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    1998 Cannondale Super V FR 1000 

The Super V platform had proven to be a good seller so Cannondale looked to expand it into other areas with a minimum of investement.  The so-called "freeriders" were  looking for longer travel bikes that would absorb larger impacts.  Cannondale added the Moto FR fork to the Super V frame to make their freeride series of bikes.  At one time, Cannondale tried to make trademark the term freeride so other couldn't use it!  This bike was sold by us when new and was was very lightly used.  We recently received it as a trade in and decided to add it to the collection.

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Frame Super V 100SL aluminum
Fork HeadShok Moto FR
Rear Shock Fox Vanilla RX
Rims Mavic 221
Hubs Shimano Deore LX
Spokes DT Stainless steel
Tires IRC Mythos Kevlar bead
Pedals NA
Crank CODA 701
Chain Sachs
Rear Cogs Shimano 8 speed
Bottom Bracket Shimano
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore LX
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore LX
Shifters Sachs Power Grip Plus
Handlebars CODA riser
Stem CODA
Headset Tange
Brake set Shimano Deore LX V brakes
Brake levers Avid 3.0 SL
Saddle Ritchey
Seat Post Kalloy
Colors Super Black w/Mango fork
Size Medium
Serial #   IF   11554

 

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