Concorde bicycles were usually built with steel frames, made by expert craftsmen like Giovanni Pelizzoli using Columbus tubing. During the late 1980s and early 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 still special items and valued by collectors worldwide.
Here we present you our Concorde Aquila from the 1980s made by Giovanni Pelizzoli. It is a fine example of precise work with typical touches of the Pelizzoli workshop. This top model, made of lugged Columbus tubes, is a real beauty with many engraved detailes all over the frame featuring the eagle logo of Concorde. It features a number holder under the top tube, which is a hint, that the bike is meant for serious riding.
As for the components, you will find the Campagnolo Super Record groupset with a nice wheelset laced around the incredibly smooth Mavic hubs. A cherry on the top is the braking, which is nothing less then the iconic Campagnolo Cobalto.
This is the ideal choice for someone looking for a high quality bicycle eligible for Eroica events and useful for everyday riding as well.
|Size (Center-Top)||54 cm|
|Top Tube||54 cm|
|Head Tube||12 cm|
|Crankset||Campagnolo Super Record; 172,5 mm; 53/42|
|Bottom Bracket||Campagnolo Record|
|Seat||Selle San Marco Rolls|
|Hubs||Campagnolo Record, 6-speed|
|Rims||Wolber AS40 Aubisque; 700C tubulars|
|Tires||Vittoria Competition; 622/23 tubulars|
|Stem||3ttt; 12 cm|
|Stembar||3ttt; 40 cm|
|Chain||YBN hard plated NEW|