Tomac Ottantanove 7 Eleven NOS
This beautiful frame was named 1989 in Italian, ottantanove. That year John Tomac started in the 7/11 Pro Cycling Team, the team we all know from those days. That is why he choose to paint this frame as the original Eddy Merckx bikes ridden at that time.
John Tomac was, besides road cycling, even more famous in mountainbiking. In several World Championships he won gold and silver medals. For that he is one of the few cyclists in the MTB Hall of Fame. After cycling in the 7/11 team he cycled for another year in the Motorola team. Later on he started manufacturing bikes and that is where this frame comes from.
- The frame has 2 smalll paintchips on the rear fork, see pictures
|Kleur (colour) | Conditie (condition) [usr 5]||Rood/groen (Red/Green)|
|Frame/gewicht (frame/weight)||Columbus steel – 2900 g|
|Frame maten (frame sizes)||58 cm center-top|
|(zie maattabel/sizeguide)||55 cm toptube|
|Voorderailleur/type (front derailleur/type)||Klemband (Clamp)|
|Achtervork (rear spacing)||130 mm|
|Balhoofd (headset)||1 inch|
|Opmerkingen/extra`s (remarks/extra`s)||NOS frame met 2 kleine beschadigingen op achtervork, rechts (NOS frame with 2 small paintchips on rear right fork)|