2001  Cannondale  Silk Path 600
Bicycle TypeHybrid
MSRP (new) $1,139.99
WeightUnspecified
Sizes16", 18", 20", 22", 24"
ColorsNantucket Green w/Green Pearl HyperHighlight, Smoke Silver w/silver decals
Item ID35293

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Frame & Fork
Frame ConstructionTIG-welded
Frame Tubing Material6061 T6 aluminum
Fork Brand & ModelHeadshok Silk Path D
Fork MaterialAluminum, unicrown crown
Rear ShockNot applicable

Components
Component GroupHybrid Mix
BrakesetCannondale Expert brakes, Cannondale comfort levers
Shift LeversShimano SL-R440
Front DerailleurShimano FD-R443
Rear DerailleurShimano XT
CranksetCannondale Performance Road, 30/42/52 teeth
PedalsWellgo LU-955A w/clips & straps
Bottom BracketShimano BB-LP27
BB Shell WidthUnspecified
Rear Cogs9-speed, 11 - 34 teeth
Chain1/2 x 3/32"
SeatpostPM-780 suspension
SaddleSelle Royal Video gel
HandlebarCannondale alloy riser
Handlebar ExtensionsNot included
Handlebar StemCannondale HeadShok SI
HeadsetCannondale oversize Cannondale HeadShok SI

Wheels
HubsCannondale Performance
RimsWeinmann Zac 19, 36-hole
Tires700 x 35c IRC Advantage Pro
Spoke BrandDT stainless steel
Spoke NipplesUnspecified

Years this model was made:

2001

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jacheter
3/24/2013 3:55:59 PM
More than 1 year
Silk Path only one year
Pros: Cannondale made in the USA, has cachet, easy rider for the old, the infirm, or the just lazy. Looks good on the bike paths.
Cons: Too expensive when initially purchased in 2001, never made any upgrades, a one of, gel seat squirmy when hot, the Giant comfort seat is better.
Comments: I have had the Silk Path 600 for 12 years and use it as my lazy sneaker ride bicycle when I don't feel like suiting up with gear and special shoes for road or mountain rides.

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