Bikerumor Monday Mystery Pic

bikerumor mystery pic of the day from fair wheel bikes

Photo from the collection of Jason Woznick of Fair Wheel Bikes. If you think you know what this is, post your answer in the ‘comments’ section– the correct answer will be posted there on Tuesday!

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Phil - 03/12/12 - 7:07am

an old set of Nuke Proof hubs with the ti centers.

lalahsghost - 03/12/12 - 7:29am

Wow, those are cool, but I imagine they’re flexy as all get-out

Snarlymarley - 03/12/12 - 7:42am

Hope hubs from the uk?

Sean - 03/12/12 - 8:01am
Right near the bottom.

bern - 03/12/12 - 8:59am

those are ti nuke proof hubs presumely the same time as ringle

John Donjoian - 03/12/12 - 9:01am

Looks like Nuke Proof Road hubs.

andy - 03/12/12 - 10:17am

tnt hubs…..

nick - 03/12/12 - 10:26am

the above mentioned or… “Hi E”

joby - 03/12/12 - 10:47am

Nuke Proof Ti hubs. 8sp FTW!!

Fred - 03/12/12 - 11:18am

Nosler hubs.

Mallory - 03/12/12 - 11:38am

They look like the J-disc ti hubs circa 90/91ish …Don’t recall, but possibly sourced from Nuke Proof

Sevo - 03/12/12 - 12:59pm

Nuke proof never made anything with such a small diameter center in ti….unless these are one-offs. My money is on the j-disc reference or more likely…Hi-E.

Charlie B. - 03/12/12 - 1:32pm

That’s a pair of custom Cunningham modified Hi-E hubs I believe.

Guy Polson - 03/12/12 - 2:09pm

Nosler hybs from Eugene OR, I still use a front hub all the time

Robert - 03/12/12 - 2:19pm

Nosler Research TI 90

Kristibee - 03/13/12 - 8:47am

Answer from Jason at Fair Wheel Bikes:
“Nosler titanium hubset”

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