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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!

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Tommy Rodgers
Tommy Rodgers
10 years ago

Rhino cantis, from the 1990’s CNC-ano-fest era.

Your Face
Your Face
10 years ago

Wrong, Campy scissor shifters, circa 1978

MagliaRosa
MagliaRosa
10 years ago

U-Tool aftermarket earphones for Walkman, c. 1982.

mrcykel
mrcykel
10 years ago

Those are, of course, brakes.

ant1
ant1
10 years ago

campy fishing lures, c. 1962.

Buckwheatly
Buckwheatly
10 years ago

Yep Rhino Cantis!

bikebill1
bikebill1
10 years ago

Ditto rhino cantis from 90s
Remember seeing similar on marin bikes

nino
nino
10 years ago

A Campy Seatpost

Campy Seat post
Campy Seat post
10 years ago

Pretty sure thats a campy seatpost.

Joe seatpost
Joe seatpost
10 years ago

Yup, that there be a Campy seatposter.

Aluminum Seat Post
Aluminum Seat Post
10 years ago

That is definitely a campy seat post

mtb4life
mtb4life
10 years ago

+1 on the campy seatpost.

Paul in VA
10 years ago

How much for that Campy seatpost?

Eric
Eric
10 years ago

Got a set of those, rhinos.

Charlie Best
Charlie Best
10 years ago

I propose a Rupert Pupkin Award, to be presented to the next razor wit who mentions Campy seat-posts in one of these threads.

Jeff
Jeff
10 years ago

That is definitely a limited edition Campy “Ultra” Record seatpost.

NotAMachinist
NotAMachinist
10 years ago

Campy seatpost? Ha.

It’s TWO campy seatposts!

Juan Pablo
10 years ago

There are a pair of old brake pads sistems for old fashion mtb maybe 1995 to 1998

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