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93' Cannondale 2.8 R2000

Frame:
1993 Cannondale R2000 2.8 aluminum in Icelandic green

Fork/Headset:
Woundup road 40 rake in Icelandic green / Chris King devolution

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Dura Ace 7700 / Stages 7710 power meter

Pedals:
Dura Ace 7810

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura Ace 7700 TT 54t, 39t / 11-30 cassette / HG901 chain

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Dura Ace 9070 Di2 front and rear derailleurs / TRP RRL levers with custom buttons added for shifting

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto M106 SSB 42cm / Sim Works Caroline 110mm polished

Saddle/Seatpost:
Sella Flite perforated / Thomson Masterpiece

Brakes:
Dura Ace 7700

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
'90s Mavic Cosmic Pro 16h (anodizing removed and polished, new decals applied) / Specialized Turbo cotton 28c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
'90s Mavic Cosmic Pro 16h (anodizing removed and polished, new decals applied) / Specialized Turbo cotton 28c

Accessories:
king cages, brooks leather bar tape

More Info:
Custom Di2 wiring harness routed through the bars/stem/steer-tube. Bar end junction box, battery in seatpost. Single button on each lever with synchro-shift, utilizing a single PCB from a Di2 TT shifter which is stored in the handlebars. Lots of hole drilling required to run completely internal Di2 in this old frame! Thanks to PedalRoom user @rexzxh for selling me the frame set.

Added by brickballer. Last updated about 2 years ago.

11 Comments

daseighty

daseighty says:

Love the entire bike, but especially love what you did with the Cosmics. I'm assuming they were blue anodized originally? Can you provide some insight into what you did? Did you do this all without rebuilding the wheel? Stickers replacement via ebay? I just grabbed a set of Cosmics and was thinking of going neo-retro with them too (new style Mavic logo + new cosmic text).

Posted over 1 year ago

brickballer

brickballer says:

Thanks! Yes they were originally blue. I used oven cleaner to remove the anodizing and then polished them up. And new decals via ebay. I did not re-lace them, but def would if I were to do it again. Took much longer than anticipated, very tedious task and would have been easier to with the wheel de-laced.

Posted over 1 year ago

Nagrom

Nagrom says:

There are so many little details I like about this.
Great build.

Posted about 2 years ago

i_love_cycling

i_love_cycling says:

Holy mother of god that is a really nice bike! Did you have any structural problems regarding drilling holes?
Cheers!

Posted about 2 years ago

brickballer

brickballer says:

thanks! Only real concern was drilling the steer tube. Wound up forks are reinforced with an aluminum sleeve so I think it will be ok. Ive been riding this bike hard and there have been no issues

Posted about 2 years ago

_rd

_rd says:

Love the level of deep custom you went on this! The result is unbelievably clean. Chapeau.

Posted about 2 years ago

brickballer

brickballer says:

Thank you!

Posted about 2 years ago

pnk

pnk says:

Wow! Why not used the DA Di2 STIs? Would imo look even better and be more functional as well. How about the stages track 7710 DA nds crank arm and the normal DA 7700 ds crank arm? Which BB did you use 7710/ 7700/ ... ?

Posted about 2 years ago

brickballer

brickballer says:

Always liked these TRP levers and wanted to keep with the polished/retro vibe as much as possible. Plus I just wanted to try something different. 7700 BB which works great

Posted about 2 years ago

pnk

pnk says:

Ah I see, it is indeed an all in all matchy match, very nice bike :) Thanks for the reply! Any differences in q-factor, I think the track DA crank arm is thicker, my ocd about side to side "mismatch" prevented me doing this on one of my bikes

Posted about 2 years ago

brickballer

brickballer says:

thank you! Q factor seems to be about the same but I am really not sure

Posted about 2 years ago