Sold Classic & Vintage Eddy Merckx

52 cm

Eddy Merckx Professional 531 Classic Road Bike 1982

Reynolds 531 tubing. Chromed fork. Campagnolo Record groupset.

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52 cm

Eddy Merckx Strada Classic Road Bike 1986

Team Panasonic paint. Owned by Freddy Maertens. Campagnolo Victory.

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Eddy Merckx

In the last few years, Steel Vintage Bikes have sold over 1000 complete bicycles, over 300 bicycle frames and many, many parts to our customers from all over the world. All the bicycles you see here have been meticulously restored by our team of mechanics, serviced at our workshop in Berlin and safely shipped via our global delivery service.


We have delivered a wide range of high-quality bicycles to our customers, such as pre-1987 models for Eroica events, modern classics from the 1990s and beautifully crafted urban bicycles. Our aim is to provide only the best bicycles we discover.


After leading the Molteni team between 1971 and 1976 to countless successes, Eddy Merckx retired from competition in 1978 and founded his own eponymous bicycle company in 1980. The aim was to design and build the greatest racing bikes in the world. Eddy Merckx bicycles are highly regarded, and synonymous with prestige and high quality. The Cannibal applied the same dedication that brought him numerous victories to running his own business, and many professional cycling teams used Merckx frames in the 1980s and 1990s – 7 Eleven, Motorola and Quickstep to name a few.


Here you can find a catalogue of every Eddy Merckx we have sold to date. However, we regularly update our website with new products; subscribing to our newsletter means you are first to see what is coming soon.

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