Cannondale SuperSix Evo Custom Ral3024 new pics pg.3

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nooski
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by nooski

I would like to introduce you my new bike. I've used parts from my old bicycle and bought a new Cannondale SuperSix Evo.

Here is the list of parts:
Brand:Cannondale Type: SuperSix Evo 5 2015

Final weight: 6.92kg inc. pedals. bottle cages and computer

Frame and Fork: Cannondale SuperSix Evo 5 2015 black
Seatpost: China carbon
Seat: Selle Italia SLR XP
Stem: 3T ARX Pro 110mm
Bar: 3T Ergosum Pro 42cm
Bartape: Cork
Bottle Cages: China carbon
Brakes: Planet X Ultralight CNC with Swissstop Black prince pads
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Veloce 10sp
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus 11sp
Crankset: Campagnolo Chorus 10sp, 175mm, 53x39
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo UT 68x46 pressfit cups
Chain: Campagnolo Veloce
Shifters: Campagnolo Record 10sp
Cassette: Miche 11-23
Wheels:Campagnolo Bora One
Tires: Tufo S3 Lite front and S33 Pro rear
Pedals: Speedplay Zero Stainless
Computer: Cateye Strada Slim

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And here is a picture from today's first ride. It really rides well. Not really comfortable with Tufo tyres but stiff and responsive. I like it! :thumbup:

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by Bianchi10

Great looking bike. One of the few bikes where I think the wheel decals would look better taken off though. Fairly busy canvas.

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by flogger7

:thumbup:

superdx
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by superdx

Love the bike, I was really into the color scheme of this model and was seriously considering it myself! How are you finding the outside routing of the rear brake? Also very impressive that you got it sub 7kg, the frameset is definitely not light to begin with!

nooski
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by nooski

Well the frame weights about 1050g and uncut fork is about 400g. Another frame in size 56 was even lighter with 970g. I don't think it's bad at all.
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by burglarboycie

Very nice looking bike indeed!! I've always had a huge soft spot for Cannondales. May I ask how you are getting on with the Planet X brakes? I'm thinking of putting the exact same caliper and pad combo on the build I am currently doing?
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nooski
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by nooski

The brakes are OK. Not the most powerful I had but OK. It really depends on the wheels and pads. With cork pads and Token rims the brakes were really really strong and powerful. With Bora rims and SwissStop pads there is plenty of modulation but i find the lack of maximum power. It is not a problem with my 75kg but for bigger guys it can be a trouble.
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:beerchug:

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by burglarboycie

nooski wrote:The brakes are OK. Not the most powerful I had but OK. It really depends on the wheels and pads. With cork pads and Token rims the brakes were really really strong and powerful. With Bora rims and SwissStop pads there is plenty of modulation but i find the lack of maximum power. It is not a problem with my 75kg but for bigger guys it can be a trouble.


Thanks
I'm a similar weight to you so I should be ok with them.

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Roel W
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by Roel W

10 speed shifters and an 11 speed derailleur.
How do you manage that? Distannce between the sprockets is different for 10 and 11 speed.
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by rheosibal

^ Pretty sure 11sp derailleurs are compatible with 10 speed shifters for all shimano/sram/campy. It's the shifter that controls indexing, not derailleur.
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by rheosibal

Nice bike by the way. +1 on the colors
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nooski
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by nooski

11sp mech works well with 10sp shifters. Really without any trouble. Yesterday I put it bellow 6.8kg mark with new titanium skewers, Veloce cassette and lighter Cannondale KP017L expander and top cap. I got some problem with Campagnolo PF30 cups so there are also some thoughts about SISL2 crankset with spidering but that's not sure yet :D
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Roel W
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by Roel W

So you're running a 10 speed cassette?
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nooski
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by nooski

Of course. Campagnolo 2009-2014 11sp rear derailleurs works with 10sp shifters.
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