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Concorde History

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Concorde History

I'm trying to find more details on Concorde Bicycles that I believe were manufactured in Columbus, Ohio in the 1980's. Specifically, a model called either Blue Demon or Blue Devil. This was a "childrens" single-speed mountain/BMX style bike with coaster brakes. It was a "new" model that was made by taking what I believe was probably an existing design and making everything twice as thick (everything from the thickness of the tube walls to the rims and spokes). It was a ridiculously heavy bike, but absolutely indestructable... I am looking to purchase one if at all possible, but for now I'm just looking for more information that I can use to start a serious search with...

Thank you in advance for any help/advice you can offer...

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