Vintage Concord Bicycles

Last Updated on January 21, 2023 by FAB Jim The Cyclist

Concord is a bike brand that I believe started in the early 1970s and ended sometime in the 80s.  The brand was owned by Columbus Cycles out of Columbus, OH and were imported from Japan.  Kuwahara is the Japanese company I most see mentioned as the manufacturer for Concord.  During the 80s they had a full range of bikes, check out this early 70s Deluxe road bike:

Concord Deluxe

Nice mid-level road bike with lugged steel frame and Shimano Titleist GS rear deralleur, Shimano Dura-Ace brakes, Sugino crankset, Sakae handlebars, and Araya wheels.

Concord Deluxe Road Bike


Bentley – 5-speed cruiser

Black Max 24 – large BMX 24” wheels

Casper – kids 16” convertible bike

Champion – road bike

Cheerleader – girls Stingray style bike

Crusader – kids 20” convertible bike

Deluxe – mid-level road bike

Demon – BMX bike

Demon DX – competition BMX bike

Freedom – entry level road bike

Freedom Delux – mid-level road bike

Lil’ Casper – 12” kids bike

Mini Cross – 16” BMX kids bike

New Yorker – single speed coaster or 3-speed cruiser

Nitro – kids road bike 24”

Pacer – entry level road bike

Royale – mid-level road bike

Silver Bolt -competition BMX bike

Trailmaster – mountain bike

Venture – mid-level road bike

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