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by Galatzo

Picked it up yesterday




Cannondale Super Six Hi Mod
Sram Force groupset
Spinergy Xaero Lite Wheels
Thomson Seatpost
Deda Newton Stem (Thomson X2 on way as soon as I'm sure which length I want)
USE Summit Alloy Bars
Selle San Marco MagMa Saddle
Continental Grand Prix 24mm tyres
Sram Tape
Time RXS Carbon Pedals

7.15kgs or 15lbs 13oz with pedals

Could easily shave 500grams off and maybe will in the spring with new wheels but for now I'm pretty happy with it and will be even more so in a day or two when the Thomson X2 stem comes to finish it off !
First real go with Sram and most notable thing is how quiet it is compared to Chorus 11 I had before.
All brand new apart from wheels which had a few hundred miles on them and only cost ......

...... £1750 :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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by Frankie - B

Nice steed. bring on those upgrades in spring!
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

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by jever98

Nice solid build. How about using one of the big conical head set caps from Cannondale, avoids you having a big spacer stack and looks nice.

Enjoy the ride!
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by Krull

thomson x2-stem-that was the first thing, i thought about when regarding your bike.
very nice ride! i hope it fits better than your isaac did! (if i remember right, you had some problems with the isaac-geometry?)
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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by Galatzo

Yes the Isaac was just too big. Liked the geometry and would have had another in a smaller size if I could have got one at the right price (the Cannondale only cost me £700 new !).
Thomson stem will be here tomorrow.
I have 30mm of spacers under the stem and will probably lose 10mm straight away, then ride it over the weekend and see how its been. Better to have plenty of spacers and then lose a few at a time rather than a no spacers and a flipped stem !


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by micky

Sounds like you got a great deal for a nice ride!

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