Campagnolo Triomphe
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Category:  Brakes
Name:  Campagnolo Triomphe
Brand:  Campagnolo
Primary Group:  Triomphe
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Years:  1984 - ?
Country:  Italy
Added By: onespeedbiker on 11/10/11
Updated By: onespeedbiker on 05/22/14
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Campagnolo Triomphe
Design Category Single PivotCable AdjusterBump and divot
Quick Release YesAttachment Bolt TypeRecessed Allen Key
Cable Attachment BoltWrenchFront of Arm Markings"Campagnolo" - script
Back of Arm MarkingsReach CategoryLong Reach
Min Reach47mmMax Reach55mm
General Information
Often confused with Victory or Nuovo Record. Locknut and round cross-section of arms differentiate it from Victory, and the linkage quick release lever different from Nuovo Record. Most Triomphe and other C-Record era brakes had infinite adjusters (see below linked in Component Variation, however there was this version that included the divot and bump adjuster (the same as Nuovo Record) found on a small number of Triomphe. This is also the "long reach" version, which today would be standard; my caliper says they have 55mm reach, which is 3mm longer than the catalog (the 47mm min reach is correct) .


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Component VariationsView Detailed List  Manage Variations
Variations of Component exist (Component is 1 of 2)BrandGroup
Campagnolo 915/000, TriompheCampagnoloTriomphe
Component Groups
Primary Group NameBrandQuick InfoBrowse Group Components
TriompheCampagnolo1985 - , Sport & RecreationView 15 Components
Details:   Introduced alongside Victory in 1985, the Triomphe group first appeared in Campagnolo catalogs in 1986.  The two groups were discontinued in the late 1980's and replaced with Athena and the new wave of Campagnolo mid-range groupsets.Triomphe and Victory were designed not only as a mid-level component but also as a legacy design to those that preferred the old  Nuovo Record (Triomphe) and Super Record (Victory) designs over the new C-Record.
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