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  • Merckx, Burton and Colnago inducted into the Cycling Hall of Fame

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    The inaugural Cycling Hall of Fame saw three very special icons celebrated for what they have accomplished and given to the world of cycling. Welcome Eddy, Beryl and Ernesto

    Photographs: Simon Gill
    Hall of Fame trophy

    Let’s talk about last night…if we’re honest, it should probably be inducted into the inaugural Cycling Hall of Fame for being such a legendary night in itself. Our guests who came are some of the most iconic figures within the sport. In its first year, Beryl Burton, Eddy Merckx and Ernesto Colnago are the first to be inducted
    Eddy Merckx
    There’s the age old saying that you should never meet your heroes because they will always disappoint, thankfully that was certainly not the case with Eddy Merckx. His palmarès is something we are never likely to see again in the sport. Mark Cavendish presented him the trophy.


    Read: The Cycling Hall of Fame – Eddy Merckx

    Denise Burton Hall of Fame

    He took to the stage alongside Denise Burton who collected the award posthumously for her mother’s lifetime achievements. Beryl was one of the most courageous and determined cyclists who won nearly 100 national championships and seven world titles.


    Read: The Cycling Hall of Fame – Beryl Burton

    Colnago C64 Gold Private Edition, Rouleur Classic (Pic: Sean Gill)

    Ernesto Colnago needs very little introduction, the level of craftsmanship that he puts into his Colnago bikes drives many aficionados to go weak at the knees.


    We welcome all three into Rouleur’s Cycling Hall of Fame and celebrate them for their iconic achievements.



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