I've been trying to find out some history on a bike I have acquired. It is a Razesa track frame. Now from what I have found online there are two conflicting reports. One says that Razesa was the name of the spanish racing team that Zeus made these frames for. The other says that Razesa was a small custom frame company that took over building frames for Zeus near the end of the company's history. What is the real story behind these bikes? Does anyone know?
I know they were built as track and road frames. I know they were outfitted with Zeus 2000 and Zeus 2001 series components stock. I just found a Zeus track frame and it looks very different from my Razesa, but the fork is the same and bares the Zeus 2001 logo in the metal. Obviously there are ties between these two frames, but were they seperate companies or was the Razesa simply a special version of a Zeus frame outfitted for this Spanish team?