Terryn Competition Classic Road Bicycle 1970s

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ID: 19716
Brand: Terryn
Size: 58 cm
Condition: The bike is in good condition. The frame has no cracks, no dents and is not bent. Paintwork and decals are original. All parts have been checked and are working.
Era: 1970s
Product ID: 19716
Description:

Charles Terryn was a professional Belgian cyclist who raced from 1943 to 1960. Despite his long career he ended up with not much glory to his palmarès. - At least he could claim that the war had robbed him from some of his best racing years.
It was when he started to work as a mechanic and opened a bike shop together with his cousin, that he became really successful. He first served as a team mechanic for Rik van Looy's Faema and later for several other professional teams. He famously (had) built the bike on which Eddy Merckx won his first Tour de France!
Since he was as clever a salesman as a mechanic, his bicycle shop Cycles Terryn in Brussels was widely considered one of the best all through the 1970s.

The quality of the bikes which were sold under his name, and the frames of which most were built by two master frame builders from Belgium, was absolutely top and on the same level with some of the finest Italian bikes of that time.
- As you can easily see on our Terryn Competition road bicycle from the mid-70s.

The foundation of this bike is formed by Terryn's favourite combination: Reynolds 531 tubes and a Campagnolo Record groupset, which dates back to 1974.
Fine cutouts in the lugs, a Cinelli cockpit, Larcia NOS and also NOS Benotto bar tape are the little details, which elevate this elegant gem to even higher level.

This piece with original paint and decals is a perfect opportunity for somebody who wants a bike of the same quality as Eddy Merckx' first Tour-winning machine.

Very special, indeed!

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