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Cannondale SM1000

Cannondale hyper light, Modolo road racer

Cannondale Pepperoni



Sakae SX, Shimano sealed cartridge UN-53

CCM Pro series with springs, Ritchey

Diamond Back super platform, basic 7 speed chain

48x19 Uniglide cog

Large diameter everything.
Upgraded Cannondale SM1000 single speed Super bad ass street bike hot rod.

This bike was built with big in mind but it is remarkably lightweight for its girth.

Super gigantic smooth tires, Ritchey Moby Bite 26x2.1 (the lightest of the
super gigantic tires - Hookworm, Kiniption, etc.)Light weight tubes. Unusually gigantic Suntour brake levers.

This bike is dope. It is a fast single speeder with dynamite brakes, a super stiff frame, and a smooth light ride. It is excellent on the street.

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There is just something that looks cool about this... not sure what makes it come together but it just DOES. In that last picture its just sweet looking. Perhaps its the large tires making it look almost like a kids bike but then there are those sleek c'dale lines and welds; very cool. Cheers!

lol :)

graet job !!!
i can't stop smiling watching on these pictures.
i'm a little jealous :)
...and those tires...


dude, they recalled those pepperonis back in the 90's. lol
glad to see yours is alive and well.
long live old c-dales!


Yeah, I heard of the old recall. I am not doing any jumping with this bike and those fat tires really cushion impacts. Which is good because someone told me they recalled those stems also. I have no problem with either.

I have one of those i'm

haha, nevermind, i should've just read your discription to see what the gearing was...

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