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Tema en 'Bicis Clásicas' iniciado por Chanquete, 30 Nov 2006.

  1. Chanquete

    Chanquete Novato

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    Alguien sabe si existe alguna pagina en internet que hable de los diferentes modelos de CAD que ha sacado Cannondale, los años de cada modelo y como iban equipadas.
    Gracias y saludos
     
  2. KalderonaBiker

    KalderonaBiker BESTIA PARDA

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    Cad 1 Power !!!! Menuda bici no la parto ni queriendo !!!
     
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    jontomac Bon vivant

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    Ya ves, debe ser de aluminio macizo:-D
     
  4. Chanquete

    Chanquete Novato

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    No he visto nunca una Cad 1, podriais colgar alguna foto? de que año es?
     
  5. beatnik_

    beatnik_ Baneado

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    Pues yo tampoco he visto Caad1, yo tengo una Caad3 y sigue preciosa tras decenas de miles de km.
     
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    aya Propiedad de Montaraz

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    En la pagina web de Cannondale (www.cannondale.con), en el apartado de Bike Archives, tienes todos los modelos, pero solo a partir de 2.000.
    Yo les envie un mail y me mandaron por correo una fotocopia del catalogo de 1.994 con el modelo que me interesaba.
    Prueba a ver.
    Te copio la historia que pone en su web, pero no esta todo lo que quieres.

