In Northern Spain, between Pamplona and Bilbao, cycling manufacture had a stronghold from early on.
So it was no coincidence that it was there, in the municipality of Altsasu, where a family decided to found a bicycle manufacture.
In 1969, five family members threw all their knowledge and connections into one pot and created Razesa. A bicycle brand which should become synonymous with the finest Spanish road bikes.
Already from the beginning, they were dedicated to high-end racing frames and bicycles.
First fame was earned when they started to provide Zeus, a high-end bicycle components factory in the nearby Abadiño with frames for their top models.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s Razesa started to sponsor their own pro teams like ZOR-Encendedor, Malvisa Colchon and others.
But it was in 1990 that they landed their real coup by equipping the cycling team Banesto with their bikes, thus having champions like Delgado and Indurain ride their frames to glory.
By then it was already clear that 'Big Mig' Miguel Indurain was a future grand tour classifications contender but nobody knew just how incredibly successful this young lad would become in the following five years.
It is from that exact year, 1990, from which our bike stems, a Razesa made for Indurain with all the right measures. It was not a bike which he used in a grand tour but most likely for training and probably in less important races.
We are happy to be able to offer you a fine and rare piece of cycling history, the like of which does not pop up too often.
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Used. The bike is in good working condition. The frame has no cracks and is not bent. One tiny ding at the side of the downtube. Paintwork and decals are original. All parts have been checked and are working fine.
Frame & Fork
Razesa; Reynolds 653 tubing
Campagnolo C-Record; 180mm; 53/41
3ttt; 42cm (c-c)
Campagnolo C-Record Delta
Campagnolo C-Record; 7-Speed Freewheel Regina 12-21