In 1964, Eddy Merckx marked the start of his extraordinarily successful career and became the amateur World Champion in Sallanches, France. As a testament to this watershed moment, Eddy Merckx created the Sallanches 64, a carbon racing machine that combines race-level stiffness with ample long distance comfort. Shimano's 11-speed 105 drivetrain provides crisp, smooth shifts right at your fingertips. The wide-range gearing will get you up and over the steepest bergs, while the Shimano 105 hydraulic disc brakes keep you in control on the way back down. Fast-rolling Fulcrum wheels sit beneath this beast, while a Prologo saddle delivers exceptional comfort mile after mile. A lightweight aluminum cockpit and seatpost finish off the build. Go ahead and grab a piece of cycling greatness by hopping aboard the Sallanches 64.