Eddy Merckx

Eddy Merckx branded bicycles were made by various select builders/manufacturers in the 1970s:

Italy’s Pela, Masi, Colnago, DeRosa, Britain’s Falcon, Belgium’s Kessels & Terryn, France’s Jeunet & Starnord, Switzerland’s Allegro and Japan’s Miyata.

And then in 1980, Eddy Merckx opened his own workshop in Meise, Belgium. Eddy sold his company in 2014.

Who made the bikes Eddy actually rode during his career? HERE

Eddy Merckx bicycle serial number registry HERE

Bicycles made in Eddy's workshop (other country's serial numbers maybe later)

Oct 25, 1972, Eddy set an astounding record that would last for many years.

Bicycle Guide magazine article, March 1991

Click to down load Acrobat pdf files (Scans courtesy Mark Bulgier)

The description: First Generation Eddy Merckx/Ugo De Rosa road bike from 1980 in excellent vintage condition! High-end model (A6) from the first year of the Belgian road bike manufacture, made with Columbus tubes and Campagnolo drop outs, designed by Eddy Merckx with the assistance of Ugo de Rosa! “