Introduce my caad12 black inc - 5.89kg (12.98lbs) cannondale

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jinnie799
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Denavelo wrote:
cerro wrote:Really nice but with that spec I thought it would be lighter. The brakes and wheels are like a dream no matter :D


It's a stock CAAD alloy frame.... 12lb is pretty good for a Cannondale alloy frame.
I'm pretty sure the frame is above 1100g or so. I've seen smaller sized CAAD frames weigh around 1130-1150g, not including the fork

Ive checked my frame's weight before built. My frame size is 54 with 1170g not included fork.


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by Denavelo

Exactly! So building a 12lb CAAD 12 is pretty impressive, considering the frame weight.
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jinnie799 wrote:i could reduce more weight. I didn't cut off seatpost and it't still 420mm. Might need to reorder 320mm. I ordered seatpost with longer length than I thought.


Unfortunately mcfk say you can't cut the new posts but if it's still in the correct clamping area it should be fine. I have the same length and it weighs 138g so can't complain.

Very sharp looking bike, I love the white detailing on the forks and seat stays.

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Wow

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by gazzaputt

Love your steerer cap. Great bike.

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Very very nice! What are you using to plug the cable holes in the frame?
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bomber wrote:Very very nice! What are you using to plug the cable holes in the frame?


I ordered from below.

https://www.shapeways.com/product/EHGMA ... _content=3

https://www.shapeways.com/product/3BLZU ... _content=4

http://www.ebay.com/itm/302160220505

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gazzaputt wrote:Love your steerer cap. Great bike.


thanks!!

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Christono wrote:
jinnie799 wrote:i could reduce more weight. I didn't cut off seatpost and it't still 420mm. Might need to reorder 320mm. I ordered seatpost with longer length than I thought.


Unfortunately mcfk say you can't cut the new posts but if it's still in the correct clamping area it should be fine. I have the same length and it weighs 138g so can't complain.

Very sharp looking bike, I love the white detailing on the forks and seat stays.



thank you for the informs. might change to 320mm, later on.

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soulrockfm wrote:Wow

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:D :D :D

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Great looking CAAD, congrats.

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573 wrote:Great looking CAAD, congrats.

Thanks. I just read your post. Aren't you do the dent?


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God damn I say god damn!!

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Very nice!

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jinnie799 wrote:
573 wrote:Great looking CAAD, congrats.

Thanks. I just read your post. Aren't you do the dent?


Sorry, I'm not sure what you're asking?

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