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Junior Varsity
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by Junior Varsity

Actually they are Attivo display stands. Probably the same as the PRO and Giant ones. They work really well for both road and mtb.
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by cswi9367

a picture of my 09 Super Six HM size 58. only changes were SRM added and White SLR Carbonio flow.
PS: frameset is for sale, as my 2010 Ultimate frame is here and ready for the build.

Second picture is of my 3 cannondale's of last summer.
no changes to MTB size L
changes to Super Six mentioned above
CX9 size 56 got reynolds tubies, SI SL cranks, Dugast tires.

Enjoy.
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racermech
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by racermech

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Wheels and tires change, and it now has a pro carbon vibe bar.

2 more of these frames are getting built to add to the collection...

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by cswi9367

@racermech. i like it! nice looking.

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by CippoForLife

Here's my ode to Cipo...love this bike for fast-paced riding.

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Changes since made are:
- 3T Doric seatpost (less setback)
- Fizik Antares black/red saddle (much more comfortable, though waiting on the 00 model)
- Campy Hyperon tubulars (smoother ride)
- Keywin pedals (larger platform)

Much more "rideable" now :D
I'll try to take a new pic soon.

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by johnnyedge

52cm CAAD9 BB30 w/ premium fork. Sram Rival. Saving a little money to get the Force BB30 crankset. Saddle has changed and now is a regal. It is pretty comfy but I have experienced some numbness. I'm pretty used to saddles with cut outs. Any suggestions for a saddle thats flat length wise and round width wise.

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I now have 170mm cranks on it rather than the 172.5mm in the pic.

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by Junior Varsity

Nice wheels, they look like the one's that were on my bike.
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by bJay

Pic in the Pool :mrgreen:

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More recent pic with Antares saddle, training wheels (no longer have the Eurus) and 'fresher' bar tape:

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Just waiting on the SuperSix frame to come in and I will have another 'dale built up to show you lot :mrgreen:

Also, does anybody know what the deal is with how the warranty would be affected if I were to get my CAAD repainted?


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by finner

Love the green one, very nice.

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by Tallboy

man I would LOVE a cippo era 'dale in saeco paintjob. love that dark red one cippoforlife

either that or I'd settle for a zebra style aque sapone specialised
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by Auk

Starting to feel that I could sell all other bikes and die happy if I could acquire and keep both the green and the white CAAD9's in this thread. Awesome builds guys. :beerchug:

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by BeeBee30

STARNUT wrote:
I now have 170mm cranks on it rather than the 172.5mm in the pic.

Starnut


Your gonna need to take a fresh pic then, 2.5mm makes all the difference in aesthetics :lol:

Oh and I love that green CAAD9, gorgous 8)
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Here's my CAAD 8 training bike with my Edge wheels:
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And my CAAD 9 BB30:
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by Tinea Pedis

Here's my, still stock, CAAD9. Went with the '09 as the '10 white isn't really as nice (to me).

Not BB30 though.

And it's actually fun kicking around on a Tiagra level bike - it sort of pulls up the few guys who get ticked off with me for rolling up with my 595 and do the whole "yeah, well how could not not ride well on a bike like that!"

I pull out the CAAD, same result :lol:

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She will be losing quite a few pounds soon I hope! And is my race bike.

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