1995 C A N N O N D A L E K I L L E R V

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Retro Guru
I have Posted this on other threads but it's never had it's own.

This bike was in pretty good shape when I bought it.
I did a complete tear down and rebuild/tuneup along with a lot of polish.


Frame: Handmade aluminum

Fork: P Bone

Headset: Dia Comp Aheadset
Stem: Coda
Handlebar: Coda
Grips: Ritchey
Barends: N/A

Brakes: Coda V's
Brake Pads: Coda
Brake Cables:
Cantilever cable hangers: N/A
Brake Levers: Coda

Shifters: Grip Shift
Front Derailleur: XT
Rear Derailleur: XT
Derailleur Cables:
Cassette: Shimano
Chain: Shimano
Cranks: Coda
Crank Bolts:
Chainrings:
Chainring bolts:
Bottom Bracket:
Pedals:

Hub Skewers: Bontrager
Rims: Bontrager
Hubs: Bontrager
Nipples:
Spokes:
Tyres: Panaracer
Tubes:

Saddle: Terry fly TI
Seatpost: Coda
Seatpost Binder: Coda

Weight:
 

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ovlov440

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My favourite Cannondale made (except for an R900 in polished with Spinergys) - that is some elbow grease to get it looking like that. I sold a ton of these BITD as well but see them so rarely for sale....
 

tedhodson

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Great build, these were so space-age for rigid bikes BITD.

Do you get flats or injuries from riding around cactuses?
 

addicted

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Do you get flats or injuries from riding around cactuses?[/quote]

I have been injured by falling into a cactus called a jumping cholla while clipped in on a climb. Very unpleasant experience. They attatch themselves as balls of thorns hence the name. Some people carry hair comb's to remove these so you don't have to touch them to get them out.

You have to run liners in your tyres out here or you will have a flat within the first mile.
 
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