Keywin pedals

Keywin pedals are to be considered to be one of the lightest available.
The construction and retaining mechanism is not just a Look-copy and the contact surface is pretty large.
Oh, these pedals are from New Zealand, also pretty off in the cycling world.




Ofmega Mistral or CX road hubs

Ofmega CX hubs are not only used for the CX group set, but also for the Mistral group set for road bikes.
Here's a nice pair, new in box. Not the nicest finish you will ever see, but the skewers are nice and it has industrial bearings.





Ofmega Sintesi pedals

Ofmega Sintesi pedals are used for the Mistral group set for road bikes.
No the most beautiful, but more or less in line with the design of the derailleurs.
Some kind of "aero" and adjustable toe clips.



Ofmega Mistral front derailleur braze-on type

Some new Ofmega Mistral parts to complete the Mistral group set for my road bike project.
I already have all shifting components and a crank set.
Because I'm considering a frame set with a braze-on fitting for the front derailleur, I had to look for another front deraileur. and this was not so easy to find.
But thanks to  good friend, here it is!



Diadora shoes for Power Drive pedals

When you’re a collector of pedals systems from the 1970s, 80s and 90s, of course you want the Diadora Power Drive pedals. Not, because these are so good or valuable, but just to complete your collection. Pretty rare, so you can be satisfied if you’ve managed to get a nice pair (or even 2). Yes, the pedals are quite rare, the cleats belonging to these pedals are even more difficult to find. But all of this stuff is really worthless if you don’t have the proprietry Diadora Power Drive shoes.
Of course a special hole pattern for the Power Drive cleats, redundant slotted cleats, a fancy string system with a knob to tighten the shoe... Soon I will find out how it all works (or not).

Track frame kit with Zeus parts for sale

For sale: Track frame kit, Zeus fork crown and dropouts
Frame size 59.5 cm center - top.
Manufacturer unknown, most probably Belgian.
Top tube approx. 55 cm center - center.
Takes a 27.0 mm seat post.
Zeus dropouts and fork crown.
Usage and storage damage, repainted, but not very nice.
EUR 125.- excl. postage. More information, photo's and freight costs on request.







Zeus track crank set

Another not every day rendez-vous: Zeus Criterium Pista track crank set.
Will be a long shot to collect other Zeus parts and a matching frame.
165 mm cranks with typical (odd) Zeus 119 (?) mm BCD
3/32" chain ring 53T.






Ofmega Mistral shifting components

Nice set of shifting components: Ofmega Mistral.
No idea about quality and function, but at least it's different.
To be completed with other Mistral parts and Modolo (?) brakes.





Ofmega Mistral group set

Ofmega Mistral: not the most common group set.
Actually, it's not a complete group set, but a few components and completed with some parts from other (CX, Super Competizione) series.
Very eye catching are the crank set and the (composite) rear derailleur and shifting levers.
Note that not all "Mistral" parts are on the group set photo below.
There are also high flange track hubs and track pedals.

This track crank set is 165 mm long and the 5 mm spider and chain ring have a BCD of 144 mm.
The 52T chain ring is narrow, designed for 1/2x3/32" chains.






Campagnolo Electa saddle

Something you ould never buy to ride. Heavy, totally over-engineered, ridiculous, expensive.
But a must have for a collector.
So, here it is: Campagnolo Electa pneumatic saddle. Complete with box, bag, pump and instruction leaflet.
Not even developped by Campagnolo. The technology and manufacturing is by Fugazzi (check: Air Dea saddle), but of course, the Campagnolo logo makes it really hot and desirable, although a Fugazzi is even more rare.
The bladder, which can be maintained and even replaced (but where the hell would you find spares?) when the leather cover is removed, can be inflated with a dedicated pump to a very low pressure of 0.4 - 1.2 bar, which equals 4 to 8 time squeezing the "inflator". This depends on the rider's weight and preference.