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525 is an iconic number in cycling. Every seasoned sports enthusiast knows that it refers to the staggering number of victories Eddy Merckx achieved in his career. For us, 525 was an obvious choice for the competitive bike's name.
In our range, the Mendrisio stands out. This all-round racing bike was named after the Swiss municipality because of the second world title the namesake achieved in 1971. Why did Eddy Merckx Bikes choose this particular victory? Which aspects of the story are reflected in the bike? And what else belongs to the collective memory?
When you hear 'Strasbourg,' you probably think of the European Court of Human Rights or the oldest part of the capital of Alsace. However, in cycling terms, Strasbourg is particularly notable for Eddy Merckx. In 1971, he won an epic Tour de France stage on unpaved roads, which is the direct inspiration for naming our bike after it.
Out of love for Flemish cycling heritage, we present a special 'Retrosonic' line. On these limited edition bikes, you can combine the heroism of the 80s with the latest cycling technologies.
Eddy Merckx Bikes and M Leuven join forces for a charitable cause. They are auctioning a unique bike inspired by 'The Last Supper' by Dieric Bouts. The proceeds will go entirely to 'De Warmste Week.'
In November, the Craft Bike Days took place in Bielefeld, Germany. There, we presented our Corsa Pévèle, a steel all-road bike handmade in Belgium.