Description: André Jeunet who had his manufacture in Dôle, France, was a constructeur who was able to build a very wide range of bikes. From a small folding bike up to professional level racing bikes. He was also the person behind the Jacques Anquetil and Raphaël Géminiani brands.
So we are very happy to be able to present a Jeunet Champion Mondial from the 1970s . This was was Jeunet's top model, only rivalled by the Service De Course, which was a custom built version.
Our Jeunet is made of Reynolds 531 tubing throughout and still shows its nice original paint.
On the technical side we interestingly find a mix of high class Italian and French components. Campagnolo Record shifting and braking, plus a Record seatpost and a Cinelli cockpit are complementing Stronglight, Mavic and Maillard parts.
This bike simply looks terrific and, as you would expect, is a nicely riding machine on top!
A French vintage ride with some style! »See Details
Used. The bike is in good condition. The frame has no cracks, no dents and is not bent. Has been modified for extra Bidon holder. Paintwork and decals are original. All parts have been checked and are working fine. Rear wheel with a slight bump but runs straight.