SS evo hi-mod and the Brother

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by Dennistwowheels

hello all,

Glad to finally be posting my bikes. The Evo is my racing/training bike while the Brother is my easy-pace/cycle touring/cross/winter bike. I own the evo since january and am really impressed so far. Here's the bikes and parts:

Cannondale supersix evo hi-mod team, ex Cannondale team frame with custom 54'/58' geometry. Bit too long for me so still doubting about a replacement.
Frame: Cannondale supersix evo hi-mod
Fork: Supersix evo
hanger: Cannondale si
Headset: Cannondale si with extralite ultrastar 3 expander
seatpost clamp: Cannondale 30,0 mm
Seatpost: New ultimate evo 27,2 0 offset
Seat: San marco regale carbon fx, narrow
Stem: Ritchey c260 110mm
Bar:Ritchey neoclassic 400mm
Bartape: Specialized roubaix
bottle cages: Arundel mandible
Outer Cables:Campagnolo
Inner Cables:Campagnolo
Brakes: Campagnolo chorus
Front derailleur: Campagnolo chorus
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo chorus
Crankset: Rotor 3D+
Bottom Bracket: Sram bb30
Chainrings: Praxisworks 53/39
Chainring bolts: Rotor
Chaincatcher: Rotor
Chain: Campagnolo chorus
Shifters: Campagnolo chorus
Cassette: Campagnolo chorus
Wheels: Campagnolo zonda/Campagnolo bora one 50
Inntertubes: Schwalbe SV20/ Michelin aircomp latex
Tires: Veloflex master/ Veloflex corsa
Pedals: Shimano dura-ace 9000
Power meter: Power2max
Computer: Garmin Edge 510
Final weight: 7136 grams with zondas

Brother Kepler
Frame: Brother Kepler 56'
Fork: Brother Kepler
Headset: Cane creek 40
seatpost clamp: Thomson 27,2mm
Seatpost: Thomson elite 27,2mm 0mm setback
Seat: San Marco Regale
Stem:Thomson x4 100mm
Bar: Ritchey wcs neocurve 420mm
Bartape: Specialized roubaix
bottle cages and hardware
Outer Cables: Campagnolo
Inner Cables: Campagnolo
Brakes: Frogglegs
Front derailleur: Campagnolo veloce
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo veloce
Crankset: Fulcrum RS
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo record
Chainrings: Stronglight ct2 46/34
Chainring bolts: alu
Chain: Campagnolo veloce
Shifters: Campagnolo veloce
Cassette: Campagnolo veloce
Wheels: Hplusson tb14 laced to Ambrosio zenith 32h/Fulcrum racing 5 lg cx
Inntertubes: Schwalbe
Tires:Schwalbe marathon supreme/Challenge grifo/vredestein fortezza senso
Pedals: Shimano spd
Final weight: 10138 grams

Thanks for looking !

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Very nice!

I don't usually like that style of lacing on wheels but they look fantastic on the Cannondale.

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by ubers

Nice !

54/58...isn't that what Sagan rode? Doesn't seem to match the 2014 team colour bikes exactly though, they look similar but that had evo written on the top tube.

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by Dennistwowheels

Yeah , Sagan used to run this size frame as did Bennatti before him. The frame is an unused spare so that might explain the different frame job ?

Also Cannondale-Garmin ran the frames like this(without evo decal on the tt):

Another 'pro' touch is the aluminium sleeve in the bb which houses the bearings:

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by ultyguy

Loving the Evo...if it doesn't work out for you, let me know.

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