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Road Cycling “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle.” -- Ernest Hemingway

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Old 12-27-05, 12:25 PM   #101
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Sorry if I came off as not beliving you but at first glance I thought it was an al frame.
If I were to just add all my components and frame my bike comes in, minus computer, at 15.11. Weight at the LBS on a digital scale it comes in with computer at 17.9oz. I found the same to be true of my LOOK. When I did the build at WrenchScience to check the weight it was 16.4oz but that bike came in at 17.5oz on digi scale.
wait..... Does that include a bike bag with tools etc... in it?
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Old 12-27-05, 12:27 PM   #102
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wait..... Does that include a bike bag with tools etc... in it?
Nope. Bike with wheels, bottle cages, and computer.
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Old 12-27-05, 12:29 PM   #103
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Nope. Bike with wheels, bottle cages, and computer.
ooohhhh. okay. I about fell over. That is still really lite. I bet it's fun to climb.
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Old 12-27-05, 12:49 PM   #104
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ooohhhh. okay. I about fell over. That is still really lite. I bet it's fun to climb.

Well I'm about to loose approx 340g as I just bought a set of Reynolds Stratus Tubulars. My current wheels are Reynolds Alta's (check my for sale listing http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...98#post1969298 ) which are fairly light at 1590g and the tires are 220g +tubes also fairly light. The Stratus come in at 1210g and the tires 270g, so the new weight of the C'dale will be approx 16lbs 13oz.

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Old 12-27-05, 03:48 PM   #105
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Here is my old, 1986 Cdale in the middle of a repaint. I have two clear coats on it and will apply some more after decals. I haven't decided what to put int the panels as of yet, but I am leaning toward writing "Cannondale" in a font similar to the current Lemond script. I am open to suggestions!

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Old 12-27-05, 10:02 PM   #106
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My '97-98 2.8 build before I stripped it for my new commuter.

Now it's just a frame/fork sitting in the garage waiting for.......
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Old 12-27-05, 10:44 PM   #107
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here's mine...

campy centaur
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Old 01-08-06, 07:53 PM   #108
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>>On the Cannondale Six13's looks: I think the bike would be gorgeous...
It IS gorgeous. Yummy bike.

Gratuitous thread... But, what the heck. And, oh, by the way, here's a few of my Cannondales.

My Six13 Team 1 Si '06


My old R1000 '03


My trusty commuter/winter ride Road Warrior 1000 '01


My wife's new Synapse Carbon 2 Ultegra '06
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Old 01-08-06, 08:33 PM   #109
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Six13,

Nice bikes, is that a longer stem on your six13? Your wifes bike is hot (can I say that?)

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Six13,

Nice bikes, is that a longer stem on your six13?...

John
120mm stem on the R1000 and Six13... standard issue. The Six13 is Very Cool... nice bike to ride. Can't wait until this NH winter is over!

Of course... there is too much dirt on the '99 F1000 mountain bike to add that photo too (wrong group), and many moons old by now.

My wish list this year is for a Cannondale Ironman 1 in clearcoat... nice looking bike, though I wish Cannondale made a TT specific frame vs. the tri geometry. Then again, all's I really want is the Zipp 404 wheels, and should just probably just go out an buy some of those.

Wifee is coming back after Kid 3. The bike has 60 miles on it. I can't wait until she gets going on it next summer.

Ride on.

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Pic is outdated; stem has been swapped to a Ritchey WCS and lowered all the way and am waiting for my body to get used to it before cutting the steerer. Seatpost is also WCS (alloy) and bars are WCS traditional curves.
We have the same bike except I swapped out the crankset for an Ultegra triple and my stem is a Bontrager. I did have a Ritchey WCS at one point but it was too long for me.
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Old 01-10-06, 09:19 PM   #112
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A Buick tried to "mate" with my Cannondale while I was riding it.
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Old 01-10-06, 10:06 PM   #113
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Here's mine -CAAD5 with DuraAce, Time RXS-Tis, and an Ouzo Pro. I know the stem looks goofy but it's workin for me!:


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Old 01-10-06, 10:31 PM   #114
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Lets see
Add FSA carbon (bling) wing handle bars and chain ring (bling)
easton 90 (Bling) seat post
Velocity Deep V rims with expert hubs
105 and Ultegra comp
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its a fun bike
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I don't have a picture, but I ride that same 2001 R600 CAAD 4 frameset. I bought the frame/fork NOS and built it up with full 105. I'm running velocity aeroheads and 105 hubs with wheelsmith XL14s/ wheelsmith DB14s on the rear drive side.
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Old 01-10-06, 10:57 PM   #115
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A Buick tried to "mate" with my Cannondale while I was riding it.
Man, that Austin-Healy 3000 looks pretty sweet! Is is still with the six cylinder, what's the deal Serotta?

I like the fork on the Cannondale, don't think I've seen one like that, nice, the Buick modification I guess..
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I don't have a picture, but I ride that same 2001 R600 CAAD 4 frameset. I bought the frame/fork NOS and built it up with full 105. I'm running velocity aeroheads and 105 hubs with wheelsmith XL14s/ wheelsmith DB14s on the rear drive side.
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Man, that Austin-Healy 3000 looks pretty sweet! Is is still with the six cylinder, what's the deal Serotta?

I like the fork on the Cannondale, don't think I've seen one like that, nice, the Buick modification I guess..
Austin-Healey 3000 is a 1967. (2322 made after it before the company stopped making them.) It has a straight 6 cylinder, 2 side-draft SU's, 150 HP, 4-speed with overdrive on the top two, making it a 6-speed. I parked it 18 years ago because of a rattle in 1st gear. Been meaning to overhaul it ever since. Motor still turns over, but I'll bet most of the seals are gone. Wanna buy it, I'll begin checking on the shipping to Oregon!

Cannondale fork does truly have the Buick modification. If you look carefully you will also find my blood on the toptube, and a three inch crack under the headtube. A friend has recently completed an aluminium class, and is going to get the frame and fork as his shop project.
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My 2005 with a few mods...
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Old 01-12-06, 11:10 AM   #119
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Nice Cannondale’s everybody!

I’m looking to get my wife one too - I’ll post pics of course.
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Here are a few pics of my repaint of a 1986 Cannondale. My first repaint and made my own decals.







Had it out on Wednesday for a 30 mile test ride. I swear orange is faster than red.
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Here is my C'dale CAAD8 in race trim
2005 CAAD8 Frame/Slice Fork 54cm
'04 Chorus Brifters/Brakes
'05 Record rear dr/'04 Chorus front dr
Deda Newton Bar 44cm c-c
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Reynolds Stratus DV Tubulars w/Vittoria CX 11/23 full ti cassette
Weight 16.0

Before anyone starts in on the green bar tape, it was a practical joke by my LBS and sponsor...so now I'm stuck with it for the year.



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New to the road bike thing, bought this today.

2006 Cannondale R700
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Here are a few pics of my repaint of a 1986 Cannondale. My first repaint and made my own decals.


Had it out on Wednesday for a 30 mile test ride. I swear orange is faster than red.
Beautiful job, happy riding!!
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'05 CAAD8 Record/Chorus mix. Shown here with my training wheels, CXP 33's with PowerTap Pro rear hub. Racing wheels are Reynolds Alta's or Campy Nuetrons.



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