Centurion Pro Tour
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Model: Pro Tour
Brand: Centurion
Category: Road Touring
Years: 1976 - 1984
Country: United States
Production: Factory Production
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Derailleurs
Wheel Size: - - - -
Added By: JFischer on 09/08/09
Updated By: bulldog on 11/28/21
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Model General Information
Fully equipped Touring model from Centurion during the early 1980's.  Catalog example photo from 1983.

Primary Example:Centurion Pro Tour
Years:N/ASold As:Unknown
Bottom Bracket:Brake Mounting:
Lug Style:Brake Guides:
Fork Style:Seat Stays:
Fork Crown Style:Main Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:Color(s):
Frame Example List
 Example NameYearsProductionSold AsIncludes
Centurion Pro Tour (Early 1980's)Early 1980'sMass ProductionComplete BicycleFrame Details
Centurion Pro Tour (1980)1980Mass ProductionComplete Bicycle
Centurion Pro Tour (1980)1980Mass ProductionComplete Bicycle
Centurion Pro TourN/AUnknownUnknown
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Frame Serial Numbers(click to expand)
Serial NumberFrame DetailYearAdded By
M3M01764Centurion Pro Tour (Early 1980's)Early 1980'srustybike
 
Brand Information(click to expand)
In 69/70 Centurion was started as a brand of WSI, they were Importing bikes from Japan and labeling them as Centurions, a few years later they would introduce the Professional model which was made by Acer-Mex (same company that made Windsor Bicycles). which continued on til the late 70's when production of the Professional was moved over seas. in the mid 70 Centurion offered BMX bikes and quickly changed the BMX line to its own brand as Diamond Back in 1978 and in the early 80's sold  Mountain Bikes.  Most all of the models were made in Japan and some lower end models were made in Taiwan.

though one model was actually made by Cinelli for the US market in 1985, named the Cinelli Equipe

The Centurion name was dropped some time in 1990, and were rebranded as Diamond Back . for the first couple years these road bikes, declared on the frame graphics that it was "Designed by Centurion" 
 
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