Show us your CAAD12 frameset (non disc) builds

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wolfesquire
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by wolfesquire

8.9 Enve Clinchers.
For a 50 miles around here you will gain about 100 feet of elevation, I live right next to the beach, so a lot of people around here have very deep wheels.

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alexneumuller
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Location: Munich, Germany

by alexneumuller

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Update! Wheel Upgrade to Zipp 303NSW and a Cannondale SL Crank with SRM Powermeter!

Weight 6.8kg

Am doing an updated bike fit in 2 weeks to further dial in position!


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TLRozzle
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by TLRozzle

A ton of fun at 17.1lb:
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Rsdseverinsen
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by Rsdseverinsen

CAAD12 Ultegra 2017 Size 58
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muffinman
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by muffinman

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Budget race bike, but its turned into my favorite bike...

I've seen a couple paint stripped CAAD10s and thought they look badass and attempted to strip the paint myself on this 12, but I didn't realize how much work it would be. The majority of the paint is off, but the joints still have loads of paint and primer on them that you can't see from afar. After the season ends, I might get it painted so it looks like a normal bike, but I'm not sure what the plan is for that.

All in, I'm around $1300 and its a blast to ride. I have a R8000 RD I need to install, and I might play around with different stems, but I'm pretty much done component-wise. Fits 28mm Pirelli P-Zero tires that measure out to 32mm actual on the Course 30 wheels with room to spare.

Maverick23
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Location: Adelaide, Australia

by Maverick23

After seeing a heap of Caad12 builds on here I couldnt't help myself and had to build one.

Very impressed with the way the bike rides overall.

This one is 6.745kgs in current trim (minus lights and garmin).

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Tysb
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by Tysb

CAAD12 56cm, Boyd 44mm carbon clinchers and Save seatpost

the combo of the upgraded seatpost and carbon wheels smooth this thing out so well!
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wolfesquire
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by wolfesquire

Tysb wrote:
Mon Jul 16, 2018 3:32 am
CAAD12 56cm, Boyd 44mm carbon clinchers and Save seatpost

the combo of the upgraded seatpost and carbon wheels smooth this thing out so well!
Nice! I just put some Boyd 44mm on my bike this week!

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