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Country:JapanPrimary Focus:Bicycles
Years of Operation:1972 - 1989
General Information
 A Japanese built frame (though one model was actually made by Cinelli and are highly valuable) for the US market imported by WSI (Western States Imports).  The Centurion name was dropped some time around 1990, replaced by Dimondback.  A newer, updated version of the Centurion Bicycles by Ashley Wright article can be found in this site's Articles section with a history and outline of the brand's models.  
Bicycles & Frames
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Frame ModelCategoryAdded / Updated
Centurion Ironman Dave Scott ExpertRoad Race09/04/2017
Centurion Semi ProRoad Race08/25/2017
Centurion TurboRoad Sport11/21/2015
Centurion LeMansRoad Sport11/21/2015
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Additional Resources
Catalog NameSourceFile SizeDate Added
1989 Ironman Owners ManualVeloBase2,776kB12/30/2007
1979 Centurion CatalogVeloBase4,141kB1/23/2009
Resource LinkCategoryDetails 
Centurion Serial Number DatabaseBest of BikeForums.net C&VLong running thread with many models and serial numbers listed.
Centurion Bicycles by Ashley WrightBrand Specific WebsitesCenturion Specific article on SheldonBrown.com
Vintage CenturionBrand Specific WebsitesUp and coming site dedicated to preserving a knowledge base for Centurion Bicycles
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