Jean Stablinski racer

Stablinski 10 speed

NOW SOLD

For sale this Stablinski 10 speed that stands out from the crowd. It has a nice component mix with Sachs/Huret gearset, CLB brakes with Sulky drilled levers, Guid bars, Solida crank with Lyotard pedals, lightweight wheels with Rigida rims. The frame which is 52cm is manufactured from Reynolds lightweight 501 tubing.

It’s light, nimble and pink and it will turn a few heads!

Jean Stablinski was a French professional cyclist from a family of Polish immigrants. He rode from 1952 to 1968, winning 105 races as a professional. He won the national road championship four times – 1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964. However he won the world road championship in 1962 and he won the first Amstel Gold Race in 1966 and Vuelta a España in 1958.

On 7 April 2008 he was remembered by a memorial beside the Wallers-Arenberg road he had introduced to Paris–Roubaix. The memorial was made in blue limestone from Soignies by the sculptor Michel Karpovitch.