Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - good deal?
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2008 Cannondale Capo....mostly stock with the exception of EAI cog and new FSA crankset...also comes with an extra pair of Nitto bullhorns. The price is $475...do you guys think its a pretty good deal? Let me know, thanks
01-01-09, 09:35 PM
I'd grab it. I assume used; $475 is a pretty good deal w/o tax or shipping if your getting this locally. However some will say the components on the newer Capo's aren't as nice, but I figure you'll be upgrading anyways since that seems to be the trend here.
01-01-09, 10:56 PM
yea i have heard about the so-so components on the newer ones....but what components exactly are the not so good ones so i know what to replace first??? Thanks for the replies
01-02-09, 02:10 AM
That's a great deal. All the components will hold up nicely under normal riding. I would get some kind of foot retention on the pedals though (toe clips/straps, power grips, clipless pedals) assuming it still has the platforms that come on it.
decided not to grab it...went and rode it and stuff but it just didnt feel comfortable to me. I kinda have my mind set on saving some money for a bareknuckle
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