Eddy Merckx Hotta TT700
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Model: Hotta TT700
Brand: Eddy Merckx
Category: Time-Trial
Years: Mid 1990's - Late 1990's
Country: Belgium
Production: Individual Hand Crafted
Sold As: Unknown
Material: Carbon
Construction: monocoque
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: 700c
Added By: gotan on 03/19/11
Updated By: JFischer on 03/23/11
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Model General Information
frame:  is HOTTA TT700, full monocoque carbon TT frame, HOTTA = english company, Chris Boardman won the Tour de France Prologue on a simmilar frame in 1996, the frame is rebadged with Eddy Merckx labels, on the frame there is also a small name lable: Malfait Hendrick - maybe former owner?  there are also bikes made labled with: "Dunlop Hotta",


Primary Example:Eddy Merckx HOTTA TT700
Years:Mid 1990'sSold As:Unknown
Bottom Bracket:English/ISO: 1.370 x 24Brake Mounting:Recessed
Lug Style:N/A (Non-Lugged Frame)Brake Guides:Internal through Top Tube
Fork Style:Straight BladeSeat Stays:
Fork Crown Style:Main Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:VerticalColor(s):red
Additional Resources
Marketplace:Looking to buy one of these?Sell one like this
Resources:Reference & ChartsCatalogs
Brand Information(click to expand)
 Eddy Merckx rode frames during his career built by a number of builders such as Masi, Colnago, and De Rosa.  After his retirement from cycling Merckx set up his own frame manufacturing business with the guidance and help of Ugo DeRosa where they turned out nicely crafted machines.  There are also a number of Molteni Merckx branded frames which were produced by Falcon in England.  
 
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