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Eddy Merckx Blockhaus 67 105
$1,999.00
Until the 1967 Giro, Eddy Merckx was known mainly as a sprinter. By winning the very tough 12th mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia at the Block Haus, he established himself as an outstanding climber and emerged as the preeminent grand tour rider of his generation. The Blockhaus 67 105 is a light, stiff, aluminum racing bike that punches well above its weight. Shimano outfitted this sweet chariot with fast-rolling wheels and an 11-speed 105 drivetrain that provides smooth shifting and reliability along with a wide range of gears to get you up steep climbs. Shimano 105 brakes keep you secure when you fly back down. An aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the weight low, the aesthetics tight, and ensures the Blockhaus combines outstanding stiffness with great compliance.
Eddy Merckx EM 525 Endurance Disc Frame
$4,499.00
The best racer of all time, Eddy Merckx, won a total of 525 races during his career as a professional cyclist. An unequaled record that Merckx are proud to link to their road racing speed machine. Stability, stiffness, speed, and safety reach a new dimension on the EM 525 Endurance. Its carbon frame and fork are built to race while offering a higher level of comfort thanks to the relaxed geometry. The EM 525 is incredibly stiff and features an integrated fork and seatpost for superior aerodynamics, and powerbox asymmetrical chainstays that can handle every watt you can throw down. This top-shelf machine is a love letter to the most decorated professional career in the history of the sport.
Eddy Merckx Strasbourg 71 Alloy 105
$2,699.00
Eddy Merckx set the tone for the 1971 Tour de France when he narrowly out-sprinted Roger De Vlaeminck on a gravel track. As a testament to this historic win, Eddy Merckx created the Strasbourg 71, a racing bike designed specifically for gravel roads and off-road adventures. The lightweight aluminum frame is more than happy cruising a paved highway, but the sturdy construction and clearance for up to 40mm tires makes it truly at home on endless rolling gravel roads. Sturdy DT Swiss Spline wheels wrapped in Clement UHS tires have a split personality: able to handle whatever rough road you seek out while remaining nimble and fast-rolling on race day. Shimano outfitted this beast with a smooth-shifting 105 drivetrain, along with hydraulic disc brakes to give you unmatched control in all conditions. A plush Prologo saddle keeps you comfortable mile after bumpy mile, while the aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the aesthetics tight and weight low.
Eddy Merckx Strasbourg 71 Alloy Ultegra
$3,299.00
Eddy Merckx set the tone for the 1971 Tour de France when he narrowly out-sprinted Roger De Vlaeminck on a gravel track. As a testament to this historic win, Eddy Merckx created the Strasbourg 71, a racing bike designed specifically for gravel roads and off-road adventures. The sprightly alloy frame is more than happy cruising a paved highway, but the sturdy construction and clearance for up to 40mm tires makes it truly at home on endless rolling gravel roads. Lightweight DT Swiss Spline wheels wrapped in Clement USH tires have a split personality: able to handle whatever rough road you seek out while remaining a nimble and fast-rolling on race day. Shimano outfitted this beast with a smooth-shifting Ultegra drivetrain, along with hydraulic disc brakes to give you unmatched control in all conditions. A plush Prologo saddle keeps you comfortable mile after bumpy mile, while the aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the aesthetics tight and weight low.
Eddy Merckx Strasbourg 71 Carbon Ultegra
$4,999.00
Eddy Merckx set the tone for the 1971 Tour de France when he narrowly out-sprinted Roger De Vlaeminck on a gravel track. As a testament to this historic win, Eddy Merckx created the Strasbourg 71, a racing bike designed specifically for gravel roads and off-road adventures. The sprightly carbon frame is more than happy cruising a paved highway, but the sturdy construction and clearance for up to 40mm tires makes it truly at home on endless rolling gravel roads. Lightweight DT Swiss Spline wheels wrapped in Clement MSO tires have a split personality: able to handle whatever rough road you seek out while remaining a nimble and fast-rolling on race day. Shimano outfitted this beast with a smooth-shifting Ultegra drivetrain, along with hydraulic disc brakes to give you unmatched control in all condition. A plush Prologo saddle keeps you comfortable mile after bumpy mile, while the aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the aesthetics tight and weight low.
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