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FS- 25" 1993 Cannontale T700. Buy frameset or anything more up to full bike

Old 08-19-19, 08:11 PM
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FS- 25" 1993 Cannontale T700. Buy frameset or anything more up to full bike

For sale is the full bike or the frameset plus whatever else you want that's listed. Only looking to sell individual parts if the frameset is also purchased. Prices are listed below, shipping would be additional from 50266, and payment thru PayPal with net price to me.

The frameset is in really good condition. No dings/dents/scrapes. Only a small mumber of normal use minor scratches. All the cable guides are original.
35" standover with 35mm tires.

- New Microsoft 2x9 shifters
- New cables and housing
- New Sun Rhynolite rims with Shimano Deore hubs
- Modern Soma Hwy1 handlebars for more comfort with modern shifters
- Nitto dynamic II 0degree stem for more comfort(bars can be set a bit higher if desired)
- Shimano Tiagra derailleurs
- Newer 35mm tires with plenty of life left
- Sakae 50/34 crank
- New handlebar tape

Full bike- $400
frame, fork, headset, and bottom bracket- $200
shifters- $50
bars- $30
stem- $20
crank- $25
front and rear derailleurs- $40


eta- below are misc pics of components and joints to show condition. None of the pics are highlighting scratches or anything like that, if it looks like a huge scratch, it's just the sun reflecting off the great paint!

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Old 08-19-19, 08:14 PM
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Old 08-19-19, 08:16 PM
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Old 08-19-19, 09:00 PM
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Somebody, please buy this. I hear it calling me even though I really don't need it/have room for it and I'm off the bike for an extended period of time (hopefully not for good).

It's a great looking bike.
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Wow, thatís really nice.

It looks about a half-size too big for me. Thatís my story and Iím sticking with it.
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Beautiful
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Very nice! This is the second year after they dropped the "S" from "ST". I had a '91 ST for a short time, so read up on it. 😉
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one more bump before i start the teardown and piece it out.
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TheT-700 is a good platform to build a do it all bike. Lots of ways you could go.
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Ok, since I havent gotten around to tearing the bike down, one more one more bump.
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I came for the XC Pro- but stayed for the beautiful 1993 Teal.
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Ok, since I havent gotten around to tearing the bike down, one more one more bump.
I think that might be Microshift, not Microsoft brifters...?
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It's interesting that a pristine touring frame like this can languish at a fair price. I suspect we're getting too long in the teeth for loaded rides? Touring forum? GLWS
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It's interesting that a pristine touring frame like this can languish at a fair price. I suspect we're getting too long in the teeth for loaded rides? Touring forum? GLWS
It is interesting. Same for the 720 that's been languishing here. A couple of years ago, people would be shanking people to get their dirty mitts on one of these bikes.
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It's interesting that a pristine touring frame like this can languish at a fair price. I suspect we're getting too long in the teeth for loaded rides? Touring forum? GLWS
Seriously! Come on people, buy my giant bike!
I figure it's mostly due to framesize, since the prices for the various options seem fair(to me).
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it's a great deal for someone! too big for me. (waiting like a vulture to see if you part it out.. in the market for a seat and seatpost...)
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Yeah. It's a great deal. I'd probably buy it if it was a 54cm. It's like a nice bike shows up at a really good price, and all the people here that it fits, and you know they're here, suddenly disappear.
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Sold
Good.

That thing did not deserve to be torn asunder and scattered to various States.
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Come to Papa!! Can't wait.
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