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    The Official Cannondale Thread

    Ok Guys it's time for a Cannondale Thread as you Guys know I just got my first tandem and
    most of you started on a Cannondale and now I see why.............
    For a new Team looking to join the tandem family like myself this would be a great place for anyone doing a search on the C-Dale.
    Feel free to post any links you might have about the C-Dale I found a few when doing my homework also post any pictures you have of your New / Old Rig
    Years & Build Info would be great.

    Vintage Cannondale - Information and Catalogs for Cannondales

    Cannondale Bicycle Corp. - MT800

    Here is my 1999 MT800 still looking to do a fork, wheels and disc at the end of the year
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    Yes, we started on a Cannondale, a 1998 MT3000 that spent the majority of its life as wall decor in a Miami Beach home. Seriously, I believe it was bought as decor.

    Our second Cannondale was a later style frame, 2001 MT800, built for xc work.

    I have some photos on the other computer I'll add here.

    There also some topics about these bikes if folks search when needed.

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    Thanks PK
    I must say that you also helped me a great deal when I first started looking.
    Please if you can post the links that would be great for the any new comers to the sport and any pic's you have of your C-Dales

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    If all goes well tomorrow I will join the cannondale tandem club. Going to check out a MT1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADV View Post
    If all goes well tomorrow I will join the cannondale tandem club. Going to check out a MT1000.
    Any Luck?

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    Yes I now have a MT1000 I got to take a picture of it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADV View Post
    Yes I now have a MT1000 I got to take a picture of it yet.
    Sweet looking forward to the Pics

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    After riding it a bit I think a bit smaller frame would have been a better choice but i got a good deal so i will make it work.

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    What year is your MT1000? What size bike and how large are the riders?

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    The MT1000 is a 1998 and the frame size is captain 20"/stoker 18" I was told its a large medium when I bought it. This is a bike that me and my wife will use as well as my mom and dad me and my dad are both about 5'8" and my wife and mom are around 5'4". The problem we are having and I did not realize this is my mom can not lift her leg high enough to get it over the top tube to get on we have to lay the bike on the ground and have her step over it to get on. It would be nice to have something that is easier for her. So if we could find a 18-16 it would be better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADV View Post
    The MT1000 is a 1998 and the frame size is captain 20"/stoker 18" I was told its a large medium when I bought it. This is a bike that me and my wife will use as well as my mom and dad me and my dad are both about 5'8" and my wife and mom are around 5'4". The problem we are having and I did not realize this is my mom can not lift her leg high enough to get it over the top tube to get on we have to lay the bike on the ground and have her step over it to get on. It would be nice to have something that is easier for her. So if we could find a 18-16 it would be better.
    Just a FWIW, yes the slightly smaller frame would be better. However, not by much, probably just over an inch in the back. This is if you were to find a 20x16 (Lg/Sm).

    At 5'8", you may like the 18 front / 16 rear, (Md/Sm), but will probably find it tight with time. Early Cannondales, up to 1998 ran small. Not even certain you would get 2" of lower frame with the smaller bike.

    The links to the old catalogs will give standover dimensions, they should be a good guide.

    Leaning the bike to allow the stoker to get on is fine. You need to accomplish what works best. As an alternative, have you tried a technique where the captain gets on, straddles and may even sit on the toptube to steady the bike while holding the brakes. Then let the stoker climbs on where they use the pedal lowered to the bottom as a step and then swing a leg to the other side.

    Unless you paid too much, you should be able to sell that bike as it is a preferred size. The Md/Sm are sort of common, but like anything they run in spurts. Often the Md/Sm bikes are being resold because they are to small for many teams.

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    Well to solve the problem my mom has getting on they have decided to get a totally different tandem with more of a step through rear. With that being said I bought the MT1000 from them so now my wife and I own the bike we have no problems and could not be happier with it. Now I just have to get it set up looking for riser bars maybe a fork and we will be looking for a child stoker kit in the future our daughter is only 14 months right now.

    I just have to get my custom tandem roof rack tray done so I can haul it around.

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    Here it is the cannondale MT1000. I finally got my roof rack done so I could bring it home and get a picture.
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    two years off

    This is what we were running out here in Prescott AZ....But she has been setting around getting dusty for far to long, I fell from a ladder a couple years back broke some ribs in my back and collapsed a lung...still having pain in my back.
    but after seeing this thread I gave the Cannondale a wash and a tuneup and took Christi's granddaughter for a ride....I think she liked it

    Cheers all, and thanks for what is sure it be an awesome thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADV View Post
    Here it is the cannondale MT1000. I finally got my roof rack done so I could bring it home and get a picture.
    Sweet Thanks for posting your Rig ADV

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    Quote Originally Posted by befoot View Post
    This is what we were running out here in Prescott AZ....But she has been setting around getting dusty for far to long, I fell from a ladder a couple years back broke some ribs in my back and collapsed a lung...still having pain in my back.
    but after seeing this thread I gave the Cannondale a wash and a tuneup and took Christi's granddaughter for a ride....I think she liked it

    Cheers all, and thanks for what is sure it be an awesome thread

    Wow I like it in Yellow is that just black tape holding down the brake lines or ??
    The first time my Rig went offroad I did hear lots of slap from the cable on the top tube I need to do something about that...........

