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    Good job! It's been so long....

    May all the cannondale rider get together and show our pride and joy...
    Here's mine for a start.
    Y2K F2000SL after a good shower.
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    Extreme Makeover…

    I have pretty much finished the last touches on the “Extreme Makeover” of my trusty 99 Super V 900.

    New stuff includes:
    Fork: Manitou Minute One w/Firm Ride Kit
    Headset/Adaptor: Cane Creek
    Rear Shock: Manitou Swinger 4-Way Air
    Brakes: Hayes HFX Comp
    Wheels: Mavic 223 w/Deore hubs (originals were 223’s with Magura Disc Comp hubs)
    Crankset: Race Face Turbine (Sqaure Taper) 20/32/Rock Ring and XT BB
    Cassette: XT 11-34
    Stem: Easton EA50 130x7
    Bars: Easton EA50 2” riser with Lock-On grips
    Shifters: LX Rapidfire
    Saddle: WTB Speed V
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf (2.1 rear / 2.3 front)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffj
    I have pretty much finished the last touches on the “Extreme Makeover” of my trusty 99 Super V 900.

    New stuff includes:
    Fork: Manitou Minute One w/Firm Ride Kit
    Headset/Adaptor: Cane Creek
    Rear Shock: Manitou Swinger 4-Way Air
    Brakes: Hayes HFX Comp
    Wheels: Mavic 223 w/Deore hubs (originals were 223’s with Magura Disc Comp hubs)
    Crankset: Race Face Turbine (Sqaure Taper) 20/32/Rock Ring and XT BB
    Cassette: XT 11-34
    Stem: Easton EA50 130x7
    Bars: Easton EA50 2” riser with Lock-On grips
    Shifters: LX Rapidfire
    Saddle: WTB Speed V
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf (2.1 rear / 2.3 front)
    Looks awesome Jeff! If you can, let us know how the SPV shocks have affected the ride quality.
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    Here's my new ride...

    at first I wasn't all that thrilled with the color scheme, but it's really grown on me. Only changes so far are Thomson post, Fizik Plateau Ti saddle, and Ti Eggbeaters. Can't wait to get it out on the trails, but it'll probably be another couple months until they're rideable.
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    I know what you mean. I mailed Cannondale about this and they said that you could have your bike painted in any other colour in their palette apart from the team colours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KleinAttitude
    I know what you mean. I mailed Cannondale about this and they said that you could have your bike painted in any other colour in their palette apart from the team colours.
    And can we choose the stickers or... lack of? They just put too much, too big stickers.

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    Scalpel 900 minus as many stickers as possible... I really prefer the Scalpel 2000 color scheme to the green but this is what the shop had in stock...
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    How is this for no stickers?

    Factory finish, no less.
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    Smile

    I have a Jekyll 1000...2003. This year I'm only going to upgrade my cranks and shifters. I'm thinking of going to XT Cranks and XT Shifters. This bike is so damn fun to ride. I love it. It handles great. Cannondale bikes rock bottomline.
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    how much does that jekyll weight?Im thinking about getting one im just concerned it will be too heavy for climbing

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    It now has a Swinger 4 way on the rear and a DRS is on it's way.




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    im just concerned it will be too heavy for climbing
    If I can climb decently on a 37lb Gemini...the Jeykll is no problem...they are XC bikes...

    Tom

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    I weighted my Jekyll at the bike shop I bought last year and it came in at 27.5 lbs. It's pretty light and is a blast to ride.

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    rear of my Gemini 1000

    Just a pic of the rear of my Gemini with Rohloff hub. Also fitted mrp chain guide and 5th element coil over shock.
    http://gallery.mtbr.com/showphoto.ph...cat=500&page=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruz
    Just a pic of the rear of my Gemini with Rohloff hub. Also fitted mrp chain guide and 5th element coil over shock.
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    Cannondales? Rohloffs!?

    Here's mine. I luv it so:



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    ... and if we just ... My 04 gemini 2000

    Heres mine.

    Upgrades so far:

    Thompson post, Easton EA70 bar. Tyres, came with Hutchinson Spider, just ordered Nokian NBX 2.3 over Maxxis High Roller. And Nokian DH tubes.

    It's a super bike, and Im sure the finish saves a 1/4 lb in weight.

    http://www.pinkbike.com/modules/phot...w&image=203694
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    My Urban Assault Project

    Not as new and cool as all yours, but I just finished building this frame up. It's my first build-up and while I've still got some work to do, I'm pretty pleased with the result. It's a mid-90s 3.0 with XT and LX drivetrain, SRAM shifters, Sun CR17A rims, XT hubs, Continental semi-slick tires for city speed. I commute a bunch and have hit the trails twice since I finished this machine two weeks ago. So far my only complaint is the 44/11 high gear is too low for city riding so I want to either get a bigger ring or figure out how to work some kind of overdrive...
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    cannondale 3000

    My new street machine.......
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