The CAAD Build Thread...

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by mikeyjporter

gifted child wrote:Sharing my updated CAAD10 build. Size 48. (Im a midget at 165 cm.) :)
Exactly 6.9 kilos with everything on it ready to ride and race.
*2011 CAAD 10 size 48, UDi2 shifters, rd, fd, DA 7950 compact crankset 170mm, DA 12-27t cogset, 7900 chain.
*Token brakeset 220 grams., 2010 zipp 303 toroidal wheels ( wide rims ), conti sprinter tubs, KCNC ti skewers
*3T rotundo pro, 3T team stem 110mm. USE alien carbon seat post, Selle italia SLR Carbon saddle 99g.
* speedplay zero ti spindle pedals. unbranded carbon cages. Garmin edge 500 with cadence sensor.


Super solid race bike.
Future upgrade ---- power meter... :D
How did you do the Di2 cable routing?

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by chuingbeans

chuingbeans wrote:Hello. This is my trusty CAAD from the Western suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.


Currently sitting at 8.6kg as pictured, though looking to change a few things and bringing that number down to the mid 7kgs. Ditching the SRAM GXP cranks and Praxis conversion BB should free up a bit of weight.
Above the bike weighed 7.95kg without the framepump, light and Garmin.

Since then I’ve moved on from Force 10-speed to Force 11-speed, swapping some other things at the same time.

Now weighs in at 6.95kg. So close...


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by wolfesquire

What Easton wheels are those?

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by chuingbeans

wolfesquire wrote:What Easton wheels are those?
They’re a custom build I picked up. Rims from an old Easton Ascent wheelset, laced with CX-Rays to Tune MIG70/MAG170 hubs. 1335g.

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