Teams often sell their equipment at the end of the season to make room for the next year and at the same time get good pocket money. According to Jumbo-Visma, proceeds from this auction will go towards training talent within the team.
Choice is enough
Jumbo-Visma begins with an auction of a number of private bikes. With Vingegaard winning the green jersey of Vos, Van Aert, Blauwe Bouwman and Dutch champion Markus and many other victories, there is a lot of material that went into these historic days. You can bid on these items now.
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Auction deal? Vingegaard touring bike. With the frame plate of a classic Fall (the bike was still used after the Tour) still installed. At the time of writing, bids are still at €1,800. Deal for a bike costing over 10,000 in store. The expectation is that the price will continue to rise. If you already have a good bike, a Vingegaard autographed yellow jersey could be a great Christmas gift (for yourself).
Wout van Aert
The Wout van Aert climbing bike from the last ride is also for sale. Tire size 56, relatively small for a Belgian at 1.90m.
Prefer a goat bike? Yes, Marianne Voss’ bike is also up for auction. The bike with which you dominated the first edition of the Tour de France. Is the red, white and blue front fork more your thing? The champion bikes of Riejanne Markus and Pascal Eenkhoorn have also been sold.
But the pinnacle of resistance for Dutch cycling enthusiasts is Tom Dumoulin’s latest professional bike. Despite the fact that he is only 185 cm taller, and therefore 5 cm shorter than Woot van Aert, Dumoulin rides a bike with the same frame size, longer stem and saddle height that is certainly not lower than the Belgian’s. They may have added the Van Aert crest to his overall height.
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