Andy’s 1992 Motorola Pro Team Bike

Attn Steve! Is this the real deal?


1992 Motorola Pro Team Bike Andy Hampsten Eddy Merckx
Eddy Merckx Motorola Frame measures –
Seat Tube Center to Top = 57cm (55.5cm center to center)
Top Tube Center to Center = 58.5cm
Stem = 105mm
Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 8 Speed Groupset with 172.5mm FC-7410 Cranks
Cinelli Panto Stem and Cinelli Champion Del Mondo Bars
Ambrosio Giro D’Italia Rims 32H on Dura-Ace 7400 8sp hubs
Avocet Racing II Titanium Saddle and Avocet 40 computer

Bicycle was originally purchased from in Switzerland See the link below for even more pictures

This bike is is fantastic original condition. It has not been ridden, only displayed.

This bike is most likely Reynolds 753 even though the label says Columbus TSX
Merckx built the bikes like this for Hampsten to be lighter for climbing.

There is also no chrome and flat top fork to save weight.

Your chance to own a piece of cycling history used by a great champion.

The bicycle is in Museum Display Condition.


4 thoughts on “Andy’s 1992 Motorola Pro Team Bike

  1. I think it’s the real deal but it’s hard to know what tubing it’s made from. Andy said the best frame he ever had was a Merckx 753 frame which he then wrecked in its first race, the Wincanton Classic, in Brighton. (I happened to be there fwiw.) He didn’t say that there were more of the 753 frames than the one he had.

    I had one of his old team bikes for a while, probably from the same year but built for the spring classics. Rode great, weighed a ton.

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  2. I just bought it…….. Andy was one of my favorite riders. 8 years ago steve was putting stuff on e-bay of Andy’s kicking my self for not buying then.

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