Eddy Merckx Frames and Bikes
In 1980, two years after Eddy Merckx retired from racing, he started his bicycle company. The greatest bicycle racer of all time is just as serious about building great racing bikes as he was about competing as a road racer. Merckx was famous for being a demanding rider, insisting upon perfection in all details of his equipment. The consensus is that he brought this same approach to his brand of bikes.
Though Merckx sold his company in 2014, our inventory of Merckx frames was built under Merckx's ownership and direction.
Made with Dedaccai Zero-Uno steel tubing. The frameset is new, but it has been built up. It is a special frame, having been chosen by the importer to be displayed at a trade show (as a complete bike). The wheels are not included in the price.
A superb example of the Belgian framebuilding art
Front view. The sloping external investment-cast fork crown gives a compliant, stable ride.
Rear view showing the generous rear-triangle chrome (also on the front derailleur braze-on which keeps the paint from flaking) as well as the fast-back rear seat-stay attachment.
This beautiful frame is made with Scandium SC 7000 alloy tubing with carbon fiber seat stays and chain stays.
The bike is very slightly used and has a small dent in the top tube (see picture).
This Merckx Team SC bike is ready to ride. And it could be yours.
Seat tube close-up showing the tubing decal
A longer shot showing the great-looking Merckx graphics
A close-up of the small dent