Go for the superior ascent
Until the 1967 Giro, Eddy Merckx was known mainly as a sprinter. By winning the very tough 12th mountain stage, finishing at the Block Haus, he also made his name as an outstanding climber and tour rider.
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The BlockHaus 67 has an ultra-light (1,150 grams) and stiff aluminum frame, with a carbon fork (360 grams). Eddy Merckx Cycles has a rich history as an aluminum frame builder and is therefore launching this premium aluminum racing bike that can compete on results with the best alloy racing machines in the world. The BlockHaus 67 truly combines outstanding stiffness-to-weight values with great compliance. Ideal as a light climber that stands up to hard knocks.
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|Shimano Ultegra||Shimano RS11|
|Color Anthracite (Supergloss)||Wheelset Shimano RS11|
|Frame Alloy 6069 TB||Tires Continental Ultra Sport II 25|
|Fork Carbon Monocoque|
|Shifters Shimano Ultegra ST-6800||Sadle Prologo K3 STN|
|Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra FD-6800-F||Handlebar Deda Zero 31,7mm 420|
|Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra RD-6800 SS||Stem Deda Zero 80mm|
|Crankset Shimano Ultegra FC-6800, 50-34T 170||Griptape Eddy Merckx Grip Tape Grey|
|Bottom Bracket Shimano BB-RS500PB|
|Cassette Shimano 105 CS-5800 11-28T|
|Chain Shimano CN-HG601-11|
|Brakes Shimano Ultegra BR-6800|