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Old 07-26-20, 02:05 PM
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Campagnolo Triomphe Crankset - VGC

Taken off a 1985 Peugeot PSN10 on which they were outfitted as standard equipment. 170mm arm length. 52/42 Campy rings. Good threads, good rings, really nice crankset.

$85 $75 shipped CONUS PPFF. I'll probably ship with the rings disassembled. I'm assuming that's not a problem for anyone but let me know if it is.

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Old 07-27-20, 04:49 PM
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Nice price, I wish I was stronger to use a 135 bcd crankset
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Old 07-27-20, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Piff View Post
Nice price, I wish I was stronger to use a 135 bcd crankset
They'll actually take down to a 35T ring
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Originally Posted by Ferrouscious View Post
They'll actually take down to a 35T ring
No way! I had no idea they came in a funny bcd.
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I'm sure you could find a machine shop willing to make a chainring, if you can't find one on ebay.
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Originally Posted by Piff View Post
I wish I was stronger to use a 135 bcd crankset.
Victory/Triomphe is 116. But they usually came with a 42t small ring.

I just got a first gen Athena from around 1990 that's 135 bcd. 39t was the popular small ring on those, I guess.

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OP's beautiful crank takes a 114mm asymmetrical spindle (for 68mm shell). Victory is 109mm.

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Price Reduction

I just put these up on eBay so I'll pass along the "eBay Equivalency Discount" here (actually a little bit more even).

New price here is $75 shipped CONUS w/ PPFF
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Campy 116mm Chain Rings For GS Touring, Triomphe & Victory

At least three different Campy cranks used those 116mm BCD chainrings: Gran Sport Touring in double and triple, Triomphe and Victory.



I always liked the look of the 116mm BCD chainrings. They're not another "Oh No... a Campy NR/SR or clone design that goes back to the late 1950's".

Quick ID Triomphe vs. Victory drive side crankarms. Notice the differences at the ends of the spider arms:




The 116mm chainrings came in 35T, 36T, 37T, 38T, 39T, 40T, 41T, 42T, 43T, 50T, 51T, 52T, and 53T.

I have an NOS non documented Victory 28-38-50T triple crankset that takes a smaller BDC inner chainring:






I have another Victory triple with what appear to be MTB chainrings:



As far as smaller tooth 116mm BCD chainrings, under 42T are scarce and expensive. I horded a bunch of the 38T and under sizes while they where still pariahs in the Campianista Cult.

Miche makes 35T, 36T, 37T, 38T & 40T 116mm BCD chainrings. They're not quite an exact match to Campy's, the webs are slightly wider but only an OCD perv would notice:



A quick check on the web came up with this supplier in the Netherlands. I'm sure there are more sources.

https://hollandbikeshop.com/en-gb/br...che-chainring/

Scroll down to "Niche Chainring Young" section.


Now an example of oxen goring.... Hide the kids, cover your eyes... Sacrilege!



50T-35T chainrings with a 13-32T freewheel for a 29" low gear!

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