Category Archives: Cannondale
Another Bike on its Side

I’m still going through all the madness from Los Angeles. This one in particular came as a last minute surprise. Luka’s Cannondale track. Pristine condition. He even has the original wheels at home. As always, more on this to come!

Feb 15, 2014 3 comments
Trackosaurus Rex: Arik’s 49cm Cannondale Track

Photo by Kyle Kelley

Most builders will tell you that a bike has the best proportions around 54-56cm in size. Yamaguchi will tell you that a 49cm bike will bring all frame design problems to the forefront. Modern cycling tells you that the tighter, more compact the frame is, the stiffer, lighter and most importantly, pro it is. All that applies here. Is Arik short? Or just going for that über pro look? Check out more at Tracko’s Flickr.

Mar 12, 2013 10 comments
Cyclonesia: Cargo Cannondale

Ippe’s Cannondale track might annoy the purists but having just put a basket on my Icarus, I can say that it’s awfully nice to not have to shlep around a backpack anymore. See more of this beauty at Cyclonesia.

Oct 1, 2012 27 comments
Evan Brown: Matchew Posted Up

Photo by Evan Brown

Evan’s back in Portland, where he bumped into Matchew on the street, outside Stumptown coffee. I like candid portraits and couldn’t pass this one up. Fast ‘n Loose!

Jun 29, 2012 Comments are OFF
Neil’s Cannondale Commuter
Beautiful Bicycle: Neil's Cannondale Commuter

When Neil walked through the doors of GSC one afternoon with this bike, I couldn’t help but be intrigued. There were so many little details that drew me to scope it out. It had a substantially higher bottom-bracket than you’d normally see on a MTB, especially a Cannondale. There was a Death Spray Custom sticker on the downtube, and a rare one at that. And it was covered with team sponsorship logos.

While some would say it’s not a MTB if there are road tires on it, I would disagree. It’s the frame and the frame’s geometry that decide the nomenclature and this is most definitely a mountain bike, albeit with its flip flops on…

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Jun 28, 2012 6 comments