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Cannondale R800 '04

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£Built on Cannondale's lightest frame ever - the Optimo. The same 1.18kg frame you’ll find on Cannondale’s £4,299 Team Saeco bike. The same Optimo frame Gilberto Simoni rode to win this year’s Giro d’Italia. A bicycle so light, the UCI (Union Cycliste International) obliged Simoni to add weights so his Cannondale would comply with their rule which disqualifies sub-6.8kg bikes.

By substituting the Team Saeco bike’s Campagnolo Record components and Mavic Ksyrium wheels for ever-dependable Shimano 105 parts and Gipiemme T3 wheels, the R800 costs thousands of pounds less yet, at 18.5lb/8.46kg, it’s still light enough to virtually ride itself uphill.

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Technical Data

Frame:

Optimo butted aluminium frame (1.3kg) with externally butted head tube, milled bottom bracket and shock-absorbing Hourglass seat stays.

Fork:



Slice Ultra Si (System Integration) fork with carbon blades.

Wheels:

Gipiemme Grecal aero.

Tyres:Hutchinson Reflex 700 x 23c Kevlar-beaded.

Transmission:

Shimano105 Dual Control STI 27-spd shifters.

 Shimano Ultegra rear / 105 front gears.
 TruVativ Elita SL 39/53 chainset.
 SRAM 12-26 cassette.

Brakes:

Cannondale Omega dual pivot sidepulls.

Handlebars:

Cannondale 31.8mm-centre bars 3D forged Astem.

Saddle:Fi'zi:k Poggio.
Approx. Weight:18.5lb/8.46kg.

Sizes:

50, 52, 54, 56, 58 or 60cm.

Colour:

Blood Red/Gold.

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Our suppliers reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative will do all it can to maintain prices and specifications on this web site, however we do reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Similarly, despite the wonders of modern computers, it is realistic to expect the colour of any item bought to differ subtly from the image online.