Garelli Concorde Bimatic – 1976 49cc

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    Hi folks,

    I now need to get a set of wheels for my trusty machine (which I’ve owned since new) :D , or at least a new set of rims that I can rebuild with my existing hubs and spokes. Can anyone help, or at least with some info on where I might find such parts?

    Also, I need a new set of tyres because mine are splitting on the sidewall with age and won’t pass the MOT, but I can’t find the size advertised anywhere (front is marked with 2¼ – 16; rear is marked with 20.225).

    Any help would be really apreciated.

    Best regards,




    September 18, 1999

    I have owned a Garelli Concorde for the last 20 years or so. It has not run for about 10 years or so, but now I am going to try to get it back on the road. I could do with a source of spares. I’ve found a site called for pistons and rings and a few other bits. I have the original Garelli manual for my Concorde which I think includes the Gulp-matic, its fairly basic though. I have just acquired a Garelli Super Sport which was originally for the American market, anybody got any history on this? — Andy Sharpe —

    andrew at



    Hi Andy,

    Thanks for the tip on Garelli spares. I’ve managed to get a nearly new condition rear wheel on ebay recently…

    If you’re interested or stuck, I have all the original Garelli workshop manuals and full illustrated parts catalogue for the Concorde and some special tools that I had manufactured for me that you can use to completely change the clutch, strip the gearbox, etc… I’m sure we can work out a deal if you need any copies or wish to rent the tools…



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