C'dale SuperX 2012

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Beaver
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by Beaver

My SuperSix Evo http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=93223 got a "tougher" litte brother. :mrgreen:

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Frame SUPERX, BALLISTEC HI-MOD CARBON, SPEED SAVE, BB30, 54CM, JET BLACK/WHITE/BERSERKER GRN (GLOSS)
Fork SUPERX, BALLISTEC HI-MOD FULL CARBON, 1-1/8" TO 1-1/4" STEERER
Crank FSA SL-K LIGHT COMPACT ROAD, BB30, 172,5MM W/TOKEN AL-K083 CHAINRING BOLTS (549gr incl. chainrings)
Chainrings SHIMANO ULTEGRA SL FC-6650 50T/SHIMANO DURA-ACE FC-7950 34T (FC-6650 96gr/FC-7950 33gr)
Chain SHIMANO DURA-ACE CN-9000
Wheelset OVAL CONCEPTS 724 'TRUVELO DESIGN TECHNOLOGY' CUSTOM GREEN W/ SCHWALBE HP RIM TAPE 18MM/TUNE AC14 QR (568gr/764gr/18gr(both tapes)/49gr)
Tires VITTORIA CROSS XN PRO W/CONTINENTAL TOURING 28 LIGHT INNER TUBES, 42MM SV VALVE, 700x32C (329gr/94gr)
Pedals EXUSTAR E-PR43AL W/TITANIUM AXLES (209gr)
Bottom Bracket FSA BB30
Rear Cogs SHIMANO ULTEGRA CS-6600, 15-25T, 10-SPEED (297gr/lockring 14gr)
Front Derailleur SHIMANO DURA-ACE FD-7900, BRAZE-ON
Rear Derailleur SRAM NEW RED GREEN EDITION W/TACX T4095 JOCKEY WHEELS, CERAMIC BEARINGS (Tacx 21gr)
Shifters SRAM NEW RED DOUBLE TAP CONTROLS 10-SPEED GREEN EDITION
Cable System GORE RIDEON PROFESSIONAL
Handlebars 3T ERGONOVA TEAM, 31.8MM, 400MM, UD CARBON GLOSS BLACK, CUSTOM GREEN W/BBB BHT-92S CARBON LOOK END PLUGS (189gr/5gr)
Stem RITCHEY WCS MATRIX CARBONALLOY 4-AXIS O/S STEM W/TITANIUM BOLTS, UD CARBON, 31.8MM, 110MM, -6° (121gr)
Headset SUPERSIX EVO KP203 W/KP017/EVO EXPANDER, 1-1/4" LOWER BEARING, 25MM UD CARBON TOP COVER, 10MM/5MM PRO UD CARBON SPACER (Spacer 4gr/2gr)
Brakes TEKTRO RACING PARTS CX 8.4 MINI V-BRAKES W/SWISS STOP GHP2 PADS AND FLEXPIPES (306gr)
Seat Post RITCHEY WCS CARBON STEVENS 'SUPERIOR COMFORT TECHNOLOGY DESIGN' EDITION, 27.2x300MM, 2BOLT (153gr)
Saddle SELLE ITALIA FLITE III TEAM EDITION FLOW CUSTOM GREEN (166gr)
Computer POLAR CS-600X W/CADENCE SENSOR, WIND TECHNOLOGY
Waterbottle Cage MERIDA X-MISSION CARBON GRN (28gr/Cannondale bottle 76gr)
Weight 7,03KG (15,49LB) AS SHOWN / 6,87KG (15,14LB) W/SRAM RED XG-1090 REAR COGS, 11-28T, 10-SPEED (154gr)

Very nice for the city, dirt roads and forest tracks. I always felt being a little restrained with a road bike only. :wink:
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by majorbanjo

Very nice.....I want one bad....congrats....
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by yeagermeister

Did you paint the green on all the Sram components? Also I like the look of the Ultegra rings on Red crank.

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by limba

Nice. I'm not sure if I should get the Super X Red this year or wait for the disc version.

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If only they offered that paint scheme on a road model, it's hot!

Need steed indeed.

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by Beaver

Thanks. :wink:

The SRAM Red components are original green except for the crank:
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The other green spots I cut with a plotter from vinyl film. You have to work with an accuracy of 1/10mm, but it looks all right in the end and it can be reversed.

Disc or not? Hm, if you want to do "serious cyclocrossing" with a lot of mud wait some months for the disc version - for ordinary purposes rim brakes are just fine (and lighter). :D And those Mini-V-brakes are evil. :twisted:

I thought about keeping the SL-K crank (same weight and stiffness as the Red) but this is no Mercedes. :D

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by Beaver

Added some SRAM S30 AL Gold - hope they will last... :twisted:

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Nice. But no racing with it?
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No, as I stated in the beginning, it's just meant to go where the Evo doesn't make sense - city, dirt roads and forest tracks. :oops:

And I really wouldn't want to have to buy this bike again after a crash... :shock: :D

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by Beaver

Group/wheel update for 2015. :D

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