Cannondale CAAD10-1 - Destroyed my frame or crankset? Help

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CWDK
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by CWDK

There are other more "messy" things like the RD for instance. The budget is already is exceeded, so used the thomson because i already had it lying around. I will might go for 3t cockpit+seatpost when a fresh load of dollars are falling from the sky.

Looking forward to see your caad finished, Anders.

Cheers

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CWDK wrote:There are other more "messy" things like the RD for instance. The budget is already is exceeded, so used the thomson because i already had it lying around. I will might go for 3t cockpit+seatpost when a fresh load of dollars are falling from the sky.

Looking forward to see your caad finished, Anders.

Cheers


With that much post exposed the Thomson setback doesn't bother me at all. I actually prefer it to Dorico.

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Finally the cranks arrived - thank you, Eli (and USPS for not throwing it away) :)

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This is getting closer and closer!

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Finally - it's done (for now, at least ;) )

The weight target was reached - I'm very happy with 6.8kg (15 lbs) as this weight is with my 1500g training clinchers, a rather heavy Force casette and aluminium cockpit and seatpost. And also taken into consideration that it's a big boy aluminium frame.

If my inner weight weenie is screaming at me sometime, there are plenty of places to save alot of grams.

Future plans:
A Red Black RD

Also planning to get equal seatpost and cockpit (maybe 3T all over or Thomson - don't know and don't care for now. I'm just gonna ride this bike as it is now - the whole idea was to build a bike for small money and parts i had laying around).

Hope you like it - will do some better pictures soon.

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Specifications:

Groupset: SRAM Red (Force front derailleur)
Stem: Ritchey WCS 4-Axis, 110mm - Blacked out
Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Curve, 42cm - Blacked Out
Bartape: Lizard Skins DSP Race 1.8mm, Black
Fork expander + Topcap: Carbon-Ti
Headset: Stock Tange Seiki w. STS bearing cover
Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece 27.2, 330mm (Will cut it down)
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Fibra Team, All black
Bottlecages + Bottles: Arundel Mandible Matte Oil Slick + Camelbak Podium
Chain: KMC X10SL
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram Si Sl, 175mm 53/39
Pedals: Look Kéo Blade Carbon Ti, 16NM
Cables: Alligator I-links
Brakes: Planet X Ultralight CNC, black
Wheelset (Race): Enve 45 Clincher w. custom black decals / Enve skewers
Wheelset (Training): BHS Superlight Wide / DT Revolution / Velocity A23 / KCNC Titanium skewers

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First pic looks like my Canyon! HAHA!
I'm very glad the CAAD is done. Now we have a whole lot of KM to pic up on. Congrats Mads! Very sleek!
edit: And the weight! Yes! 6.8 baby. You are gonna love it. I'm very happy for you.

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by tawide

Dope ride Mads!

Can't wait to ride with this badboy very soon ;)

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by Juggler

6.8... spot on!

Looks awesome... especially the matte black Enve's.

And the scale in Soigneur NEVER lies...
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CWDK
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He tried two scales - one said 6.76 and the other said 6.8. Actually one of the scales said 6.65 first lol. Let me weigh it with yours one day. But well if the weight at Soigneur weighs too much, like with the Canyon, it's fine ;P

The guys down at Soigneur was pretty impressed with that weight. Yeah, baby!

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Wait untill they see the the Jugglers Canyon and my Storck ;)

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It IS pretty amazing...

Compared to my Aeroad with Enve's and "standard" tire/tubes combo weighing in at 6.815. It is mounted with all kinds of WW parts... AND the wheels are lighter than your training wheels. Did you blow some helium in the frame prior to weighing?
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Elrey wrote:Wait untill they see the the Jugglers Canyon and my Storck ;)


Yeah... we ought to drop by some day... :D
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by AttacknowAttackoften

Beautiful! Job well done, mate! Crank looks killer, everything looks stealthy, beautiful!!
I only train on days that end with "y".

Eli

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by MagnusH

I just happened to catch a glimpse of this at 'Soigneur' today.
Looked good I must say. :thumbup:

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by CWDK

Thanks guys :)

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by CWDK

Damn...

Was out on a bike ride today. Suddenly my crank made loud *click* sounds (bad bad) and afterwards jammed.

When i checked i saw this:

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I'm so nervous about either my frame or my crankset is broking.

Does any of you BB30/Hollowgram guys know if it's the bearing who have taken the beat or if i'm screwed ?

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