The Peperroni's have large round legs and a are made of Aluminium.
Cheaper Cannondale's had spinner (probably?) steel forks which looked a little spindly when attached to those ugly fat tubed frames
Magnet will tell you if they are aluminium, as would the "ping" test.
I was thinking of sticking these on the Wiskas - "big fat forks on skinny steel frame shock"
- but the steerer is 6" long. I'd need to lopp off two inches and I fear if I do that I won't be able to sell them to a Cannondale lover because Cannondale's tend to have stupid long headtubes.
He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy.
95 Kona Explosif Singlespeed/Fixie - 100% Thrashed since new and it's still very well loved (and it looks it).
Dave Lloyd C.A.T.S W.I.S.K.A.S - Built, ridden, loved, and sold.