Victoire One-Off Track

Victoire One-Off Track

The latest bike to emerge from the Victoire Cycles workshop, based in Clermont-Ferrand, France, was built for their newest employee, Erwan AlaPhillippe. Erwan was hired for his fillet brazing skills, which Victoire will now use to assemble all of their future frames.

Erwan comes from a BMX background and, apparently, loves to ride fast, so as a celebration of his new employment, this track frame was built for him with strong and reactive geometry. Oversized tubing was used: a mix of Columbus Zona and Life, along with a Paragon 44mm headtube.

To create a smooth line, the fastback seat cluster was filled, but masks a hidden bolt. The seatstays are Columbus Spirit, which have been inserted with bridges that pass all the way through each stay. Another was inserted through the chainstays, resulting in an incredibly responsive rear triangle.

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Victoire One-Off Track
Victoire One-Off Track
Victoire One-Off Track
Victoire One-Off Track
Victoire One-Off Track
Victoire One-Off Track
Victoire One-Off Track

  • steve

    this is great, especially from a bmxers perspective.

  • matt

    god damn…those stays! loving the through holes.

  • Anton Rodman

    Beautiful geometry and I love fixed simplicity. Paint is fantastic. Hope it never gets a front brake. Fizik Arione K1 saddle!? Is that still available? Timeless and a great bike.

  • Quinn-39

    awesome frame… seatpost makes me a little sad though.

  • James

    Where is the seat binder bolt?