Re: [CR]barelli pedals


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Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2002 06:24:08 -0800
From: Bill Bryant <Bill_Bryant@prodigy.net>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]barelli pedals
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BTW, I have a NOS pair of silver alloy Barelli pedal cages if someone needs to spruce up an old set of pedals on a restoration of a '70s bike. $20 mailed in the US. Contact me if you are interested. Bill Bryant Santa Cruz, CA

mikemullett wrote:
> Barelli pedals were made by a firm called Chapman Engineering based in East Anglia in the 70's. They were general mechanical engineers but the son of the owner was a first cat roadman. His name was Colin Chapman and because of his involvement the firm turned out other components besides pedals. I my memory serves my correctly, the side plates are replaceable. They also produced heel plated fot cycling shoes, a small crescent shaped stamping to tack onto the heel of old time shoes to stop them wearing down. Some racing frames were also produced with th Barelli transfer.
> Mike Mullett