Bikerumor Monday Mystery Pic

bikerumor monday 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

Kris Hicks-Green - 10/01/12 - 7:08am

Campagnolo Euclid or possibly Record OR seatpost. Is the rear knob for an angle adjust?

Bob - 10/01/12 - 7:46am

A good way to get sterile!

Jules Van Camp - 10/01/12 - 8:15am

Campagnolo MTB seatpost

ant1 - 10/01/12 - 8:59am

quick release recumbent kickstand.

miles - 10/01/12 - 9:08am

Seatpost for bike fitting. allows easy saddle change. turn knob in rear for angle adjustment

jdog - 10/01/12 - 9:29am

NutCrusher 2000??

WannaBeSTi - 10/01/12 - 9:35am

Can’t remember the brand, but it is a seatpost/ pump. The seat clamp has a QR to remove the saddle when using as a pump.

carl - 10/01/12 - 9:38am

Sure looks CAMPY-ish.

rpdupre - 10/01/12 - 9:56am

Quick release seat post for a fitting bike?

John - 10/01/12 - 10:45am

Its called a SEAT POST. Please post pictures that are actual ‘mysteries.’ This is truly pathetic.

Gordo - 10/01/12 - 11:16am

Yep, A Campy Euclid or Centarur (it was an offroad group first) seat post. Post some bullet shifters sometime and lets see how many folks call them early grip shifts. :)

Phil H. - 10/01/12 - 11:46am

Campy’s first mtn bike seatpost. I believe that Chris Chance from Fat City Cycles advised them that all mtn bikes had quick release seatposts. Well, Campy thought that the QR was on the seatpost, not the frame as it should have been.. Guess it was lost in translation….

WannaBeSTi - 10/01/12 - 12:11pm

I retract my guess. It’s a Campy Hookah.

Ripnshread - 10/01/12 - 1:11pm

Roflol…I got a buddy who worked at Campy for a bit…I totoally believe Phil H….they still like that. But now they are a little more guarded. …lol

animallover - 10/02/12 - 12:19am

its a travesty!

Tuck - 10/02/12 - 8:07am

It’s a left 1.5″ all mountain bottom bracket.

Kristibee - 10/02/12 - 11:26am

Answer from Jeff at First Flight Bicycles: “Campy Seat Post from their early mountain bike groups, probably Euclid/Centaur. Allows you to change the seat position with a quick release. Very overbuilt!”

RichB - 10/02/12 - 12:20pm

Campy Euclid Seatpost – Campy’s first ill-fated attempt at addressing the mountain bike market. Sadly, the seatpost and pedals were the least laughable parts of the effort.

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