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martinko
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by martinko

15wilsonwu wrote:Image

My first Caad.


Very nice :)

What handlebars do you have there?

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CaptainP
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by CaptainP

Something happend and i now have a Sram Red Exogram crankset on my winter bike. Oh, and spring like weather has hit Copenhagen. Can't wait to loose the fenders when the real spring sets in!

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tvillumsen
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by tvillumsen

Looks good! Much better than the FSA 8)

MortenE
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by MortenE

My 56cm Supersix, trying gumwalls (Open Corsa SC) for the first time:

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BeeBee30
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by BeeBee30

That looks really fresh :thumbup:
Ti or dye!

The Weenie formally known as CAADHEAD

CaptainP
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by CaptainP

Fast looking bike!

alpinestar
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by alpinestar

Let us know about those Gumwalls with regards to punctures! (Do you ride in Denmark?)

nathanong87
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yea good looking whip. what bars?

MortenE
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by MortenE

Thanks! I was worried it might by too busy, but I like how it turned out.

alpinestar wrote:Let us know about those Gumwalls with regards to punctures! (Do you ride in Denmark?)


Will do. I used to ride Gp4000s and haven't had one puncture the last 4 years. I live in Norway.

nathanong87 wrote:yea good looking whip. what bars?


The bars are Zipp CSL SSR (Super Short Reach) 70/128 i think. Nice hybrid of compact and classic bend but heavy at 290 grams.

burggiebaby
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by burggiebaby

here is mine. recently swapped out si crankset for an sisl2 crank.
cannondale evo ultimate frame
enve 3.4 clincher wheelset, compact bars, seat post, and stem
campagnolo super recoard
arundel bottle cages
speedplay chromoly peddles
specialized romin pro saddle
cannondale hollogram sisl2 crankset
lizard skins bar tape
conti gp4000 tires
weight-6kg

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Crashtest
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frohrider wrote:63cm.. 6.2kg with Powermeter and Bora 35 (23mm/25mm)

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Always love a big bike!

Is the a Force 22 crankset? Looks good with the Chorus group! All-around awesome. I would love a bike just like that, though I would probably opt for a different saddle.

Crashtest
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admittedly not like the others

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Horizons
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by Horizons

Crashtest wrote:Is the a Force 22 crankset?


Looks like a Quarq crankset to me.


CaptainP, what chainrings do you have on that CAAD?

oakes2004
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by oakes2004

Crashtest wrote:admittedly not like the others

But spectacularly sexy :shock:

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nathanong87
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63cm is so tall!!! nice looking bike

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