|Dura on Campy?||JetSpeed|
Nov 10, 2003 4:25 AM
|I've been a Look pedal user for 12 years now and I'm seriously looking at the new Dura Ace pedals for my Campy/Merckx set-up.
Any Look users switch to the Dura Ace pedals? Thoughts? Inputs? Suggestions?
Also, not that I care THAT much. but how wrong MIGHT it be to have the Dura's on my Campy set-up??
|Yes! They are the bomb! I like them! Get them! Get them! Who cares what they think! nm||the bull|
Nov 10, 2003 4:31 AM
|If you have to ask, I'd say no.........||Dave Hickey|
Nov 10, 2003 4:59 AM
|You obviously care too much what other people think.|
|The style police look no further than the crank||terry b|
Nov 10, 2003 6:41 AM
|Everything outside of an imaginary bubble that is bounded by the ground, the top of the saddle the outer edges of the front and rear tires and the outer edges of the cranks is free space to do whatever you want to within. Since the pedals are outside this bubble, you can safely put Shimano pedals on a Campy bike.
Hell, you could even put Wellgo MTB pedals and be fine. Well then again, maybe I'm being overly optimistic.
No one will notice, no one will care.
|You can use the MTB pedals, but you better have road shoes.(nm)||TFerguson|
Nov 10, 2003 9:04 AM
|that's what i did||The Human G-Nome|
Nov 10, 2003 8:57 AM
|drop your Looks now.|
|Same setup my wife and I have.||Zonic Man|
Nov 10, 2003 1:31 PM
|The best way to go.
Light, reliable, better entry/exit, better cleat-life, etc. etc.
We both have DA pedals with Record cranks.
(PS: Paulo Bettini uses this setup as well.....)