Sport & Victor Cycles
were "house brands" name applied to many bicycles as sold and
Park Cycle & Sports
in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey.
Fraysse, with his son, Mike, imported
or had made in the States, frames sold as
Paris Sport. These were manufactured by multiple suppliers including Bertin, Vitus (Bador) and
Starnord (the latter bikes made by Bernard Dangre's company DANGRE-STARNORD, of Valenciennes, northern France.
This company also made bikes under the France-Sport and NORD-STAR
brands. It also had the rights to the Eddy Merckx name for France.)
"..(Starnord was a)
relatively small family-owned affairs but they managed to produce a
full range of bikes from kid's' tourers and racers right through to
serious amateur racing machines... sponsored local semi-pro teams
from time to time. An interesting fact about Dangre-Starnord is that
the company never kept any stock; it did not have a warehouse. Every
frame and cycle built was
ordered by someone, and each customer, regardless of the model, price,
etc., of their bike and could choose their own spray finish from a
range of about 20 colours."
A Paris Sport model "Vigorelli"
discovered by "Nick Z"
Steve Derby's very clean Paris Sport with full Campagnolo
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