Atom 1950s rear riveted 40h track type hub.

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fatbike

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From what I understand is: Atom produced a high flange type track hub in the 1950's which had the flanges riveted to the hub in a very similar fashion to that of the 'Prior' large flange riveted hub of the 32/40 hole version. Very limited information on these hubs, I know not a high end, but I like to see some examples. Anybody know anything else about them? Perhaps does anyone have a front 36h example or available? Thank you.

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juvela

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It would have been produced in the Etablissements Maurice Maillard facility located in Incheville.

The companion front would have more likely been a thirty-two hole rather than a thirty-six.

Here is a photo from an exposition held in 2016 to honour Maillard products through the years. The firm was founded in 1909.

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Prior is also one of the company's badges. Advert of 1950 -

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[image from google who got it from veloretrocourse forum]

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fatbike

I live for the CABE
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It would have been produced in the Etablissements Maurice Maillard facility located in Incheville.

Very cool. Thank you @juvela That is one big hub on the table. The companion front would have more likely been a thirty-two hole rather than a thirty-six.

Here is a photo from an exposition held in 2016 to honour Maillard products through the years. The firm was founded in 1909.

View attachment 1260191


Prior is also one of the company's badges. Advert of 1950 -

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[image from google who got it from veloretrocourse forum]

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juvela

I live for the CABE
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drillings -

it was common at the time of the subject hub for hubs and rims to be sold in sets of 32/40 drilling

an arrangement especially popular in Britain

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in addition to the well known hubs, pedals, cogs and gear blocks Maillard was also a producer of brakes under the LAM name -

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LAM brakes shown in Gentil et Cie catalogue of 1939 -



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