Concorde Prelude
Model: Prelude
Brand: Concorde
Category: Road Race
Years: Early 1980's - Early 1990's
Country: Netherlands
Production: Factory Production
Sold As: Unknown
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: 700c
Added By: JFischer on 01/10/10
Updated By: JFischer on 01/10/10
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Model General Information
Uses "PRX" tubing which is described by Columbus as "new SLX".  Dropouts appear to be Campagnolo short horizontal, however they could be marked by with the name of any number of brands/names which copied (or had the same supplier as) Campagnolo.

Primary Example:Concorde Prelude (1993)
Years:1993Sold As:Unknown
Bottom Bracket:Brake Mounting:Recessed
Brake Bridge:Gipiemme Recessed typeDerailleur Cable Routing:Under Bottom Bracket
Lug Style:Short PointBrake Guides:Internal through Top Tube
Fork Style:Curved BladesSeat Stays:Rounded
Fork Crown Style:Fully SlopingMain Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:HorizontalColor(s):White with blue/blue green graphics
Additional Resources
Resources:Reference & ChartsCatalogs
Brand Information(click to expand)
Information on Concorde is fairly sketchy, but it appears that the brand was based out of the Netherlands but source most if not all of their frames for firms in Italy, with some of them possibly being of Japanese origin.  Earliest Concorde bikes I've been able to find reference to appear to be around the mid-1980's era, however their paint schemes often suggest that most are from the later 80's time period and into the early 90's.
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