2010 SuperSix Dura Ace 840 gram frame

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CAAD9GUY
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by CAAD9GUY

Here is my new 2010 supersix. Sorry about the fork, I'm still waiting for the 2010 fork to arrive. The frame came in at 840 grams. 50cm
I've tried Dura Ace 7900 and Red and ended up going back to 7800 every time. Its the best.
Just finished building it up, no weight on the whole bike yet.
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Cheers!
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by Cheers!

beautiful bike.

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gandini
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by gandini

That's a pretty bike! Nice black and white graphic look--spoiled a little by the blue sidewalls.

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illnacord
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by illnacord

Nice bike! You actually rode both SRAM Red and Dura Ace 7900 groups? And you actually stuck with 7800? How'd you get over the cables coming out of the hoods? :noidea:
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illnacord wrote:Nice bike! You actually rode both SRAM Red and Dura Ace 7900 groups? And you actually stuck with 7800? How'd you get over the cables coming out of the hoods? :noidea:



been wondering that for years ...its been keeping me awake at night :wink:

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by aerozy

Absolutely love this frame! Excelent build too. Ive gone through all shimano's line up and must agree that DA7800 is the most functional.

Esthetically wise I must agree... you gotta get some black tires!
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cs124
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by cs124

I'd have that. :beerchug:

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by Fretje13

Really beautiful bike !! Cannondale rules !!

CAAD9GUY
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by CAAD9GUY

I believe that Red and 7900 look a lot better on a bike, but its just not worth the downgrade in function and durability from the ugly 7800.
The tires came off an old bike and i was hoping they would transfer over. Guess not :(

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MisterEd
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by MisterEd

great looking bike!

What handle bars and stem do you have on it?

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Fantastic, small bikes does look the best, wish i could ride one.

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fa63
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by fa63

You guys with your Super Sixes are going to cause me to make a purchase that I don't need to make :)

Looks great.

CAAD9GUY
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by CAAD9GUY

MisterEd wrote:great looking bike!

What handle bars and stem do you have on it?


Easton EA90 stem and Deda ZERO handlebars. Love my deda zeros and super naturals

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by johnnyedge

gandini wrote:spoiled a little by the blue sidewalls.


false :thumbup: on the tires

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micky
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That bike just say "ride me hard" :twisted:

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