Custom Painted Cannondale Evo - Update pg. 6

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paradawt
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by paradawt

Nice color job...

Amazing build man. These wheels marry very well with Evo frame.
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JAGGY
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by JAGGY

Best EVO i've seen. Only thing i would do is remove the FFWD wheel decals for the stealth or remove them completely. That way the wheels would match the stem and seatpost and the focus would be all about the frame colour.

Beautiful tho. Well done. :beerchug:

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incredibleting
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by incredibleting

Thanks Jaggy. Personally I love the loud-but-not-typical-like-Zipp decals. They're my race tubulars though, for everyday riding I'm using Boyd Roleurs, so they're a bit more subtle.

AustinK
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by AustinK

About how much did the paint job cost? My parents live in Orange County and wouldn't mind getting my bike jazzed up and help support a small shop.

Stunning bike by the way. Everything works together, especially the gold chain!

Hastur
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by Hastur

That is one good-looking cannondale!!!! :-D

incredibleting
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by incredibleting

AustinK wrote:About how much did the paint job cost? My parents live in Orange County and wouldn't mind getting my bike jazzed up and help support a small shop.

Stunning bike by the way. Everything works together, especially the gold chain!



Thanks. It cost me $500 with a turnaround of about a month. They also did two of my teammates bikes which I thought turned out well, especially the neon orange :D

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by nathanong87

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man this machine is really dope, but dat gold chain kills my broner.

also those rings are really nice. I got myself a set, and love them over the standard 'force' ct2!

nuts that u ride a 50cm frameset! still love it

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djconnel
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by djconnel

It looks good. What did the frame weigh before and after painting?


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incredibleting
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by incredibleting

I didn't get a chance to weigh the frame at all. Hopefully I remember to weigh the complete bike next time I'm at a shop.

Also, SRAM Red Exogram 10s on the way...

NRV
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by NRV

Both paintjobs on the Evo and that orange Trek are so so good.

incredibleting
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by incredibleting

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Hey, it's been a while! Since I last posted, I've upgraded my crankset to Sram Red Exograms, and swapped out my Thomson X2 for a Pro Vibe 7s. Weight complete is at 15lbs flat, or ~6.8kg. Thanks for looking!
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JasperGr
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by JasperGr

Damn, i don't like it but i love it!

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by CaptainP

One of the best Cannondales ever.

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by nobuseri

Very clean ride. Nice weight, too.

Props for rocking the gold chain.
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dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

That is sick! Nice work

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