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Vintage Components - Specialized Road & Track Pedals

Specialized pedals on this page: Touring Road Pedals | Track pedals with CroMoly Axles | Track pedals with Titanium axles

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Specialized Touring Road Pedals: Used $45.00

Part# PD-50-02

Specialized Touring Pedals are the answer for riders who want both a toe-clip & strap set-up and a wide pedal platform. These pedals have fully serviceable cup-and-cone bearings, but have seals on the exposed, outside bearings. We believe they were made in the 1980s by MKS.

The cages are replaceable and occasionally show up on eBay.

Like several other components Specialized offered in the 1980s, these pedals were designed by Jim Merz. Merz built highly-regarded frames in Portland, Oregon in the 1970s and early '80s before shutting down his shop to work for Specialized.

Here we have a set of Specialized Touring pedals, one of the widest platforms designed at the time, made in Japan. The set retailed for $100 back in the 1980s.  

They use cup & cone bearings, but they are very durable pedals.  Yes, the left one is missing the outer “wing”.

Specialized Touring Pedals

Beautifully made and finished pedals with wonderfully wide and comfortable platforms

Specialized Touring pedals

Another shot of the pedals


Specialized Track Pedals with CroMoly Axles. Used, $70.00/set

Specialized track pedals

Removable cages

Specialized track pedals

Here they are flipped around

Pedal bottoms

The pedal bottoms. It doesn't look like anyone has clipped one of these trying to pedal through a corner.


Specialized Track Pedals with Titanium Axles. Used, $200.00/set

Specialized track pedals with titanium axles

Rare and beautifully made.

Specialized track pedals

Here they are turned around

Pedal bottoms

The bottoms of the pedals. It doesn't look like anyone has clipped one of these trying to pedal through a corner.