Looking for a Delta cleat compatible pedal

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by robncircus

I'm working on a new build, and the pedals on my old bike are Ritchey WCS pedals. They use Delta style cleats. I'd like to keep with this sytem, but I'm having a hard time finding new offerings that are Delta compatible. Any suggestions? I don't care about brand. I just don't want to have to buy 2 new systems.


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by claus

Exustar (http://www.exustar.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;) might still make some, otherwise you could buy them used (I still have several Look/Campagnolo, but shipping would be a bit expensive...).

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by bm0p700f

uk shops can still order shimano 1050 look type pedals through Jd whiskers. I have just ordered a set. I think these delta type pedals.

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by chazzawoods

i'm selling a pair of original look delta pedals if you want them. but a word of caution, they are not tension adjustable

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by kulivontot

Interesting, I have the same WCS pedals, apparently they no longer make them. There's handful of rando-brands on nashbar/perfromance, and then the exustar ones others have mentioned, but that's all I can think of for the moment. Exustar seems to be the lightest.

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by chazzawoods

I've got a pair of exustars, and they are only about 256g on my home scales. They are great.

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by giant man

I bought some old stock Look delta pedals a couple of years ago. I still ride on Look deltas and still buy their cleats. imo there's absolutely no reason to invest in Keos .....

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