Between CAAD13, S6Evo and Allez

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itguy
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by itguy

Looking for a secondary bike to be abused while the main weightweeny hangs on the wall...

CAAD13 with 105 R7k
SuperSix Evo 2018 with 105 5800
Allez Elite with 105 5800

Gonna chuck in an old pair of Racing Zeros on the bike, only rim brake models.

Which one is the best choice if all 3 are priced similarly?

gangbang
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by gangbang

Evo hands down

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LouisN
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by LouisN

^^^Totally. Times 1000.

Louis :)

itguy
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by itguy

I read that the Evo had some issue with the rear brake cabling. Is it true? Can’t seem to find info on that besides the RD cable routing issue

Karvalo
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by Karvalo

itguy wrote:
Wed Sep 23, 2020 3:24 am
I read that the Evo had some issue with the rear brake cabling. Is it true?
Not if the cable length is right. Depends what you're after really, CAAD for versatility and heavy winter riding, Evo for performance. Allez isn't even in the conversation unless it's massively cheaper.

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ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Allez Sprint!

At any rate, go alu, Caad12 great too. I don’t fret chucking it into airplane etc (with alu wheels)

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