Eddy Merckx 525 Carbon Road Frame
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Eddy Merckx 525 Frame
Frame: 525 Unidirectional HM Carbon, 12x142mm TA.
Fork: 525 Unidirectional HM Carbon, 12x142mm TA Brake Type: Flat Mount Disc Axles: Thru-Axle Cable Routing: Internal Model Year: 2020 Frame: 525 Unidirectional HM Carbon, 12x142mm TA.
Fork: 525 Unidirectional HM Carbon, 12x142mm TA Steerer: Tapered Bottle Cage Mounts: Double Wheel Size: 700c (622).
Brake Callipers: Disc Brake.
The Eddy Merckx 525 Disc Road Frameset is top-performing carbon road racer that provides the perfect balance between strength, efficiency and agility at a low weight. Plus, it features thru-axles and disc brake mounts for modern high-level performance. Description The Eddy Merckx 525 sits the summit of agility, aerodynamics and comfort while retaining a low weight.
It's the chosen bike for Oliver Naesen when he's racing rough terrains across cobbles and for battling the wind during the hardest Classics. Also, it is favoured by Romain Bardet for the longest and hardest race days during Grand Tours and Spring Classic events.
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Eddy Merckx Frames
Eddy Merckx is widely regarded as the greatest ever road cyclist, winner of 11 Grand Tours (5 Tour de France victories, 5 Giro d'Italia and 1 Vuelta), all five Monuments, breaking the Hour record, World Championships and countless other achievements. Nicknamed The Cannibal due to his ruthless racing style, after retiring from professional cycling Eddy founded his Belgian bike company in March 1980. Inspired by Ugo De Rosa (of De Rosa fame) Merckx setup his first factory in Meise, and due to the popularity of the brand later moved to Zellik. The brand has a strong tradition of employing former riders, such as Jos Huysmans, Edouard Janssens, and Bob Lelangue, which lends further credibility to the brand as well as providing valuable employment after cycling. Initially bikes were constructed from steel, but this was later surpassed by aluminium as material of choice. After a brief dabble in titanium, a large proportion of Merckx bikes are now constructed from carbon due to it's high strength and low weight properties. In 2008 Eddy retired as CEO, but still provides input as a consultant to the engineers. Famous riders that have competed on Merckx bikes include Erik Zabel, Robbie McEwen, Tom Boonen, Frankie Andreu, Lance Armstrong and George Hincapie - if the bikes are good enough for Eddy and riders of that calibre, then you can guarantee they won't let you down.
For more information on the history of his bike company, please visit their wikipedia page. Alternatively you can view the official website's latest bike range.