Cannondale Evo with LW, THM, Fibrelyte, Di2 ++

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by LAN


Just realized that I never posted this build. I am actually thinking of changing it for the new Synapse Disc, but not 100% sure yet.

Anyway, here is the main specs:

Supersix Evo frame/fork, size 54cm
Lightweight Gen. 3 12/20 spoke with Ultremo tires
Shimano Di2 9070, with sprint shifters
THM Clavicula with Fibrelyte rings
Engage Gavial brakes
Ax-Lightness Sprint saddle
Zipp SL handlebar with 2cm cut of the drops.
Look Keo Blade Ti

This in not a Di2 ready frame, but there is holes under the bb shell so I can use internal battery without drilling the frame.



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by Nutellaurent

sick build, i suggest you keep it and forget about the synapse disc ;)

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by audiophilitis

Nice build!

How's the shifting with those Fibre-Lyte chainrings?

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by Bianchi10

Hope I'm not missing it, but what the weight? Saweet build! How dare you talk about trading this bike for a synapse! ;-)

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by quattrings

Nutellaurent wrote:sick build, i suggest you keep it and forget about the synapse disc ;)

I never heard such preposterous nonsensical jibber jabber.

He should totally get the synapse, I'll take that evo off your hands. :idea:

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by loudtiger

synapse? this is already flawless! don't touch a thing.

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by Valbrona

You want to ride discs in preference to that beauty!? Huh ...

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by 855

a lightweight build up on the edge and then Di2?

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by mike

looks nice, but as a person as meticulous about my bike as well as it looks, up close you can see the tape and cable for the di2 cables from shifter to derailleur on the downtube. if you can internalize those, it would be much nicer.

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by vlastrada

very many teeth on those cool carbon chainrings?

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by LAN

The weight is 5,23 kg as pictured, 5,15kg without bottle cages and with CS-9000 cassette instead of CS-6800.

The chainrings are 48/39

I am really happy with the bike, but I now live in one of the places where disc brakes makes sense. It rains 200 days a year, and lot of steep hills. The brake tracks on the LW´s would probably disappear in a couple of years.

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by thencameyou

external di2 cabling = janky.

remainder of the build = hot!

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