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Subject: Cannondale Carbon 6 (58cm) $750.00

Cannondale Six-6 Triple with Carbon Fork & Seatstay Road Racing Bike

- Good condition!  Has a few nicks in paint on the frame and some scratches on one rim.  Never been in a crash.  Has ~3000 miles on it.  

- ideal for 5'10"-6' rider; ignore frame size as stem was replaced and bike fitted for 6' rider
- carbon fork & seatstays
- shimano tiagra shifting
- shimano 105 pedals
- full tune up in May of 2013 (only rode it once this summer)
 
I can send pictures.  Would prefer a local pickup.  I live one the north side of Chicago and work in the loop.  
 
Matt

 



2013-10-10 9:16 AM
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Subject: RE: Cannondale Carbon 6 (58cm) $750.00
Hey Matt,
I live in Chicago and would be interested in looking at the bike. Do you have any pictures of it? You can email me at brian.norberg@mytmc.com if that's more convenient.
Thanks!
Brian
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