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

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rheosibal
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by rheosibal

New photos/cassette/cables: Sitting at 7.214kg. Also tidied up the front end a bit using heat shrink tubing and epoxy.

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JasperGr
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by JasperGr

I keep liking this build! How do you like the tires?

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

The tires are great, haven't seen much mileage (~300mi) since they're not used outside of racing

Citizenfox
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by Citizenfox

Such an awesome bike and thread. I'm downgrading too. I'm taking a flat black CAAD10 frame I pikced up to the shop Tuesday. If it checks out they will order an ENVE 2.0 for it then all the parts from my Madone come over - Ultegra, mavic krysium Blacks, Fizik..... I can't tell you how many times I've checked out these pics!

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Thanks for the kind words. Awesome build, can't wait to see it although I'd recommend sticking with the stock fork over a 2.0


Citizenfox
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by Citizenfox

I see what you're saying and I wouldn't have just replaced it, but I don't have the stock fork. Cannondale recommends the 2.0 as replacement....and it's cool.

atwong1
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by atwong1

How did you fit the e-Wire through the hole in the bracket under the drive side chainstay?

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Slides right through the given e-wire cable stop. I pm'd you a detailed picture

titchegg
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by titchegg

I love your bike... Each time you upload more pics it just gets better!!

Beancouter
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by Beancouter

Rheosibal - do you mind posting the pic of the chain stay routing - I have the Di2 fixings but the hole isn't big enough for the e cable- was just going to use a normal grommet but worth checking. Also, in the BB have you don't anything to hold the chain stay e cable away from the crank spindle? Any other tips great fully received - first time Di build!


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rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Beancounter, I can email you a picture. The hole in the provided e-wire grommet for the chain stay is too small. You'll need to drill a hole with a slightly larger diameter and it'll fit right through.

In terms of the BB, the e-wire cables bend between the downtube, seat tube, and chain stay without any cable rub from the spindle. Just make sure they are tucked away neatly in each of the tubes without much play.

Good luck with the build!

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

New training wheels. H-Plus Son TB14, Ultegra 6800, DT Competition (32H, 3 Cross).

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mrtrinh
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by mrtrinh

Your bike makes me miss my caad10

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gilco
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by gilco

fantastic painjob

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