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Anybody heard of Cannondale SC600? Is it any good?

Old 07-09-05, 08:37 PM
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Anybody heard of Cannondale SC600? Is it any good?

Hello everyone,

I'm looking at getting a road bike. I've found someone who's offering to sell a Cannondale SC600 for about $400. However, I cldnt locate any reviews/info for this bike and was wondering if it is even a legit/real model. I thought most Cannondale Models are Txxx or Rxxx.

Does anyone have this bike or any opinions about it? I'm hoping some of the more knowledgeable folks in this forum might have heard of this bike and might be in a position to help me decide whether I should go for it?

This is the info I have

Cannondale large SC600 road bike - SC3.0 aluminum frame
Excellent condition-used 1 season - Shimano 105 brakes matched with
14 speed Shimano 105 derailleur
-Wolber GTX 622(700c)wheels - vetta saddle - Avocet speedometer.

Thanks in advance!!
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Old 07-09-05, 10:17 PM
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You may want to send this guy a PM

https://www.bikeforums.net/members/xpday-14464.html

His profiles says he owns a SC600.

Cannodale has an archive of old models (2000-2004).


https://www.cannondale.com/bikes/archive/
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Old 07-09-05, 10:26 PM
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Is it possibly an SR (Sport Road) 600?
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Cannondale does not have an SR600. Not since 2000 anyway.
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well, it is a 7spd 105 group. It's most likely pretty old (pre-2000?)
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The Cannondale SC600 was designated as a Criterium Bike. I am a former owner of one. The difference between this and a traditional Cannondale of that era was a very small/more vertical rear seat stay to help with stiffness and handling. It was a relatively stiff frame at the time and I even used it in Italy when climbing and some of the Italians who are road it had nice comments about the frame. With really hard sprinting you could get it to flex in the back a bit - under a lot of pressure. Aluminum fork made it a pretty rough ride over a long ride as well - so keep that in mind, its fit for purpose.
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12 year old necro thread! How does this happen? Just curious....
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