CANNONDALE SS EVO 2012 - 5.58KG (12lbs 5oz) - Details added

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Argonite
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by Argonite

My first WW built :

2012 Cannondale SuperSix Evo (54cm)
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL (172.5)
Spider: Cannondale Spiderring (50/34)
Bottom Bracket: Sram PF30
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Ti (12nm)
Cassette: Sram OG-1090 (12-26)
Chain: Sram PC-1090
Shifters/Derailleurs: Sram Red 2013
Handlebars: Zipp Contour SL (42cm) - 186 grams
Stem: Edge (120mm, -6°) - 130 grams
Saddle: Fizik Antares 00 - 124 grams
Seatpost: NEW Ultimate cut very short - 104 grams
Brakes: Sram Red Aerolink
Wheelset: Zipp 404 2009 max (24 Spokes rear wheel)
Tyres: vredestein tricomp (23mm)
Cables and wires : Powercordz swift

Total weight : 12lbs 5oz = 5.58Kg

Added :
Blackburn CF bootle cages - 60 grams
Garmin 810 complete set-up, does anyone know the weigth of the complete setup ?

Now at 6.04kg ....

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headwind816
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by headwind816

Nice bike and weight. I always did like that color scheme.

Which model of Zipp bars is that one? I cannot tell by the picture.

Argonite
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by Argonite

headwind816 wrote:Nice bike and weight. I always did like that color scheme.

Which model of Zipp bars is that one? I cannot tell by the picture.


Contour SL

Bianchi10
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by Bianchi10

Sweet!! impressive weight

drainyoo
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by drainyoo

Nice bike and the weight is really impressive since you didn't use any super light weenie parts. If you did you'd get it to an insanely light weight.

Bianchi10
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by Bianchi10

I still cant believe how light this bike is, especially since there are no REAL WW parts other than powercordz!

loco2546
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by loco2546

OMG !!!! Let me enjoy it ! :beerchug:

Argonite
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by Argonite

drainyoo wrote:Nice bike and the weight is really impressive since you didn't use any super light weenie parts. If you did you'd get it to an insanely light weight.


Indeed but I didn't have much money to spend either. Total cost of project was below 3500$ including zipp.

Argonite
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by Argonite

I am wondering if my first reading of weight was good.

I have installed the bottle cage (balckburn CR) and Garmin 810 and now at 6.04KG
That's a whoping 460 grams more ...
I figured 60 grams for the cages.

It would be surprising that the Garmin 810 complete setup would be 400 grams.

I tried to find the weight on internet but no luck except for the head unit.
- Head unit (97grams)
- Outfront mount
- Mini sd card
- Speed/Cadence sensor
- Cadence magnet
- Speed magnet
- Tie wrap

Anyone already weight all of the above ?

Argonite
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by Argonite

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btompkins0112
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by btompkins0112

Not sure how I missed this, but very nice! I am always a fan of matching bars, stem, and seatpost....so that is my one suggestion.

Argonite
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by Argonite

Yep I am thinking about zipp stem and seat post (beyond black). But I would gain 100 grams :-)

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