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what group / era are these Campagnolo pedals from

Old 03-24-13, 01:02 PM
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what group / era are these Campagnolo pedals from

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They look like early 90s "Chorus:"

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I want those. With the funky cage too.
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they do look like chorus pedals but mine do not have the guide for the toe strap.
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Originally Posted by owenmyers View Post
they do look like chorus pedals but mine do not have the guide for the toe strap.
Ok, I missed that detail. Perhaps mid-80s "Victory?"

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they're certainly too heavy-looking to be C-record. Those had a more streamlined shape.
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Mid 80's victory, we can all agree on that one.
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HMMM, I was told by a forum member that these were mid 80s Victory.





So what are these then?
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Victory pedals without any doubt.
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HMMM, I was told by a forum member that these were mid 80s Victory.


So what are these then?
Triomphe. The Victory pedals have a riveted rear plate. Yours are part of the body.
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Triomphe. The Victory pedals have a riveted rear plate. Yours are part of the body.
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Originally Posted by gomango View Post
HMMM, I was told by a forum member that these were mid 80s Victory.





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Those look like Triomphe:



The horseshoe-shaped body is unique to Triomphe, and (IMHO) makes them one of the most comfortable pedals to use with street shoes. I have several sets.
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Those look like Triomphe:



The horseshoe-shaped body is unique to Triomphe, and (IMHO) makes them one of the most comfortable pedals to use with street shoes. I have several sets.
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Can anyone recommend a shoe to wear with these pedals? I did a retro sportive in the summer using an old pair of vans pumps and they were no good! Thanks.
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