1999 Cannondale F2000 

1999 was the last year that we carried Cannondale bikes at the shop (First Flight Bicycles).  We have close to 20 bikes to move which was tough since they were last years bikes and we wouldn't be able to perform warranty work on them.  We ended up getting rid of everything except this bike and a Raven 700 so we decided to just keep them as part of the collection.  This bike shows Cannondales attempt to have as many non-Shimano parts as possible.  The only Shimano parts are the derailleurs, bottom bracket, cassette and chain.  There is also a large helping of CODA components including the hydraulic disc brakes that used a unique 4 bolt mounting system.  This bike is New Old Stock

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1999 Cannondale


Frame Aluminum CAAD 4
Fork Cannondale Headshok Fatty SL
Rear Shock NA
Rims Mavic X223 Disc
Hubs CODA disc
Spokes Black stainless 3 cross
Tires IRC Mythos XC
Pedals CODA
Crank CODA
Chain Shimano HG
Rear Cogs Shimano Deore XT 9 speed
Bottom Bracket Shimano  sealed
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Shifters Grip Shift Plasma
Handlebars CODA Expert
Stem Cannondale Suspension Specific
Headset Cannondale sealed
Brake set CODA hydraulic discs (4 bolt rotors)
Brake levers CODA hydraulic
Saddle CODA w/ Ti rails
Seat Post Alloy
Colors Orange/yellow fade
Size Large
Serial #   JK 03090


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