New LeMond Bicycles: Combine, Team Z, Team ADR

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One of the coolest booths at Interbike was the LeMond Bicycles booth. Hanging on the huge back wall were 3 bikes with huge banners of Greg LeMond behind each one. The Combine, Team Z and Team ADR each represent one of LeMond’s tour wins. For now, there is only one frame being made in 3 different special edition graphics. There will only be 100 of each bike made and the bikes are made in France by Time.

These are the first bikes to carry Greg LeMond’s name since his acrimonious departure from Trek bicycles several years ago. One nice option for these bikes is that you can get them spec’ed with Campagnolo’s 80th Anniversary Record groupset.

Combine (1986 Tour de France)
Celebrating Jean Marc and the first carbon fiber bike to win the Tour de France and Greg’s victory in the Combination Jersey Competition. Designer and engineer, Jean Marc Gueugneaud

Team ADR (1989 Tour de France)
Colors of the ADR team jersey. Designer and engineer, Jean Marc Gueugneaud

Team Z (1990 Tour de France)
LeMond Bicycles, founded 1986. 1st American Bicycle Company brand to win the Tour de France. 1st American Bicycle Company to win the Tour de France on a carbon fiber bike. Designer and engineer, Jean Marc Gueugneaud

The 3 bikes are available right now and for a complete bike it runs from $8000 to $12,000 depending on the groupset and for a frame the MSRP is $4500.

New LeMond Bicycles: Combine, Team Z, Team ADR Gallery
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Lemond Bicycle - Combine

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Greg LeMond - Combine

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Combine - information

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Limited Edition 1986

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Combine - chainstays

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Lemond Bicycles - Team ADR

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Greg LeMond - Team ADR

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Team ADR - information

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Team ADR - 1989 Limited Edition

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Team ADR - head tube and head badge

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Team ADR - Carbon frame

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Team ADR - chainstays

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Team ADR - fork

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Lemond Bicycles - Team Z

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Greg LeMond - Team Z

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Team Z - information

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Team Z - seat stay

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Team Z - chainstays

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Team Z - fork

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Lemond Bicycles Team Z

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato has been the Site Manager of RoadBikeReview.com for many years and enjoys riding local Portolla Valley roads. Besides being an avid cyclist, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


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  • Cam says:

    Great looking bikes, but does anyone find the primary colour choice of yellow and black kind of ironic?

  • Downtown says:

    Yikes yes, but there is only one yellow and carbon is black

  • Herman Snow says:

    Need a Lemond Tourmalet 53/54 inch frame. My frame broke today on a road ride,
    Did Lemond warrant these frames? My broken bike(frame) is probably 12/13 years old
    but was a great road bike for me. Are there any Lemond Tourmalet frames in stock
    anywhere? Herman Snow

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