    1971
    Joe Montgomery starts Cannondale at the Cannondale train station in Wilton, Connecticut. The company's initial product is the Bugger, the world's first bicycle-towed trailer. A rolling backpack, the Bugger rides on an angle (not unlike the pack it replaces) and transfers all excess weight directly to the road by its own tires. No weight is added to the bicycle itself.
    1972
    The Bugger is carefully designed and tested to bring you a whole new world of pleasure and convenience. As a shopping cart, golf cart, camping pack, or picnic toter, behind your bicycle, or walking, its uses are endless. - from Bugger sales literature, 1972.
    1973
    The Cannondale Corporation manufactures sophisticated backpacking and bicycling equipment for the serious sportsman. Each product is designed to function better and last longer. Their materials used have been chosen for long-term, high-stress performance, regardless of price. - from our 1973 catalog. Here is a remarkable pack designed by and for the serious backpack and cross-country ski enhusiast. Its unique design incorporates only the best qualities of existing packs plus some revolutionary new features. - from our 1973 catalog.
    1974
    Almost daily during warm weather, Cannondale receives dramatic testimonials on the Bugger's incredible bikepacking ability.A 19-year-old boy averaged 90 miles a day from Oakville, Ontario, to Los Angeles with more than 60 lbs. of gear in his Bugger. A 60-year-old man regularly makes the trip from Washington to California with 65 lbs. aboard. The Cannondale Bugger is being used and acclaimed nationally as the scientific answer to bikepacking.
    1975
    Cannondale receives design patent #3,903,944 for a "fabric utility bag".
    1976
    "Cannondale bikepacks have now logged millions of satisfied customer miles all over the world. Innovative design firsts and quality craftsmanship have made them the number one choice." - from our 1976 catalog.
    1977
    Cannondale's Bedford, Pennsylvania, factory opens in a refurbished truck terminal. Total work force: seven.
    1978
    "Our Winans' Camel packs combine the best features of external frame packs (large capacity with frame-supported platforms for carrying additional gear) with the comfort and trimness of an internal frame design... a philosophy that we've believed in throughout our six years of pack development." - from our 1978 catalog.
    1979
    "We are often surprised by the accomplishments of our customers. Our gear has accompanied expeditionary groups to some of the world's most remote places... We believe that our products will genuinely contribute to the pleasure of your outdoor travel experiences be you a novice or an expert... they will do what we claim and more." - from our 1979 catalog.
    1980
    "Our bags are modified mummies. They are roomy, yet heat efficient. The outer shells are 1.9 oz. ripstop nylon. The inner shells are soft, high count nylon taffeta. These fabrics are water-repellant yet breathable. They are filled with Hollofil II insulation by Dupont." - from our 1980 catalog. "Our years of extensive research have led to several innovative patents, which not only improve pack function, but also provide a margin of safety for both the rider and the load." - from our 1980 catalog.
    1981
    "Cannondale cycling gloves are handmade in Pennsylvania. We hand-crochet our 100% cotton back to precise patterns which assure the fit you want." - from our 1981 catalog. "The Cannondale water bottle is like no other. It is safer and more convenient than any water bottle you have ever used. Don't fight a cage or align a dovetail! Simply place the velcro loop covered bottle on the velcro hook covered base." - from our 1981 catalog.
    1982
    Cannondale cycling-specific apparel is introduced.While primarily designed to carry children, the Bugger III can accomodate your groceries, camping gear, picnic baskets, or whatever you choose to put in it. It's built to give you and everyone in your family a lifetime of use.
    1983
    The ST500, Cannondale's first bicycle, debuts. Its TIG-welded frame with oversized aluminum tubes ushers in a revolution in alternative frame materials.TIG welding is a sophisticated process using an electrical arc shielded by inert gas that makes clean, strong aluminum welds. Our large diameter aluminum alloy tubing is precisely mitered, securely and accurately jigged, and TIG welded by trained craftsmen... Welding disrupts the proper distribution of the alloying elements needed to keep an aluminum alloy at its maximum strength. To return the strength lost through welding, our aluminum alloy frames are solution heat treated at a high temperature, rapidly cooled in a quench bath... The Aluminum Bicycle by Cannondale. At Cannondale, we have recognized the need for a high-performance Sport/ Touring bicycle. Now we have met this need with a bicycle that represents our years of experience as leaders in the bicycling industry...
    1984
    The first Cannondale mountain bike, the SM500,and road racing bike, the SR900, are introduced.
    1985
    Cannondale invites riders to discover the meaning of all-terrain with it's new SM500 and SM600. "This is one mean mountain bike that climbs steep grades easily through the improved traction of a 24" rear wheel. Dodges obstacles with nimble steering!" - from our 1985 catalog
    1986
    "Even serious cyclists enjoy bicycling for the fun of it. Olympic medalists Connie Carpenter and Davis Phinney ride their Cannondale racing bikes in the mountains of Colorado." - from our 1986 catalog.
    1987
    Cannondale is for people who have trouble accepting limitations. Proud to offer products of "intelligent design and exceptional durability you've come to expect from Cannondale", including this year's new gortex rain suit, aeropants, pinstripe lycra tights and neoprene booties.
    1988
    Born to Shred! The Red Shred is introduced as the "Best Mountain Bike In The World".
    1989
    Cannondale Europe established in The Netherlands. European response to American-made Cannondales is enthusiastic, and sales quickly grow to 35% of total revenues.
    1990
    Cannondale introduces the world's first seamless, molded chamois shorts. Our breakthrough, seamless BioSuede™ chamois is molded through a proprietary process, not sewn, to eliminate irritating seams and exposed stitching while precisely matching anatomical contours.Cannondale introduces the seat cleat. The seat cleat twists into place over your saddle rails, taking the hassle out of typical strap-and-buckle bags.
