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This Cannondale Criterium Series Is Killing Me

Old 04-25-18, 10:44 AM
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It's been 3 years since I began the Criterium Series build and today I can say this is still my avorite roadie. Every bike has a feel of it's own, this one is a winner. The one characteristic that is dynamically individual is I cant seem to ride this bike in a casual manner without feeling it needs to be turned up a notch.

Having completed the ride (just now) that inspired this thread I'm amazed how the bike challenges and encourages the spirited rides.
It was 4 years ago since that first ride, an unforgettable moment. Last night I rode the second ride of the spring, a short 16.4mi 521ft ride through the countryside. In a seasonal sense comes a “first” moment ride where I feel totally attached and powering through the course, last night was that moment. I love this bike.
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Originally Posted by Danbianchi881 View Post
Sorry here my 2001 tri bike and this monster is really fast!
2001 was not a bad year, eh?
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2001 was not a bad year, eh?
I never said 2001 was a bad year, I ended up selling the bike. Cause the frame was too big and it was 650b and not 700c wheels
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Originally Posted by Danbianchi881 View Post
I never said 2001 was a bad year, I ended up selling the bike. Cause the frame was too big and it was 650b and not 700c wheels
No, you didn't, and I didn't mean to imply it; perhaps my speech/writing pattern didn't make that clear.

Note the similarities in the color and designs of both 2001 models. I was going to ask it if was set up on 650's, or if the frame was just tall and made the wheels look small. Stick a 54T ring on that, a bunch of carbon bits, and the triathletes in "down east" NC would be all over it for their flatland triathlons.

2001 was smack dab in the middle of the 650c trend, with Kestrel doing it in 1998 and I think Cervelo continuing it until 2004 or so.
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No, you didn't, and I didn't mean to imply it; perhaps my speech/writing pattern didn't make that clear.

Note the similarities in the color and designs of both 2001 models. I was going to ask it if was set up on 650's, or if the frame was just tall and made the wheels look small. Stick a 54T ring on that, a bunch of carbon bits, and the triathletes in "down east" NC would be all over it for their flatland triathlons.

2001 was smack dab in the middle of the 650c trend, with Kestrel doing it in 1998 and I think Cervelo continuing it until 2004 or so.
Sound like😂 you live in a triathlon fever state. It was a fast tri bike for being 650 wheel, still searching one in my size.
Current replacement is a 1992 specialized transition
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Originally Posted by OldsCOOL View Post
It was 4 years ago since that first ride, an unforgettable moment. Last night I rode the second ride of the spring, a short 16.4mi 521ft ride through the countryside. In a seasonal sense comes a “first” moment ride where I feel totally attached and powering through the course, last night was that moment. I love this bike.
I have been blessed to have ridden my '88 Criterium since I built it in 1990. There were some years when I put on some weight and decided to ride my '86 Cannondale.

I will say that my Criterium is like nothing else I've ridden. There is not a corner that doesn't beg to be taken hard or a climb that diminishes the stiffness. No effort is wasted. I've ridden other bikes and have been tempted to replace it with something newer or lighter or higher end, but for some reason I just never could. It never disappoints.

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I have been blessed to have ridden my '88 Criterium since I built it in 1990. There were some years when I put on some weight and decided to ride my '86 Cannondale.

I will say that my Criterium is like nothing else I've ridden. There is not a corner that doesn't beg to be taken hard or a climb that diminishes the stiffness. No effort is wasted. I've ridden other bikes and have been tempted to replace it with something newer or lighter or higher end, but for some reason I just never could. It never disappoints.

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I know that feeling. When you need a sporty feel, plenty of hills and twisty downhills that demand handling and control, there is nothing like the Cdale Criterium Series!
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Originally Posted by 70sSanO View Post
I have been blessed to have ridden my '88 Criterium since I built it in 1990.

