Cannion Cannondale Scalpel 2011 - 6850g -15,10lbs

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AyJay
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by AyJay

Hello,

I wanted to present this uniqe bike, by Cannion. I suppose that is one of the lightest on the planet :)

Brake (Front): - Formula R1 Carbon - 158,3g
Brake (Rear): - Formula R1 Carbon - 175,4g
-Rotor: (Front): - Scrub The WorkHorse 160mm - 56,5g
-Rotor: (Rear): - Scrub The WorkHorse 140mm - 42,3g
-Rotor Bolts: Dartmoor 12x alu - 8,2g
-Front Adapter: - Eliflap Carbon-Alu - 8,2g
Caliper Bolts: 2xTi M6x16, 4xAlu M6x16- 12,4g
Cables: Niro Turbo Plus / Power Cordz - 22g
Cassette: Recon Titanium 11-30 SL with Lockring Extralite - 157,1g
Chain: KMC X10SL Silver (104 Links) with quick-link - 225,7g
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SL Custom - 564,3g
-Crank Arms: 175mm - 305g
-Bottom Bracket: Axle 128mm Tuned + bolts and washers - 153,3g
-Outer Ring: Specialites 42T - 71,2g
-Middle Ring: Specialites 29T - 25,6g
-Crank Bolts: Kcnc - 9,2g
Derlr (Front): Campa Record Carbon + S3 AyJay adapter - 72,8g
Derlr (Rear): Sram XO Short Custom Tuned - 135,8g
Fork: Cannondale Lefty SL OPI - 1121,5g
Rear Shock: DT Swiss XR Carbon with Ti bolts - 172,5g
Frame: Cannondale Scalpel Size M - 1331g
Grips: Procraft Superlite 90mm - 11,9g
Handlebar: Schmolke TLO Oversize 600mm - 83,8g
Headset: Cannondale SI + washer - 56,8g
Pedals: Crank Brothers 4 TI Tuned - 143,4g
Seat: Tune Concorde RR Tuned - 67,4g
Seatpost: New Ultimate Carbon UD Evo 31,6 x 370mm - 120,2g
Seatpost clamp: Carbon TI 34,9 - 8,7g
Shifters: Sram XO Gripshift Tuned, AyJay clamps - 153,2g
Skewers: Tune Skyline MTB Rear cut - 12,9g
Stem: Extralite Roadstem OC - 100mm - 31,8 + Mcfk Steertube - 162,2g
Tire (Front): Maxxlite 285 2.0 - 275,4g
Tire (Rear): Maxxlite 285 2.0 - 276,3g
Tubes: Notubes Sealant 2x30ml + AC Red Valve Tuned - 66,1g
Wheel Front: - 503,1g
-Hub: Extralite HyperLefty - 82,2g
-Rim: ZTR Podium MMX - 286,4g
-Spokes: Sapim Super Spoke 32H - 118,7g
-Nipples: DT Alu - 10,8g
-Rim tape: Notubes - 5g
Wheel Rear: - 589,2g
-Hub: Extralite HyperRear - 166,2g
-Rim: ZTR Podium MMX - 287,3g
-Spokes: Sapim Super Spoke 32H - 119,9g
-Nipples: DT Alu - 10,8g
-Rim tape: Notubes - 5g

Total: 6794,6g (real 6850g)

Photos:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1184246786 ... directlink

On next post I will show some photos of tuned components :)

How do you like it ?
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Martin.F
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by Martin.F

Honestly? I think it kicks ass. A full-sus at 6850 gms is really something, and it looks great. I have a couple of questions for you.

1) How can you run the chain so short? Do you cut it so short that you can't have it in the 42-30 or 42-28(or whatever the 2nd cog is)?
2) How is the Scrub discs? I'm drooling on a set myself.
3) Can we please see the rear derailleur? :mrgreen:
4) What tuning have you done on your pedals? Titanium spring and alu axles?

Oh, and btw, I can see you don't have many posts :welcome:
WTB Syncros bar/stem unit for foil

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by kgt

I am impressed!

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by cerro

Wow, 400g lighter than my Flash and then I have a single chainring and a lighter steerercombo
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by devinci

Wet pants


Enough said

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Guymk
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by Guymk

Lighter than my road bike.... by 400g.... :unbelievable:

klingej
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by klingej

Badass bike

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by Tom-s

Martin.F wrote:Honestly? I think it kicks ass. A full-sus at 6850 gms is really something, and it looks great. I have a couple of questions for you.

1) How can you run the chain so short? Do you cut it so short that you can't have it in the 42-30 or 42-28(or whatever the 2nd cog is)?
2) How is the Scrub discs? I'm drooling on a set myself.
3) Can we please see the rear derailleur? :mrgreen:
4) What tuning have you done on your pedals? Titanium spring and alu axles?

Oh, and btw, I can see you don't have many posts :welcome:


Interested in these too!
How did you get the xo twisters that light, is that clamp for sale?

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astranoc
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by astranoc

Wow... 6850 on a full sus.. Well done sir, it's hot.

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