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Old 03-01-11, 01:57 PM   #1
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cannondale need help with year and model

can anyone tell me the year, model and the value of this bike tyvm
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Old 03-01-11, 04:56 PM   #2
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Is that a 1" headset? That 'dale might be older than '92 then. I think in '92 Cannondale was using 1 1/4" on some bikes.

Its a good bike with a light strong aluminum frame. As for value, its worth whatever someone would pay for it. I'd just donate it to a Goodwill/ARC. I doubt you'd get $50 for it.
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Old 03-01-11, 06:12 PM   #3
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Oh thanks someone was selling for $200 on craigslist I thought about buying maybe I should talk it down to $100
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Old 03-01-11, 06:51 PM   #4
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The general consensus is that mountain bikes get no love from the market, so $200 is rather high.

But as a keeper, it looks like an awesome urban bike if it fits.

Given how far it is outside the city, I can't imagine he has many offers. You could probably get him closer to $100.
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how much do you think the bike weighs?
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Old 03-03-11, 04:42 PM   #6
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Appears 90's model -- Cannondale did use 1" steerers on some models into the mid-90s. It's a good frame, very light. Group is probably junk, ask what model (e.g. SM-xxx or whatver). Looks like alum fork so it'll have a STIFF ride. Would make a good urban bike. And it is a Cannondale. I'd pay $100 for it, no prob. 200$ is high but not crazy if great condition.
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It looks to be a 1990's with the decal on the top tube and rapidfire shifters. Which is good as they came w/ Crmo forks in varing degrees of quality depending on the line. Components either SunTour XCM or Shimano Deore again depending on level.

http://sanaandterry.com/cannondale/year/1990/1990.pdf
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