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1989 Eddy Merckx Extra Corsa Project

Old 07-29-16, 03:19 PM
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1989 Eddy Merckx Extra Corsa Project

This 1989 Belgium built Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra is my latest project. I purchased it from the original owner who raced the bike successfully as an amateur. It's the perfect size and a grail bike, but it arrived in complete but well-used condition. When I unpacked it, I thought it would never look like-new and would just make for a fun and fast daily rider. Three month later, I'm glad I was wrong, it should become very well finished and presentable.





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The bike spent three months with Duane at Chester Cycle in Chicago. Duane is a highly skilled bicycle painter, he repaints for Colnago anytime they have a bike that requires warranty work. He is incredibly talented at matching paint, even complex colors including metal flake and other special effects. He didn't need to do a complete repaint, most of the painting on the bike is simply a spot repair carefully blended in. The downtube decals are original as are the red and green portions of the frame. It looks fantastic. Ignore the seatpost & saddle, they will be replaced. The wheels are identical to original, but I'm undecided on keeping them. I'm also undecided on the tires.























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Wow!! Cool Bicycle. Does it fit you? That's one very "long" Seat Post.
Is that a 3TTT Evolve Quill Stem open face? I just bought one of those and so far I think it's great.
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That is nice work. I have an '89 Century that needs -a lot- of TLC. Were there any issues with the chrome on yours?
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I have a '90 Corsa Extra and it is by far my favorite best riding bike that I own.

What size is your frame?
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Very nice!
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Nice! -- If those are Dura Ace hubs - ya might just have 'em re-laced to a fresh set of rims, ----

Were it mine i'd run tubulars, --- but the Vittoria Corsa CX open tubular line up is the next best thing
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Love the pearl white and frosty green with the dark blue. I think this is my fave Merckx color combo. Makes mine look like a fairly Plain Jane.

It touched up really well.
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Great looking bike. I thought that 1988 was the last year that ADR rode Merckx bikes.
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I can understand why it is a grail!
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Originally Posted by Fivethumbs
Great looking bike. I thought that 1988 was the last year that ADR rode Merckx bikes.
Originally Posted by rjhammett
Very nice!

Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
Love the pearl white and frosty green with the dark blue. I think this is my fave Merckx color combo. Makes mine look like a fairly Plain Jane.

It touched up really well.

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Five thumbs, you are probably correct on the manufacturer date, the prior owner purchased the new frameset in 1989. I know ADR is a prestigious Belgium racing club that produced top national talent. Where can I find out more about the history of the team during this era?
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Wow Mike, you're on a roll! Another knockout.

1988?

(Perhaps do a search at bikeraceinfo. Thinking this was the controversial era '89 for LeMond contract and jumping to Team Z.)

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Unfortunately because team ADR was not a big team internet information is limited. Much of the information I have on the team is from old magazines. ADR was a small Belgian professional cycling team in the late 80s, sponsored by a trucking company I believe. Notable stars included Eddy Planckaert, Dirk Demol, Johan Museeuw. The team rode Merckx bikes with the color scheme shown above through the 1988 season. The team had a big win in 1988 with Planckaert, riding the same bike in this thread, to victory in the Tour of Flanders.

In 1989 the team was able to sign Lemond despite ADR being a smaller team. The team was able to land Lemond because the consensus at the time was that Lemond would never be the same as he was in 1986. Lemond had just left PDM in 1988 and during his time on PDM, he showed no sign of his former ability. Therefore, he did not have big teams interested in paying the salary that Greg wanted. But ADR decided to take a chance and the team signed Greg. That year the team also changed bicycle sponsorship to over to Bottecchia. That same year also Greg wanted to race in America for the Coors Light team but unfortunately the professional rules at the time would not allow a pro to ride for two different teams even if they were racing on different continents. Therefore, Coors Light and ADR agreed to join forces to create one team that would now be called Coors Light-ADR. In the U.S. Greg rode Lemond-branded bicycles for Coors Light and in Europe he rode Bottecchia and Bottecchia-branded TVT bicycles for ADR. He won the Tour de France that year riding steel Bottecchia bicycles on some stages and a Bottecchia-branded carbon TVT frameset on others. He then won the Worlds riding a Lemond-branded TVT. In 1990 his star status was back so he was able to sign for a bigger team, Team Z, sponsored by a clothing manufacturer. On Team Z Lemond rode steel Lemond bikes and also rode a Lemond-branded TVT to another Tour de France win.
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Will we "Dare" see this in August?
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Originally Posted by Wileyone
Wow!! Cool Bicycle. Does it fit you? That's one very "long" Seat Post.
Is that a 3TTT Evolve Quill Stem open face? I just bought one of those and so far I think it's great.
Originally Posted by bobdenver1961
I have a '90 Corsa Extra and it is by far my favorite best riding bike that I own.

