My un WW Cannondale

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G man
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by G man

Hi. I really enjoy the forum and thought I'd show you my pride and joy. Here is my Cannondale, which isn't weightweenie, but I love it. So far changed the seat post, saddle, wheels and chain. Still need to cut the fork steerer.


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http://img232.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img0804tw0.jpg

Bike bits:
frame Cannondale six 13 pro
fork - cannondale slice premium
groupset - shimano ultegra
crankset - fsa slk compact
stem, bars - cannondale fire
seat post - Selcof monocoque 27.2 x 350
saddle - specialised toupe
wheels - Easton tempest II
pedals - look keo classic

Took my bike outside so no one could comment on wall paper/ decor!

Cheers G man

1in20
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by 1in20

I like the fence, its a refreshing change to white garage doors. Although stone walls are also great.

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KB
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by KB

G Man - very nice, but try and post a bigger pic, otherwise you'll be banished to Wigan.

Dalai
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by Dalai

KB wrote:G Man - very nice, but try and post a bigger pic, otherwise you'll be banished to Wigan.


It is a larger picture if you click on the link!

:welcome: G man, very nice bike!

Lawn looks like it could do with a cut though... :lol:

KB
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by KB

Oops :oops: Thanks Dalai. Brownie points for the Selcof post.

As for cutting the grass, it will be like that until April as it's usually raining that side of the Pennines :)

mathi
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by mathi

Looks well G man . Dont worry about KB , hes not the sharpest knife in the draw :lol:

KB
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by KB

mathi wrote:Looks well G man . Dont worry about KB , hes not the sharpest knife in the draw :lol:
Shut up bitch, it was 6:30 in the morning. And where's the pics of the Wilier you keep promising. :lol:

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currieinahurry
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by currieinahurry

love the way the post and wheels match really good!! really solid race ready build!
tikka
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G man
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by G man

Thanks for the welcome guys. KB and Tikka, I'm really pleased with the Selcof post, it seems to look right on the bike, and I think it's quite light (not weighed it I'm afraid,but claimed is 175g). When my latest goodies arrived, the misses couldn't understand why I was so happy with a carbon "tube", or with my new "seat", when I already had one that did indeed support my lardy backside. Regarding the grass, she's suggested that I cut it, and also creosote the fence rather than go cycling! I'll endeavour to put the chores off a bit longer, and you'll see more photos soon, with longer grass, deteriorating fence and some more shiny nice stuff on my bike!

G man

KB
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by KB

I use either WR Compositi or Selcof posts. Love them both. The weights I've found to be pretty accurate.

IanZachary
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by IanZachary

G Man liked your Cannondale, and even the background fence :wink:
Well I don't know much about Cannondale, so was wondering does the original seat of it not much comfortable to make you change it?
Searching out any competent garage door repair new jersey company?

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Nice just nice. Beautiful frame

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