New bike - S-Works Tarmac (2014) or new Canyon Aeroad

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

You probably should have been on a 54cm Cannondale SuperSix Evo. I have had the same model in both 58 and 56 (used the same 130mm stem on both), but am 185.5cms. The 56 feels better. Good luck with the Aeroad, almost bought one before I got my Evo.

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moonoi
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by moonoi

Doesn't the mechanical version also come with a standard bar/stem, rather than the integrated one?

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sawyer
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by sawyer

Mine doesn't have integrated bar and stem ... tbh although the integrated bar-stem looks very very cool and probably saves a watt at 40km/h vs a separate aero bar and stem, in all other respects I'd rather have separate aero bar and stem. Most important thing with bar and stem is that the fit is perfect! That said, if you are going Di2 then the integrated model cleans things up very nice ... mine is mechanical so less of an issue.
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krisJ
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by krisJ

So I finally gave in and ordered the Aeroad CF slx Di2! ;) Thinking about what bike to pick all the time made me crazy, so I just went for it!

Im very pleased with my choice, and can't wait to get it!

It's set to arrive within a couple of weeks! :)

Thanks to everyone in here who contributed in helping me choose.

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