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    I have been searching for a XC style tandem in the NCarolina area. It is nearly impossible though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspoon12 View Post
    I have been searching for a XC style tandem in the NCarolina area. It is nearly impossible though.
    Cue the commercial for MTBTandems.com

    You're welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XC Mike View Post
    Wow I like it in Yellow is that just black tape holding down the brake lines or ??
    The first time my Rig went offroad I did hear lots of slap from the cable on the top tube I need to do something about that...........
    Yes Mike that's black tape, Christi's knee brace keep catching the cable so I taped them down
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    Here's some more photos...
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    Quote Originally Posted by befoot View Post
    Yes Mike that's black tape, Christi's knee brace keep catching the cable so I taped them down
    Sounds Good I dig that shot in the snow

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    Our 1999 Cannondale MT 3000

    Wow! Getting this post done has been a great trip down memory lane! We got our C'dale in 2001 and rode it everywhere we could: Crested Butte, Moab, Fruita, Boulder, Kansas, Brian Head UT, and anywhere else that people said we couldn't In 2005 we upgraded to disc brakes/wheels, but other than that the bike was pretty stock. In late 2006 we got a Ventana full-sus and the Cannondale went to our in-laws so they could try it. Then after they bought two new tandems, we got it back just in time to convert it to a kid-tandem which we use for commuting and moderate singletrack (Fruita, some Moab). Man, this bike has been around! It still has the original drivetrain, except chain, and it still runs great.
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    Sweet pic's Trails Thanks for keeping this tread alive...........

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    Give me forty acres and I'll turn this rig around It's the easiest way that I've found
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADV View Post
    Give me forty acres and I'll turn this rig around It's the easiest way that I've found
    Couple of questions...We have the same Burley Solo trailer for our Granddaughter. Are you using yours on those trails I see behind you or are you primarily just on paved surfaces?

    If you do use the trailer on those trails, of course riding well within the limits of pulling an occupied trailer, any idea how rough the ride is for the kid?

    Thanks

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    The trail that you see behind us is actual a hiking trail. That day we rode a paved trail and a crushed lime stone rails to trails. I almost always stick to a paved surface when pulling the burly I have taken it off-road but I ride very slow it looks like a bumpy ride in the trailer. I will probably try a bit more trail riding when she gets older.

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    Wow, nice pics of very cool bikes

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    Here is one that I had on my PC when looking for one for myself dig the Green..........

    ADV that is one nice lookin' Rig
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    This photo — near the top of Mt. Tam in Marin — has as much dust on it as the bike does... but we'll have it back out on the trail come summer. Like XC Mike, I really dig the green.

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    Nate, Great to see the "Courtney" Cannondale in final form! I particularly like the LP barends (I have them on my single and our Ventana).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trails4Two View Post
    Nate, Great to see the "Courtney" Cannondale in final form! I particularly like the LP barends (I have them on my single and our Ventana).
    Roger that! She's still shy a few component substitutions in this pic, but close enough. And I swear by my LPs!!
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    New Cannondale tandem rider here. We've just picked up a RT2, I'm thinking and tinkering with it. it looks like at least for the moment, I can run it as both a road and cross frame, thinking about trying to get my hands on a beefy tree suspension for the front so we can take it truly off road. we've taken her out on two short shakedown runs and are having a blast! I can't wait for the weather to get better so I can talk my wife into more rides...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedub.Nate View Post
    This photo — near the top of Mt. Tam in Marin — has as much dust on it as the bike does... but we'll have it back out on the trail come summer. Like XC Mike, I really dig the green.

    <img src="http://www.booboodog.net/images/bikes/mt2000/mt2000-01.jpg">

    First off, let me just say, great looking bike!
    So then let me ask, is that a rohloff hub on the back of your green monster? If so, what do you think of riding with a internally geared hub, and what are the downfalls that you've run into with it?

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    Here's my 200x, don't know the exact year, I got it used. I put on Avid BB7 brakes front and rear. Up front is a White Brothers fork.




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    Quote Originally Posted by glader60 View Post
    Here's my 200x, don't know the exact year, I got it used. I put on Avid BB7 brakes front and rear. Up front is a White Brothers fork.



    You must be pretty tall. The frame appears to be a Jumbo or whatever Cannondale called their largest size frame for the Captain, the stoker compartment is the larger size also.

    Cool bike, we had one for a while, possibly the same size.

    You might consider seeing if your rear brake cable is floppy enough to engage the rotating rear tire. As simple tywrap could go a long way to keeping the cable secured if needed.

