Cannondale Ironman 800 Triathlon Bike

Ironman 800

Frame Material: 6061 T6 aluminum
Frame Angles: 72.5 head, 77.0 seat
Sizes: 48cm (26" wheel), 50cm, 50cm (26" wheel), 52cm, 52cm (26" wheel), 54cm, 54cm (26" wheel), 56cm, 56cm (26" wheel), 58cm, 58cm (26" wheel), 60cm, 60cm (26" w
Colors: Black, White
Fork: Cannondale Slice Si
Rear Shock: Not applicable
Brake Levers: Tektro 4.0
Handlebar: Cinelli Altera
Stem: Cannondale forged
Headset: 1 1/8" integrated FSA
Front Der: Shimano 105
Crankset: TruVativ Elita SL, 39/53 teeth
Rear Der: Shimano Ultegra SS
Pedals: Not included
Tires: 700 x 23c Continental Ultra 3000

User Reviews (1)

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TD44   Triathlete [Oct 04, 2004]

The frame is a really comfy ride. I'm also really happy with the wheels. The fork absorbs a good amount of road vibration.


DO NOT WAIT TO DUMP THE TIRES! The conti's are really aweful. I changed after 2 rides to michelin pro race, and have been REALLY happy with them. Thats my biggest complaint about the bike. Other than that, I would like to change the front derraileur someday...but not a big deal. I would also like carbon aero bars, but again...not really a huge problem.

This bike is an awesome mix of good price (at msrp) and great ride. Its nice and fast and a really comfortable ride. I've put a good number of miles on it and continue to love it. Not only does it work great, but I constantly get compliments on what a good looking bike it is. Derailleurs are good but not the best. I will get around to dumping the front 105 one of these days..but since it's not terribly important, it's not really at the top of my list of priorities. Overall, I LOVE THIS BIKE!

Similar Products Used: Trek Equinox 9 -a nice bike, but for a few hundred dollars more, and I like the cannondale wheelset and frame better anyways.
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