2016 Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD 5.63kg/12.42lbs

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PSM
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kgt wrote:
DCnoJ wrote:"Replica" was referring to the official name for the frame's color as it is a replica of Cannondale/Garmin's team bike. But I suppose one could still believe that the replication and/or frame quality is low.

Sorry, my mistake.


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by monsieurmonsieur

cool bike ! :beerchug:

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by valley214

DCnoJ wrote:UPDATE (11/09)

Here is a quick camera phone pic and weight with my race wheels (Zipp 202 Tubulars). I'll add high-end pics with the Enves.

5.63kg/12.42lbs with pedals
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2016 Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Team/Custom Build

Sub-13 pounds, powermeter, electronic shifting, tubeless, and relatively durable. My dream DAILY, training, and RACE bike.

The first-gen SS Evo has been the best bike I've ridden to date, so I was set on getting the updated iteration as soon as details were released. So I went with the '16 Evo Team and swapped out the majority of the parts. First 2016 Evo on the forum?

For the build: Enve contact points and their new SES 2.2s as it is tubeless compatible. Light brakes without compromising performance, eebrakes. The best (accurate, precise, reliable), brand neutral, and BB universal powermeter as they tend to be transferred through the seasons, Rotor 3D+ SRM (most likely will switch to an SiSL2 SRM).

Frame: SuperSix EVO, BallisTec Hi-Mod Carbon, Team Replica, 48cm - 744 grams
Fork: SuperSix EVO, BallisTec Hi-MOD full Carbon - 242
Headset: SuperSix EVO, 5mm top cap, no spacers - 70
Frame Hardware: Seatpost Collar, Derailleur Hanger, Bottle Cage Bolts - 34
Bar: Enve Road, Compact, 40cm - 211
Stem: Enve Road, 130mm, Black - 136
Seatpost: Enve 2Bolt, 25.4mm, 25mm offset - 178 (cut)
Seat: Selle Italia SLR Tekno Flow - 99
Bartape: Selle Italia Smootape Corsa, Black - 44 (trimmed w/o bar ends)
Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 - 231
F. Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 - 107
R. Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 - 214
Battery and Wiring: Shimano Di2 Internal Battery and Internal Wiring Harness - 90 (bicycle.com)
Brakes: eecycleworks eebrake pair - 168 (incl. hardware)
Brake Cable/Housing: AICAN Bungarus Brake Housing/Cable Kit - 40 (fitted)
Chain: Shimano Dura Ace 9000 - 227 (trimmed)
Cassette: Shimano Dura Ace 9000, 11-28 - 194
Crankset: ROTOR 3D+ SRM, 110BCD, 165mm w/ Praxis Compact, 50/34, Black 2Tone - 709
BB: Enduro TorqTite PF30 XD-15 - 108
Wheelset: Enve SES 2.2 Clincher, DT 180 - 1417
Valves: Enve - 18 (pair)
Skewers: KCNC Titanium - 41
Tires: Schwalbe PRO ONE Tubeless - 507 (pair)
Bottle Cages: Arundel, Uni-Weave, Matte (2) - 50
Pedals: Speedplay Zero Ti -167
Projected Total - 6.04kg/13.32lbs

5.63kg/12.42lbs with Zipp 202 Tubular Wheelset, Schwalbe ONE Tubular Tires, and Campagnolo Super Record 11-23 Cassette


What did you use to keep the internal battery in place?

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by LEC135

One year on and still my favourite bike on WeightWeenies - I might be biased as it's my size!

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by LEC135

double post :(

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by nbon

Hi, looks great. Well done!
I'm laning myself a DI2-upgrade on the same frame. Could you provide me a piece of advise? Is the di2-cable which enters the steerer tube fixed? Or how is it solved that it doesn't touch the fork on his way to the down tube?
Thx, Nic

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by GarethNightingale

Looks incredible. Wish I wasnt 6ft 4 so I could get away with a smaller frame. They look so much better, especially with cannondales for some reason.

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by jinnie799

nemeseri wrote:
Mimiandmumu wrote:Hi, can the frameset be fitted with a THM clavicula SE?

cerro wrote:Mimmiandmumu: Of course, with a THM PF30 bottombracket


Are you sure about this? The new supersix himod has the new BB30a bottom bracket instead of BB30. I've only found a few compatible third-party BB for this standard.


I'm looking for set my clavicula SE on supersix evo(BB30A). which BB do I have to purchase?? as you know, BB30A is 73mm.
did you use PF30 MTB BB?? or just using PF30 ROAD BB from THM??
if you using PF30 ROAD BB from THM, didn't you using any spacer??
I need your help on this.

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by DCnoJ

jinnie799 wrote:I'm looking for set my clavicula SE on supersix evo(BB30A). which BB do I have to purchase?? as you know, BB30A is 73mm.
did you use PF30 MTB BB?? or just using PF30 ROAD BB from THM??
if you using PF30 ROAD BB from THM, didn't you using any spacer??
I need your help on this.


Most PF30 BBs will work. You'll just have to use the right spacers to accommodate the asymmetrical BB width, 5mm less on the NDS.

I used this, and have switched between Cannondale SISL2 and Rotor 3D+ cranks using different BB spacers.

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by DCnoJ

nbon wrote:Hi, looks great. Well done!
I'm laning myself a DI2-upgrade on the same frame. Could you provide me a piece of advise? Is the di2-cable which enters the steerer tube fixed? Or how is it solved that it doesn't touch the fork on his way to the down tube?
Thx, Nic


Sorry for the late response. Been off the forum for some time. Di2 goes around the steering tube. It may touch since it's not as taut as the brake cable, but it's a non-issue.

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by quanmer

How is eeBrake work on your bike? I have DA9100 currently on my bike, do you recommend eeBrake?

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