1986 Concord Freestyle
American MADE 100% chromoly freestyle classic
This bike was ,originally, going to be used as temporary parts to use on one of my CW builds... but doing some research about Concord BMXs, and this model... made me want to keep it, as a rider.
The Concord Freestyle was made around 85-86, and it was 100% made and built in the US(in Ohio)... while most BMX companies were starting to send their frames overseas to be produced... Concord kept it in the USA. They made the frame/fork out of 100% 4130 chromoly and equipped it w/ high quality parts.
The Freestyle retailed for around $350 brand new, and was competing with bikes such as the GT Pro Performer, CW California Freestyle, Kuwahara Bravo, Dyno Compe 2, Redline RL20A/B, Haro Sport, Skyway Street Beat, etc... I remember, these bikes were NOT sold in dept. stores and seeing a neon blue one being sold in a racing bmx shop, back in the 80's.
**Other than the new Duro whitewalls, it's an OG survivor. Thanks for the info, from all the GREAT members on here and this wonderful site. Enjoy.
- Freestyle / Flatland
- Company: Concord
- Model: Freestyle
- Wheel Size: 20"
- Headtube size: 1"
- Details 4130 Concord frame/fork, OGK mags, forklifter stem, Kenda freestyle tires(orig)... switched to Duro whitewalls, Dia Compe levers, ODI Mushroom grips, Tuff Neck PowerDisc, Suzue hubs, KMC chain, Chang Star calipers, Dominator seat, CyclePro Spinner pegs, Chrome bullet valve caps