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Old 07-05-07, 08:19 PM   #1
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concord road bike HELP

Hi Everyone, I hope this is posted in the correct forum. I bought this bike in the early 90's and haven't ridden the bike much since I bought it. It has been in my parents garage forever now. I can't find any info on the internet about the company(concord) I found a forum on here that discussed a little bit but didn't have the info I needed.

If anyone knows anything about this bike or brand that could point me in the right direction to get a fair selling price or have any clue what it might be worth, that would help out a lot. I got nothing doing google searches and similar.

The only labels on the bike say Concord Classic.

Thanks for your help
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Old 07-05-07, 08:46 PM   #2
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Never heard of the brand, but the brakes and such look to be of decent quality, and it has forged drops. There were a lot of nice bikes back then, that weren't well known brands. I've had a couple, and they both had welded frames with the slip joint construction under the seat, and forged drops, CrMo frames, etc. One of them was a "Santa Fe" MTB, which rode like high end model.,,,,BD

It also seems to have the same component pkg as my Raleigh Olympian I sold not too long ago. Cranks, chainrings, brakes, and so on.
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thanks for the info...I don't know a lot about this bike. I know it has almost all shimano part on it the brakes, crankset, cassette, front and rear derailleurs, etc. It says that the frame is CroMo. The only thing I really added at the time were the look pedals and a profile bar.
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