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Thunderdome Prebook is Live

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If you want to lay hands on a Thunderdome when they hit this December (and believe me, you do), the prebook just went live and we'd like to encourage you to get in touch with your local bike shop and have them reserve one for you. 

Thunderdome MSRP $650
Competition Velodrome Frameset

We've taken our tried and true Big Block geometry and adapted it to a shorter axle to crown carbon fork and alloy frameset.  Because we love the lines of the old Cannondale track bikes, we went with traditional round tubing, a standard 1 1/8" headset, and to give it that AC touch, polished panels on the downtube and chainstay.

It is stiff, fast, and ready to race.

Specs
Frame: 7000 Series Aluminum

Fork: Carbon with alloy steerer, drilled for a brake

Headset: Standard 1 1/8"

Bottom Bracket: 68mm

Rear Spacing: 120mm

Seatpost: 27.2

Seatpost Clamp: 31.8

Tire Clearance: 700 X 25

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get on it

Comments
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David Davidson

November 5, 2012

I am purchasing the bike

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C.bittermann

November 6, 2012

Really disappointed by the absence of a 61cm version of this frame. I would buy one without a second thought!

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Evan T

November 25, 2012

C.bittermann;

All-City frame run large relative to other makers.  While I ride a 54cm Specialized Tarmac, My All-City Mr. Pink is a 52cm as per manufacturer sizing.  FWIW, I stand 5-11.5 (1816.1mm) with a saddle height of 30.83in (783mm).

Try taking a your existing road or track bike to your LBS and see if they can make those measurements work with a stem thats a few MM longer than your existing so the overall saddle center to center of stem measurement comes out the same.

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