CINELLI M71 clipless pedals ("the death pedal")
Well, these are famous and infamous at the same damn time. Famous for ushering in the modern era of clipless pedals (and bringing along some broken records in doing so), infamous for, well, being sketchy as hell. Operating on a system that required a rider to manually release the cleat by pulling a lever, they were a bit risky in low-speed or stop-and-go situations. Needless to say, they have a special place in cycling history and deserve their credit. Includes cleats (shown mounted) and mounting hardware.