In the late 90’s when Super Mario was king & I started racing as a junior,
I fell in love with the Team Saeco Cannondales. I had to have one.
I did, then after a few seasons sold it to fund my drag racing addiction instead.
Now 15 years later I still kick myself, & still think its the meanest looking bike ever.
I want another one for my collection, so last month I set about finding all the bits to spec an
original one again.
Shimano Dura Ace 7700 9sp - 11-21/39/53t
Spinergy Rev X tubulars
Vittoria Competion Atlanta 22mm tubs
The hardest thing to source was the Selle Italia Century Cipollini saddle.
I gave up, bourght a new Yellow Selle Italia, then the next day found a
Brand new in box Cipo saddle.
Rides sweet as, done 60km on it Sunday Morning and still is super fast, and
still as stiff as my current model road bikes.
Don’t worry, im on it. They are ahead, so a CAAD4 will be required.
If I found a frame, i’d swap it over. or if I could find a longer steerer
1" Kinesis or Slice fork, i’d stick a threadless h/set in it and put the stem on.
Though this model is to spec from the catalogue.
There is a Black stem on eBay with the chick onit, but not in saeco colours,
though there are heaps out there.
Goose this is sooo classy,
If goose says the wheels are stiff trust him he’d know.
The old boy had the 98 bianchi replica they too were nice.
I have a kinesis threaded fork but I think the steerer would be too short for you.