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Old 10-03-09, 02:44 PM   #1
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Onza pedal and cleats

Today's trip to the dump yielded up a Raleigh M-80 and Bridgestone MB-6. The MB-6 has Onza clipless pedals installed. Any idea about where I could find a set of cleats?
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There is a great chance the Onza pedals use Shimano SPD cleats. They're about $15.

Can you post pictures of the pedals? Any model name on them?
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They don't use SPD cleats. I had a couple pairs of these back in the day. I dunno if they're worth saving - even if you find cleats you'll eventually need new elastomers. Those are going to be at least twice as hard to find as the cleats.

No need for a model name/number anyhow. They only made one style that I'm aware of. They had models with both CroMo axles and Ti axles, but the bodies, elastomers, cleats, etc. were all the same.
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Yeah, I think it was pre 2002 pedals that used Ritchey specific cleats. I have heard that spd can work, but clipping in/out could be different somehow.
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