SS langster

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  • 02-02-2010
    biggoofy1
    SS langster
    what are everyones thoughts on this i migt be picking one up from my lbs this weekend im 6'8 260 and dropping goal is 230 any thoughts or suggestions are welcome
    thanks for the help :thumbsup:
  • 02-02-2010
    gumper
    I'm around 200 myself, have put nearly 3000 miles on mine in a little over a year riding on a lot of lousy city streets and cobblestones. The rims have held up fine, although I had a lot of flats with the original tires. No problem with the cranks either, or the carbon fork. So I'd say it's a pretty solid ride. You might want to look into the steel model for added strength, although the track frame seems to me like it might not be all that comfortable a position.
    The bike weighs nothing, it's like riding without a bike. I have a lot of fun with mine! For the record, I ride the freewheel most of the time, being as I'm neither Amish nor cool.
  • 02-02-2010
    Normbilt
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by biggoofy1
    what are everyones thoughts on this i migt be picking one up from my lbs this weekend im 6'8 260 and dropping goal is 230 any thoughts or suggestions are welcome
    thanks for the help :thumbsup:

    61cm Wont be Big Enough.
    Cannondale Capo comes in a 63cm
    Capo 2 Available Now
    http://www.cannondale.com/usa/usaeng...19-0PR2-Capo-2

    Got a buddy 6'5" 61 Langster
  • 02-05-2010
    apat13
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Normbilt
    61cm Wont be Big Enough.
    Cannondale Capo comes in a 63cm
    Capo 2 Available Now
    http://www.cannondale.com/usa/usaeng...19-0PR2-Capo-2

    Got a buddy 6'5" 61 Langster

    That capo is a sweet rig. I love the old school graphics on the top tube - that is the way they originally printed their logo in the '80s.