Caad10 with Campagnolo: Update Pg3

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by wasabi1


Just started building my new Caad10 with Chorus. Most of the parts have arrived so should be finished soon.
Let me know what you think of it and also any suggestions. Thanks....

Build list below.


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by majklnajt

Looking forward to this one! :thumbup:

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by wasabi1

Build List

Frameset: 54cm BBQ colour
Shifter/Brakes: Chorus 11
Front Derailleur: Chorus 11
Rear Derailleur: Chorus 11
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SI SL
Chainrings: Stronglight CT2 53/39
Brakes: Chorus 11
Cassette and chain: Chorus 11 12-25

Seatpost: 3T Team Dorico Stealth
Saddle: Fizik Arione CX Braided
Stem: 3T Team ARX Stealth 120mm
Bars: 3T Pro Ergosum 42cm
Bottle Cages: Arundel Mandible Oil Slick

Wheels: Handbuilt, built front 2x, rear 3x
Hubs: Campagnolo Record
Rims: Ambrosio Crono 32h
Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray black with Sapim alu nipples
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by Calnago

Well spec'd. This is going to build up really nice.
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by octav

you'll have a very nice bike :)

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by SWijland

Are there people on this forum that don't own a Caad10 :|

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by tomato89

Nice. I was thinking of doing something similar. Where did you get the frame and how much did you pay for it?

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by ronderman

I was just going to build up a campy chorus 11 speed CAAD 10. I've done it several times with a CAAD 9, but not a 10. Got the frame and it was the liquigas colors - sold it straight away. It's a team frame, so what can you do, but that frame you have looks much, much better.

I rode it with the Si SL cranks, too. Worked fine, but make sure you check those cranks every now and then, not a play with the press bearing and mine got to a point where there was a lot of friction.

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by cerro

This will be nice and clean. Had 10-speed Record on my Caad10 last year, and Ambrosio Crono F20rims on one wheelset :D
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by wasabi1

Thanks for all the comments.

Build nearly complete.

Wheels complete. Total weight with quick releases is 1540g. Was actually expecting a bit less, but high spoke count. Having said that, the wheels do look incredible!

Update to spec includes:
- Stronglight 11 speed chainrings 53/39
- Continental Sprinter tubs 22mm
- white brake hoods

Seatpost has yet to arrive. So using a temporary Cannondale one.

Decided on Speedplays, only not which ones. Can get a ti pair in green for good price, but would wreck the dark look. Also looking at black or white in cromo alloy.

Aiming for under 7kg for the whole bike. Not sure if this will happen now.

Will update with pictures and weights soon.

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by drumguy01

Very cool build!

Where did you order the 3T Stealth components from?

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by wasabi1

To answer some questions...

Frame and 3T kit came from bike shop. Think the 3T stuff is fairly widely available. Still waiting for my seatpost to arrive. The stem does have a very nice finish in the flesh.

Why hollowgram? It's light, stiff, looks incredible and matches frame perfectly. Although chorus crank nice, I think the way to go on a Cannondale is with the hollowgram.

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by wasabi1


Total weight as shown without pedals is 7.04kg. Should definitely be less than seven with correct seatpost and cut steerer.
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by g_doraz

Swweeeeettt. White hoods are a nice touch. I love when people put Campagnolo on a Cannondale, Specialized, Trek or Scott. Respect to you for doing your own thing.
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by jmilliron

Ah. So. Have you gotten fit yet?
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