Here is a topic dedicated to your beloved Concorde cycles..
Please post pictures of yours, or any related info
Recently bought a frameset from the Dutch brand, a NOS Pista model ordered in 1995
I've read somewhere that some pieces of the production were manufactured in Italy by Pelizzoli, especially the PDM team frames. (Late 80's ?)
Also read that some may have been build by Bilato ?
Anyone got informations relative to Concorde's framebuilder and factory?
Already a thread for this but it needs renaming as it’s hard to search...
@Velocio possible a title change on the original thread?
Mistake edited ;)
Here's my old concorde Gavina neo retro build 105 groupset and mavic ksyrium elite s desticker wheels. With gumwalls. Here we were in champagne France.
Here’s mine. Saved from the scrap heap with a DIY re-welded drop out. Gathering parts at the moment to put some gears on!
Here's my Colombo lo pro at the top of Col d'Izoard.
Lo pro at the top of a mountain climb = badass
What gearing is that aswell?? Looks beasty
Sorry for the late reply! It has 53/42 chainrings and the cassette is a 12-21. Photo was taken at the top of Col d'Izoard and we had ridden La Marmotte the day before (although not on the vintage bikes).
Badass indeed. Bravo
Hi, I hope you guys don't mind me posting here, but I have a Colombo for sale (lovely lo pro by the way!), details here https://www.lfgss.com/conversations/331354/#comment14640196. Thanks!
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