Which came first, Weyless or Reedy? Very cool parts probably made only in the 100s and very innovative. Suntour, of course, made 1000s and 1000s of Superbe copies.
Fuji / Suntour reps avidly photographed a set of Bob Reedy pedals I had in 1974. They also photographed a set of filed and polished Suntour downtube ratchet shifters I made. A lot of shifters came to look like that!
Great Notch, NJ
> I've got a set of 70s Weyless pedals and a similar vintage seatpost.
> Both are really cool as far as I'm concerned. The pedals especially have
> more mojo than any other 70s pedal I've seen.
> I'd love to get more Weyless stuff -- is any of yours for sale? No, I
> suppose not....
> Hey, why don't you photograph each piece for the CR website and email
> them to Dale. There's little on the Weyless page.
> David -- I weighless today than I did 6 months ago thanks to my cycling
> -- White
> Burlington, VT
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I have a bunch of 1970s Weyless bike 'mirror' shine Weyless components. I
> >loved that stuff, so that's why I bought it. It was super light and pretty.
> >I noticed that a company of the same name is alive and well today and I was
> >wondering if it's the same company resurrected from the dead? I broke a
> >pair of their pedals back then. Does anyone else have some of this stuff?
> >I'd like to get another NOS set of hubs.
> >-Dave (broke 4 sets of Record cranks) Gordon
> >Los Angeles