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Cannondale T800 '04

Cannondale T800 '04

Probably the most flex-resistant and lightest weight full-on tourer made.
£699.00

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When Cannondale’s produced their first bike in 1983 it was a tourer. In the USA, the T800 has the same kudos as the Dawes Galaxy enjoys over here. Cannondale’s trademark oversized aluminium tubing is the stout heart of probably the most flex-resistant and lightest weight full-on tourer made.

  • Hot feature: Cannondale B Levers. These brake levers augment the Shimano Tiagra levers. B Levers allow you to operate the Tektro Oryx cantilevers from the bar top with no compromise in power.

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Technical Data

Frame:

Cannondale CAAD Touring butted aluminium frame - still handbuilt in the USA.

Fork:



TIG-welded Cr-Mo with 1 1/8" steerer.

Wheels:

Mavic A319 36-hole rims.

 Cannondale Wind hubs.
 DT Champion spokes.
Tyres:Continental Top Touring 700x37 Reflex.

Transmission:

Shimano Tiagra dual control STI shifters.

 
Shimano XT rear/Tiagra front gears.
 TruVativ 28/38/48 chainset on ISIS splined bottom bracket.
 SRAM 11-34 cassette.

Brakes:

Tektro Oryx Silver cantilevers for touring bikes.

Handlebars:

Deda Piega aluminium bars on Cannondale 3D forgedstem.

Saddle:Selle Royal Viper Look-In Gel.
Extras:Rack, mudguards, bell, bottle and cage fitted.
Approx. Weight:28.5lb/13kg.

Sizes:

S-XL.

Colour:

Blue.

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