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During the 1971 Tour de France, Eddy Merckx not only victoriously rode into Paris donning the yellow jersey, but won the difficult first stage in Strasbourg as well. The stage into town ended on a gravel track where Merckx narrowly beat Roger De Vlaeminck in a sprint. The Strasbourg71 gravel race bike is an ode to this stage win where Eddy confirmed his sprinting prowess on extremely challenging terrain.

Strasbourg71 Disc

€3,499.00
Available from March
Geometry
XXS XS S M L XL XXL
TOP - 435 445 475 505 535 -
A - 74 74 73.5 73 73 -
B - 140 146 156 168 175 -
C - 521 531 547 565 575 -
D - 105 124 144 168 187 -
E - 71 71.5 72 72.5 73 -
F - 395 395 395 395 395 -
G - 45 45 45 45 45 -
H - 991 999 1007 1017 1023 -
I - 425 425 426 427 427 -
J - 577 584 591 600 605 -
K - 70 69 69 69 68 -
REACH - 368 373 378 384 388 -
STACK - 528 546 567 592 611 -
CRANK - 172.5 172.5 172.5 172.5 172.5 -
BAR - 400 420 420 420 440 -
STEM - 90 100 110 110 120 -
Frame SB71 Unidirectional HM Carbon, 12x100 TA
Fork SB71 Unidirectional HM Carbon, 12x100 TA
Crankset Shimano Ultegra 50/34
Sprocket Shimano Ultegra 11-30
Chain KMC x11
Handlebar DEDA Zero 100
Wheels Fulcrum Racing 700 DB
Tires Challenge Gravel Grinder
Stem DEDA Zero 100
Seat post DEDA Zero100
Saddle Selle Italia XR
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The Strasbourg71 frame consists of impact-resistant material below the downtube, as well as behind the seat tube, where you can have a lot of stone impact during a gravel ride. On top of that we offer an integrated chain catcher to protect your pedal stroke on rough terrain. The wide clearance of the front and rear fork allows 40mm tires. This bike can be equipped with mudguards and travel bags for real adventure. To perfectly accommodate those travel bags your bottle cage can be put in different positions.

Thanks to the road geometry transforming your bike for a spin on the pavement can be done easily. Just change your tires and hop on your bike.