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Old 11-04-16, 01:06 PM
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Size of frame makes the wheels look tiny!

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Originally Posted by OldsCOOL
My badboy '88 Criterium Series with Sakae Litage aluminum fork, 600 tricolor RD, Vuelta Corsa Lite wheels and Krylion Carbon 23's. Fast, nimble and climbs like a mountain goat....

This thread rocks. Canondales forever!

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In a similar pose! Yes there is a '96 SR500 2.8 lurking there.

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wife's '87 (-ish?) "Competition ST"

It had an interesting, but unconfirmed, story when I bought it (off eBay). It was near enough to Beford PA to make it plausible, and whether or not it's true is a bit irrelevant, it's a lovely 48cm (good size for the wife) aluminium frame with an awesome high-quality custom paint job. Serial # (stamped on bottom bracket shell) is "48370".

I couldn't find any info on a "Competition ST", but the 1987 catalog does mention custom factory paint as an option and "Competition" seems to be sprinkled around here and there in different catalog documentation. I've not seen any frames of this era with the internal brake cable routing in the top tube, but it certainly wasn't hacked in as an afterthought and looks like a factory addition.

I took off all the period-correct 7-speed Shimano bits (indexed DT shifters, biopace crank, etc.) and upgraded everything to Ultegra 6700, and put Campagnolo Khamsin wheels on it.

(Because my wife hated the stem length, I've since changed that to a quill adapter and an adjustable one, until she develops her neck muscles as this is her first road bike and has a more "aggressive" geometry than what she's used to.)





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Originally Posted by pastorbobnlnh
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In a similar pose! Yes there is a '96 SR500 2.8 lurking there.

I'd notice that beloved downtube anywhere!
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On either the Saved from the Dump or MTB Converted to Dropbar I was told that this is not a Summit bike but an older Cannondale as witnessed by the weird placement of the rear dropouts behind the chainstay/seatstay join. I wonder how many of these dropouts snapped off in use?

Here's the bike converted to a steel dropbar bike with downtube shifters place on a modified brake safety lever.

! SUMMIT MTB 2 Dropbar 01 by Miele Man, on Flickr

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Originally Posted by OldsCOOL
This thread rocks. Canondales forever!

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Don't know how I didn't see this or how I forgot about it! Love the angle, especially with the sunlight. I have a set of those Vueltas and they RULE. How have you been liking them?
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Originally Posted by Miele Man
On either the Saved from the Dump or MTB Converted to Dropbar I was told that this is not a Summit bike but an older Cannondale as witnessed by the weird placement of the rear dropouts behind the chainstay/seatstay join. I wonder how many of these dropouts snapped off in use?

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I've never heard or read about a failure with Cannondale's cantilevered rear drop outs other than a RD hanger, which can happen to any bike. Summit is a high performance auto warehouse, those decals are common at race tracks. If the bike is made with steel tubing, it's not a Cannondale.

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Originally Posted by ridelikeaturtle
It had an interesting, but unconfirmed, story when I bought it (off eBay). It was near enough to Beford PA to make it plausible, and whether or not it's true is a bit irrelevant, it's a lovely 48cm (good size for the wife) aluminium frame with an awesome high-quality custom paint job. Serial # (stamped on bottom bracket shell) is "48370".

I couldn't find any info on a "Competition ST", but the 1987 catalog does mention custom factory paint as an option and "Competition" seems to be sprinkled around here and there in different catalog documentation. I've not seen any frames of this era with the internal brake cable routing in the top tube, but it certainly wasn't hacked in as an afterthought and looks like a factory addition.

I took off all the period-correct 7-speed Shimano bits (indexed DT shifters, biopace crank, etc.) and upgraded everything to Ultegra 6700, and put Campagnolo Khamsin wheels on it.

(Because my wife hated the stem length, I've since changed that to a quill adapter and an adjustable one, until she develops her neck muscles as this is her first road bike and has a more "aggressive" geometry than what she's used to.)





From a custom paint perspective that paint job is stunning. There is a lot more that went in there that doesnt meet the eye. Wow.
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Don't know how I didn't see this or how I forgot about it! Love the angle, especially with the sunlight. I have a set of those Vueltas and they RULE. How have you been liking them?
Thanx! That's Lake Charlevoix up here in northern Michigan. I love the Corsa Lites. They help keep the weight at 20.0lbs and have been durable after 3 seasons. Still straight as when new, hub showing a little cassette gouging but still no probs. Nice wheels for the money.
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Originally Posted by bradtx
I've never heard or read about a failure with Cannondale's cantilevered rear drop outs other than a RD hanger, which can happen to any bike. Summit is a high performance auto warehouse, those decals are common at race tracks. If the bike is made with steel tubing, it's not a Cannondale.

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Thanks Brad. Others on these forums have identified the bike as being a Cannondale and the frame is most definitely aluminium alloy not steel. It's getting converted back to MTB bars and being sold. I have far too many MTB style bikes and need room for me to live in this apartment. VBEG LOL

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Cannondale SR 800

What was the gruppo that came that came with these bikes , also what was the year of the SR 800 ? Thanks .
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Originally Posted by DMC707
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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Originally Posted by ridelikeaturtle
It had an interesting, but unconfirmed, story when I bought it (off eBay). It was near enough to Beford PA to make it plausible, and whether or not it's true is a bit irrelevant, it's a lovely 48cm (good size for the wife) aluminium frame with an awesome high-quality custom paint job. Serial # (stamped on bottom bracket shell) is "48370".

