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Vittorio
Vittorio
10 years ago

Control Tech v-brake, 1998 circa

JimW
JimW
10 years ago

I had a set of brakes similar to these but they had a stainless wire/rod to link them not a noodle.
Worked well and were very cool.

FRED
FRED
10 years ago

Those look like Control Tech V-Brakes. I have the Cantilever version on a Santa Cruz Tazmon very creative spring system (located in the triangle).

Scott
Scott
10 years ago

Machine Tech???

Scott
Scott
10 years ago

No Control Tech!

ant1
ant1
10 years ago

1960s campy seatpost dropper.

Jeroen
10 years ago

Machine Tech.

Kyle G
10 years ago

Control Tech V-Brakes. Had them on my Gary Fisher Cake.

Mike
Mike
10 years ago

These look like Grafton brakes

Spencer
Spencer
10 years ago

Control tech. Machine tech were much more artistic.

Your Face
Your Face
10 years ago

Original campy track hubs with custom drilled grease ports.

Danno
Danno
10 years ago

D’oh, Vittorio scored it, round one

jud
jud
10 years ago

control tech v-brakes.

tcook
tcook
10 years ago

+1 (@ ant1)

oldgrumpymechanic
oldgrumpymechanic
10 years ago

to me they look like mcmahon’s .after the super cool bat wing cantie’s were introduced v brakes came in and took over the market, If any one knows what I am talking about , the bat wing canti was dope yall .

RWG
RWG
10 years ago

Marinovative v brake?

James
James
10 years ago

At first thought they were Marinotave (spelling?), but I only remembered those in silver. So would lean to a set of Control Tech’s instead.

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