Custom Supersix Evo 6.25kg (Updated Page 2)

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Alpine318is
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by Alpine318is

You should invest in a Yaw Front D. It is so much better than that previous version.
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CaptainP
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by CaptainP

Looks damn good.

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JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Alpine318is wrote:You should invest in a Yaw Front D. It is so much better than that previous version.

Yes I know I have one on my other bike, but this one works good enough that I don't really mind it.

CaptainP wrote:Looks damn good.

Thanks! There's nothing really I want to change on this bike at this point other than training and race wheels.
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JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Some pictures taken post race weekend

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TonyM
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by TonyM

What kind of bracket do you have for your Garmin (that you have to use a zip tie)? Regular Garmin? Did your Garmin detached itself from it?

JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

It's a regular barfly Garmin mount, but the mounting tabs snapped off my Garmin and I just haven't fixed it yet.
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wpccrunner
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by wpccrunner

same thing happened with the mountain tabs on my Garmin. Installed a Dogears GPS on the back and good as new, except for the slightly higher position.

JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Picked up some new wheels for this my Evo
Enve 6.7 laced to Tune MIG 45 + MAG 170: 1552g

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Frame: Cannondale Supersix Evo 972g with PF30 BB
Fork: Cannondale Supersix Evo 379g
Crankset: Sram Red Exogram + Stages Power Meter 552g
Seat: Selle Italia SLR
Seatpost: 3T Dorico LTD
Stem: Thomson X2 120mm
Bar: FSA Wing Pro 40cm
Brakes: Planet X CNC
Front derailleur: Sram Red Black Edition
Rear derailleur: Sram Red 10 speed
Shifters: 2013 Sram Red 10 speed 286g
Cassette: Ultegra 6700 12-30t 270g
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Supersix Evo 6.25kg
Giant TCR SLR 6.8kg
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wrenegade
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by wrenegade

Looks great! Love that Thomson X2 stem, absolutely perfect match to the top tube angle.

Delorre
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by Delorre

wrenegade wrote:Looks great! Love that Thomson X2 stem, absolutely perfect match to the top tube angle.


-10° I suppose?

JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Yes its a Thomson X2 120mm -10°. I would like to get a Extralite HyperStem in -12, which would save about 60 grams, but it is not currently in my budget.
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Giant TCR SLR 6.8kg
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JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Changing it up a little bit.
Zipp SL Sprint Stem 130mm 192g :shock:
Swapped brakes from silver to black and threw on 30mm China carbon tubulars.
Hovering around 6.25kg as pictured.

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Kazyole
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by Kazyole

That is a mean looking bike. I love it.

loudtiger
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by loudtiger

Stem is massive but those shallower wheels look really good on your ride

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