Supersix HM 2018 - Sram E-tap

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Rdast
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by Rdast

Hello guys,
Here is my 2018 Supersix HM from South of France.

The initial set-up has been done with the Sram crankset and a pair of 404's Zipp.

Last week I added an Hollowgram SISL2 crankset with 4.5 tubular Enve.
Trust me, that crankset is an absolute piece of art...

The bike currently weighs 6.18 kilos, including my Sram garmin mount.
I wonder how could I go under 6 kilos, without spending too much money, but I'm really happy with my set-up.

More efficient and comfortable bike i've ever had so far.

Specs :

- Size 56 Cannondale HM frameset
- Enve 4.5 tubular wheels - CK45 hubs
- Vittoria Corsa Graphene 25" tubulars
- Sram Red brake calipers
- Swisstop black prince brake pads
- Sram red E-tap shifters
- Ritchey WCS II Streem carbon handlebar - size 42
- Ritchey WCS C220 stem - lenght 110
- Cannondale Save 27.2 scarbon seatpost
- Fizik Antares R1 carbon large saddle
- 52/36 Cannondale Hollowgram SISL2 crankset
- 11/26 Sram red cassette
- Sram red E-tap front derailleur
- Sram red E-tap rear derailleur
- Sram red chainset
- Tacx ciro bottle-cages


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Grobar
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by Grobar

Magnifique vélo!
A lot of weight can be saved with an other saddle, for example a Berk one. The Antares R1 is pretty heavy, around 160g if I remember well.

Rdast
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by Rdast

Grobar wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 11:44 am
Magnifique vélo!
A lot of weight can be saved with an other saddle, for example a Berk one. The Antares R1 is pretty heavy, around 160g if I remember well.
Thanks for your message, the Lupina Padded looks great and seems to be quite the same as my Fizik, in terms of width and comfort.
You're right, the Antares is exactly at 165 grams, i could easily save at least 70 grams with a lighter saddle.
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crux
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by crux

Hi, beautiful bike you have there :)
What is the height from the bb to the saddle top?

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573
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by 573

As you're not running Di2, take the Save seatpost out and saw the heavy alu Di2 battery mount off the bottom. That's a free saving.

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by 573

The Cannondale conical spacer under your stem is heavy too. Under that there's a flat top bearing cover with a seal, so you don't need the conical part. If you need your stem that high though, stick a lighter (carbon or other) spacer in. Should save another 15g for free.

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by 573

...oh and nice bike BTW was tempted to build one in this colour. :thumbup:

Rdast
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by Rdast

crux wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 12:41 pm
Hi, beautiful bike you have there :)
What is the height from the bb to the saddle top?
Thanks :D
The height is 77.8 mm.

Rdast
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by Rdast

573 wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 12:48 pm
As you're not running Di2, take the Save seatpost out and saw the heavy alu Di2 battery mount off the bottom. That's a free saving.
That's a good advice, I've already checked it out, I can't find anything in the seatpost. ;)

LeMomo
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by LeMomo

Lovely bike, I really like that colour scheme!

The standard Supacaz bar plugs are fairly heavy from memory too, should be able to drop a few grams there pretty easily.

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573
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by 573

Rdast wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 2:21 pm
573 wrote:
Wed Nov 21, 2018 12:48 pm
As you're not running Di2, take the Save seatpost out and saw the heavy alu Di2 battery mount off the bottom. That's a free saving.
That's a good advice, I've already checked it out, I can't find anything in the seatpost. ;)
Nothing in it, but the end 2" or so is an aluminium mount for a Di2 battery. You can just saw it off if you're using eTap.

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by xDOMx

Really nice Cannondale.

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