Eddy Merckx Bikes presents the ITALIA50. This is a special “La Maglia Rosa” Edition of the existing EM525 to commemorate Eddy’s very first GIRO victory in 1968. What comes to mind from that Giro d’Italia is the legendary snowy ride to Tre Cime di Lavaredo, etched in our memories as the most impressive ascent in Eddy Merckx’s career.
An exclusive event for all current and future Eddy Merckx Bicycle owners and those interested in learning more about the Belgium bike brand while celebrating the greatest cyclist of all time!
Join Service Course Cycle Studio and representatives from Eddy Merckx Cycles for some Belgium Beer and Snacks! Ask about the heritage of the iconic brand and the technology used in the current collection.
A dream come true for any cyclist, Gran Fondo New England presented by Eddy Merckx Cycles promises to deliver a day of fun and excitement to riders of any ability. Comprised of several different routes composed of gravel sectors as well as fully-paved courses, riders will have the opportunity to explore the finest roads and most pristine autumn landscapes that Southern New England has to offer.
Please join us! Come to RI for a fun ride and demo a Merckx Gravel bike. Two loops to choose; a short 7 mile loop with one fairly smooth mostly uphill dirt section or a longer more challenging loop with 4 dirt sections for you and more climbing. Moderately paced- no one dropped!
Please join us! An exclusive event for all current and future Eddy Merckx Bicycle owners and those interested in learning more about the Belgium bike brand while celebrating the greatest cyclist of all time!
Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw, two names that have often cropped up in the sports media in recent weeks. Their medal tallies are extremely positive: two golds, two silvers, and two bronzes in recent championships and at the Ghent Six Day. During the Ghent Six Day we caught up with Kenny De Ketele on Saturday evening to talk about Ghent and the last few weeks.
Travel stories. About you. About Eddy. About racing. Read it here and enjoy the ride!
During the Tour de France in 1971, Eddy Merckx won the race to Strasbourg, which ended with a hard-fought sprint on a gravel track. Would this victory make the same impression if Eddy Merckx were to repeat this feat of strength today? Check out the result here and find out why the Strasbourg71 is not only the ideal gravel bike for off-road adventures but also deserved to win the prestigious 2016 Taipei Design Award.
Mourenx69 refers to Merckx winning the seventh stage of the 1969 Tour de France. This heroic 214.5km ride from Luchon to Mourenx provides the inspiration for a racing bike specially designed for long distances.
This video shows why the Mourenx69 is specially designed for Gran Fondo riders who dare to break away from the pack and have the strength to persevere.