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Old 05-19-07, 02:52 PM   #1
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Cannondale replacement parts ?

HI , I have recently bought a new bike . it's a Cannondale bad boy 700 disc ( european model )
its a hybrid . I have the options to change out forks + wheels on this bike to make it mtn bike on the weeknds and a road bike during the week for my communte to work .So i was wondering if anyone knows of an online shop where i could buy wheels and forks for my Cannondale , here in Sweden or in the EU in general would be great ?
any help on finding a good / great online bike shop or where to get replacement parts for a Cannondale would be great news for me ..
I know of 1 shop in the UK . web address is WIGGLE

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Old 05-19-07, 04:15 PM   #2
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I would try Cannondale dealers or bike shops in your area. You can look on Cannondale's dealers on their website.
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yepp thanks for the response ..
we have a Cannondale dealer here , and i am going to see them on monday. but shouldnt there be an online shop somewhere were they have / sell Cannondale parts =?
cannondale.com doesnt havenaything on thier site i can see :S
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I know of 1 shop in the UK . web address is WIGGLE

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Just contact any Cannondale dealer and they can help. In fact most parts fitted to a Cannondale are not Cannondale specific and any LBS will be able to help you
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Since it is a 700c disc have you tried using 29er MTB tires for your weekend MTB trips?
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Since it is a 700c disc have you tried using 29er MTB tires for your weekend MTB trips?

yeah just today i put on the 26ers and went for a spin around the neighborhood .. it felt odd ,..:S
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