2013 Cannondale CAAD10 & 2016 Ridley Noah Help me to build a budget weenie!

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Tom06
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by Tom06

Hello guys!

Firstly, sorry for my bad english, I'm french.
I open this topic to tell you the Evolution of my first real roadbike, a 2013 caad10. I expect useful intervention on your part but also advice on how to alleviate or make it more efficient while my machine by paying as little as possible .

I found it on leboncoin for lass than 400Euros on Sram force 10 speed, quickly change for 105 5800 11sp

Now looks like this:

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Approximately 7-7.4Kg without pedals. Quite heavy!

And I've also received this new ride for 2018 season, a Ridley Noah size S with Ultegra 6800 (Levers, rear and front mechs) brakes and crank are basics shimano parts.

Here with training wheels:
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Here with race wheels Which will change:
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Plan for it is to reach the 7kg without spending a lot of money, I think of the R8000 for the crank, and Chinese wheels in 50mm. The goal is to make me happy while remaining reasonable, I like gum walls and slammed stems. I'm waiting your ideas or proposals to help me in my project. It's going to be my bike for the races so I do not want too fragile parts!
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vejnemojnen
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by vejnemojnen

-.-' French classifieds are always so cheap, that I cry with tears whenever I browse them. :(

Congratz for the catch! Very nice stuff, I am sure that this bargain only comes as a chance once in a year.

Please, keep us updated with your choices! :thumbup:

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by Juanmoretime

Do you like your fit on the bike? If there are things you need to change such as bars, pedals, stem or saddle look for lighter options. Place wanted adds here. If you have a good fit start with your wheels, tires and tubes and work your way down to smaller rotating parts before looking at static parts.

Bay, and placing wanted ads here or even looking over at Slowtwitch are all good sources for used parts.

BTW, welcome to the forum!
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Tom06
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by Tom06

Today it look lire that:

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FSA Kforce carbon handlebars
210gr

SAN MARCO Zoncolan saddle
190gr


PRO Lt 17 degres stem 110mm
148gr


LOOK Keo Carbon
330gr

Steerer cut
-17gr

Soon mavic aksium for training, carbone saddle, slk seatpost.

The settings are beginning to suit me more. The bike will serve me to make my first competitions as espoirs 2nd year .
I have no idea of the current weight of the bike but it is lighten since its reception .
I'm pretty satisfied with EC velo . With lightweight aluminum for low-end parts, rigid and Times comfort. I Think up soon UN has again trays 52/39

romalor
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by romalor

CAAD10 is a great aluminium frame , definitely better than some CF frames

You don't need a -17 stem with the amount of spacers under the stem, you rather should remove spacers and use an -6 or -10 stem ... My 2cents

Tom06
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by Tom06

Im looking for a cutted spacer. Actually my position Is too right.
Any référence ?

vejnemojnen
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by vejnemojnen

I'd put a small spacer above the stem. Generally recommended for FCF forks.

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by michel2

that realy depends on where youre starnut is located, vejnemojnen.

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by wjs

Tom06 wrote:Im looking for a cutted spacer. Actually my position Is too right.
Any référence ?

Hi, if you are looking for a slam that stem head set cover just drop me an email. I still have a few.

Nice bike (and good price!)


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Tom06
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by Tom06

Expect the holidays of Christmas and I send you one.

today I exceeded the 1000 km in a month with the Cannondale. Very satisfied with this bike. First bike mounted sram, I'm in love.

Shit photo of the ´dale today

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Tom06
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by Tom06

Some pics of this morning ride:

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training like cyclocross.

Now I'm looking for a Garmin edge 200, not expensive and very stiff.

I try to take a clean pic

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coart
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by coart

The morning ride... It feels good with my old bike.

Tom06
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by Tom06

wjs wrote:
Tom06 wrote:Im looking for a cutted spacer. Actually my position Is too right.
Any référence ?

Hi, if you are looking for a slam that stem head set cover just drop me an email. I still have a few.

Nice bike (and good price!)


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I'm already searching this.
Can drop me your mail?

wjs
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by wjs

Tom06 wrote:
wjs wrote:
Tom06 wrote:Im looking for a cutted spacer. Actually my position Is too right.
Any référence ?

Hi, if you are looking for a slam that stem head set cover just drop me an email. I still have a few.

Nice bike (and good price!)


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I'm already searching this.
Can drop me your mail?
just sent you a pb


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Tom06
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by Tom06

Just sent you a mail.

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