Are We Getting A New Cannondale Supersix?

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ch00bzs
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by ch00bzs

C36 wrote:
Sun Jan 26, 2020 12:47 pm
ch00bzs wrote:Well, since nobody post a rim brake build, maybe it's time to post one

Yes, i know disc brake is the future. I'm also in the industry and there's no denying that 70% of the new bike markets are into disc now.

But I'm a simple (and maybe shallow :p) person. I love the simplicity of rim brake.

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Cannondale Supersix Evo Carbon EMR size 48
Hollowgram Knot Carbon Seatpost zero offset
Fizik Argo Vento 140 R3
Deda Zero100 -20 stem
Deda Zero100 40 c-c handlebar
K-edge Wahoo mount
Fizik bartape
Dura-Ace 9100 Groupset
Shimano R7000 direct mount brakes (haven't found my old EE Brakes :p)
Cannondale Hollowgram SI Crank with Power2max NGeco
Driveline Chainring 53/39 BCD110 (from aliexpress)
Look Keo Blade 2 Carbon Cr
Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL 2017 (pre-UST)
Vittoria Rubino Pro G2.0
Arundel bottle cages

Stripped from a fullbike and fit the groupset from my parts bin

Weight : 7.35 kg

I know i know, there's a lot of room to improve.
Any chance you had weighted frame / fork before assembling?


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Sorry, due to rushed build, i don't get the chance to weighted it

but this might help

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Wenne
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by Wenne

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Miles253
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by Miles253

ch00bzs wrote:
Sun Jan 26, 2020 11:59 am
Well, since nobody post a rim brake build, maybe it's time to post one

Yes, i know disc brake is the future. I'm also in the industry and there's no denying that 70% of the new bike markets are into disc now.

But I'm a simple (and maybe shallow :p) person. I love the simplicity of rim brake.

Image

Cannondale Supersix Evo Carbon EMR size 48
Hollowgram Knot Carbon Seatpost zero offset
Fizik Argo Vento 140 R3
Deda Zero100 -20 stem
Deda Zero100 40 c-c handlebar
K-edge Wahoo mount
Fizik bartape
Dura-Ace 9100 Groupset
Shimano R7000 direct mount brakes (haven't found my old EE Brakes :p)
Cannondale Hollowgram SI Crank with Power2max NGeco
Driveline Chainring 53/39 BCD110 (from aliexpress)
Look Keo Blade 2 Carbon Cr
Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL 2017 (pre-UST)
Vittoria Rubino Pro G2.0
Arundel bottle cages

Stripped from a fullbike and fit the groupset from my parts bin

Weight : 7.35 kg

I know i know, there's a lot of room to improve.
Love that build. No denying that disc builds are cleaner though with the hidden cables
Specialized S-Works Venge Disc | 7.8kg
Rose Backroad | 9kg (Deceased R.I.P.)
Canyon Ultimate CF SL | 7.7kg

https://www.findyourroad.co.uk/
Instagram: @miles_bc

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flashpunk
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Has anyone else noticed that the fork seems to collect about ¼ cup of water after riding in the rain or a bike wash?

I flipped mine upside down after being washed today and a bunch of water poured out of the steer tube

floriansantana
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by floriansantana

flashpunk wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 2:05 am
Has anyone else noticed that the fork seems to collect about ¼ cup of water after riding in the rain or a bike wash?

I flipped mine upside down after being washed today and a bunch of water poured out of the steer tube
Yeah, I had this experience with my SystemSix as well. Not sure though where the water comes out or gets stuck. Any idea?
Cannondale SuperSix Evo Disc
Cannondale SystemSix HiMod Disc
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hannawald
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by hannawald

Yeah, you must go just straight when raining otherwise it is not very weightweenie:)

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Dan Gerous
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by Dan Gerous

floriansantana wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 6:51 am
flashpunk wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 2:05 am
Has anyone else noticed that the fork seems to collect about ¼ cup of water after riding in the rain or a bike wash?

I flipped mine upside down after being washed today and a bunch of water poured out of the steer tube
Yeah, I had this experience with my SystemSix as well. Not sure though where the water comes out or gets stuck. Any idea?
There are drain holes in each fork legs, but they're not at the absolute bottom... it can't fill completely with water but some might stay in there after riding in hard rain for long or if you hose directly at the opening when cleaning the bike. I'd just tip the bike over after rainy days and washes, no big deal.

Karvalo
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by Karvalo

hannawald wrote:
Wed Jan 29, 2020 7:23 am
Yeah, you must go just straight when raining otherwise it is not very weightweenie:)
Ha! :lol:

Hexsense
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by Hexsense

Thanks to hernejj, flashpunk, Tedtan, ch00bzs and many others.
I pulled the trigger. I'll get red size 48, SS Evo 105 disc build very soon.
It'll be stripped and rebuild with my parts from Allez Sprint disc.

This will be an interesting "sidegrade" from Allez Sprint size 49.
5mm lower bottom bracket, way longer front center and more neutral (faster) 58mm trail value.
Will post here again once I build it up (probably ~2 weeks).

Below are gemetry and bar set-up plan. Despite different geometry, my bar should be at the exact same position as before, down to 1mm correct.
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flashpunk
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Another photo of my 48 Supersix with farsports bar/stem. Lower angle as was requested a bit ago:

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TedTan
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by TedTan

Hexsense wrote:Thanks to hernejj, flashpunk, Tedtan, ch00bzs and many others.
I pulled the trigger. I'll get red size 48, SS Evo 105 disc build very soon.
It'll be stripped and rebuild with my parts from Allez Sprint disc.

This will be an interesting "sidegrade" from Allez Sprint size 49.
5mm lower bottom bracket, way longer front center and more neutral (faster) 58mm trail value.
Will post here again once I build it up (probably ~2 weeks).

Below are gemetry and bar set-up plan. Despite different geometry, my bar should be at the exact same position as before, down to 1mm correct.
Can’t wait to see


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TedTan
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by TedTan

flashpunk wrote:Another photo of my 48 Supersix with farsports bar/stem. Lower angle as was requested a bit ago:

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Nice....what is the weight of your bike?


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Wenne
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by Wenne

ready to drive
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takos03
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by takos03

Wenne wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 3:15 pm
ready to drive

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Beautiful bike! How did you put the gear cables inside the frame? Do you have a cablestop or you put them along the frame till the end??

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Wenne
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by Wenne

put them along the frame till the end

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