    1991
    Cannondale introduces the industry's first mountain bike rear suspension design, the E.S.T.
    1992
    The patented HeadShok front suspension fork is introduced and challenges other fork designs in steering precision, smoothness of travel, and weight. The 2.8 road frame is introduced, featuring a tapered butted down tube, tapered chainstays, and a top tube ovalized in different planes at each end.
    1993
    Patent #5,249,818 granted for Cannondale's bike production process, which uses computer-guided lasers to cut frame tubes. This production process is later highlighted in Business Week Magazine.Perhaps the most radical (and most talked about) concept bike ever, the V4000 featured cantilevered wheels, four inches of travel, "one-wrench" assembly, and was to have weighed approximately 20 lbs. Cannondale launches the CODA component line, challenging the status quo with innovative, American-made components.
    1994
    Volvo/Cannondale mountain bike racing team riders win seven World Championship medals (including four gold) and one National Championship aboard our Super V full-suspension frame and 2.8 series hardtails with HeadShok forks.Super V is named one of the year's best products by Business Week magazine, and wins Design and Engineering award from Popular Mechanics Magazine.The ultra-light CODA Magic crank is introduced and features super-stiff, hollow elliptical arms and precision milled chainrings.
    1995
    Alison Sydor wins Pan American Games and repeats as World Champion.The Super V DH downhill bike wins six races in its first six weeks on the pro circuit, captures VeloNews' "Technical Development of the Year" award, and is named the "All-Time Best Downhill Suspension Bike" by Mountain Bike Action magazine. Silk Road suspension road bike - another Cannondale industry first - debuts. Trikes for cool tots: Eliminate chain suck, missed shifts, and flat tires with our all-new Heir 'Dale infant mountain bike. Praised by Mountain Tyke Action as "the first high-performance ATB for the Pamper set," the Heir 'Date features a stable, three-wheeled configuration and a lightweight, low-maintenance, one-speed drivetrain. - from our 1995 catalog
    1996
    Cannondale celebrates its 25th year in business. Our passion for innovation and commitment to being the world's finest bike company remain undiminished.Super V Active and Super V DH Active full-suspension models are introduced. The CAAD3 mountain frame is introduced. At just 3.3 lbs, it is as light as most titanium frames.
    1997
    Saeco/Cannondale wins the Giro d'Italia aboard our CAAD3 road bikes. Later that summer, Saeco/Cannondale holds the yellow leader's jersey at the Tour de France for four consecutive days. Cannondale unveils the breakthrough carbon fiber Super V Raven (multiple patents pending).
    1998
    In its first race season, our CAAD4 mountain frame wins the men's and women's World Cup Cross-Country Series' titles and the NORBA National Cross-Country Series. It's A Lonely Road, With Only Thousands Of Adoring Fans To Keep You Company. CODA disc brakes are introduced, bringing unprecedented stopping power and modulation to the mountain biking mainstream.
    1999
    The CAAD4 road frame captures four consecutive stage wins at the Tour de France, including the fastest road stage in Tour history. One Planet, Four Humans, And Plenty Of Suspension. The New CAAD4 Aluminum Frame. 22lbs With Dual Discs.
    2000
    The Jekyll sull-suspension mountain bike is introduced, and goes on to win "Bike of the Year" awards from cycling magazines in both the U.S. and Europe. The Lefty ELO fork, with the world's first push-button electronic lock-out, makes its debut. The Lefty wins 15 out of the 16 World Cup Series dual slalom races that same year, along with the women's dual slalom World Championships. At the Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Mari Holden rides her Cannondale CAAD5 road frame to a Silver Medal in the women's time trial, and Christoph Sauser rides his CAAD6 mountain frame to a Bronze Medal in the men's mountain bike race.
    2001
    The innovative, super-light Scalpel full-suspension bike is introduced and Tinker Juarez rides it to his fourth U.S. National Championship title, his first in the 24-Hour Solo category. Incorporating technology developed for its innovative Gemini downhill bike, which was raced to World Cup Series and World Championship titles by the Volvo/Cannondale team, the long-travel Gemini is introduced.
    2002
    Christoph Sauser wins the Houffalize round of the World Cup on his full-suspansion Scalpel with Lefty fork, and finishes the Series in second place overall. Tinker Juarez rides a Lefty-equipped Scalpel to his second-straight U.S. National Championship in the 24-Hour Solo category, his fifth U.S. title overall. Anne-Caroline Chausson riders her Cannondale Gemini to World Championship and World Cup Series wins in both the downhill and four-cross. Just 24-years-old, Anne has won more World Championships and World Cup races than any other rider in mountain bike racing history.Saeco/Cannondale's Gilberto Simoni wins a stage at the Giro d'Italia, Salvatore Commesso wins the Italian National Championship, and Danilo di Luca wins a stage at the Vuelta a Espana, all riding the new Cannondale CAAD7 with Optimo tubing.
    2003
    Gilberto Simoni wins the Giro d’ Italia on a CAAD7 Si Hollowgram frame. Six 13 debuts at the Tour de France, winning the hardest mountain stage from Saint-Girons to Loudenvielle.
    2004
    Damiano Cunego wins the Giro d’ Italia on his CAAD8. Prophet Enduro bike launched to the world.
    2005
    Synapse full carbon road bike is launched, marking a new level in all day performance and comfort. All new Marathon specific mountain bike, the RUSH is released.
    2006
    Cannondale, already known for continuous innovation in the cycling industry, has once again raised the bar in terms of what performance apparel aspires to. The new Cannondale LE Carbon collection takes some qeues from it's bicycle counterparts and has discovered that the properties of this hi-tech material can be used in garments as well. Named one of TIME Magazines most Amazing Inventions Of The Year.
    2007
    The new SystemSix, is ingeniously melded though a proprietary, continuous-fiber lay-up technology. The proportions are huge. The design is obsessively tested. And the result is the lightest, stiffest, most explosive bike we've ever made.
     
