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Old 07-04-12, 02:54 PM
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Identify these pedals? 2 images

Hey guys and gals, just wanted to see if anybody out here can help me identify these road pedals? Essentially I want to know the make and model and what type they are. Also if anybody could tell me what brand shoes or type of shoes would work with these. Thanks!


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Old 07-04-12, 02:58 PM
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Do you need to know the brand/type of pedal or just what cleat will fit?
http://wheelworld.com/articles/buyer...hoes-pg194.htm
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I recognize that logo, that's Coda, which used to be Cannondale's in-house brand, I believe. The cleat type is SPD, but made to look like Speedplay for some reason.

I'm not sure how old those are, but I don't think they make them like that any more. You can always get SPD (or SPD-SL) pedals and shoes, that won't be a problem, but if you want to preserve those particular pedals, you might want to look into getting them overhauled...if possible.

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AK - Thanks! these are in fact on an older (90's) Cannondale. I was looking into trading a friend for a different pair but I'll probably go new pedal/shoe route since I don't care to look into getting them overhauled. Thanks guys for the quick responses!
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