FS: Cannondale CAAD9 CX 50cm

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Aug 2 2013 at 12:18am #

This thing doesn’t get ridden nearly enough. It’s a great for something like CtC, lightweight but room for big squishy tires. Last I weighed it, it was around 18 lbs? I forget what wheels/pedals/etc. was on that weigh-in though.

I’d say it’s in “good condition”, no dings or dents, some scratches as to be expected. It took me forever to find this and I really shouldn’t let go of it, but someone should enjoy it more than me. Last of the USA made Cannondales.


50cm (52.5cm TT)
74 deg STA (full geometry here)
EC90X fork
SRAM Red crank (Cannondale branded) 53/39, 170mm
3T Ergonova 40cm bars
Ultegra 6700 shifters
105 5700 derailleurs
Bontrager Race wheels
SRAM 11-28 cassette
Tektro 8cm mini-Vs front, Shimano CX50 canti rear
Koolstop CX pads F&R
Ritchey WCS wet seatpost
3T ARX Team 90mm stem
Gran Bois Cypres 700x30mm tires
Romin 130mm saddle
Planet Bike fenders


Complete as-is: $1250
Module (frame/fork/headset/seatpost/crank): $700

If parted out:
Frameset: $475
6700 shifters: $225
Derailleurs: $80
Brakes: $20
Crankset: $200
Seatpost: $60
Bars: $40
Stem: $50
Tires: $80
Wheelset: $150
Saddle: $70

Pedals not included.

I also have a set of Specialized carbon cranks + 36/46 rings that I can put on there if you’re looking to make this cyclocross ready.


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Aug 2 2013 at 6:31am #

Any interest in trades?


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Aug 2 2013 at 8:11am #

O.O waaaant. I’d have to see it in person to make sure it fit — might be too big since I’m a hobbit — but I’d love to have this bike. That link to the geometry table isn’t functional; do you know where I could find that info?

rice rocket

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Aug 2 2013 at 8:37am #

pearmask: It must have disappeared in one of my ninja-edits.

The standover is a little tall because it’s a CX bike, but if you’re clipped/strapped in, I usually just lean it over slightly when stopped (my inseam is 30″, and the standover is listed as 31.2″).

boostuv: I’m really only looking for a wheelset to put my road bike back together, but let me know what you might have.


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Aug 2 2013 at 11:54am #

I love those bikes… too small for me though. I’m super glad you posted that geometry chart because I didn’t realize this model had different sizing than the current production CAADX. The current line has a gap between the 51cm and the 54cm, but the 52cm model of the CAAD9 would fit like a glove.

rice rocket

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Aug 5 2013 at 8:01am #

Last bump before I ship it out to Ohio (booo!).

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