Ritchey Logic Road Pedal Older Pedals

Ritchey Logic Road Pedal Older Pedals 

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Ritchey Logic Road Pedal

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[Jul 17, 2002]
jim bourque
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

These pedals are light weight and look beautiful on the bike. They worked pretty well until one blew up.

Weakness:

They are not weighted correctly so you need to spend more time than you should orienting them to clip in.

The screw holding in the front part of the clip sheared off, luckily at low speed. There's no way to remove the remnants of the screw to reassemble the pedal so they are a write off.

Similar Products Used:

Campy Pro-Fit, various no-look SPD pedals.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Aug 14, 2000]
vern
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

light weight

Weakness:

lousy spring mechanism, difficult to clip into, doesn't hold my shoes in no matter how tight the spring is adjusted; spring keeps coming loose during rides

I couldn't clip into these pedals unless my bike was almost motionless, and during rides I would accidentally come out of my pedals and actually had to stop, get off my bike, break out my tools and manually reset the spring so that I could clip back into them! I tried a second pair from the shop, but it did the same thing! I wouldn't (couldn't) ride these pedals if they paid me! I'm all for lightweight gear, but if it doesn't work.... I wouldn't recommend these pedals to anyone.

Similar Products Used:

time, shimano road pedals

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Aug 06, 2000]
Shin
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Very light and simple design. Your shoe will hit before the pedals with respect to cornering clearance.

Weakness:

Trying to clip into these pedals is difficult since they don't naturally fall with the back facing down. As a result, the pedals are nicely scarred up on the underside. The pedals are difficult to service from lack of instructions on accessing the adjustable cones. The strange dust cap is very difficult to remove. I can't find any tools which are capable of accessing the adjustable cones.

The pedals are really neat to look at and are simple but a couple of design flaws detracts from their simplicity and light weight.

Similar Products Used:

Ancient Look pedals.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
1
[Aug 01, 2000]
Craig
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Cheap, lightweight

Weakness:

The plate the retains that front part of the cleat snapped off!

Cheap pedals which I bought in an emergency after by VP-161's fell to bits on a ride. Wouldn't recommend them as they should not break when being used road racing.

Similar Products Used:

VP-161, Wellgo 800's

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jan 26, 2000]
tim
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

light, light, light!!

Weakness:

when clipped in, still have a LOT of side play. so when i corner or get outta the saddle, it feels like your foot is slipping. its the same on both pedals and i've done numerous adjustments.

wouldn't recommend.

Similar Products Used:

victor clipless from a KHS aero turbo, performance brand on my mountain bike.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
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