✓ Original vintage frame - built in the 1960s
✓ Lightweight for the era - just 2.7 kg
✓ Thoroughly checked over & photographed in detail
✓ Worldwide shipping
The Joco company was started by Matheus Antionius ('Toon') de Jonge in 1919 and began building frames five years later from their base in Amsterdam, quickly becoming highly regarded throughout Europe. Offering four models: the Course; Super Course; Tour of the Netherlands and Tour of Europe in road and track versions, their bikes standing out from a sea of identikit black bikes by the judicious use of brightly coloured enamal finishes. Though Joco haven't built any frames for fifty years their reputation as a high-end builder is still intact and they are still much sought after.
This wondeful Ronde Van Europa (Tour of Europe) model track frameset from Joco is built to an impeccable standard from Reynolds 531 tubing and Nervex 45/159 lugs. With a stunning enamel finish, neat lug lining and chromed rear triangle, forks and head tube lugs this was clearly a very high end frame. A rare opportunity to pick up an unrestored period race machine from one of the best builders of the time.
The frame's been carefully checked by one of our mechanics to confirm the alignment's correct and there's no damage to the threads. If there are any minor issues worth noting we will do so in the overview section below. Please take a good look at the detailed photos so you can see the cosmetic condition of the frame before you buy.
Condition Notes -
Tiny ding on top tube, at the seat tube end.Era -
DutchFrame Material -
2.7 kgStock Code -
Size Guide* - Medium (Approx 32 1/2" Inside Leg)
Seat Tube (ctc) - 55 cm
Top Tube (ctc) - 56 cm
Head Tube - 148 mm
Chainstay Length - 42 cm
Wheelbase - 102 cm
*This is just a guide, not a guarantee the frame will fit as every rider is different. If you're unsure of your size we'd always recommend trying out a bike with similar frame dimensions first.
Rear Spacing -
110 mmFront Spacing -
100 mmSeatpost Diameter -
27.0 mmWheel Size -
700c/28"Brake Fixing - Bottom Bracket Thread -
English/British/ISO ThreadHeadset Thread -
Standard ISO (24 TPI - British/Italian)Headset Stack Height -
37 mmFork Crown Race -
26.4 mm (ISO)Headtube Internal Diameter -
30 mmSteerer Internal Diameter -
22.2 mm (Standard)
▼SHIPPING, TAXES & RETURNS
We've been safely sending orders around the world since 2010. There's a handy shipping calculator on the shopping cart page so you can see the cost of postage as soon as you've added it to your basket. Your order will be carefully packed and sent with tracking & insurance, we despatch most orders within 2-3 days but larger items and orders placed before the weekend can take an extra day or two to process.
We accept returns, please notify us within 14 days and ensure the item arrives back with us no later than 30 days after the order was received.
We don't charge VAT, however, if buying from outside of the UK please remember that there may be import fees to pay directly to the delivery company before receiving the order. Unfortunately we can’t advise on the exact costs as it varies from country to country, so please check your national rates before purchasing.
Seat Tube (ctc) - we measure from the centre of the bottom bracket shell up to the centre line of the top tube to give a consistent measurement regardless of frame design (ctc means centre to centre).
Top Tube (ctc) - this is measured from the centre of the head tube to the centre of the seat tube, along the centre of the top tube.
Chainstay Length - measured from the centre of the bottom bracket shell to the centre point of the rear dropout.
Wheelbase - measured from the centre of the front fork dropout to the centre point of the rear dropout.
Front & Rear Spacing - measured from the inside of one dropout to the other. The dropouts on steel frames can be stretched or squeezed a few mm but it's always best to avoid this if possible, aluminium or carbon frames should never be stretched.
Headset Threads - although it's generally recommended to match threaded parts exactly, with headsets you can technically mix and match, unless you have French or the obscure old Raleigh threads, in which case you need to stick to that type.