Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> I would be more inclined to believe that there was a demand for > toothed pedals in the 1950s when Campagnolo first made their pedals. > These would be riders who didn't use cleats. But yes, a big enough > distributor like Holdsworthy could probably order enough product to > make it worthwhile to Tulio Campagnolo to make such an item.
And the tooling investment wouldn't have been that much -- just modify the tool that stamps out the cage plates; the rest could be just like the other track pedals.
-John Thompson (email@example.com)
Appleton WI USA