Team Domo are a successful Belgian cycling team, active in various liveries from the early 80s. They still exist now, as Team Deceuninck–Quick-Step, with many European race victories.
In 2001 and ’02, the team was sponsored by ‘Farm Frites’, a brand of potato chips. The Team was very successful in their two years – in ‘01, they completed a rare podium sweep of the Paris-Roubaix race, known as the toughest single-day race in the European calendar.
The Team returned in ‘02 for another win of the Paris-Roubaix, and a stage win at the Tour de France.
The Team’s bikes were made in Belgium, by Eddy Merckx, and this frame is a factory replica of the Team Domo-Farm Frites colours, and is quite rare.
Team Domo-Farm Frites replica, complete with the original 1″ threadless full carbon fork.
Paint was restored in 2018 by Star Enamellers – it’s immaculate.
Currently, the bike is built as a commuter or casual ride. It runs a Shimano Alivio 9 x 1 drivetrain, with a custom 150mm crankset. This will suit a rider 152cm – 160cm.
There’s carbon bars and a Fizik saddle for comfort, plus gearing is 12-32 on the rear for versatility. It sports a 36/32 first gear – great for climbing hills.
With a lightweight Bontrager Race wheelset and some neat blue Vittoria tyres, this is a very comfortable bicycle, capable of both short and long rides.
It can be quite easily converted to a full-on racer, with road bars and a modern 20 or 30-speed drivetrain. Ask us for pricing on customising it specifically to your own needs.
The bike is now on display at Bike Trax Bicycles in Cessnock, and is available for immediate sale.