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Eddy Merckx bikes

MoonbikerMoonbiker Posts: 1,706
edited June 2017 in Road buying advice
Merlin has some bargins atm only in limited size/women models though.

https://www.merlincycles.com/road-bikes ... ddy-merckx


Eddy Merckx Blockhaus 67 frame review:

https://www.bikerumor.com/2015/06/05/fe ... ckhaus-67/

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  • Rented one in Lanzarote a couplevof years ago, an EMX 105 and really rated it.
    Since changed my Specialized for another Specialized anyway.
    considered buying one butbI guess its like someone who has had many VW golfs accepting that the Volvo or Subaru may be better, but know that buying anoyher golf guaranteed an acceptable level of satisfaction without the risk.
  • cougiecougie Posts: 22,512
    Just been rescued by Ridley I think ?
  • TiesetrotterTiesetrotter Posts: 432
    Yep. That should see them become a lot more competitive. I had an EMX3 which I loved ...... met an untimely end with a pot hole and the insurance company wouldn't replace like for like I had to choose their list. Not a bad thing but I really wanted to stay with a Merckx.
  • animal72animal72 Posts: 251
    Thanks for the link, I think.
    You've just cost me a Gravel bike for the Mrs. Great value though.
    Condor Super Acciaio, Record, Deda, Pacentis.
    Curtis 853 Handbuilt MTB, XTR, DT Swiss and lots of Hope.
    Genesis Datum Gravel Bike, Pacentis (again).
    Genesis Equilibrium Disc, 105 & H-Plus-Son.

    Mostly Steel.
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