Bikerumor Monday Mystery Pic

bikerumor pic of the day from first flight bicycles

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

hataaaa - 09/24/12 - 7:49am

Early mountain clipless pedals…worked off a cantilever brake design. Early iterations worked exceptionally well but then companies switched to V style pedals and those worked better.

T - 09/24/12 - 8:10am

cantilever brakes

Your Face - 09/24/12 - 8:31am

Uhhh, yeah. Definitely old pedals.

TJ - 09/24/12 - 8:33am

I used to have a pair of Brooklyn Machine Works Snot Rockets, wish I still had them though!

ant1 - 09/24/12 - 11:27am

1960s campy mtb bar ends.

ant1 - 09/24/12 - 11:28am

with the spare brake pad holder option

Robert - 09/24/12 - 1:47pm

Earlier version of an Oakley windshield wiper.

Patrick Starfish - 09/24/12 - 2:04pm

Hahahaa…hahahaha…hahahahahahahaha…It’s a giraffe!

Lee - 09/24/12 - 3:36pm

two of steve austin’s fingers

ThatDeafGuy - 09/24/12 - 5:50pm

They look so much like Brooklyn ‘Snot Rockets’ brakes…..but if they were earlier versions surely they would have been a bit more crudely made……I love my ‘Snot Rockets’ and will never, ever, part with them!

Douglas - 09/24/12 - 11:41pm

CANTI BRAKES FOR UNDERNEATH THE CHAINSTAY

Kristibee - 09/25/12 - 9:54am

Answer from Jeff at First Flight Bicycles: “Brooklyn Machine Works Snot Rocket brakes.”

gilbert linares - 09/26/12 - 10:38am

cyclocross brakes

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