CAAD10 "Stealth" - updated with weight

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Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez
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by Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez

What is your saddle height? Just want to have an estimation of how high my seat would be on a 54cm Cannondale.. used to have a 56 myself

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by jdp211

If you're looking for a a pair of pedals I've got a pair of the liquigas speedplays with ti spindle I'd gladly part with for a fellow ECCCer. Awesome rig!

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by laleme

Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez wrote:What is your saddle height? Just want to have an estimation of how high my seat would be on a 54cm Cannondale.. used to have a 56 myself


Just under 75cm.

jdp211 wrote:If you're looking for a a pair of pedals I've got a pair of the liquigas speedplays with ti spindle I'd gladly part with for a fellow ECCCer. Awesome rig!


Haha nice. I'm actually gonna be in the ACCC now (transferred to VT). But yeah, PM me. :)

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

Weight.

Dying to know a weight.

Especially as we are on Weight Weenies :wink:

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by laleme

Okay, with a little improvising I was able to get an accurate weight:

Complete bike minus wheelset:

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Front wheel (tire/glue/skewer):

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Rear wheel (cassette/tire/glue/skewer):

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Total weight: 6475g

Lower than I expected!


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by btompkins0112

Wow! Awesome! Makes me long for my CAAD a bit....

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One of my fave '10's on the forum

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by laleme

ross wrote:One of my fave '10's on the forum


Thanks! Looks like ours are quite similar.

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by ednino

this is a fantastic bit of kit!

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by KWalker

Do you race in MABRA? I swear I've seen this bike in person.

Change the tape and its perfect.
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by laleme

I do. Although, I'll be racing collegiate again next season, so I'm not sure how many MABRA races I'll end up doing in near future.
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by KWalker

Do both! The more the better. There's supposedly some good USAC stuff in NC, SC, and the like but that might be far from where you are.
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good work. mabra appreciates your work in helping increase our style points.

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by laleme

:lol: Thanks!

KWalker wrote:Do both! The more the better. There's supposedly some good USAC stuff in NC, SC, and the like but that might be far from where you are.


I can't say I won't try! I'll probably end up racing the ACCC season in its entirety, and then as many MABRA races as possible for the rest of the season.

As long as I get to race more than I did this year, I'll be happy. :)

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