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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! PS – we have 10 codes left for a free download of the Sons Of Science song from this video. First 10 to guess correctly get a code!

To send in your own Mystery Pic to be considered for the Monday feature, click here and attach your photo with all pertinent information.

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Matt
Matt
10 years ago

They be Boone Twist cranks! Argh!

Michael-Vittoria Shoes
10 years ago

Boone twist cranks made in Tennessee. He made awesome chainrings and cassettes. The rings worked really well. Everything first came out in 1996. Back when hopping up a bike was the thing. SRP, Paul, Kooka, all the companies we had back then….miss them!

evolvo13
evolvo13
10 years ago

Boone Twists in my favorite anodized color from that era!

David
David
10 years ago

Boone twist cranks

Maarten
Maarten
10 years ago

Boone twist cranks

Artur
10 years ago

Boone twist cranks, nice 😉

Matt
Matt
10 years ago

Just googling around it seems as though this Boone chap still makes cool titanium stuff but he’s switched to rings of another kind, the ones for your fingers. Some nice stuff.
Matt

dicky
10 years ago
oclvframe
oclvframe
10 years ago

Boone twist cranks FTW!!! Originally made in Kennessaw, GA by Bruce Boone…along with his titanium twist bottom brackets, ti chainrings, and ti cassettes. He’s since moved on and sold the design rights and name to Brett Brown who’s currently producing both chanrings and cogs. Really nice looking stuff! I regret selling mine although they were merely bike art for me since I didn’t use them anymore. I do still have my key-ring chainring (its a mini of the larger outer ring) on my Subaru’s keychain!

Mikey D
Mikey D
10 years ago

Boone Twist Cranks! RAAAD!

atganirider
atganirider
10 years ago

“Guess correctly”?

This is an opportunity to showcase one’s education – usually

Might have been some plagiarism, resulting in the more, “concise” posts, given the huge prize on offer…

Keep up the challenges

JDA
JDA
10 years ago

Boone cranks. Cool looking things.

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