Pelissier 1001 Competition (low flange, 3 piece hub shell)
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Category:  Hubs
Name:  Pelissier 1001 Competition (low flange, 3 piece hub shell)
Brand:  Pelissier
Model:  1001 Competition
Years:  N/A
Country:  France
Added By: peterbman on 03/31/14
Updated By: peterbman on 04/12/14
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General Information
Pelissier catalog on Robert Broderick's velo-pages.com site says the P1001 skewers are "Competition" model, so perhaps these lower level (than Professional) Pelissier hub are named Competition as well
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Etablissement CL. Pelissier & FILS was established in 1909 in St. Entienne - Loire. They made Hubs, Chains, Pedals, Toe clips and thorn catchers under the Pelissier brand.  The earliest hubs are branded only with "C P" on them.  In the 1970s another company from Boen, Ets. Perrin & Courson also produced Pelissier branded hubs as well as producing hubs under the "Perrin Maillard" label.

Christoph Ulbrich: the Pélissier brand used for French hubs relates to the Etablissements Cl. Pélissier, later Ets. Pélissier Père et Fils, which has been founded in 1909 by Claude Pélissier in Saint-Etienne, 10 rue Chomier. I am quite sure that there is no relation to the three racing brothers by the same name. Besides Pélissier other brands used by this company for their hubs were Primm-Hub, C.P. and Plume. I think it was in the early 1970 years when Perrin et Courson bought the Pélissier brand. As they operated together with Maillard a combined office of development the well-known Pélissier high flange hubs were also marketed under Perrin-Maillard.  ... Sources: -Bernard Chaussinand: L'Industrie du Cycle à Saint_ètienne et dans le bassin de la Loire - L'industrie du Cycle  
 
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