I couldn't find any info on a "Competition ST", but the 1987 catalog does mention custom factory paint as an option and "Competition" seems to be sprinkled around here and there in different catalog documentation. I've not seen any frames of this era with the internal brake cable routing in the top tube, but it certainly wasn't hacked in as an afterthought and looks like a factory addition.

I took off all the period-correct 7-speed Shimano bits (indexed DT shifters, biopace crank, etc.) and upgraded everything to Ultegra 6700, and put Campagnolo Khamsin wheels on it.

(Because my wife hated the stem length, I've since changed that to a quill adapter and an adjustable one, until she develops her neck muscles as this is her first road bike and has a more "aggressive" geometry than what she's used to.)





I think the paint and internal brake cable was "after-market". That looks like a 1986-ish pre-cantilevered SR frame and don't think they did internal routing, and the paint looks a bit too wild for Cannondale.

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Originally Posted by Homebrew01
I think the paint and internal brake cable was "after-market". That looks like a 1986-ish pre-cantilevered SR frame and don't think they did internal routing, and the paint looks a bit too wild for Cannondale.

Nice bike !
Yeah, even if it is all done after-the-fact, they did a very good job and it turned out really well.

Not to mention all the trouble to re-do the logos and decals. If it wasn't done by a professional, they should consider themselves so.

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Here's my latest Cannondale score

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Ok ok, my turn again. I think my '89 is great, and as much as the red is nice (along with my "Don't sell a red bike" policy)...something's been missing about it...gahhh. Is it the lack of metallic flake in the paint (good reason), seized drive-side bottom bracket cup (also really good reason--munged one of my bb cup tools trying to break it loose), 3.0 chainstays (don't mind their lack-of-classic-ness), or something else?

I saw this '85 SR500 (or is "Continental Blue" this color--thus a SR300, or is "Plum" this color?) for a great deal in the 63cm size and it was love at first sight. All the rest of the components will essentially pay for the frame, which I was planning to put "spare parts" (A Record/Mavic wheelset is 'spare'??? Really......) on and I flippin' did it, no new buying! And the result is even more stars in my eyes. Paint needed cleaning, waxing, and touch up, and it responded beautifully to it! 3x10 'full feature' Veloce Ergos I rebuilt and re-hooded--they look dynamite and work very well, as well as my 10s Record Ergos because it is, really, pretty much the same inside. Belleri drop bars look great and feel great. I like them as much as Cinelli 64s, even perhaps a bit better for longer term on-the-hoods riding.

The rear triangle was sadly tweaked at some point in its life, though impossible to see. A little drill+filing action aligned the rear wheel decently and I was set. Comp Triple crank and Racing T FD. Veloce RD and cassette. Centaur brake calipers. It all built up easily and the drivetrain needed no adjustment after the test ride. Feels great to ride, and isn't any harsher than steel. Hilariously, I can small-small cross chain with no interference if I simply trim the FD. Not that I'd want to do that or go big-big (which I can do no problem), but to do so on a very short chainstay length is something I find surprising. Looks like another long-term keeper. Shucks....

As bought: An essentially new Brooks Swift? Cyclone 9000 RD and shifters? Miche Competition wheels?



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Proud Veloce shifters on Belleri bars: Looking and feeling great



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ROS, A beautiful build-up, congrats!

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Posted this on the vintage ATB thread: LL Bean-branded C'dale fresh from the dump:



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Fantastic rescues @top506 and @RiddleOfSteel!
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I acquired this ST700 from the original owner in near mint condition and has the original owners manual. Components are Shimano 600 and (index shift) Deore mixed. It's staying with me (keeper) since I sold these bikes new from 1987-1990 when I worked at a Cannondale dealer shop.
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Two recent builds done on spec to sell in the spring, keeps me from going crazy during the winter months.


This one is a 54cm SR in bottle green with Shimano 105 6 speed. Color doesn't show up well, it's more blue-green than straight blue, had to mix up a custom color to touch it up:





...and this is an '87 SR picked up from a fellow Forumite and updated with really nice tricolor 8 speed and some C2 bits:


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I bought this Cannondale caad 2 a few weeks ago for about 220usd

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Originally Posted by rccardr
Two recent builds done on spec to sell in the spring, keeps me from going crazy during the winter months.


This one is a 54cm SR in bottle green with Shimano 105 6 speed. Color doesn't show up well, it's more blue-green than straight blue, had to mix up a custom color to touch it up:





...and this is an '87 SR picked up from a fellow Forumite and updated with really nice tricolor 8 speed and some C2 bits:


Stunning, both of them! The blue one looks like an '88 to me (decals = '89 but pre-3.0 chainstays). Love that white on it.

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ROS, A beautiful build-up, congrats!

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Thank you, both!
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Not mine. This one showed up on CL this morning; rollercam brakes, and is that a 24" rear wheel? And it's YELLOW!

1986 CANNONDALE 700 Mountain bike

1986 CANNONDALE 700 Mountain bike - $160 (Louisa)


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