My Ritchey Breakaway, updated. After about 100km of test ride with Nishiki cr-mo fork the slightly fatter Michelin Dynamic Classic in 28c ground down the nether area of Centaur brake caliper. When mounted the tyre did have some gap under the brake but when the rubber caught the mud, sand and all other abrasives it started to work on the brake. So I put back Mizuno full carbon fork which offers a plenty of gap, I can even mount a tyre fatter than 28c. The rear brake bridge and chainstay bridge still have enough room too.
The Miechelin tyres which are wire beaded economy tyre but they are so well made, surprisingly light and offer a much more comfy ride on bad to extremely poor Estonian capital’s roads than Hutchinson’s foldable 23c. They are so cheap you can have extra pairs in various sizes.
OK, now the pedals. They are Wellgo quick release type which replaced the MKS Cube quick release SPD pedals which I originally had. The Wellgo pair uses cleats that are KEO compatible so all sorts of accessories such as cafe cleat covers and cleats with different angles of free movement. Note: Wellgo did not supply with the covers but a transport pouch with a draw string to fit both pedals - with an internal divider so that the pedals won’t rub against each other!! The pedals’ tension springs are adjustable like any other road pedals and there is hardly any play around the removable shaft bit. It clips in with a positive “click” that you can be sure the pedals won’t come loose accidentally. Probably not recommended to wear long jeans or something that may release the knob in once in a million chances, who knows. Not as easy to catch as Shimano SPD-SL pedals but just like other LOOK KEO pedals. You may have wondered but the answer is no, the shoes will not rub against the quick relase knobs even with the twisting motion for unclipping the shoes from the pedals. This was a surprise to me as well.