Spidel/Maillard 700 Black Alloy Cages
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Category:  Pedals
Name:  Spidel/Maillard 700 Black Alloy Cages
Brand:  Maillard
Primary Group:  Maillard 700
Model:  700
Years:  Late 1970's - Early 1980's
Country:  France
Added By: Wolfram Verktyg on 07/07/18
Updated By: Wolfram Verktyg on 07/07/18
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Pedal TypeQuillPedal Threading14mm x 1.25mm (French)
Bearing SizeBody / Cage MaterialsAluminium / Aluminium
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General Information
These were the last version of the Maillard/Spidel 700 pedals. They had black anodized alloy cages and were very well made. Peugeot used them on their early 80's Pro10 and PY10CP pro bikes. They were as smooth as Campy pedals plus they had labyrinth seals on the spindle shafts.
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 Hubs, pedals and freewheels maker. Between 1950 and the late 60's, absorbed smaller companies Atom (freewheels, pedals) and Normandy (hubs), whose brands survived on a number of Maillard-made products until the early 80's.
 
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