Shift levers are Simplex (that little black wing nut is a give away), Simplex FD, I'd guess Simplex RD just for the idea of consistency, but there's no way to see it. Hubs are Shimano and rims Super Champion. I'd guess that the pedals are likely not Campagnolo, as there seems to be no Campag on the bike otherwise. But that's just speculation.
David Bilenkey Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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> I guess you have to read Japanese to identify all the components. Cranks
> are definitely TA, brakes Mafac, rear pedals look like Lyotard. However,
> the front pedals, shift levers and hubs sure look like Campy NR
> to me. Hard
> to see the derailleur through the rear wheel, could be a Campy Rally.
> Jerry Moos
> Houston, TX
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> > A Royal Norton tandem bike from 1975, currently at the Japanese auction.
> > belive that this was a Japanese made frame. I guess French components,
> > can anyone verify?
> > http://page3.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/c39941569
> > Thanks.
> > Dennis Young
> > Hotaka, Japan