my Caad9 Cross bike

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Thijsje
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by Thijsje

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Thijsje
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by Thijsje

Hmm, you're all quite small aren't you? :wink:

Mine is a 60cm and I'm about 6'7"... (98,5 cm / 38,7" inseam)

520 Dan
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by 520 Dan

who the hell are you Ryan Trebon? :wink:

Thijsje
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by Thijsje

520 Dan wrote:who the hell are you Ryan Trebon? :wink:


That little guy? :wink: (I'm about 2 inches taller, but it isn't very convenient in cycling... :doh:)

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SvelteCycles
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by SvelteCycles

Congratulation on a beautiful bike! I have always been a big fan of Cannondales.

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2002SaecoReplica
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by 2002SaecoReplica

Where did you get that 9 ball headtube decal? I want one!
- Zipp rims will break if you look at them too hard
- R-Sys wheels will spontaneously explode
- The ZG crankset will never, ever exist
- Everyone needs Lightweights, even if they're fat and old
- Parts actually made of metal are SO 10 years ago

santabarbara
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by santabarbara

It is pimp

bissell
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by bissell

thats a seriuos piece of kit! how do you find the carbon cantilevers? are they more powerful?

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Giantlover
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by Giantlover

Wow! wish I had a cross bike like that!
:P :thumbup:
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xcfisher
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by xcfisher

Bissell,

thanks for the compliment. The spooky carbon brakes aren't as powerful, but they work fine. The overall modulation is fine, it's just the brut force isn't quite there... they don't lock up well when it's dry. I have been riding it on the road a little bit, and my Zero-G brakes on my road bike are definitely stronger.

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