Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod, Campagnolo, Enve

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coneill0422
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by coneill0422

Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi-Mod with Campagnolo Super Record 11+, 2015 with Enve 3.4 DT Swiss 180 hubs and mostly 3T Carbon Cockpit.


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ollekirchmeier
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by ollekirchmeier

Great! But this deserves better pictures!


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by Valbrona

That's a nice bike. But a Synapse might have been a better fit.

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soracabana
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by soracabana

Not the right geometry for you, too much spacer....

calvin
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by calvin

Totaly agree, there are too much spacers

coneill0422
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by coneill0422

I haven't had a chance to weigh this yet as it sits, I have been upgrading it pretty quickly. When I first got it it was built up with Dura Ace 9000, no Powermeter and had Reynolds DV46 UL tubulars (including Speedplay pedals and carbon bottle cages). At that point it weighed 13.6 lbs.

I threw on the Quarq Powermeter, with the same wheels and it weighed a flat 14 lbs.

I haven't had a chance to weigh it with the Campagnolo Super Record groupset and Enve 3.4 wheels (replacing the Reynolds Tubulars) but once I do I will throw that weight up.

As for the spacers, I haven't had a proper fitting on this yet so I have left them pretty slack, since I have neck and back issues but will be playing around with fit to get it dialed in. I downsized from a 54 cm S-Works Tarmac to the Cannondale 52 cm since I had to run a 90 mm stem on the S-Works to get it fitting properly, even though the spacers were closer to slammed (it was a pig as it sat it was 14.6 lbs, no PM). https://www.flickr.com/photos/102164113 ... ed-public/

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by Wull

Very nice!

coneill0422
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by coneill0422

Build List with Weights to come:

Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod -
Campagnolo Super Record 11+ Groupset -
Campagnolo SR Levers -
Campagnolo SR Front Derailleur -
Campagnolo SR Rear Derailleur -
Campagnolo SR Skeleton Brakes - CLAIMED 275g
Campagnolo Chorus Chain - CLAIMED 256g
Campagnolo Chorus Cassette 12-29 - 295g

Quarq Cinqo Saturn 2 Powermeter 130 BCD with MK V 53/39-
Ergosum Team Stealth 42cm/Drop:123mm/Reach:77mm Handlebars - CLAIMED 198g

3T Doric-LTD Seatpost - 170g
Fizik Kurve Chameleon Saddle - 220g
Seat and Seatpost Combined Actual Weight - 390g


Front Enve SES 6.7 Clincher, DT Swiss 240 - 715g
Rear Enve SES 6.7 Clincher, DT Swiss 240 - 880g
Wheelset Enve SES 6.7 - 1595g


Enve Skewers - 55g
Garmin 500 - 60g
K Edge Garmin Mount - 30g
Enve Carbon Bottle Cages - 55g (40g for 2 cages and 10g for hardware)
Speedplay Zero Pedals - 220g
Vittoria Open Pave CG III - 250g per tire
Vittoria Latex Tubs - 85g per tube
EH-Works Saddle Bag Leather Toe Strap with Tube, Valve Extender, CO2, Tire Lever - 275g
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by Calpol

Nice build. Do you mind me asking how you treated the BB interface with Campagnolo Ultra torque. I have a HI MOD frame to build up and was thinking on using the Praxis BB adapter but I am reading some advice that this may not be possible as some of the more recent frames have a design that prohibits the use. The last thing I want is a creaky BB on my new pride and joy.

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