I will say that my Criterium is like nothing else I've ridden. There is not a corner that doesn't beg to be taken hard or a climb that diminishes the stiffness. No effort is wasted. I've ridden other bikes and have been tempted to replace it with something newer or lighter or higher end, but for some reason I just never could. It never disappoints.

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Nothing out there right now, it seems, has much, if any, advantage over a Criterium Series, when it comes to "let's go, and let's go NOW." As long as it's not loaded up, it's a Spartan.

I cannot imagine the outcome if I'd have known or considered Pulzion cranksets, Hope Tech hubs, and other carbon bits when I built my SC800. As it is, I sold it to a pro hockey player, who said "I don't mind hurting a bit on a bike if I'm hurting other people more."

He was the right buyer, but the bike remains one which I regret selling, if just to drop the "A" group for the first 20 miles every Tuesday and Saturday.
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I went out with a bunch of old men last week on my '88 SR500. 58 miles, average 17.3mph.

At 66, and on a 30 year old bike with 6 speed downtube shifters, I'd classify that as sparkin'.
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650c wheels Yay or Nay? , picked up a 1998 C'dale Multisport 1000 that has them, i have never rode with them so not sure what to expect or look out for....
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650c wheels Yay or Nay? , picked up a 1998 C'dale Multisport 1000 that has them, i have never rode with them so not sure what to expect or look out for....
Slight learning curve on gearing, given the smaller rear. Otherwise, fun. Tremendous bargains can be had on great wheelsets. I picked up an American Classic carbon set for $200, almost new, with tires mounted (tubular), because the buyer could barely get a nibble.
There is a set of Campy Vento's here in 650c for a similar low price (700c and I'd have picked them up for hodgykins' Paramount)

You are an experienced cyclist, so first you have to decide how often you'd ride it, I think.

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Thanks RT. it has a mismatched set of Mavic CXP's on it that i think i will tune up and run for now and if i really like it i will look for an upgrade!

Heres the offending machine as i picked it up,
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Thanks RT. it has a mismatched set of Mavic CXP's on it that i think i will tune up and run for now and if i really like it i will look for an upgrade!

Heres the offending machine as i picked it up,
we should all be so offended.

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Just stuck a new set of Michelin Pro4 Service Course skins on this rocket. Initial 2mi cruise, they feel quite zippy compared the heavier Krylions. The Pro4 SC is 35 grams lighter and a faster rolling tread design. Nice tire.
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Just installed the FSA Vero 50/34 and suddenly not liking it being the dead of winter. Here is the Ryp’s Rocket in full tune and ready to rock the hills.


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Just like any muscle car, it's all in the rims

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Man those are looking good!

Recently built up this re-purchased '89 SR800 crit bike (frame, fork, headset). 66cm proper. In this configuration the steering is very quick though never twitchy, and I can center it easily. Feels insane after riding my ST400, but I quickly get used to it. Narrower-than-normal handlebars (Cinelli Criterium/65s) make the steering much quicker, and out of the saddle efforts rocking side to side on the bars is a little odd (wider/normal-to-me width bars feel fine no matter the bike). I put on wider (Criterium) bars and the quick steering completely disappeared. A very tame, very stable, if neutered, bike. Comfortable, but no longer zany. I mean, 56mm of trail is never going to betray, but still, I want that bike to be alive.

This bike will be reconfigured as, very likely, a 3x10 Shimano Ultegra setup from my parts bin, aiming to do the super tall cyclist a solid by offering a great bike that's well sorted for a good price. Its size is at my outer limit top tube-wise, and when out of the saddle and rocking the bike back and forth, the higher top tube level hits higher up on my inner thighs, thereby limiting the angle of rock, which is a bummer. I have a 63cm Cannondale Crit ('91 SC1000/2000) but the paint is rough enough that I'd like to pass that along as well to someone looking for a fast commuter/rider for not a lot of money (I got the frameset super cheap). I'm going back to an SR geometry and picked one up recently. It's also built up and looking gorgeous, but it has all of a sudden snowed and dropped to the 20's over the last week, so inside it stays.

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel View Post
Man those are looking good!

