And here's another CAAD10 (edit: fixie added 5.9.2011)

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by hmai18

50cm CAAD10 frame/fork.
Bars: PRO PLT Compact 42cm
Tape: Fizik Microtex
Stem: 3T ARX Pro 110mm (Ti bolts)
Seatpost: 3T Dorico Team (cut to 250mm)
Saddle: Specialized Romin Expert
Cranks: Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL 170mm
Chainrings: Stronglight CT2 50/34
Chain: KMC X10SL
Shifters: SRAM Red
FD: SRAM Force '09
RD: SRAM Force '09 w/ KCNC pulleys
Brakes: SRAM Force '09
Cables: Gore Ride-On Professional for shifting/ Jagwire OEM for brakes
Wheels: Shimano 7850 C24 CL
Skewers: KCNC Ti
Tubes: Michelin latex
Tires: Schwalbe Ultremo R.1
Cages: Arundel Mandible

Forgot to ask the shop to put it on the scale, but I'm confident I hit sub-15.5lbs with this build.

2011 CAAD10 by Hung.QM, on Flickr

And the fixed gear:

Centurion Track Frame (chromed)
Mix of Dura Ace 74xx parts throughout (headset, pedals, fluted post)
Vintage Dura Ace 32h hubs laced to Velocity Aeroheads on straight gauge spokes and Vredstein Fortezza Tricomps.
Sugino Mighty 165mm cranks (47T) and EAI 1/8" (19T) cog.
Cinelli 1R stem and Cinelli bars.
Fixed Gear by Hung.QM, on Flickr

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by cl9k24la

Looks very good...... How does it compare to your old CAAD? Ride impressions?

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by hmai18

The SAVE stuff works; I feel less chatter and buzz riding the CAAD10 than I did with the CAAD8 riding over the same roads with the same wheels/tire pressure.

I can't objectively measure any increase in BB stiffness with the BB30/SiSL setup, but it feels more solid and responsive. I stomp and it goes. Subjectively, everything feels faster, but it could just be new bike mojo.

Either way, the upgrade was totally worth it.

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by globalsunset

Damn both those bikes are beauties. Especially love the fixed gear rig :) Nothing like a chrome bike...

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by jandro

That FG is beautiful. Well done.

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by CBJ

Amazing looking CAAD10 - love the build.

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by itbrou

Love the CAAD10. Great Build.

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by 53x12

Having that setback seatpost and then slamming the seat as far forward as you can ruins a perfectly classy build otherwise. :thumbup:
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