Gazelle Stayer-fiets
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Model: Stayer-fiets
Brand: Gazelle
Category: Track Fixed Gear
Years: N/A
Country: Netherlands
Production: Custom Ordered
Sold As: Bare Frameset
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Fixed Gear
Wheel Size: 700c Rear, 24" Front
Added By: Elev12K on 10/29/10
Updated By: Elev12K on 10/29/10
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Model General Information
Designed for the purpose of generating speeds up to 100km/h behind a derny or motor pace bike on the track. 

Stayer competitions were extremely popular in the thirties ans still is in some parts of Europe. Stayerbicycles are designed and build according to very strict regulations. For example the distance from front axle to bottom bracket can be no less than 550mm. This is part of the reason why various generations look consistent in their appearance.


Primary Example:Gazelle Champion Mondial Stayer-fiets (Early 1980's)
Years:Early 1980'sSold As:Bare Frameset
Bottom Bracket:English/ISO: 1.370 x 24Brake Mounting:
Lug Style:Brake Guides:
Fork Style:Seat Stays:
Fork Crown Style:Main Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:Color(s):pearl white, red met
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 While the bulk of the frames produced by Gazelle over the course of its history have been dutch style city bikes, their line of high end racing frames are often considered an under appreciated gem.  The Champion Mondial line of frames started to be produced in the early 70's was produced in multiple versions in fairly significant numbers, however very few were ever exported beyond the Netherlands or adjoining countries.
 
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