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by manne

Hi there!

Thought it was time to introduce my ride. Thinking of removing the Edge decals or swap them for a set of black ones.
Other then that I'm pretty happy with my ride so far. Haven't got the opportunity to see her on a scale yet.

Hope you like it

Cheers from Sweden!

Frame: Cannondale SuperSix HiMod -54
Group: SRAM Red
Brakes: Ciamillo ZeroGravity
Cables: Gore

Wheels: Edge 1.65 w DT 240 hubs and Sapim CX-Ray spokes
Tires: Vittoria EVO CX front, Schwalbe Ultremo HT rear

Bars: Zipp Service Course SL Short & Shallow 44 cm
Stem: Pro Vibe, Cavendish 120mm
Bar Tape: Pro Gel

Bottle Cage: Elite Custom Race
Saddle: Fizik Arione CX Braided
Seat Post: Ritchey WCS Carbon
Seat Post Clamp: No clue
Pedals: Speedplay Zero Stainless


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by plpete

Greetings :beerchug: That is a very well put together ride and makes me want to own a Cannondale some day. Very nice part selection and aesthetics. Personally, I like the EDGE stickers on the wheels but could go either way, with or without.

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by NWSAlpine

I usually hate decals on wheels except white decals on a black w/white logo frame. Looks awesome. All you need to do is anodize your crank arms and you will be all set

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by mattlawro

Nice c'dale. For me I'd remove the decals on the wheels and change the stem. But it looks awesome as it is .

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by Tamu8104

Very nice Dale!! Personally I would go black Edge stickers but the white ones work with that paint scheme.
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by HillRPete

Great build that I'm sure leaves nothing to be desired. The Cannondale b/w paint job got to be the best monochromatic one out there, and the wheels are a perfect match.

From an aesthetic point of view black cranks arms and maybe a more subtle stem might round off the looks.

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by manne

Thanks guys!

I removed the decals today, looks way better imo.


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by prendrefeu


Do you work in a distribution center for hockey equipment? :D
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by manne

prendrefeu wrote:Do you work in a distribution center for hockey equipment? :D

Heard about "HockeyMonkey"? :)

I think there is four stores in the US.

There's only one in Europe (Södertälje, Sweden) and I'm pretty sure it's the
biggest of all available ice hockey stores in Europe.

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by mattlawro

Nice work... Looks fantastic

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by Getter

I kinda liked it with the stickers... :mrgreen:

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by KB

Looks even better without the stickers, but it was already nice apart from the sloping saddle. I especially like that chunky stem, but I think it would look even better with a spacer that's the same width as the frame. The transition would then look less pronounced than with the conical spacer. I had some spacers made for my Super6 and then promptly lost them.

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by upside

Now you're styling.. looks much nicer without the decals. Just my two cents.

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by Frankie13

Very lovely build and it was a good choice to take the decals of the wheels. It's a much cleaner look and not so busy anymore. I have to agree with some of the other , I'm not a big fan if the stem since I don't like bigger stems in general. One more suggestion would be to get a different looking spacer under the stem.
Still, this is a beautiful ride as is.
Great job!!!

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by sugarkane

I replaced my white decals with some outline cut vinyl decals in black I got custom made..
Heaps less busy but still keeping it real.
The wheels need something other wise they may as well be chinese carbon which edge/enve wheels are not.

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