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Batavus Challenge Reynolds 531 61cm

Batavus Challenge Reynolds 531 61cm

Regular price €350,00 EUR
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A very neat Batavus Challenge from around 1991. The frame features a really cool retro purple colour scheme that screams 90's without being too tacky - a rare feat! All black cockpit adds to the look as do the tan walled tires.

The frame is constructed from the famous Reynolds 531 butted steel tubing and is kitted out with a complete Shimano Exage 500EX 7x2 groupset, Biopace crankset, Rigida Score wheelset.

New Bontrager saddle
New Michelin Dynamic Classic 28-622
New Elvedes stainless steel gear and brake cables
New Elvedes brake blocks
New bar tape
New brake hoods

The frame is 61cm c-t suitable for people approximately 178-188cm.

About Batavus

Batavus is a Dutch bicycle and moped manufacturer which was founded in 1904 in the Netherlands. Batavus Intercycle Corporation (Intercycle on some of the older bicycles) was not only the leading manufacturer of bicycles and mopeds in the Netherlands during the 1970s but like all the best brands established its racing pedigree with big wins at prestigious races. A Batavus bicycle was ridden by Gerben Karstend, as he achieved two stage wins in the Tour de France in 1966 and Leontien van Moorsel became the world champion in the 1991 Road Race on a Batavus.

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