've got off-brand Lookesque pedals for not too much scratch.
don't even consider performance 'look' pedals!DAC
Dec 3, 2001 4:22 AM
I had a pair of them (Wellgo brand, exactly the same, as well as Nashbar Euro pedals, too), and the piece of sh!t broke the second time I used it!
These pedals are cheap chinese junk. You can do much better for only slightly more $$.
don't even consider performance 'look' pedals!colosipm
Dec 4, 2001 7:11 AM
What can I consider then, if I don't get perf. brand. You said I can do much better for only a bit cheaper...On what brand and where can I buy them?