Concorde bicycles were built on the basis of Italian steel frames which were made by expert craftsmen like Ciöcc using Columbus steel tubes. During the late 1980s and 1990s, Concorde sponsored the Dutch cycling team PDM with Rudy Dhaenens, who won the World Championship in 1990 riding a Concorde road bike. Concorde bicycles are always quality machines.
Just as this Concorde Colombo from the early 1990s. The frame from Columbus Cromor tubing has been been joint in the classical way using lugs. This tubeset was quite popular back in the day for its great stability and just very small weight difference to for example SLX. As a quality product, all dropouts are made by Campagnolo.
The bike has been equipped with a complete Shimano 105 groupset, which is exactly what you want if you are after miles and years of troublefree riding. The rest is fine too with Rolls saddle, Ambrosio Elite rims or NOS 2Erres stem and bars.
Ideal choice for someone looking for a low maintenance yet high quality and actually fun bike.
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