Bikerumor Monday Mystery Pic

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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

jorge - 03/11/13 - 7:13am

i think , that it´s a onza cantilever brake

LP - 03/11/13 - 7:19am

Kooka?

They look fun to adjust….

mike - 03/11/13 - 7:21am

WTB Canti’s with original brake pads.

Vittorio - 03/11/13 - 7:25am

WTB Speedmaster Cantilever Brakes 1995 circa

monroe - 03/11/13 - 8:26am

scott super brake?

Greg - 03/11/13 - 8:55am

Gravity Research Canti’s

MagliaRosa - 03/11/13 - 8:55am

The compilation worked! No-one has mentioned Campy seat-posts! Oops…

Tim - 03/11/13 - 9:13am

WTB Speedmaster cantilever brake.

B - 03/11/13 - 9:44am

Might be time to just start calling this “Monday Weird Canti Pic”

Jeff - 03/11/13 - 10:19am

I think I have a set somewhere in the bottom of my parts bin…
WTB cantis.

Chris S. - 03/11/13 - 10:33am

Oh wow… yes! Wilderness Trail Speedmasters!!! Sweet! I’ll take two sets for my Klein Attitude 4-speed, full rigid in electric moss green!!

Mark - 03/11/13 - 11:00am

Had them and they where awesome stoppers but sucked to set up. My knuckles still hurt from that spring snapping them. WTB Speed Cantis. I had them on a Shite bike Softride. I did so like that bike despite what people say about it. Still riding hard tails 20+yrs later

Podi-ummmmz - 03/11/13 - 1:22pm

dura ace 11s cassette

Tim - 03/11/13 - 7:06pm

1st generation dual compound black and salmon WTB pads. If they have raised WTB lettering and logo then 2nd generation but these are 1st generation. I molded them for Fred back in the day. You all know who Fred is?

Kristibee - 03/12/13 - 10:09am

Answer from Jeff at First Flight: WTB Speedmaster Brakes.

Miklos - 03/14/13 - 11:49am

Add dual compound pads to the description of the WTBs. They’re dirty, but you can see the color change. Great performance if you didn’t mind replacing rims more often. The pads were replaceable. Peel them out and glue in the new ones.

Locke - 03/16/13 - 2:36am

@Tim
Fred=Trail Boss

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