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Old 06-19-16, 08:01 PM
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
Just finished this very special vintage '87 Cannondale build for a fellow in Tampa who always wanted one of these but couldn't afford one until now. Original finish on the frame, although it did require some hand-mixed touchups. The Dura Ace 8 speed group is almost all new- everything but the brake calipers and hubs- right out of the boxes, from a personal hoard that I'd acquired over several years:



Seat post is a period correct Shimano 640X, tires are Vittoria Rubino Pro III's, hubs are laced to new Pacenti PL23 polished box section rims. That's a 12-23 cassette on there (hey, Florida is pretty flat!) and a KMC chain. Stainless Shimano cables on the brakes, original stainless 7402 cables on the derailleurs. 3TTT anatomic/ergo bars with a Cinelli stem. Even the bar tape, saddle and cable housing matched up pretty well, I think:



Fun build, really nice guy to work with, all in all a great project.

Sheesh that's nice.
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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post

Bought new in 1988 from Mt Moriah Bicycle in Memphis.
Oh my, what a beautiful blue! 60 or 63cm? The rest of it is lovely as well--really completes it.
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Rode the Smurfmobile today, with the white Turbo installed. Now it just needs white cables, and some newer tires that aren't 15 years old. They still ride fine though, despite their age.,,,,BD

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BD, I have three bike using tires from the last century, only one set was stored after bought new. I like the new Conti GPs.

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Old 06-30-16, 01:38 AM
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
Just finished this very special vintage '87 Cannondale build for a fellow in Tampa who always wanted one of these but couldn't afford one until now. Original finish on the frame, although it did require some hand-mixed touchups. The Dura Ace 8 speed group is almost all new- everything but the brake calipers and hubs- right out of the boxes, from a personal hoard that I'd acquired over several years:



Seat post is a period correct Shimano 640X, tires are Vittoria Rubino Pro III's, hubs are laced to new Pacenti PL23 polished box section rims. That's a 12-23 cassette on there (hey, Florida is pretty flat!) and a KMC chain. Stainless Shimano cables on the brakes, original stainless 7402 cables on the derailleurs. 3TTT anatomic/ergo bars with a Cinelli stem. Even the bar tape, saddle and cable housing matched up pretty well, I think:



Fun build, really nice guy to work with, all in all a great project.
Thank you Doc, it was a pleasure working with you. As everyone already knows, the attention to detail is superb, the colors are spot on, and the crispness to the shift levers is something I have never experienced. I can't wait to get her on the road for the initial ride!!

Seriously, this is what I call dotting the "I's" and crossing the "T's"; matching valve stem covers.
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Just brought home a new one today! My 86 ST400 is pretty beat up and a little small for me. Saw this one on craigslist advertised to have 250miles total, and when I showed up, they were right! A couple chips, but easily fixed up. Some non-catalog parts on as well, but all upgrades as far as I'm considered, plus it came with the rack and trunk bag.

85 Cannondale ST500
27" Wolber Super Champion M58s- hubs still spin like new
SR Apex triple crank
Deore rear derailleur, Cyclone MkII front
Shimano 600 shifters
Modolo Flash brakes
Belleri Rando bars

I put a B17 and some Pasela Panaracers on it, and I'm ready for a tour! Full rebuild coming tomorrow.
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Old 09-21-16, 11:27 PM
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Hi, long time lurker on Bike Forums, but a new member.

Here's my Cannondale ST400. Paint is original and condition is so-so, but it adds some personality on her patina. Purchased her on eBay last June and upgraded a few parts.

1986 Cannondale ST400
Scott DH Aerobars
Grip Shift CX-DT 118 shifters
Dura Ace 7700 FD and RD
Shimano 8 speed cassette
Shimano 600 tricolor brake levers
Shimano 600 AX brakes
Shimano 600 headset
Dura Ace BB9000 bottom bracket
Pioneer Shimano 6800 Ultegra power meter
Nitto Young stem
Nitto S66 seat post
Speedplay Pedals
Specialized Sitero saddle
Williams System 58 carbon wheels
Wheelbuilder Aero Disc Cover
Continental Grand Prix Classic tires


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Old 09-21-16, 11:54 PM
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low #

Originally Posted by Akkorn View Post
As vintage as Cannondale gets. 1983 ST-500, serial #AA0297 . Only had it a month but so far gets all the ride time.
wow..low serial # 0297 ! ..anybody know how many were produced for their debut in 83 ?
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Old 09-22-16, 12:36 AM
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Originally Posted by alcantarajf View Post
Hi, long time lurker on Bike Forums, but a new member.

