They don't make em like they used to.
Not just the bikes. Look up 'Hard' in your Oxford dictionary and this is what you'd see. Sean Kelly.
Check out the Motorola rider in the background, out of the saddle, muscling his bike up the gradient. Kelly seated and pumping out 1.21 gigawatts.
Sean Kelly. PDM. 1989 Tour De France.
Take a good LOOK.
Brett's PDM Concorde 'Squadra'.
The frame was refreshed by cyclart and is a redonkulously amazing finish, far better than the factory. The unique orange headtube was a salute to Kelly's triump in the 1988 Vuelta.
A deviation from the team issue Campagnolo, an immaculate Superbe Pro 8s ensemble was sourced over time, and in true racing bicycle fashion it has FIR tubulars, rolling on handmade Italian rubber.
Concorde's were fashioned by hand by Pelizzoli who I had the pleasure of meeting in person last year.
This bike is so amazing it makes my job of documenting it a breeze. If you'd like similiar keepsakes of your concorse steed, you know where to come. Put the kettle on.
Ride safe, and for this one on sunny days when it's dry and there isn't a cloud in the sky.