Bikerumor Monday Mystery Pic

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Photo from the folks at First Flight Bicycles. If you think you know what this part is, post your answer in the ‘comments’ section– the correct answer will be posted there on Tuesday! (*Updated – pic of the full kit after the break.)

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Jay - 05/06/13 - 7:19am

Clip in pedals ?

Chad - 05/06/13 - 7:21am

early Sampson pedals

Fatboy - 05/06/13 - 8:26am

Campy Super Record seatpost outriggers for increased thigh controll

Avi - 05/06/13 - 8:28am

Looks like some SPD MTB pedals to me

Ray - 05/06/13 - 8:50am

Proto-type ritchey pedals?

spokejunky - 05/06/13 - 8:57am

Optimus Prime’s ears.

Bikes! - 05/06/13 - 9:53am

I don’t see any springs and the endcaps look like Onzas. Prototype Onza?

Gary Lawson - 05/06/13 - 10:22am

Prototype WTB Stealth?

Jeff - 05/06/13 - 10:23am

As a hint, check out the end caps. They were used on the production version.

Richard - 05/06/13 - 10:35am

Err.. It’s a hook for bike mountings???

Danno - 05/06/13 - 11:55am

Onza HO pedal prototypes? I still remember the gravel embedded in my knee and scraped shins from worn out elastomers.

WannaBeSTi - 05/06/13 - 12:05pm

Imma going to go out on a limb and say prototype Crank Brothers. I know the Time-style spring system isn’t there, but the end caps tell me otherwise.

Derek - 05/06/13 - 12:11pm

Onza 2nd generation prototypes. Elastomer only on one side, like spring pedal.’
Worked really well. First pedal with removable cages.

Jimmy Deaton - 05/06/13 - 7:31pm

I say prototype Tioga Clipmans

Agamemno - 05/07/13 - 12:55am


Kristi Benedict - 05/07/13 - 8:38am

Answer from Wes at First Flight Bicycles: “a set of prototype Onza clipless pedals.”

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