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    Listen! Cannondale SM600 1986 26"/24"



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    Cannondale SM600 1986, green metallic
    Ident# CC10692
    size 20, 13.2 kg
    Cro-Mo-fork Tange I crown

    stem SunTour XC
    Nitto riserbar
    Tange Falcon steel headset
    ODI Mushrooms Mountain Bike, grey
    Selle Italia Turbo
    seatpost SunTour XC, 27,2mm
    Breeze & Angell Hite Rite
    crankset Sugino MP
    chainrings Sugino Cycloid
    pedals SunTour XC II beartraps
    SunTour XC Rollercams
    brakelevers Dia Compe 280
    hubs Sansin sealed bearings
    rims Araya 7X front 26 rear 24
    Tioga Farmer John 26/24 x 1.95
    Shimano MF-Z012 6-speed threaded freewheel
    gearing SunTour XC friction (black/silver derailleurs)































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    There may be a 24" NOS farmer john on ebay
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    Very fun NH 'east coast' bike; I miss mine.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    I need a little time to myself please......
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Hi !
    Beautifull bike ! Happy to see that you ride it. Not only a museum bike !
    I've got the same bike, but with a grove innovationstem/bar and fork. (This year, I have riden the Roc D'Azur with it)
    Your bike is quite NOS !
    Do you have post pictures to "www.vintagecannondale.com" ?

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    I've got one like that...
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    Here's mine...



    I recently picked up a super clean SM600 in the same shade of green. It has had a couple mods done to it but it still has the lovely yellow cables...
    Too many bikes!

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    i've got that same pink cannondale waiting to be reborn. every now and again i look for some rollercams (the old one's died and disappeared years ago).
    mike

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    Note how the rear Roller Cam brake on the Green Cannondale bolted on with a Nut and not a bolt! My 1984 Fat Chance had those same brakes and mounts with threads on them so they had to be secured via a nut and not a bolt...That is OLD SCHOOL!
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    STILL Looking For: NOS 176 Non-Drive Cook Bros RSR Crank Arm in silver

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    my 1986 SM700 and my 1988 sm 600 (the last cannondale with 24" wheel)


    my SM600 before the Roc d'Azur

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    yo bushido.... very nice pics! all of them.
    want: Ibis ti handlebar. suntour 31.8 front derr. bottom pull

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    French Federation

    Quote Originally Posted by 24pouces
    Hi !
    Beautifull bike ! Happy to see that you ride it. Not only a museum bike !
    I've got the same bike, but with a grove innovationstem/bar and fork. (This year, I have riden the Roc D'Azur with it)
    Your bike is quite NOS !
    Do you have post pictures to "www.vintagecannondale.com" ?
    I know your bike. It matches very nice the sun flowers in the background.
    I hope one day i can make it to the Roc. But I would bring a different bike because the SM600 is slightly too small for me.
    By the way it's far off NOS condition . some girls look nicer on fotografs than in reality

    Salutations

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    Quote Originally Posted by badbushido
    By the way it's far off NOS condition . some girls look nicer on fotografs than in reality
    A young girl seems older on a photography

    It's very hard to find such an old NOS bike. On other hand, if your C'dale was more NOS, perhaps, you woudn't ride it, like you show it on your pictures!
    For me, a bike has to be riden !

    Where did you find your tires ? First flight?
    I find your saddle funny, but, In 1986, I think it was the first time that an american (Greg Lemond) won the Tour de France, behind Bernard Hinault ! Is it a joke ?

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    here is my 87 sm800 in pink.... and i love this bike!




    has a different crank, saddle and r.derailer now....

    more 26/24's!! more!!!!


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    Badbushido....You sir have mad skill on that camera. Sweet sweet pictures of your ride.

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