|Finding a Cannondale frame||JohnIV|
May 10, 2002 11:26 AM
|I read in earlier threads that someplace on Velo News was selling CAAD 5 frame and forks for $600. I was wondering what the website is. I just found out that the reason my Quattro Assi is shifting terribly is cause the wreck bent the frame. So I'm trying to stay as inexpensive as possible. Any other suggestions? The only stipulation is that it has to have an english thread BB. Thanks|
May 10, 2002 11:34 AM
The selection is spotty, but you might get lucky. Here's an example:
Cannondale oversized aluminum w/Slice Prodigy threadless 1 1/8" carbon fiber fork, Campy integrated ehadset, Team Saeco viper red, 53.5cm t.t., NEW.(C-T)
|re: Finding a Cannondale frame||weiwentg|
May 10, 2002 12:03 PM
|you can trade the frame in at any bike store for a substantial discount. with the trade in, you could probably get a CAAD5 for around $600.
and yes, any frame, even a Huffy.
|re: Finding a Cannondale frame||853|
May 10, 2002 12:08 PM
|My local bike shop is a Cannodale Dealer, and I bought from them a CADD5 frame,fork and headset for $599.00. I believe all the Cannodale dealers should be carring this same deal.
The only colors available are Black w/ chrome lettering and Stars & Stripes, available in all sizes.
If not give them a call. I'm sure they would ship it.
or if you' in the L.A. area visit them. You could get a better deal if you have cash (like no tax)
Budget Bikes 323-254-4160
|C'dale Frame Exchange program||grzy|
May 10, 2002 1:39 PM
|Go to the Cannodale website for info on their frame exchange program.|
|C'dale Frame Exchange program||pa rider|
May 11, 2002 2:22 AM
|He has to go to a cannondale dealer as the previous post mention. I e-mailed cannondale a few weeks ago and that how they do those transactions.