Bikerumor Monday Mystery Pic

bikerumor mystery pic

Photo from the collection of Jeff Archer of First Flight Bicycles. 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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Comments

Slush - 05/21/12 - 8:10am

Shock from a SoftRide stem.

Shredder - 05/21/12 - 9:24am

Looks like a pull shock off the bottom of a Schwinn S A A S.

slow joe crow - 05/21/12 - 12:03pm

Since it looks like the pull operated shock on a Buell motorcycle, I will guess the shock from one of the Schwinn bikes with Buell designed rear suspension. I don’t know enough about them to give a specific model since I’m guessing based on motorcycle knowledge.

WannaBeSTi - 05/21/12 - 6:33pm

It looks like a Works Performance rear shock from a Barracuda.

JohnG - 05/21/12 - 9:34pm

My guess is a spring compression tool.

ZUUL - 05/22/12 - 12:15am

there is no dana only zuul …looks to be a shock from some schwinn form times a past

Kristibee - 05/22/12 - 8:05am

Answer from Jeff at First Flight Bicycles in Statesville, NC: “The big coil over is off of a Schwinn Paramount SASS/Buell full suspension bike.”

First Flight - 05/23/12 - 2:27pm

Pictures of the shock installed: http://mombat.org/MOMBAT/Bikes/1992_Paramount_SASS.html

Gillis - 05/24/12 - 12:04am

@Firstflight: So this is some sort of pull shock? The Schwinn is a GT RTS of the same era, except with the shock under the downtube, instead of above it.

jimmy5willy - 07/13/12 - 1:16pm

I have a Buell SASS bike. Shocks under the downtube aren’t uncommon either. Google Giant ATX 1000. ;)

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