Re: [CR]re: Campagnolo Victory (was re: what makes this list so good)


From: "jerrymoos" <jerrymoos@sbcglobal.net>
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Subject: Re: [CR]re: Campagnolo Victory (was re: what makes this list so good)
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 22:50:38 -0500


The Victory/Triomphe cranks were 116 BCD, but I don't think the aesthetics were worse than NR You are correct,the brakes were very similar to NR. This stuff will soon be on-topic, due to passage of time.

Regards,

Jerry Moos
Hiuston, X


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Subject: [CR]re: Campagnolo Victory (was re: what makes this list so good)



> If I'm thinking of the correct cranks, the Victory cranks were easily the ugliest cranks ever
> to come from the hand of man (or forge of man, anyway)
>
> But the Victory brakes were/are very nice. A combination of the old Gran Sports with the profile
> of the later Super Records. I have a set, with matching levers and they were a very, very fine
> piece of gear. Available for a song, usually, on ebay. And if they aren't in the time-line, they
> are certainly in the spirit of the list.

>

> Charles Andrews

> SoCal