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Cannondale Supersix Ultimate

danridesbikesdanridesbikes Posts: 170
edited August 2012 in Your road bikes
another summer another bike

Cannondale Supersix Ultimate Frame
Cannondale Hollowgrams
Enve 45 Tub Rims with Tune Mig/Mag Hubs and White CX-Ray Spokes - Vittoria Corsa Evo CX Tubs
Enve Bars
Enve Stem
Enve Seat Post
SRAM Red Yellow Groupset
KMC X10SL DLC Chain
Fizik Arione CX Saddle

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  • WheelspinnerWheelspinner Posts: 5,421
    Oooh tidy indeed! Not jealous at all, even if there's no way on earth I could ride something that low now anyway.. :mrgreen:

    Needs one of these to match the accents on the gruppo.

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  • itsnotaraceitsnotarace Posts: 516
    Very nice. How is the shifting on the Cannondale chainrings?
  • BBHBBH Posts: 476
    love it, love it, love it!!!!1
    black cannondales with an (almost slammed stem), beautiful!!!!!
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  • galatzogalatzo Posts: 1,295
    Bang tidy.
    If it had back doors I'd smash 'em in !
    25th August 2013 12hrs 37mins 52.3 seconds 238km 5500mtrs FYRM Never again.
  • JohnnyV111JohnnyV111 Posts: 50
    If I see you at the lights I won't be revving. Blinding fast bike - brilliant!
  • TMRTMR Posts: 3,986
    I love Cannondales - beautiful! :)
  • vespariovespario Posts: 228
    Great looking bike! Very smartly accessorised. Pure class!
  • I really want this bike :D
  • Skeet55Skeet55 Posts: 138
    One of these will be my next bike!! Enjoy it!! Stunning bike!
  • ezineezine Posts: 26
    Very nice built.
    The black KMC chain shows you went into detail. I MUST have this part on my bike. :cry:

    Here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... hotostream

    Sram Red/Black would have been nicer on this bike or get rid of the yellow parts and black out the FD like here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... otostream/

    Enjoy your ride.

    BTW, what size is the frame and what does your bike weigh?
  • siamonsiamon Posts: 274
    The ENVE kit is top class. Good choice.
  • Dick ScruttockDick Scruttock Posts: 2,533
    ENVE MMMMMMM.
  • benhbenbenhben Posts: 71
    Awsome. One of the best looking ive seen on here. How much did all that cost to put together?
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    Coolio... nice wheels.
  • bencolembencolem Posts: 463
    Whats the weight? Got to be 13lbs? Impressive!
  • galatzogalatzo Posts: 1,295
    ezine wrote:
    Very nice built.
    The black KMC chain shows you went into detail. I MUST have this part on my bike. :cry:

    Here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... hotostream

    Sram Red/Black would have been nicer on this bike or get rid of the yellow parts and black out the FD like here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... otostream/

    Enjoy your ride.

    BTW, what size is the frame and what does your bike weigh?

    Jeeeesus your set up's hardcore :shock: , I bet it takes more effort to keep it below 10mph than keep it over 40mph !
    25th August 2013 12hrs 37mins 52.3 seconds 238km 5500mtrs FYRM Never again.
  • ezineezine Posts: 26
    Galatzo wrote:
    ezine wrote:
    Very nice built.
    The black KMC chain shows you went into detail. I MUST have this part on my bike. :cry:

    Here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... hotostream

    Sram Red/Black would have been nicer on this bike or get rid of the yellow parts and black out the FD like here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... otostream/

    Enjoy your ride.

    BTW, what size is the frame and what does your bike weigh?

    Jeeeesus your set up's hardcore :shock: , I bet it takes more effort to keep it below 10mph than keep it over 40mph !

    Thanks,mate.

    I wish I could keep that pace :(
  • bencolem wrote:
    Whats the weight? Got to be 13lbs? Impressive!

    13.2lbs

    should be able to drop under 13 with some new pedals, running some old chro-mo axled look keo carbons on that
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    That is lovely - excellent work that man.
  • CrankbrotherCrankbrother Posts: 1,695
    Sorry to drag up an oldish tnread ...

    To the OP (or anyone else who knows the answer) ... Where did you get the headset cap from? I just got a supersix and it comes with some nonsense 25mm cone cap/spacer ... Need to knock 15mm off that to get it the same as my six13 which has a shorter headtube .,,
  • jordan_217jordan_217 Posts: 2,580
    I just did a sex wee :shock:
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  • BikeSwanBikeSwan Posts: 260
    Is this the Supersix Evo or the regular Supersix? I ask because the paint job on your bike doesn't look like the one of the Evo Ultimate. It's still an epic looking bike though :)

    I've actually got a Supersix Evo myself. The next upgrade i'm looking at is a pair of really nice tubular wheels. How do you like the ENVE wheels? The ENVE's are on the top of my list. The other thing i'm looking at is some KCNC Cobweb chain rings.

    This is my rig, got any ideas to loose some weight?:

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  • TMRTMR Posts: 3,986
    BikeSwan wrote:
    This is my rig, got any ideas to loose some weight?

    Stop dodging the salad? :P

    Just lose the bags, the bike is fine as is.
  • giant_mangiant_man Posts: 6,878
    What's the difference between the Supersix and the Ultimate Evo, anybody?
  • difference is the hi-mod carbon frame, might look different as i dont have the hi-mod forks, original owner cut the steerer too short, ill replace with Enve forks when i get the chance

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    headset cap came with the frame

    replacement headsets come with both

    http://qwertycycles.co.uk/collections/super6/products/cannondale-supersix-headset-kp044
  • CrankbrotherCrankbrother Posts: 1,695
    Cheers for that ... A bit steep for a bit of plastic but needs must so ordered (at least i get tne other spares) ...
  • CrankbrotherCrankbrother Posts: 1,695
    OK, so after ordering the new headset to get the 3mm cap there was one hidden inside the 30mm one ... Hopefully I'll be able to return and get my £60 back ...

    HUGE difference to the bike with the reduced cap and 10mm of spacers though ... Would have been worth the £60 in fairness ...
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