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cerro
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by cerro

You got to change that handlebar position. the bottom should be straight or at least almost straight pointing at the rear brake and levers should end horisontal with the bottom. The way to mount a classic bar. Nice bike except that
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aspms
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Location: EU, Latvia

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Mike71
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by Mike71

My SuperSix Evo HiMod Team!

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and the little Sister

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FRAME: Cannondale Supersix 2009 (54)
FORK: Cannondale Supersix
HEADSET: FSA
SHIFTERS: Campagnolo Super Record Ultra- Shift Ergopower 11sp (EP9-SR1C)
RD: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp (RD9-SR1)
FD: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp, 35mm (FD9-SRC5)
CHAIN: Campagnolo Record 11sp (CN9-RE1)
CASSETTE: Campagnolo Super Record 11sp, 12-25 (CS9-SR125)
BRAKES:Campagnolo SuperRecord Skeleton (BR9-SR)
BRAKEPADS: SwissStop
CRANK: Cannondale Hollowgram SI, 175mm
Chainrings: Campagnolo 11sp, 53/39
BB30 BEARINGS: Ceramic
SADDLE: Fizik Antares
HANDLEBARS: FSA Energy Traditional, Alu, 420mm
STEM: FSA OS- 115, 120mm
SEATPOST: FSA K- Force Carbon, SB 25, 31,6mm, 350mm
SEATPOST CLAMP: Campagnolo
BOTTLE CAGES: Elite
WHEELS: Easton EC90 Aero Tubular
Tires: Vittoria Corsa Evo CX
PEDALS: Look Keo
BARTAPE: Colnago
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m1gel
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Location: SEATTLE

by m1gel

Mike71 wrote:My SuperSix Evo HiMod Team!

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very nice! :thumbup:

deermatt
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by deermatt

This was my hi-mod, before I put hollowgram SL cranks on. The frame is now sold.
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Vuong05
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by Vuong05

Amazing ride you have there Mike71, enjoy in good health.

Mike71
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by Mike71

Vuong05 wrote:Amazing ride you have there Mike71, enjoy in good health.


Many thanks!
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svm
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by svm

please excuse the wheels, lighter ones are coming :)

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Mike71
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by Mike71

The SISL2 looks good! :thumbup:
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Ekorre
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Location: Norway

by Ekorre

Updated :)

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thencameyou
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by thencameyou

Ekorre, that is a great build. I like it a lot! (must be pretty light too with that frame / wheel combination - 6.1-6.2kg?)

Mike71
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by Mike71

Ekorre wrote:Updated :)

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Great bike! What kind of handlebar are you using. They look good.
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Ekorre
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by Ekorre

Thank you very much. Yes its actually exactly 6.2 kg on my park tool weight :)
Its possible to shave off 100 +grams with a lighter seatpost but the bike is light enough... Or is it?

Mike71 : Its a 3T Rotundo ltd handlebar. Very stiff and super comfy with the flat drop when you are cruising downhill

Mike71
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by Mike71

Ekorre wrote:Thank you very much. Yes its actually exactly 6.2 kg on my park tool weight :)
Its possible to shave off 100 +grams with a lighter seatpost but the bike is light enough... Or is it?

Mike71 : Its a 3T Rotundo ltd handlebar. Very stiff and super comfy with the flat drop when you are cruising downhill


thanks for the reply
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cleavel
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Location: SoCal

by cleavel

Replaced my 2010 SuperSix Hi-Mod with a 2012 SuperSix EVO at the beginning of the SoCal race season in January:
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Many of the parts came from the Hi-Mod. Group is 2008 Record-10. Hollowgram SRM crank is new. I originally built it with a Record-10 crank and it was a touch under 14 lbs. Now it weighs 14.1 lbs with the SRM and everything else in the photo except the Garmin 500 (but with the K-Edge computer mount).
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Cleave
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