Are We Getting A New Cannondale Supersix?

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req110
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by req110

Not sure yet as i haven't tested them so far.
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icyhotchaz
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by icyhotchaz

IMG_4389.jpg
Throwing my modest hat into the ring with my 2020 SS evo build.
Regular mod
Full knot cockpit (would love to trade my setback seatpost for one with no setback- hit the DMs!)
Campy Chorus 12s disc
Prime 50mm wheels
Weight with pedals and cages- 18.1lbs/8.21kg

Handles fantastically and feels amazing, but really loving the tubeless 28s and disc brakes. Hate the paint, but cant turn down a good deal. Ready for warmer weather in the NE so I can give it some real miles and abuse.

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dnb72
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by dnb72

icyhotchaz wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:29 pm
IMG_4389.jpg
Throwing my modest hat into the ring with my 2020 SS evo build.
Regular mod
Full knot cockpit (would love to trade my setback seatpost for one with no setback- hit the DMs!)
Campy Chorus 12s disc
Prime 50mm wheels
Weight with pedals and cages- 18.1lbs/8.21kg

Handles fantastically and feels amazing, but really loving the tubeless 28s and disc brakes. Hate the paint, but cant turn down a good deal. Ready for warmer weather in the NE so I can give it some real miles and abuse.
Nice, just about to switch my 105 model to use the knot cockpit, how do you find it?

icyhotchaz
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by icyhotchaz

dnb72 wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:45 pm
Nice, just about to switch my 105 model to use the knot cockpit, how do you find it?
Coming from a 3t/zipp aluminum setup, the comfort is there, the drops are fairly shallow, but also comfortable to be in. Really, I think the looks are #1. Wide flat tops are not as comfy as standard round bars imo, but far from punishment.

JimboP
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by JimboP

Supersize evo Hi-mod ultegra arrived today. Just built up tonight. Very excited.

I need to find another 2cm in the cockpit though so will have to swap out the 100mm stem for a 110 or 120.

Don't suppose anyone needs to swap the other way and would do an exchange?

dnb72
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by dnb72

icyhotchaz wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:24 pm
dnb72 wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:45 pm
Nice, just about to switch my 105 model to use the knot cockpit, how do you find it?
Coming from a 3t/zipp aluminum setup, the comfort is there, the drops are fairly shallow, but also comfortable to be in. Really, I think the looks are #1. Wide flat tops are not as comfy as standard round bars imo, but far from punishment.
Thanks, thats what I was hoping for on both counts especially as I don't have a slammed stem.

JimboP
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by JimboP

My Hi-Mod Ultegra arrived over the weekend. In love with the colour.

Not weighed it yet but reckon I could definitely lose some ballast with an upgraded set wheels, saddle and cassette/chain.

120 stem ordered and will take the seat from my old bike which the tyres came off too. Been looking for some tan wall tubeless similar to the 5000TLs but struggling to find anything light/fast/robust/instock

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cjm
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by cjm

icyhotchaz wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:29 pm
IMG_4389.jpg
Throwing my modest hat into the ring with my 2020 SS evo build.
Regular mod
Full knot cockpit (would love to trade my setback seatpost for one with no setback- hit the DMs!)
Campy Chorus 12s disc
Prime 50mm wheels
Weight with pedals and cages- 18.1lbs/8.21kg

Handles fantastically and feels amazing, but really loving the tubeless 28s and disc brakes. Hate the paint, but cant turn down a good deal. Ready for warmer weather in the NE so I can give it some real miles and abuse.

That looks good! Is it a 54 or 51?

req110
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by req110

LiKuid wrote:
Tue Mar 02, 2021 11:51 am
Thanks for that. How do you like the galfer discs? They seem to offer a nice weight saving as well
Right now the braking performance of galfer(disc)/red(pad) is weaker than red/red combo. Still testing.
cjm wrote:
Mon Mar 08, 2021 11:29 am
icyhotchaz wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:29 pm
IMG_4389.jpg
Throwing my modest hat into the ring with my 2020 SS evo build.
Regular mod
Full knot cockpit (would love to trade my setback seatpost for one with no setback- hit the DMs!)
Campy Chorus 12s disc
Prime 50mm wheels
Weight with pedals and cages- 18.1lbs/8.21kg

Handles fantastically and feels amazing, but really loving the tubeless 28s and disc brakes. Hate the paint, but cant turn down a good deal. Ready for warmer weather in the NE so I can give it some real miles and abuse.

That looks good! Is it a 54 or 51?
not mine, but looks 54.
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icyhotchaz
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by icyhotchaz

cjm wrote:
Mon Mar 08, 2021 11:29 am
That looks good! Is it a 54 or 51?

54 :D

Javajinx1970
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by Javajinx1970

JimboP wrote:
Sun Mar 07, 2021 9:10 pm
My Hi-Mod Ultegra arrived over the weekend. In love with the colour.

Not weighed it yet but reckon I could definitely lose some ballast with an upgraded set wheels, saddle and cassette/chain.

120 stem ordered and will take the seat from my old bike which the tyres came off too. Been looking for some tan wall tubeless similar to the 5000TLs but struggling to find anything light/fast/robust/instock

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I have the Enve SES in 29c and tan sidewall and am liking them. I'd probably do 27c next time, the 29 just looks really big to me but the ride is comfortable. The in stock may be the rough part..

Hexsense
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by Hexsense

req110 wrote:
Mon Mar 08, 2021 2:10 pm
LiKuid wrote:
Tue Mar 02, 2021 11:51 am
Thanks for that. How do you like the galfer discs? They seem to offer a nice weight saving as well
Right now the braking performance of galfer(disc)/red(pad) is weaker than red/red combo. Still testing.
Galfer pads have quite a lot of metallic things and I found it need serious and proper bed in process to perform its best.
Simply put it on and ride doesn't put it to that level, unless you have a long alpine descend to drag the brake.

I took Galfer pads off my Supersix because I can't make it as silence as my (also proper bed in) Swissstop Disc RS. It goes to my gravel bike because gravel people don't seem to mind the brake noise the way road group do.

req110
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by req110

But I have galfer disc and sram pads sir.
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Hexsense
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by Hexsense

I don't know how did I misread your very clear text. Sorry.

cadanceking111
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by cadanceking111

Hi all - I wonder if you could help me with some advice on the SuperSix. I can't decide between the SuperSix EVO Carbon Disc Ultegra and the SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Disc Ultegra (both 2021). The only differences seem to be the crank, seatpost and frame. Does anyone know how much each bike weighs as sold? Annoyingly Cannodale don't seem to publish this info on their website. I have a Canyon at the moment that is 7.5kg and would buy another were it not for the delivery delays :(. If anyone has any tips on a particular mod that reduces the weight signficantly, that would would be great also (i see people have tried loads on there but difficult to see which one makes the most difference!).

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