• http://hughsbicycle.blogspot.com Hugh

    Saaaaah-weeeet bike. I love everything about it except it has a sticker badge. I think it “might” be newer for that reason. Or it could be a re-badge.
    I wonder if at the meeting where they decided to use a sticker instead of the classic metal badge. if someone said, “BADGES! We don`t need no stinking BADGES!

  • http://hughsbicycle.blogspot.com Hugh

    OK. Now that I have my glasses on. I can see that was a sticker on the seat tube. Now I love everything about the bike! Opps

  • edh

    So close!
    It’s almost perfect, needs a rear wheel reflector.

  • Jamie

    Very Nice looking bike! Picked up a craigslist Concord Gran Fury for $35 this winter, same paint/decals/groupo as yours, but smaller, for my 13 year old son. 19.5 inch crank to seat, 21 inch top tube with everything original and in good shape. Must have been in the basement for 30+ years! Yours looks like a 56-58CM? I figure it is a 1974 or 1975 as well. Out of our 3 other classic steel rides (1987 Nishiki custom sport, 1976 Nishiki mixte, and a BCA Azzuri), the Concord is the smoothest ride. Enjoy the ride.

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.lloyd.9638 David Lloyd

    I purchased a Concord Gran Fury during my junior year in high school in the spring of 1978. It is the same color and appears to be the same design. I still ride it today although having weathered many winters up north in an unheated storage locker the paint job has given way to rust spots. I just replaced the front brake cable for the first time six months ago (yes, rust as well). I’ve been through many rims and tires over the years, however, the rest of the bike is original.

  • Tim

    Looks very similar to my 1974 Concord Aztec, which was the same red even. Beautiful bike. Still have mine, ride it several times a week. About to repaint it. Am looking for the chrome chain guard. Think I threw mine out when it got bent. &$#)@! Thanks for the pics. They inspire me.

  • tyler

    does anyone know what the bottom bracket size is?