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laleme
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by laleme

fa63 wrote:Any pics with the CCUs on?


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Scal
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by Scal

Hello,
here is my new White CAAD10, Still waiting for TRP 970EQ magnesium brakes.
And my R2.8 singlespeed will follow soon
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Scal
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by Scal

and now my R2.8 singlespeed
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Spinnekop
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Location: South Africa

by Spinnekop

New EVO in the house.

Loving the bike!!!
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"In my experience, there is only one motivation, and that is DESIRE.
No reason or principle contain it or stand against it........"

Zitter
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by Zitter

that is gorgeous, only downside (to me) are the FSA chainrings and bartape

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2ndgen
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by 2ndgen

2ndgen wrote:2009 Cannondale CAAD9-7 56cm
16.57 lbs/7.5 kg

UPDATE 01/21/12:
16.47 lbs/7.4 kg

Target Weight: <16 lbs or <7 kg

Notable touches...
-Custom matched fork graphics to match frame outline
-All-Carbon contact points (pedals, bar, stem, steerer, seat post)
-The only OEM part on this bike is literally the frame

Upgrades:
-Ultegra SL 53/39 Crank
-Dura Ace 7800 Bottom Bracket
-Praxis Clover Standard Chainrings
-Far & Near Chainring Bolts
-Dura Ace 7800 Front Derailleur
-Dura Ace 7800 Rear Derailleur
-Dura Ace 7800 Shifters
-Dura Ace 7801 Chain
-Dura Ace 7800 Cassette 12-23
-Dura Ace 7900 Pedals
-Ultralight CNC Brakes
-SwissStop GHP2 (Green) Brake Pads

Cockpit:
-Bontrager XXX Race Lite OS Stem
-FSA K-Wing Compact 44cm
-Cannondale Locking Bar Plugs
-Fizik MicroTex Tape & Gel
-Fizik Aliante w/Carbon Rails
-Fizik Cyrano Seatpost (cut 170mm/carbon)
-Woodman Deathgrip SL Ti Seat Post Clamp
-Edge Composites 1.0 Fork (cut)
-Cane Creek IS41 Short Top Assembly

Wheels:
-Continental Grand Prix 4000S Tires
-Continental Race Lite Tubes
-2011 Mavic Ksyrium Elite

Accessories:
-Radbot 1000 Tail Light
-ViewPoint Flare 5 Headlight
-Camelbak Podium Ice Bottles
-Arundel Mandible Bottle Cages
-Kurt Kinetic Wireless Computer
-Topeak Carbon Micro Rocket Pump
-Lezyne Micro Caddy Seat Bag

Upcoming Upgrades:
-KMC X10SL Black Chain
-Continental Supersonic Tires
-Continental Supersonic Tubes

Considering...
-3T Ergonova TTT Bar/ARX Stem
-Edge Stem

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Update:
-16.44lbs/7.4kg
-Most noticeable improvement...Stem height taken down to
11.5mm from 25mm and top cap installed flush from 2.5mm.

Have the Supersonic tire/tube combo on it's way (expecting a 170g savings).
Before she's done, I'm also going to install the KMC X10SL Black Chain and
a Fi'zi:k Antares 00 Saddle and carbon shifter plates for another 110g savings.

Current picture...
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Michel
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by Michel

Spinnekop wrote:New EVO in the house.

Loving the bike!!!
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very nice ride!!! :thumbup:
Still waiting for my team frame

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Spinnekop
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by Spinnekop

Michel wrote:very nice ride!!! :thumbup:
Still waiting for my team frame


Thank you.
Had a look at the Team frame. Very special!!
"In my experience, there is only one motivation, and that is DESIRE.
No reason or principle contain it or stand against it........"

Unbrokenchain
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by Unbrokenchain

Spinnekop wrote:
Michel wrote:very nice ride!!! :thumbup:
Still waiting for my team frame


Thank you.
Had a look at the Team frame. Very special!!


Are those 404 clinchers? Do you ride them as an "everyday" wheelset? If so are they holding up well? Super nice ride!

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Miller76
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Spinnekop wrote:New EVO in the house.

Loving the bike!!!
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Baie lekker bru!!!

bencolem
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by bencolem

How can you get so much of that so right and then get those chain rings so wrong!

termitelight
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by termitelight

looks good to me ! :roll:

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Spinnekop
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by Spinnekop

bencolem wrote:How can you get so much of that so right and then get those chain rings so wrong!


:lol:
OK....so I am in the market for chain rings....what do you suggest for 11sp?

:noidea:


Unbrokenchain wrote:Are those 404 clinchers? Do you ride them as an "everyday" wheelset? If so are they holding up well? Super nice ride!


Clinchers yes......not everyday though. Only for racing. For everyday I use a normal heavy Campy wheelset.
"In my experience, there is only one motivation, and that is DESIRE.
No reason or principle contain it or stand against it........"

Michel
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by Michel

Spinnekop wrote:
:lol:
OK....so I am in the market for chain rings....what do you suggest for 11sp?



Stronglight Ct2

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

Michel wrote:
Spinnekop wrote:
:lol:
OK....so I am in the market for chain rings....what do you suggest for 11sp?



Stronglight Ct2


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