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kenz76
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by kenz76

these are for me the two best Cannondale models, SystemSIX and Scalpel. one for the road and one for offroad. :)
weights:
- System SIX is about 7kg
- Scalpel is 9,6 kg

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beautiful!

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by Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez

Nice bikes! But... hmm... Am I the only one to find that a set of Ksyrium make any bike looking worse? :shock: :oops:

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Nice bikes kenz76!
I like the ES wheel set.

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kenz76
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by kenz76

Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez wrote:Nice bikes! But... hmm... Am I the only one to find that a set of Ksyrium make any bike looking worse? :shock: :oops:



me too. the set is on sale... :wink:
(and still waiting for some extra money for carbon/tubular, FFWD or Corima)

but I'm mountainbiker, I don't care much how SIX looks. I bought it second-hand, with DuraAce and changed to Force. the rest is original.

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Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez wrote:Nice bikes! But... hmm... Am I the only one to find that a set of Ksyrium make any bike looking worse? :shock: :oops:


only you 8)

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Nice bikes. Had your Scalpel in my mind when I thought of on. But after I tried I like hardtail more. Really good spec on it.

Samuel Sanchez Gonzales: That's why their is Ksyrium SL (silver) from Mavic.
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Whats the setback on that FSA post? Is that the 35 or 25?

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Love that Scalpel, especially the stealth graphics on the ZTR rims.
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That's a tiny, low profile bar on the road bike.

What brand/ model is it?

Looks smaller than an FSA compact bend.
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6.29 kg and dropping...

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=89221

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by kenz76

@jimbonnet: the setback is 25.

@journeymonk: it's FSA WingPro Compact, 42 cm
perhaps it looks lower because of the masive sys6 stem. but it's quite comfortable to me - I'm mountainbiker and not used to changing positions much... :)

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