Here's my Cannondale ST400. Paint is original and condition is so-so, but it adds some personality on her patina. Purchased her on eBay last June and upgraded a few parts.

1986 Cannondale ST400
Scott DH Aerobars
Grip Shift CX-DT 118 shifters
Dura Ace 7700 FD and RD
Shimano 8 speed cassette
Shimano 600 tricolor brake levers
Shimano 600 AX brakes
Shimano 600 headset
Dura Ace BB9000 bottom bracket
Pioneer Shimano 6800 Ultegra power meter
Nitto Young stem
Nitto S66 seat post
Speedplay Pedals
Specialized Sitero saddle
Williams System 58 carbon wheels
Wheelbuilder Aero Disc Cover
Continental Grand Prix Classic tires

You know that's a touring bike, don't ya, son?

Just teasing. I bought my 25" ST600 from a guy who used it as his club racer / paceline rider. He said it was the only bike he'd ridden that was both long and stiff enough for his big, tall, (and BITD, strong) body.
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1986 with the following:
Barend shifters
105 crankset with half-step gearing (45/48 rings)
Campy front derailleur
Shimano 600 tri-color rear derailleur
105 hubs and Mavic box-section tubular rims
Tufo S33Pro tires
14-32 7 speed cassette
Brooks Team Pro saddle
Old Look pedals
Carbon seatpost
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Old 09-27-16, 04:45 PM
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I posted another thread about this one after I picked it up ---- It had the appearance of being a lot rougher than this , but this is the result of a few bucks at a carwash ----

No plans for it outside of replace the tires, service the bearings , replace cables/bar tape, - then take it for an occasional ride

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Originally Posted by DMC707 View Post
I posted another thread about this one after I picked it up ---- It had the appearance of being a lot rougher than this , but this is the result of a few bucks at a carwash ----

No plans for it outside of replace the tires, service the bearings , replace cables/bar tape, - then take it for an occasional ride

Nice.. It looks good DMC707!
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Thanks! These old Cannondales dont need much, - some brifters would make life easy for me, but im superstitious on spreading the rear end to 130 on aluminum, so for my purposes, id need to stay 7 speed, but its my understanding the early 8 speed brifters work with 7 also
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Old 09-28-16, 09:56 AM
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I've never met a bright red Cannondale that I didn't like...
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Originally Posted by DMC707 View Post
Thanks! These old Cannondales dont need much, - some brifters would make life easy for me, but im superstitious on spreading the rear end to 130 on aluminum, so for my purposes, id need to stay 7 speed, but its my understanding the early 8 speed brifters work with 7 also

Looks like a nice ride and ........................
everybody knows red bikes are faster

FYI

Shimano RSX ST-A410 is a 7 speed double or triple brifter
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Originally Posted by OTS View Post
Looks like a nice ride and ........................
everybody knows red bikes are faster

FYI

Shimano RSX ST-A410 is a 7 speed double or triple brifter

Yes --- I have a pair of these --- only problem is they were off a bike that looked like it spent part of its life on the ocean floor --- LOL

They are stuck hard- the typical WD-40 bath wont get them to budge ----- I meant to look up the guy that rebuilds them and send them off, but to date, I have been too lax to do so
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Hmmm, for sale for $450. Might have to think about this one, wish it was a little lower. Haven't had a Cannondale since the 90's.







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Originally Posted by Lazyass View Post
Hmmm, for sale for $450. Might have to think about this one, wish it was a little lower. Haven't had a Cannondale since the 90's.








