Cannondale Evo Ultimate Frame 56cm weighed

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
Luca79
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by Luca79

timzcat wrote:More weights

Fork w/crown 331
cable guide 4
Bottle Bolts 5
Seat Collar 16
Headset 51
Headset Spacers (30mm) 16
Red/Black Front Derailer 69
Red/Black Rear Derailer 147
Red/Black Left Brifter 147
Red/Black Right Brifter 148
TRP 970SL Front 122
TRP 970SL Rear 120
Red/Black cassette 11-26 168
USE Seatpost 153



Hollowgram Spindle 65
NDS crankarm 150
DS crankarm 149
Evo lockring 4
110 Evo Spider 40
Chainring bolts 9
Total w/o Rings 417




Did you have the chance to weigh the 130mm spider that comes stock with the bike?

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by Zigmeister

timzcat wrote:
leosantos wrote:did you weight the whole bike, or at least all components since apperantly you never built the stock bike? I saw one in a shop, also 56, and the guy there said it weighted 5,5kg (12,1 lbs). BTW, Ive seem many people complaining about the heavy paint on the blk/wte evo, and I complained about mine as well, but after riding it for a while now, Im quite happy, since it appears to be sooo scratch resistant! I had a white caad9 and it had many more scratches from road debris, on the evo I still cant find any. wondering if the ultimate with its superlight paint will be so resistant as well, would be a shame to see such a nice frame with spots after a couple of rides only..


if you are asking me, no. I disassembled the bike that was pretty much built out of the box. With my Dura-ace C24 wheels instead of the tubulars I should come in around 13 lbs. There is a pound difference between the wheelsets so that agrees with your numbers at 12.1lbs.



I'm sorry to inform you, the UCI says you need to add 3lbs to the weight to ride it!!! That is crazy. My LBS is a CDale dealer, with the heavy ass alum wheels and all Red setup, it weighed like 14.2lbs on the floor. With some different wheels and a few other parts, 13lbs and below is easy. Kind of crazy to think that they made a frame that light and it is standing up to major abuse by some pro riders, like Sagan.

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by neomoz

Kind of crazy to think that they made a frame that light and it is standing up to major abuse by some pro riders, like Sagan.

Sagan rides a custom mold, so who knows what kind of layup the pros are riding.

timzcat
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by timzcat

Luca79,
No because it was assembled with rings already when I removed it, saw no point in disassembling it. I'd be happy to weigh it with the 53/39 MK V rings on it if you like. 171g
I am sure the 130 spider weight has to be on this site.

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by Imaking20

timzcat wrote: I did not expect 695g frame cause I can read.


This made me LOL. You've won the internets for today :thumbup:
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by CannonEvo48

I just bought a 2012 Cannondale Evo 48cm frame in black/green and the frame weighed in at 499gms

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by justkeepedaling

CannonEvo48 wrote:I just bought a 2012 Cannondale Evo 48cm frame in black/green and the frame weighed in at 499gms


LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

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maquisard wrote:If trolling were a sport you'd be Andy Schleck


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CannonEvo48
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by CannonEvo48

Full bike weight 14.73 lbs - SuperSix Evo 48cm with Dura-Ace drivetrain and Hollowgram cranks, FSA compact ring, dura-ace pedals, boyd 50mm clinchers, garmin sensor, barfly garmin mount, fizik arione carbon rails, arundel sideloader cages x 2.

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by CannonEvo48

frame weight - 1.1 lbs = 499 gms
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by CannonEvo48

full bike weight -48cm frame, black/green paint scheme
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CannonEvo48 wrote:frame weight - 1.1 lbs = 499 gms



No way it is 499g. :lol: Come on now, what was the real weight? :thumbup:
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by justkeepedaling

Your 499 gram frame Evo fully built weighs 14.73 lb??? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

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by CBRE

justkeepedaling wrote:Your 499 gram frame Evo fully built weighs 14.73 lb??? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL



Wow thats way heavy, my stock 52cm EVO Red was 14.3 with Speedplay Ti's stock.
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