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Photo from the collection of Jason Woznick of Fair Wheel Bikes. 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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Yeahaaa!!!_
Yeahaaa!!!_
10 years ago

AC cranks?

foster's
10 years ago

ANC, Grafton, Caramba?

Ben
Ben
10 years ago

Maybe also Curve, the old Kona in-house brand?

Jeff
Jeff
10 years ago

Manufactured by Ultimate Machine Co. for various companies.

Andrew
Andrew
10 years ago

AC crank but with the window cut through, or experimental Onza?

JESUS CHRISTO
JESUS CHRISTO
10 years ago

Multi-use randonneur / waffle iron cranks. For the camping cyclist on the go!

Todd
Todd
10 years ago

The first AC cranks did have a window cut through, but the later stronger ones did not.

Bilbo Jenkins
Bilbo Jenkins
10 years ago

Those are definitely AC cranks, but I don’t see the logo, so they might be the generic UMC version. BTW – don’t ride them, I broke two sets on the driveside, crankarm just snapped in half leaving a very jagged edge that made a scar I still have today.

level-4
level-4
10 years ago

I had a silver set from Titus in the 90’s.

Joel
Joel
10 years ago

Adventure Components Cranks. I’ll never forget those ones.
http://www.bikepro.com/products/cranks/adventcomp.shtml

joby
joby
10 years ago

I think I remember these as AC experimental or low run production cranks. IIRC, they took their standard cranks and milled out the rest of the windows but halted production after high failure rates.

Grafton
10 years ago

ROOX cranks, s*** brand from Holland Europe IIRC

Remek
Remek
10 years ago

WRA?

Rodrigo Catelli
Rodrigo Catelli
10 years ago

CLASSIC AC CRANKSET!

JOHN KLINKENBERG
JOHN KLINKENBERG
10 years ago

definately AC cranks! I remember lusting over those as a teenager, then magic motorcycles came out and AC were a thing of the past.

Steve
Steve
10 years ago

I think they’re cranks.

Spencer
Spencer
10 years ago

Titus cyborg cranks.

Spencer
Spencer
10 years ago

Oh, a little late.

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