2014 Cannondale CAAD 10 (Updated 03/01/16)

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rheosibal
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by rheosibal

LOL.

Parts are slowly coming in, I will post them with individual weights. Also, I was able to weigh the CAAD today = 7.9kg with the Shimano RS-11s & Continental Gator Hardshells (23mm). Still unsure of the weight with 404s.

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Rebuilding the CAAD at the moment. Here's a sneak peek

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by paradawt

:popcorn:
Cannondale Supersix '10

drainyoo
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by drainyoo

Nice! What's in that Ritchey box, huh?? Now I have to make some tweaks to my CAAD10 to keep up.

mannymerc
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by mannymerc

Cool, Im kind of surprise to hear people comparing the caad10 to the evo hm, I haven spend too much time on a caad10 to say is comparable.

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Inside the Ritchey box are the Monocurve bars. You can see it mounted on the frameset. They're measured 42cm x 120mm. I've actually had them for about a month now and they're fantastic. They really help dampen the front end in comparison to the zipp combo I previously had.

drainyoo
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by drainyoo

Nice. What's the weight?

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Last time I weighed it, it came in at a heavy 7.9kg. It was weighed with the Zipp and Sram Rival parts. It also had my Shimano RS-11's w/ Gatorskin Hardshells. I'll make sure to weigh it again with the Zipps and my newer parts, hopefully today.

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by drainyoo

Sorry, I meant the Ritchey bars.

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Unfortunately I don't have a scale, so it's difficult to weigh the bars, let alone any individual part. The shop that I purchased them from listed the bars at 350g, but I'm not sure if it's the actual weight. Ritchey lists them at 353g, so it should be around there :noidea:

Here's another peek at the build. You should be able to tell what I'm putting on based on the pictures.

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Getter
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by Getter

I can also tell by the mess of wires you have in the background. :mrgreen:


rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Here she is rebuilt with Shimano Ultegra 6870.

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Build List:

Frameset: 2014 Cannondale CAAD 10 (52cm)

Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL2 w/ Quarq (172.5, 130bcd)

Pedals: Look Keo Blade Ti (16nm)

Chainring: Sram Powerglide (53/39)

Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 6800 (11-28)

Chain: Shimano Ultegra 6800

Shifters: Shimano Ultegra 6870

Derailleurs: Shimano Ultegra 6870

Handlebars/Stem: Ritchey Monocurve (42cm, 120mm)

Saddle: Fizik Antares 00

Seatpost: Cannondale C1

Brakes: Shimano Ultegra 6800

Wheelset: 2014 Zipp 404 Firecrest (Tubular)

Tires: Vittoria Corsa Evo CX (23mm)

Bidon Cages: King Cages (Ti)

Accessories: SlamThatStem Headset Bearing Cover, Garmin Edge 510, Barfly

Weight: 7166g

Other Measurements:
Reach: 55.25cm
Saddle Height: 72.55cm
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drainyoo
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by drainyoo

Beautiful.

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Not quite 100% finished. I'm not in a rush, but I plan to replace:
- Seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon Link
- Brake cables: Jagwire Road Elite Link
- Chainrings: Praxis Classic

I'm also considering a project to hide Junction A inside the downtube. The internal battery is chargeable by plugging a cable into Junction A. I'm hoping to hide Junction A in the down tube, and have the charging port accessible at the CAAD's removable cable stops (pictured above) on the non-drive side.

It should be a much cleaner look, I would just need longer E-tube wires for both shifters. I will post pictures if I decide to move forward with it

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