2016 Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD eTAP

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cooper
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by cooper

My first road bike was a 1992 Cannondale 2.8 series. Then I went through an extended period of mostly mountain biking, before returning to the road in 2010. In 2013, I picked up an EVO RED which continue to serve me well, but is now largely ridden on the Kickr. Then late last year I got a 2016 Hi-MOD Ultegra and have progressively changed most of the components.

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Frame: SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD, 52cm - 763g
Fork: SuperSix EVO, Hi-MOD - 250g
Headset: Bearings, Dustcap, Expansion Plug, and Spacers: 76g
Frame Hardware: Seatpost Collar, Derailleur Hanger, Bottle Cage Bolts - 34

Seatpost: Cannondale SAVE Carbon, 25.4mm (trimmed 50mm) - 162g
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Flow - 186g
Stem: Zipp SL Carbon 100mm - 123g
Handlebar: Syncros RR1.0 Carbon 38 cm - 182g
Bartape: 65g
Handlebar Plugs: Douglas - 6g
Cages: ENVE - 40g
Brake Cable: 70g
Brakes: eebrakes / swisstop Mavic carbon pads - 200g
Front Derailleur: SRAM eTAP with Battery - 160g
Rear Derailleur: SRAM eTAP with Battery - 238g
Shifters: SRAM eTAP - 265g
Chain: SRAM PC-RED 22 - 230g
Bottom Bracket: Wheels Manufacturing PF30 Threaded - 104g
Crankset: 579g total
- Si Crank Arms: 335g
- SiSL2 SpiderRing 50T/34T: 157g
- SiSL2 109mm Spindle, Caps, and spacers - 87g
Wheels: 2016 Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL - 2291g total
- Bare Wheels with most decals removed (F/R): 657g / 823g
- Stans NoTubes Rim Strips: 12g
- Zipp Ti Skewers: 56g
- Continental Grand Prix 4000 S II 700x23mm: 415g
- Continental Race Lite Tubes 60mm valve: 132g
- Cassette: SRAM XG-1190 11-28T: 166g
Pedals: Look Keo Blade 2 Titanium - 187g
Garmin Mount: BarFly - 28g

6.24 kg / 13.73 lbs


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burglarboycie
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by burglarboycie

Awesome in every way! Congrats. Would love a set of ee brakes for my Supersix too. Missed out on the last 2 sets that came up for sale on here by a matter of seconds!!!

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jeffy
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by jeffy

Lovely.

If you don't mind, if you could provide the following as my size of Super6 is also 52 with a 100mm stem - so great to see how good it looks!

What is the measurement from centre of BB to the clamped rails?

How much seatpost do you have before it flairs out.

Basically I am trying to check what the minimum seatpost height is - as due to the flaring out it is impossible to have the saddle too low.

From the looks of it I am fine.

Is that the 5mm top cap with another 10-15mm of spacers?

Sounds like you don't have any issue with the limit screw and the crankarm.

Thanks.
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mrlobber
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by mrlobber

Superb!

Some 150-200g might be saved at places without going really exotic, then slap a 900g climbing wheelset on, and a 5.5kg bike is there!

Wull
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by Wull

burglarboycie wrote:Awesome in every way! Congrats. Would love a set of ee brakes for my Supersix too. Missed out on the last 2 sets that came up for sale on here by a matter of seconds!!!


For sale on here? Is there a for sale section that's eluding me?

Bike looks awesome dude, those brakes are on my list of things to get as well as the eTap.

sanandreas
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by sanandreas

Awesome bike !

petal666
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by petal666

Don't go for the Cannondale green much, but this bike pops.

zzmkdw
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by zzmkdw

One of the best Cannondales I've seen. How are you getting on with the Etap front derailleur and the Sil crank? I heard there were clearance issues.

dudemanppl
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by dudemanppl

Huh weird how this is almost half a kilo heavier than my Evo. I guess the little things add up.

cooper
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by cooper

jeffy wrote:Sounds like you don't have any issue with the limit screw and the crankarm.

zzmkdw wrote:How are you getting on with the Etap front derailleur and the Sil crank? I heard there were clearance issues.


The normal hollowgram installation has the thin shim spacers installed on the non-drive side. I have one installed on the drive side to get some additional clearance (without it I did still have positive clearance). Otherwise, no issue and continue to use the stock limit screws. Actually I have more clearance now on my eTAP set-up than I have on my other EVO (non hi-mod) with a 9000 crank arm and mechanical Dura Ace FD.

mrlobber wrote:Some 150-200g might be saved at places without going really exotic, then slap a 900g climbing wheelset on, and a 5.5kg bike is there!

The next two areas I'm considering are a carbon rail saddle and SiSL2 crank arms. As you point out, nothing too crazy to shave off another 150+ grams.

jeffy wrote:What is the measurement from centre of BB to the clamped rails?

How much seatpost do you have before it flairs out.

26.5" from center of BB to clamped rails with the seatpost able to go down at least another 1.5"

jeffy wrote:Is that the 5mm top cap with another 10-15mm of spacers?

top cap plus 7.5 mm of spacers

dudemanppl
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by dudemanppl

I wouldn't bother with SiSL2 arms, they have a tendency to crack. My friend might have a 170mm BB30 Red 110 BCD crankset for sale? He had Extralite RC2 rings on it and it was a 453g combo.

rekhyt
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by rekhyt

Nice bike and nice pics, too. :thumbup:

terrible1
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by terrible1

Sweet Evo! Very beautiful. Odd seatpost though. What's the selling points behind the design?

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Sacke
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by Sacke

terrible1 wrote:Sweet Evo! Very beautiful. Odd seatpost though. What's the selling points behind the design?


Comfort, and I can guarantee that it works wonders. I had the same frame, and would have loved to take the seat post to my next bike, but next bike was not a 25,4mm seat tube.

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