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nickwilsonaz:

Thanks for the shirt Richard! Check out his awesome designs here http://cargocollective.com/richardpool

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justcyclingshit:

asundayinhell:

better than you

always and forever better than you

justcyclingshit:

asundayinhell:

better than you

always and forever better than you

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jlb1973:

"In 1989 the Merckx factory produced a limited run of Corsa frames finished in Team Molteni livery. Although not an exact replica, the finish is a fairly accurate reproduction of the frames ridden by the Great One during his days with the Molteni team, from 1971 though 1976."

http://www.raydobbins.com/molteni_replica/molteni_replica.htm

This bike is beautiful. Wish it was in my stable.

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suitcaseofcourage:

1975 Tour de France
Eddy MERCKX and Joop ZOETEMELK
Original VIntage Photograph (9”x12”)

Wearing the maillot jaune, Eddy Merckx leads Joop Zoetemelk as the duo chase Lucien Van Impe and Bernard Thévenet during Stage 14 of the 1975 Tour de France. Van Impe took the stage victory that day by a margin of 15 seconds over Thévenet.

Source: www.HortonCollection.com

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veloaires:

Que dupla.

veloaires:

Que dupla.

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brixtonnihilistcyclingclub:

Fine Young Cannibal / Eddy Merckx

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officinesfera:

A Molteni ad in La Stampa (June 14, 1972)

Here they are advertising some mini salami. 

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