Cannondale Evo Weights - Red vs. Ultegra Di2

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mfez
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by mfez

I can't decide whether to get the Cdale Evo red or Di2. Does anyone have the total weight of each bike? I think Ultegra weighs something like 3/4 pound more, but what does that mean in terms of the total? In other words, I might not care if the Ultegra is 16 pounds vs. 15, but I would care if it were something 17. Thanks

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Dbfire
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by Dbfire

The crank is different on those two bikes. I believe the ultegra di2 gets you a hollowgram crank vs the sram 951 crank on the base red Evo. I'm not sure about the bars/stem/seatpost they may be cannondale house brand on both bikes. The ultegra bike is an electric only frame as well. Consider that before you chose.

Dbfire
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by Dbfire

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This pic shows the ultegra di2 at 15lbs.

mfez
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by mfez

I had my LBS weigh them -- 16.7 for Ultegra Di2, 15.8 on the Red.

sunchaser
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by sunchaser

Are both the Evo frames the same? ie Hi-mod. Just a thought.

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by NWSAlpine

sunchaser wrote:Are both the Evo frames the same? ie Hi-mod. Just a thought.


Of the two models posted by the OP they are both the same. They are not hi-mod. You get hi-mod starting at the red racing model.

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I love the photos. Guess the bike?

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