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    chimpomtb Con cara de Excell

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    beatnik_ Baneado

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    Caad1 no existio, yo he visto Caad2 en algun cuadro y mi novia tiene una de las primeras Cannondale de aluminio que se importo a España en el año 91-92 (identica en todo a la de Goose que citas) en la epoca de las tuberias finas llamaba la atencion esa seccion de tubo y solo pone "Aluminum" y ya ta
     
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    chimpomtb Con cara de Excell

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    Beatnik, creo que te equivocas, lo digo porque yo tube una exactamente igual a la de Goose, en el mimo color y en talla 18 (ahora la miden como s,m,l,xl) y exactamente ponía CAAD 1, lleva horquilla rígida de acero con dirección 1´cuando ya todo el mundo llevaba ya 1:1/8, las CAAD2 fueron las primeras en meter monostay y esta también lo llevaba. La patilla del cambio no era recambiable.
    Las que dices tu utilizaban otra nomenclatura, 2.0, 3.0, etc, llevaban las patillas del cambio retrasadas respecto al a finalización del tirante con la vaina y si que eran recambiables, no usaban monostay, eran clásicas de tirantes y vainas normales, y si que llevaban la dirección de pulgada.
    Es una pena porque es la única bici de las que tuve y que no tenga foto, pero te aseguro que ponía caad uno, era tan básica que la potencia y el manillar eran de acero y estoy hablando del 98 cuando la compré nueva
     
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    chimpomtb Con cara de Excell

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    Creo que hay un colega que si tiene las fotos de la bici, a ver si me las manda y las subo
     
  11. Mekanicles

    Mekanicles Miembro

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    en karacol tienen uu cuadro dando vueltas. la que era la caña era la killer
     
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    turbillo Novato

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    Chicos, tengo un cuadro killer en casa, pronto le haré fotos, espero montarla , ya vereis ke guapa, mitad amarillo y mitad verde todo fosforito...
    jeje
     
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    Mekanicles Miembro

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    eso si que es un cuadro yo conoci a una chica que tenia uno hasta que un dia una torre de palets acabo con el y con su coche aparte de una mongoose
     
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    bertosbike Miembro Reconocido

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    hola amigos, hace tiempo que no entraba por el foro y he descubierto ahora el subforo de bicis clasicas. Uff, me encanta, que recuerdos...........
    Hasta hace algo menos de un año yo tenia un cannondale , no recuerdo bien el año creo q es del 93 o asi. Era de los que aun no traian el monostay trasero y las punteras traseras eran un poco ortopedicas.
    Haber si os gusta
     

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  15. Mick

    Mick Miembro

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    Hola compañeros yo tengo un Cadd 1 en concreto M200 y estoy mirando de mejorarla bastante.
    Quiero cambiarle la horquilla y ponerle un adaptador para freno de disco en el cuadro.
    ¿Que problemas me voy a encontrar?¿Que horquilla puedo encontrar de 1"?
    ¿Que otras opciones me quedan? La verda es que no quisiera cambiar el cuadro por que aunque no sea un prodigio de ligereza a mi me gusta,tiene mucho esloping y voy muy comodo.

    Gracias
     
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    chimpomtb Con cara de Excell

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    Por ese mismo motivo la vendí yo...porque creí que no había horquillas de suspensión de 1´y si que las hay, por lo menos marzocchi tiene la básica de aire y aceite sin regulaciones en esa medida de dirección. El cuadro pesa, si, pero seguro que no lo rompes. Saludos y disfrútala
     
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    JANSIL The new evil

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    Hola a todos os presento a mi antigua CAD2 M500 Tengo que cambiarle la horquilla y solo Marzochi las tiene de una pulgada.
    Con ella me vicie en esto del B.T.T. ahora la usa mi mujer y se lo pasa pipa
    Esta bike he hecho el camino de santiago ha subido al pico javalambre en una travesía de 3 dias y al peña golosa y esta como veis le he cambiado el manillar las llantas, la tija y como no varios sillines después de 10 años juntos.
    :bye
     

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    wama59 BIKER DE CARTON

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    hola...que transmision lleva??...estoy estudiando mejorar la que yo tengo....
     
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    JANSIL The new evil

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    Pues llevaba un eje de cuadradillo pero tuve que cambiarlo y ponerle el octalin para podes cambiarle las bielas. Unas lx en estos momentos.
     
  20. beatnik_

    beatnik_ Baneado

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    Y el Caad1 ande ta?
     

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