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    well I see someone else posted their road c'dale tandem, so....
    I'm a big fan of fenders. I pulled these off an old rusty 3-speed department store bike. Because the rear triangle is for skinny tires (max 700x32), I couldn't pass the fender under the seat-tube bridge. I had to cut the fender into two sections and make a bracket at the seat tube bridge to hold each section. lots of work, but I'm happy with the results.
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    Mt 3000 update

    Here's the latest version of our MT 3000. It now serves as commuter and off-road monster for our 6-year-old. He got big/strong enough for us to lose the seat back and seat belt. We got a new fork and brakes. And the big improvement is that I made some toddler size 13 bike shoes with crank bros cleats. We can now also use a suspension post to help smooth out the surprises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trails4Two View Post
    Here's the latest version of our MT 3000. It now serves as commuter and off-road monster for our 6-year-old. He got big/strong enough for us to lose the seat back and seat belt. We got a new fork and brakes. And the big improvement is that I made some toddler size 13 bike shoes with crank bros cleats. We can now also use a suspension post to help smooth out the surprises.

    Efforts gets results. He wanted it, you wanted it, now the results are easily way more than each individual ever imagined. Obviously guessing but pretty certain I'm not wrong.

    That is awesome.

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    Trails4Two, I love your latest tandem configuration for you and your 6 year old. Great photos as well. Thanks for sharing them. The last one put a big smile on my face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainHaddock View Post
    First off, let me just say, great looking bike!
    So then let me ask, is that a rohloff hub on the back of your green monster? If so, what do you think of riding with a internally geared hub, and what are the downfalls that you've run into with it?
    It is a Rohloff. I had to get pretty creative to get it to work on this bike, but in general, I've owned Speedhubs since 2001 and I haven't had any maintenance problems with them. By far my favorite hub, solo or tandem (as if you couldn't already tell that by my user ID).
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    Quote Originally Posted by PMK View Post
    You must be pretty tall. The frame appears to be a Jumbo or whatever Cannondale called their largest size frame for the Captain, the stoker compartment is the larger size also.

    Cool bike, we had one for a while, possibly the same size.

    You might consider seeing if your rear brake cable is floppy enough to engage the rotating rear tire. As simple tywrap could go a long way to keeping the cable secured if needed.

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    Yes, I'm 6'1+ and I would still like a taller headtube. The frame size to XL/M. I like my seat and handle bar to be the same height. The rear brake cable doesn't hit the rear wheel, but good observation, though I did tie-wrap it to the seat stay after the picture was taken,

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    Here's our C'dale, loaded and ready to go for our annual Mickelson Trail ride that my son and I take every year. He's been doing it since he was 6. It will be the 4th time this year and he told me he wants to do something different/longer this year.

    The tandem is from '95, but I think the only original parts are the captain crank arms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Fubar Rider View Post
    Here's our C'dale, loaded and ready to go for our annual Mickelson Trail ride that my son and I take every year. He's been doing it since he was 6. It will be the 4th time this year and he told me he wants to do something different/longer this year.

    The tandem is from '95, but I think the only original parts are the captain crank arms.
    Like that seems really fair...making the kid carry all the "stuff", nice guy you are.

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    Time for a Bump!!
    Just picked up a 2003 L/M MT800 this Rig only had 3 or 4 road rides and from the look of the stock brake pads and rims I would say under a few hours.
    The only downside I promised the Wife I would not keep both so here they are together for the first time and maybe the last and before you say it..........
    I don't think She will go for that "I need one for the Road and Off Road" thing
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    And now how She looks today
    First time off road with the new tandem the stem on my '99 was a 90mm this '03 has a 110mm I'm thinking a 100mm would be better I feel just a little stretched out but not to bad.
    my question is if I go with a shorter stem what effect will that have over the 110mm?






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    This is our first post to the forum. We have not even gotten our 1998 MT 3000 yet but here is the story. I have been searching for a mtb tadem for the past couple weeks almost non stop on the computer. This craigslist ad popped up and I called seconds after. The seller would not ship and local pickup was in Miami. I am near Houston TX.

    I had started a post on bikeforums asking for info about mtb tandems. PMK sent some info. I noticed he was in Florida. I called the seller and told him I may have a contact who could pickup the bike for us (I have never met or spokent to PMK before). So I frantically pm PMK. Luckily he saw the pm and contacted me. I was able to purchase the bike and have the seller take to PMK. PMK is having his LBS box and ship to House of Tandems for them to assemble for me.

    There was a lot more but would be hard and long to explain but it was a miracle this deal worked out and we got the bike, well sort of. Hopefully soon. We are anxious about our first off road tandem experience. We have ridden road tandem for about 8 years.

    I cannot say THANK YOU enough to PMK for helping us without even knowing us and getting this deal done. Hope to meet you in person on the trails soon.

    So here is some pics from the sellers ad
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    Congrats ALM!!
    sure glad things worked out for you I went through the same thing looking for my first Cdale
    I looked night and day to find mine also with the help from Paul.

    Big Thanks to Paul for what he has done for the both of Us

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    Finally, completed bike and got first ride in. Here is pic with all upgrades that includes, tires, handlebar/stem/grips, st thudbuster, drilled stoker cranks to raise pedals so it would work, xt shifters, brake booster, spd pedals, boots/filters, ......

    I know there has to be a lot of C'dale owners out there that read this thread. Get a pic on here. It is really interesting to see these retro tandems!
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    Lookin' Good Allen

    Hoping to get my wife off road soon my daughter keeps telling her all the Fun she is missing

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    Just picked up another MT800 today Air Spring and All


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