My 2nd SuperSIX Evo

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cerro
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6 years ago I had a 5,65kg SuperSIX Evo with 22 gears.

Now I got a 7,06kg SuperSIX Evo with 12 gears.
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Sram Force AXS 1x12
Cannondale Hollowgram SiSL2 with a 48t Garbaruk chainring and Mavic Ksyrium Ti pedals
Berk Lupina on the original alu seatpost
Extralite Hyperstem with Deda Superleggera handlebar and Fizik Tempo classic bartape
Mavic Open Pro rims laced with Dt Competition/Revolution to DT350 hubs
Pirelli Velo 28mm tires with Michelin latex tubes
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by theStig

This is a very clean build! Although I'm curious as to where all the weight is coming from? I would think witha 1x you'd be closer in weight to your old supersix

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I think it's actually quite light all things considered... and yes very clean and good looking! His old one had rim brakes, this is not the Hi-Mod frame and has the stock alloy seatpost, wheels are not the lightest and Force AXS parts are not light!

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theStig wrote:
Mon Jan 06, 2020 10:01 pm
This is a very clean build! Although I'm curious as to where all the weight is coming from? I would think witha 1x you'd be closer in weight to your old supersix
my old had Engage rimbrakes, Super Record group with Clavicula crank, AX-Lightness seatpost and Mavic Cosmic Carbone Ultimate wheels with Tune U20 QR and 22mm FMB tubulars.

Funny is that I got the same handlebar again ;)
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cerro wrote:6 years ago I had a 5,65kg SuperSIX Evo with 22 gears.

Now I got a 7,06kg SuperSIX Evo with 12 gears.
Was that introduction meant to be ironic? The way you phrased it, it almost sounds like a downgrade!

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Mep wrote:
Mon Jan 06, 2020 11:04 pm
cerro wrote:6 years ago I had a 5,65kg SuperSIX Evo with 22 gears.

Now I got a 7,06kg SuperSIX Evo with 12 gears.
Was that introduction meant to be ironical? The way you phrased it, it almost sounds like a downgrade!
You could've get 5,3kg supersix Evo with 11 gears :roll:
His: Specialiez S-Works Tarmac SL5 Disc.
Hers: Cannondale Synapse HM Disc

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Beautiful bike! Before building did you weigh the frame, fork, and seatpost?

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wolfesquire wrote:
Tue Jan 07, 2020 8:01 pm
Beautiful bike! Before building did you weigh the frame, fork, and seatpost?
1066g for frame with insert for mechanical gears, seatpostclamp, bottom bracket and bottle cage bolts.
420g for the fork cut
265g for the seatpost

mep: Yes, and had a Trek Madone, a Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL5 disc, a Colnago C40, a Specialized Allez and a Specialized Venge inbetween too.
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by romanmoser

damn that seatpost is *f##k* heavy
265 gr !
and they are asking 330 € for it


a tarmac sl6 seatpost is 220 € max
and lighter

if you need a zero setback seatpost, you better get a darimo
lighter and much more high end

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romanmoser wrote:
Tue Jan 07, 2020 8:49 pm
damn that seatpost is *f##k* heavy
265 gr !
and they are asking 330 € for it
No that's the alloy one... the carbon version is about 165gr and sells for much less than 330€ too. I think you're confused, 330 is the length, not the price.

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Like I commented on IG... that build is just hot. Love the classic wheelset and proportions

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by justRideIt

Nice bike, enjoy it!

How do you like 1x12 on a roadbike? Any issues with the jumps in between gears?

I love 1x12 XX1 Eagle on my MTB, but on the roadbike doing both flats and climbs, I could not imagine.
Even with 11-32 cassette and 2x, I sometimes wish for a gear in between jumps. Same speed can be cadence of 95 rpm in one gear and shifting brings me to 86 rpm... when all I want is 90 rpm ;)
2020 S-Works Tarmac SL6 Disc @ 6.35-ish kg: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=159454

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justRideIt: Haven't been weather to try it for real but coming from a 1x11 Red Etap I think this will be better :D Probably getting a 10-26 cassette later too for regular use in the flat Netherlands :)

I love 1x for road so
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by floppyb

What's the depth on those rims? 25mm?

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