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Old 11-25-14, 07:01 PM
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What pedals?

Tries to download a pic but this site doesn't let me from my phone. I have a set of red ritchey pedals. Is there anywhere I can identify them. Thanks.
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Internet.. you're partially there. have you heard of google ? it got this :Ritchey Pedals | eBay

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Sorry I ask a question.looking for a place where I can compare pedals or get info to identify them. No searches have got me anything. I have a email to Ritchey.

fietsbob in my profession your response is classified as little dick syndrome. Classic example of someone degrading someone to compensate for personal issues. I'll send you a business card and give you a free consult. You may contact me in person or phone at anytime we'll get to bottom of your issues.
Normally work with fellow disable vets but will make exception in your case since you tried to help me out. Thank you.

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Just kidding , Kid.. ride the bike dont obsess over the bits and pieces , why is this forum is such an OCD convention is beyond me .

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Mr Ritchey has been going to the contract manufacturing services of the Taiwan Bike Industries for a Very Long time.
that is who actually made the pedals .. ones that also make Welgo perhaps ,

Shimano's not one to compete with itself, though they are quite like each other .

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Originally Posted by Hdpearson13
Sorry I ask a question.looking for a place where I can compare pedals or get info to identify them. No searches have got me anything. I have a email to Ritchey.
Back to the question, that Ritchey pedal is a Shimano clone (most likely Welgo as #fietsbob notes) and it's from the late 90's

The current pedals Ritchey have in their line up are still Shimano clones, but updated Ritchey Mountain Bike Pedals.

For your specific pedal, try pages 13-14 here https://oldmountainbikes.com/catalogs...Components.pdf
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Jim thank you I have the comps. Not very impressed by them but they were older than I thought. Just ordered a set of xpedo twins hope there better or going to have to go back with swimanos. (Destroyed the cast axle housing on one pedal of the dx's)

Feitsbob, I got tough skin and shoot back. don't mind some jabbing. Maybe we can do it again someday old man. But thanks for your insight and last post. I have a couple of other Ritchey products that have been a bonus to have on my bike.
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Shimano XT pedals here
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