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Subject: Cannondale Synapse w/ 105- M- $750 shipped
Cannondale Synapse.
Aluminum frame, carbon fork. Eyelets on the rear fork will accept a rack, if you want to also use it as a commuter.
Shimano 105 gruppo with triple crank in the front.
Includes Polar bike computer with cadence sensor and Heart Rate Monitor- take $75 off if you don't want it.
The color doesn't come out well but it's kind of a dark brown iridescent.
Made in the USA, one of the last Cannondales that can claim that. This bike is a few years old and is size M, which I would estimate to be 52-54. The seat is set up for me; I'm 5'9". It would definitely fit a smaller rider.
I bought this from a guy off of craigslist who had bought it on a whim and kept it in his garage after one ride, and I've only ridden it a few times. Just had it tuned up. I have since bought a Trek Lexa which fits me. It's a beautiful bike, just not for me.
Price includes CONUS shipping; I can knock some off for local pickup (Pittsburgh).



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2013-07-06 5:28 PM
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