Recently built up this re-purchased '89 SR800 crit bike (frame, fork, headset). 66cm proper. In this configuration the steering is very quick though never twitchy, and I can center it easily. Feels insane after riding my ST400, but I quickly get used to it. Narrower-than-normal handlebars (Cinelli Criterium/65s) make the steering much quicker, and out of the saddle efforts rocking side to side on the bars is a little odd (wider/normal-to-me width bars feel fine no matter the bike). I put on wider (Criterium) bars and the quick steering completely disappeared. A very tame, very stable, if neutered, bike. Comfortable, but no longer zany. I mean, 56mm of trail is never going to betray, but still, I want that bike to be alive.

This bike will be reconfigured as, very likely, a 3x10 Shimano Ultegra setup from my parts bin, aiming to do the super tall cyclist a solid by offering a great bike that's well sorted for a good price. Its size is at my outer limit top tube-wise, and when out of the saddle and rocking the bike back and forth, the higher top tube level hits higher up on my inner thighs, thereby limiting the angle of rock, which is a bummer. I have a 63cm Cannondale Crit ('91 SC1000/2000) but the paint is rough enough that I'd like to pass that along as well to someone looking for a fast commuter/rider for not a lot of money (I got the frameset super cheap). I'm going back to an SR geometry and picked one up recently. It's also built up and looking gorgeous, but it has all of a sudden snowed and dropped to the 20's over the last week, so inside it stays.

Wow, that red really stands out! Sweet bike!
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Awesome looking C'dale ROS , the red and white really make it pop . I love the way the seat stays go vertical on the "R's" .
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Originally Posted by OldsCOOL View Post

Wow, that red really stands out! Sweet bike!
Thank you! This bike (and really, any vintage Cannondale I've owned) has never been harsh, and I've run stiff wheels and Gatorskins simultaneously. On this one at this time, I have my trusty and supple Vittoria Open Corsa Evo CXs. All the power transfer you get with these great frames, and with the tires, any jolts or crummy road surfaces are very well damped.
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Awesome looking C'dale ROS , the red and white really make it pop . I love the way the seat stays go vertical on the "R's" .
Thank you! The white tape and saddle are key to making the bike visually sing. Yeah, and with a super tall 3.0-era frame with these stays, they go near vertical! They're about 74.5° or so, essentially mirroring the head tube angle of the 66cm model (63cm too). The cantilevered stays are not for everyone, and on a frame of this height, can be an acquired taste. But when the frame is your size, it's easy to love. Now I don't want to sell it...gah, even for a good 'cause' (big guys need good bikes, too). I look at my other bikes and my heart is more than full--they're all so great! I am beyond blessed. But I can't ride them because snow and ice! In February, in Seattle! Stem conversion, for sure. STI shifters for sure. A triple makes it go anywhere, and really quickly, too.
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This '90 SR400 reminds me of the car I learned to drive on, a brand new '72 BMW 2002. You simply have to push it and yourself to the limit. I'm thinking about going to Microshift brifters but don't really want to spoil the classic look. It's 100% stock except for the seat. The tires are Continental Grand Prix Classics. I'm surrounded by 10 to 13 degree hills and this thing just eats them up. I love this bike.
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This '90 SR400 reminds me of the car I learned to drive on, a brand new '72 BMW 2002. You simply have to push it and yourself to the limit. I'm thinking about going to Microshift brifters but don't really want to spoil the classic look. It's 100% stock except for the seat. The tires are Continental Grand Prix Classics. I'm surrounded by 10 to 13 degree hills and this thing just eats them up. I love this bike.
Sharp looking Cannondale! The cantilever stays look totally cool on these gems.
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After 6 seasons it’s time to replace the chain. Pedals and clips, as well. This bike still stirs my riding passions. The past 2 seasons were lighter on mileage but with our return to home base and being semi-retired, this bike will be again lighting up the routes with increased saddle time. Just love this thing.
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There is a 60cm sitting on my local CL.

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