Lüders was next to Rickert the second legendary frame builder in Germany. He was virtually unknown, but has built frames for many top riders. So it's just the right combination for today's classic. The Lüders road frame can be seen on the jumping horse of the steering head logo. It is down to the smallest detail the Ferrari horse, only on white coat of arms. This gem of Reynolds 531 captivates with its beautiful thimbles and ornaments. The classic 70s bandarol design and the stickers under lacquer emphasize this beautiful craftsmanship "Made in Berlin".
Reynolds 531,Shimano 105,
3TTT Alberto Masi
Added by N8Eule. Last updated over 4 years ago.
Posted over 4 years ago