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Junior Varsity wrote:Yes, it does have a 1 1/4 lower. No, it doesn't have internal cables. Gotta love Internet speculation.


Is it still made in Bedford or overseas?
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Junior Varsity wrote:overseas.


Bummer. Guess I'll be keeping my caad9 after all.
- Zipp rims will break if you look at them too hard
- R-Sys wheels will spontaneously explode
- The ZG crankset will never, ever exist
- Everyone needs Lightweights, even if they're fat and old
- Parts actually made of metal are SO 10 years ago

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I've ridden it, definitly a step forward.
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No SRM offerings for 2011 on the top end bikes.... guess Im SRMing my Liquigas HiMod on my own...

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by jmilliron

Has the 2011 Cannondale road line officially been launched? I don't see it on their website and haven't found any articles on it.
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Junior Varsity wrote:I've ridden it, definitly a step forward.


In what way?
- Zipp rims will break if you look at them too hard
- R-Sys wheels will spontaneously explode
- The ZG crankset will never, ever exist
- Everyone needs Lightweights, even if they're fat and old
- Parts actually made of metal are SO 10 years ago


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Frame weight is down about 120grams lighter and the front end stiffness was definitly up. BB stiffness felt about the same, it may have improved a little but not real noticable. Whole bike just felt a little more solid.
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ParisCarbon wrote:No SRM offerings for 2011 on the top end bikes.... guess Im SRMing my Liquigas HiMod on my own...


with all the new power measurement systems out there, there is no reason to try add it to the retail line.

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Dumb question, but could I procure just the CAAD-10 frame and possibly the frame/crankset?
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I would take frame and fork (and cranks). Cdale have a pretty damn nice fork now. I think bang for the buck wise it would be very hard to beat.

crank sets are now stand alone available...



cswi9367 wrote:
ParisCarbon wrote:No SRM offerings for 2011 on the top end bikes.... guess Im SRMing my Liquigas HiMod on my own...


with all the new power measurement systems out there, there is no reason to try add it to the retail line.



Cdale were adding SRM at a hell of a nice price point when included with the bike... The SISL SRM is still the lightest / stiffest available set up.

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by Junior Varsity

To answer some questions.

1. Yes, the CAAD 10 will be available as a frameset.
2. The Hollowgram SiSL is currently available in almost every possible combination.
3. Cannondale is not allowed to sell the Hollowgram SiSL SRM aftermarket per an agrement with SRM
4. You may buy a Hollowgram SiSL from Cannondale and then ship it to SRM and they will take care of the powermeter stuff. All you have to do is ship them arms, lockring, chainrings, and chainring bolts. 2 day turn around.

5. I wouldn't expect the SRM spec'd bikes to be gone forever.
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Junior Varsity wrote:Frame weight is down about 120grams lighter and the front end stiffness was definitly up. BB stiffness felt about the same, it may have improved a little but not real noticable. Whole bike just felt a little more solid.


120 gramms lighter? Wow, thats quiet a lot

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