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Cannondale 3.0 SR800

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Frame:
Cannondale 3.0 SR800/ 54cm / 1989

Fork/Headset:
Cannondale Aluminum / Shimano HP-6400

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano FC-6400 / Shimano BB-6400

Pedals:
Shimano PD-6400

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
13-21 Uniglide / 52-42 Biopace / CN-6400

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano FD-6401 / Shimano RD-6400 / Shimano SL-6400

Handlebars/Stem:
Modolo T-EIT / Modolo

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Bassano / SR Laprade

Brakes:
Shimano BR-6400

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open 4 CD / Shimano HB-6400 / Continental

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open 4 CD / Shimano FH-6400 / Continental

Added by vqstaphbeard. Last updated over 10 years ago.

As of about 11 years ago, vqstaphbeard has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

20 Comments

dosha

dosha says:

Mmmmmm

Posted over 8 years ago

LeeBolton

LeeBolton says:

nice ride

Posted over 10 years ago

Rileyhunt

Rileyhunt says:

This is one of my dream bikes. Love these old cdale crits so much

Posted almost 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

Me too! I have a huge affinity for them.

Posted almost 11 years ago

Rileyhunt

Rileyhunt says:

Hows it ride? Seems perfffect for a commuter. Nice and stiff but not too flashy so I dont have to worry about someone trying to break my u lock aha. And even if luck isn't on my side and another possession of mine gets stolen they aren't that expensive to find.

Posted almost 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

It rode fantastic. I've had three roadies and have a track. I love them! They're light, fast, and quite nimble. My roadies have all been a taste small (I like road bikes a little bigger than track bikes.) I'm currently on a hunt for another one.

Posted almost 11 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

That Modolo stem blends nice with the hard-ano rims. Oh, and sick Cannondale by the way!

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

Thanks! The are RD and calipers have the same gunmetal color as well. I love how it all blends. I'm usually not a red/black fan either. The photo is washed out and doesn't do it justice.

Posted over 11 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

It still looks great to me! I can't tell, nor do I remember, if this particular year or model of SR___ had a 130mm rear spacing. The mint SR2000 I owned for a hot minute had a 7402 group. It was too small, but probably the nicest bike I've ever ridden. Of the two bikes I want to build this year, one I know for sure is a 3.0 or 2.8 series Cannondale with a 7400 group and tubs. The other is a Quantum that actually fits, with a 9sp Chorus or Record group.

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

Sounds awesome! I've always wanted a Klein as well. This is an '89 SR800 and it is 126. It has the first release of the tri-color which had 7sp uniglide and single pivot calipers.

Posted over 11 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

Yeah, that's what I thought. Was unsure if the SR800 had the wider spacing as well. I think it's pretty perfect as it is, wouldn't change anything!

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

I did change one thing...put a Flite on it. An SR2000 would be sweet. They came with a Mavic group for one year I believe, that would be cool. I love DA 7400 too.

Posted over 11 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

rad bro!

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

Thanks!

Posted over 11 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

Sweet frame and that stem looks pretty slick

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

Thanks mate!

Posted over 11 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

Badass

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

Thanks!

Posted over 11 years ago

JaKrazyM8

JaKrazyM8 says:

Nice original. Red is style! Lots of opinion on biopace, right era for that frame. Squeased a 172.5 on mine for extra thrill.

Posted over 11 years ago

vqstaphbeard

vqstaphbeard says:

This is the first Biopace setup I've had. I haven't ridden it enough to formulate an opinion. So far, the bike's a blast to ride.

Posted over 11 years ago