Campagnolo Record (1035) / Mavic Monthlery Vintage Tubular Road Wheels

✓ Original vintage wheels - in production from the 1950s to the 1960s
✓ Lightweight for the era - just 1.9 kg (for the pair)
✓ Suitable for historic cycling events such as L'Eroica
✓ Professionally serviced, cleaned & tub glue removed*
✓ Worldwide shipping

Campagnolo Record wheels built with Mavic Monthlery rims, the hubs hailing from Italy and in production from the 1950s to the 1960s. Made from aluminium/steel and weighing in at 1.9 kg - pretty lightweight for a pair of wheels at that time. A fine choice for keeping your vintage bike authentic, but also great for any other compatible bike too.

If you're taking part in L'Eroica or a similar vintage event, these are fully compliant - so rest assured, the pre-1987 police won't lock you up for having the wrong wheels!

The wheels have been serviced, excess glue residue removed and graded as very good condition, but do take a good look at the detailed photos so you can see the cosmetic condition before you buy.

*Heavily bonded glue residue may be left on the rims as new glue can be applied to this. If using tape please check the brand guidelines as some manufacturers recommend removing all traces of old glue, even if extremely well bonded.


Bearing / Race Condition - Very Good
Rim Condition - Good
Hubs - Campagnolo Record (1035) Large Flange 'No Record'
Rims - Mavic Monthlery
Model ID - 1035
Production Era - 1950s & 1960s
Material - Aluminium / Steel
Weight - 1.865 kg
Stock Code - U-W-PR67V


Rim Size - 28"/700c Tubular
Bike Type - Road
Drilling (F/R) - 28/36 Hole
Spacing (O.L.D.) (F/R) - 100 mm / 126 mm
Speed - 5 Speed, 6 Speed, 7 Speed
Sprocket Fitting - Screw On (French: 1.366 x 25.4 TPI)


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Rim Size - this should match the size your bike frame is designed to fit. Standard/full size tubulars only come in one wheel size, these are often referred to as 28" or 700c (sometimes even 27"). These are all the same size, the next size down is 26", so any rims larger than 26" will be standard/full size tubulars.

Bike Type - this is really just a guide, as technically any wheels can be used on any bike as long as everything's compatible. Within reason of course - we wouldn't recommend riding a set of skinny tubular road wheels down a mountain!

Drilling (F/R) - the number of spokes in each wheel (front/rear).

Spacing (O.L.D.) (F/R) - the width of the hubs measured at their widest point, from the outside of the locking end nuts (O.L.D. = Over Locknut Dimension), not including the hub axle. These measurements need to match the inside of your frame and fork’s dropouts. Steel frames can be stretched or squeezed a few mm but it's always best to avoid this if possible, aluminium or carbon frames should never be stretched.

Speed - the number of cogs the rear hub was designed to be used with.

Sprocket Fitting - for cassette hubs this refers to the spline pattern (the shape of the cogs where they slide on to the hub) and this must match the cassette you intend to use. With freewheel hubs it refers to the thread, ISO is the modern standard and is almost exactly the same as older English/British and Italian thread, allowing you to mix and match between these thread types as long as it's not going to be under extreme force, in which case it's best to stick to an exact match. Freewheel hubs with a French thread must be used with a French threaded freewheel.