That looks like its in great shape !
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Originally Posted by Chuckk View Post
Got a pair of R600's this Spring, '92 & '96

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Your '92 reminds me of mine -- a '92 Criterium model (hence the C600 designation)

I had it in a repair stand, I don't run the seat that high --

-- I forgot where I put it though -- between my attic, my parent's barn, and a rented storage unit , I lose track of these darn things (more proof that I need to get these things out and ride them more)

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That looks like its in great shape !
Wow...nice bike..and great pics too ! might be original owner..with booklets and receipts...
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I've viewed this thread at least 4 times. Love the pics.
I currently have an 88 Criterium stripped and ready for powder coat. For the life of me I cant settle on a color. I have a set of Fulcrum S4 wheels waiting as well.
I kind of wanted to do a modern spin with the new wheels and a thicker stem, and give a nod to the racing heritage.
Dr. has pushed the boundaries on a few bikes -- orange and beer suds beige --- but haven't found a whole lot of pics that got too creative via google images.
Part of me wants to do something crazy like lime or yellow or maybe flat orange, but wondering if the frame can pull it off as well as the modern frames.

I know I want to put on the Cannondale graphics on the down tube and have someone make a C R I T E R I U M graphic for the top tube ala some of the Techniums and Paramounts.
I tossed around a dark graphite color with orange graphics, seat, wires, and tape.
Any other bright ideas out there ? I've got many hours in searching for that one piece of inspiration, and need some new thoughts.

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IMO, sdn40, the large diameter tubing plays to your modern graphics idea, which I think could look pretty sweet. Since Cannondale kept the large tube and traditional geometry (read: horizontal top tube) for quite some time, and still mostly does it today (at least one model will keep it close), you have many years of graphic schemes to take inspiration from. Vintage Cannondale has reproduction decals and since you aren't picky about year-specific decals (fonts, mostly, in Cannondale's case), then take a look at these. Multiple color options to choose from as well. I would work with those (types of) choices and let the paint color play off of it. That or nail down some graphic ideas and a place that would be willing to make them, and then go for the color.

What components do you have in mind for the bike? With the Fulcrum wheels it looks like you'll be going with a modern drivetrain (8-11 speeds), so employing some bolder colors could really work. Don't know if you have a favorite color, a color you've not had on a bike, or whatever.

I like your modern stem idea. I did it to my bike (pictured below) and it brought it many years ahead in looks, to me anyway. The recipe was 1) quill stem to 1 1/8" stem adapter, mounted low 2) 1 1/8" stem at 100mm length with a 31.8mm clamp diameter 3) modern short (reach) + shallow (drop) handlebar with 31.8mm clamp diameter. The stem looks properly positioned height-wise with regards to the headset, and its thickness is visually matched by the thickness of the frame tubes. The resulting feel of setup was strong, stiff, yet very comfortable. I like the custom color idea, and I like the modern stem idea!

So for everyone else, I have been holding out on you!! Apologies! She is but a frame again, but during the middle of this year, this was her in her best form. Pictures don't do as much justice to her striking proportion. All that to say, this picture was taken a day after a ride with a friend in which we clocked 44 mph on a long descent. The nearly-75 HT angle and resulting bar setup had her being 100% rock solid stable the entire time. And all other times she was like any other favorite bike--predictable, reacting well to input, etc. Cannondale, as we know, knows their stuff, and certainly did it back in 1989.

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Does anyone have a guess on what color was chosen for this bike ? I found it in another show us your Cannondale thread. Someone else had copied it in so I can't give proper credit to the bike owner. At first I thought it might be a straight flat chalkboard black, but my mind is messing with me now and I can't decide. Maybe its a bit lighter - more of a dark dark gray ? I really like it but my head hurts trying to figure out the color. I don't think it has any metallic in it which is fine by me cuz I'd rather not have to pay for 2 sets of powder coat. Oh yea - I'm using powder coat. I finally got my orange Cannondale downtube decals along with a custom orange Criterium top tube decal - and orange wires, just a few more details and I'm taking the frame in. My fail safe is gloss black but that's too easy (I hate me sometimes)


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Not so pretty 85 town and country that I picked up for parts


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