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Concorde bicycle

Old 01-17-21, 05:35 AM
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Concorde bicycle






Not sure if this bicycle constitutes vintage, but would be grateful if anyone could identify the model and year of this bike. The serial number is 969075 if that helps. Brought it a few years back for 40 now using it for my winter and work bike.
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Can't really help much as I haven't figured out mine either. One suggestion I can make is to contact Billato with the serial number and see if they can tell if it's one they made. Roberto Billata said mine came out of their shop. Mine appears to be Columbus tubing of some type with Ultech dropouts.

Mine has several things stamped on the bb. "140606" and "1920" and "56" and "3E" . 56 should be the size and I image the 3E is a reference to the tubing.

I bought mine as a frameset out of France and just recently built it up. It's winter here now with salt on the roads so it hasn't even been ridden yet.


As it sit now, freshly built and waiting for spring.
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Concorde covered a very broad range - from bikes used at the top level of the sport, to more budget friendly models.

interesting seeing the better grade Campy bits on what looks like an entry level machine in this case. Id say you did good at 40 as you could easily get that back by selling off the Campy bits
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