Sachs-Huret Aris Rival Sports c.1989 Vintage Rear Mech

✓ Original part - produced in the 1980s
✓ Made in France
✓ Professionally checked & cleaned
✓ Worldwide shipping

Sachs-Huret Aris Rival Sports rear mech, dating back to 1989. Made from aluminium/steel and weighing in at 282 grams. A fine choice for keeping your vintage bike authentic, but also great for any other compatible bike too.

The mech's been carefully cleaned, thoroughly checked by one of our mechanics and graded as ok condition, but do take a good look at the detailed photos so you can see the cosmetic condition before you buy.


Body Condition - OK
Jockey Wheel Condition - OK
Production Era - 1980s
Country - French
Material - Aluminium/Steel
Weight - 282 grams
Stock Code- U-RM16V


Shifting System - Sachs-Huret ARIS, Friction
Speed* - 7 Speed
Max Sprocket Size - 28 Teeth
Max Chain Wrap - 28
Chain Width - 3/32"

*See help section.


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We accept returns, please notify us within 14 days and ensure the item arrives back with us no later than 30 days after the order was received.

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Shifting system - friction means your gear levers don't click when you change gear, when they do click it's referred to as indexed shifting. If you have indexed gear levers they must use the same system as the rear derailleur, if you're using friction levers you can mix and match.

*Speed - the number of cogs at the back the derailleur was designed to be used with. This is important with indexed shifting, but with friction shifters you can in theory run any rear mech with any number of cogs, but you are more likely to have issues running high numbers of cogs with mechs from earlier eras.

Max cog size - the amount of teeth on the largest cog of your freewheel/cassette can be no greater than this to work with this derailleur.

Chain wrap - subtract the size of your smallest rear cog from your biggest, then do the same with your chainrings, add the 2 numbers together and you have your chain wrap.

Chain width - generally speaking, derailleurs designed for more than 3 speed use will fit a standard 3/32'' chain, the exception being some Cyclo & Simplex models from around the mid 1900s.