What size is your frame?

It's a 63cm c-t seattube with a perfect-for-me 590 mm top-tube. I usually pair this tt length with a 120mm stem and zero offset seatpost. I like the stem, and will use it, but it will need the gray anodized handlebars, brake levers and brake calipers to maintain the match.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
That is nice work. I have an '89 Century that needs -a lot- of TLC. Were there any issues with the chrome on yours?

My chrome is clean and damage free. I would recommend Chester Cycles for the paint and he might have a plan for chrome chainstay repairs.
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Originally Posted by DMC707
Nice! -- If those are Dura Ace hubs - ya might just have 'em re-laced to a fresh set of rims, ----

Were it mine i'd run tubulars, --- but the Vittoria Corsa CX open tubular line up is the next best thing

I've got Mavic 501 hubs that came with the bike, I'm considering H plus Son TB14 anodized gray rims and Vittoria Corsa CX (or the current replacement from Vittoria).
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Originally Posted by SJX426
I can understand why it is a grail!
Originally Posted by crank_addict
Wow Mike, you're on a roll! Another knockout.

1988?

(Perhaps do a search at bikeraceinfo. Thinking this was the controversial era '89 for LeMond contract and jumping to Team Z.)

Thanks'
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Originally Posted by Fivethumbs
Unfortunately because team ADR was not a big team internet information is limited. Much of the information I have on the team is from old magazines. ADR was a small Belgian professional cycling team in the late 80s, sponsored by a trucking company I believe. Notable stars included Eddy Planckaert, Dirk Demol, Johan Museeuw. The team rode Merckx bikes with the color scheme shown above through the 1988 season. The team had a big win in 1988 with Planckaert, riding the same bike in this thread, to victory in the Tour of Flanders.

In 1989 the team was able to sign Lemond despite ADR being a smaller team. The team was able to land Lemond because the consensus at the time was that Lemond would never be the same as he was in 1986. Lemond had just left PDM in 1988 and during his time on PDM, he showed no sign of his former ability. Therefore, he did not have big teams interested in paying the salary that Greg wanted. But ADR decided to take a chance and the team signed Greg. That year the team also changed bicycle sponsorship to over to Bottecchia. That same year also Greg wanted to race in America for the Coors Light team but unfortunately the professional rules at the time would not allow a pro to ride for two different teams even if they were racing on different continents. Therefore, Coors Light and ADR agreed to join forces to create one team that would now be called Coors Light-ADR. In the U.S. Greg rode Lemond-branded bicycles for Coors Light and in Europe he rode Bottecchia and Bottecchia-branded TVT bicycles for ADR. He won the Tour de France that year riding steel Bottecchia bicycles on some stages and a Bottecchia-branded carbon TVT frameset on others. He then won the Worlds riding a Lemond-branded TVT. In 1990 his star status was back so he was able to sign for a bigger team, Team Z, sponsored by a clothing manufacturer. On Team Z Lemond rode steel Lemond bikes and also rode a Lemond-branded TVT to another Tour de France win.

Great info! what would be the first year for the ADR livery on a Extra Corsa?
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Beautiful Merckx, Michael, you have found yet another really nice bicycle for your collection.

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Will we "Dare" see this in August?

Hi Robbie


I'll be riding the Pinarello Gavia, and I will probably bring the Colnago Nuovo Mexico for Fridays activities. I'm still sourcing a few key parts for the Merckx but it might get included.
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Originally Posted by qcpmsame
Beautiful Merckx, Michael, you have found yet another really nice bicycle for your collection.

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Thanks Bill! I hope it turns out as well finished as your Medici.
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Originally Posted by Barrettscv
Great info! what would be the first year for the ADR livery on a Extra Corsa?
I believe the ADR team rode the Merckx Corsa Extras in 1988 only. And I believe they were outfitted with Mavic components. Before that they rode MBK bikes. I forgot to include Dirk Demol's 1988 win at Paris-Roubaix on the same bike as yours. Here is a link to a video of Planckaert riding to the Flanders win.

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You found a real nice one, man!

Worth the time and effort put into the search, no doubt.
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