My new ride: Cyclocross Cannondale CAD 9

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Johancoenen
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by Johancoenen

Cannondale CAD 9 - easton fork - Dura Ace with Truvativ cranks- Tune Hubs Ambrosio rims Gomitalia tubes

Greetz 8)
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no pain no gain

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by inbus5

WOW :shock:

great bike


is it a ambrosio crono?

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by Track Master Deluxe

where did you get that saddle from?
Wilier Track Frame ´05 Gerolsteiner Design

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that is what i would like to know. i use the flite team replica on my crosser but would rather use this version.
Great looking bike with nice parts.

frd
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by frd

Maybe from his team? :wink: http://www.cyclingteam-vlaanderen.be/

Stunning bike! :thumbup:

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by Willier

Just perfect :!:
"Smart may have the answers, but stupid have all the interesting questions."

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by mathi

Sweet :thumbup:

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by Johancoenen

I got the saddle from T-mobile, used it al this racing season. It was very good, 8) now I'm trying the new flite team edition model...

The new model is a lot "harder" to sit on. At this point I like it, maybe in the season that it gets to hard. we'll see.

I know it is difficult to find the old one team edition, I searched it myself in diff stores...only some pro-tour teams get the good stuff.... PFFFFF :evil:
no pain no gain

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by Ghastly

are you gonna do some races on this machine?
Looks stunning, except for the truvativ crank, weren't you going to use record?
EDIT: sorry, that was strobbekoen

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Normaly I was using my old slk-light FSA cranks but THEY really suck...
I couldn't remove the screw to losen up both cranks!!!(after 1 race season, yes with loctide) :evil:

So I had to crack te screw and drill it out ( 2 hours of work :shock: °

Now I ordered a new screw... in the meantime I'm using the truvativ... they are only 85gr heavier than the carbon FSA 8)
no pain no gain

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