Edco have innovated with bicycle components over the years. Their innovations include a patent in 1975 for a sealed bottom bracket assembly, it’s IGP system (shift levers located on hydraulic brake calipers) in 1993 and the Super G hub released in 2000. In 2007 Edco was taken over by Dutch inventor and engineer Rob van Hoek. The design, engineering, testing and assembly operations were relocated to s’Hertogensbosch in the Netherlands.
Innovations have continued with the introduction of the Multisys-freehub body whose patented design allows for Shimano, SRAM or Campagnolo cassettes to be fitted without any changes or modifications to the freehub body.
We are planning to stock a range of Edco wheels at Cycle Right. In our gallery below we have a Cipollini built up with a pair of Edco Optima Albis, but we’ll have many more examples in the store soon.
Designed for durability, Edco’s Optima series provide legendary performance at an entry-level price.
Light, stiff and wide, ProSport is Edco’s go-anywhere-fast, do-everything-well wheel.
A showcase of design, engineering and manufacturing, the SuperSport series has ultra-low weight and competition ready.
AeroSport’s deep V profile, based on aircraft design principles, aim to calm the turbulence generated at the leading edge of the wheel. Perfect for time trials, triathlons and racing.
Edco Wheel Gallery
This Cipollini Bond has been paired with Edco’s Optima Albis wheelset.