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bikerumor monday mystery pic from first flight bikes

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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Jon
Jon
10 years ago

That’s a Cane Creek Direct Curve brake

Wally
10 years ago

Cane Creek Direct Cure V-Brakes. The selling point was that there was no noodle needed for theses brakes.

Kevin
Kevin
10 years ago

Direct Curve brake from the fine folks down the street in Fletcher, NC, Cane Creek!

animallover
10 years ago

Canes creeks…stopping power of a wet lizard but looked nice….throw a brake booster on there and use some xtr levers and you might get some modulation! Great looking though

Will
Will
10 years ago

Direct Curve 5

Tobias/Frost
Tobias/Frost
10 years ago

Onza Pork Rib

TJ
TJ
10 years ago

Direct curve!!

Your Face
Your Face
10 years ago

Campy seatpost.

evan t
evan t
10 years ago

Cane Creek Direct Curve 5 Vee’s. Yes… I knew that before I saw the above comments 😉 Someone needs to get on the mystery pic Cinneli Spinnaci style.

Campy Seatpost
Campy Seatpost
10 years ago

Definitely Cane Creek direct curve. Rode a bike with ’em several weeks ago, stopping seemed fine on pavement.

greg
greg
10 years ago

is it still a mystery if it is in the company’s current lineup and website?

aj
aj
10 years ago

Seven!

EMBER
EMBER
10 years ago

Crane Creek Direct curve. I think it’s from about 2000-2002 maybe.

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