The few Daccordi bikes I have seen through the years have been nicely built and attractive. The company began in 1937 with Giuseppe Daccordi and a partner. The start of World War II required suspending their business but they were able to re-start after the war ended. During the 1960s son Luigi joined his father in the business.
Today, Daccordi's top of the line frame is the Divo model (above), a 950 gram frame, Made in Italy. A complete bike, as equipped above, has a price of 5,800 euro; the frame, fork, and headset is 3,120 euro. The frame can be ordered to measure, or is available in standard sizes (seat tube center-to-center, slightly sloping top tube) of 43- 46,5 - 48,5 - 50,5 – 53 – and 55 cm. Interestingly, the frame can be had with an integrated mast as pictured or with a traditional seat post configuration.
Details of pictured bike:
Frame: full carbon Divo
Fork: Columbus Carve Mega full carbon
Headset: Silva a-headset of 1 1/8”
Gruppo: SRAM Red (compact 50/34, cassette 12-25)
Handlebars: Dedaelementi Presa full carbon
Stem: Dedaelementi Zero100
Saddle: San Marco Zoncolan
Wheelset: Miche SWR full carbon
Tubulars: Vredestein Fortezza pro Tricomp 700x21
Complete bikes are available with Campagnolo, Shimano or SRAM groups.
Via Ilaria Alpi, 26/28
56028 S. Miniato Basso (Pi)
Tel. 0571/401447Fax 0571/401512
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