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    1991 Cannondale SE1000 

First year for the Cannondale E.S.T. (Elevated Suspension Technology) rear suspension design.  Front suspension duties were handled by a Girvin Flex stem.  With a movable swing arm, rear brake cable stops became a problem.  Cannondale's solution was the Force 40 system which was claimed to increase stopping power by 40% while eliminated the rear cable stop issues.  This bike has similar parts to original but is not a stock bike.

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1991 Cannondale   1991 Cannondale   1991 Cannondale 
1991 Cannondale  1991 Cannondale

 

Frame Aluminum
Fork Cannondale Pepperoni (aluminum blades)
Rear Shock Coil over, hydraulic damping
Rims Ritchey Vantage Pro (rear) Comp (front)
Hubs Suntour XC Comp
Spokes Stainless 3 cross
Tires Panaracer Smoke/ WTB
Pedals SR MTP 170
Crank Suntour XC Comp Micro drive
Chain Shimano
Rear Cogs Suntour 8 speed Micro drive cassette
Bottom Bracket Shimano  sealed
Front Derailleur Suntour XC Pro
Rear Derailleur Suntour XC Pro
Shifters Suntour XC Pro
Handlebars Alloy flat
Stem Girvin Flex stem
Headset Shimano
Brake set Suntour XC w/ Force 40
Brake levers Dia Compe SS-7
Saddle Vetta
Seat Post Alloy
Colors Jet Fighter Silver
Size 21"
Serial #   52112903707

 

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