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Cannondale supersix 2012

d8mokd8mok Posts: 107
edited December 2012 in Your road bikes
Already posted my MTB in the other section so thought I would even it up.

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Frame: 2012 supersix 56cm carbon
Forks: matching
Bars: zipp service course sl
Stem: zipp service course sl
Headset: supersix
Bar Tape: zipp service course

Front Brake Lever: 105
Front Caliper: 105
Rear Brake Lever: 105
Rear Caliper: 105

Shifters: 105
Cables:
Front Mech: 105
Rear Mech: 105

Seat: prologo to 2.0
Seat Post: deda carbon
Seat Post Clamp:

Cranks: fsa grossmair
Chainring(s):
Chain: ?
Cassette: 105
Pedals: 105
Bottom Bracket: bb30 fsa

Wheelset :cosmic carbone sl
Tube: conti
Tire: gp4000s


Accessories: carbon cannondale bottle cage, and cat eye


Weight: sub 8kg I think

Other info: cranks are next to get swapped.

Posts

  • What a sweet machine, just recently bought same model but in Black and White.

    Cool as you like!

    Merry Christmas.
  • d8mokd8mok Posts: 107
    Thanks mate. It's my first road bike so nothing to compare but I like it.

    Wheels were only fitted today so dying for summer to arrive.
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    d8mok wrote:
    Thanks mate. It's my first road bike so nothing to compare but I like it.

    Wheels were only fitted today so dying for summer to arrive.

    First road bike?!? Blimey!

    Road - Dolan Preffisio
    MTB - On-One Inbred

    I have no idea what's going on here.
  • Flash wheels those. No such upgrades on mine, just got the stock aksiums on, but they do the job for me. Quick bike though, had mine a month. Like you say roll on spring/summer. Done a few short rides on it but sticking to hybrid at the moment, this weather is censored .
  • d8mokd8mok Posts: 107
    Yeh It was fast with the aksiums so hopefully it'll be even better now. Gonna sell the aksiums when I get chance to take pics as I'd planned to keep them but now I've realised I'll never use them.
  • lc1981lc1981 Posts: 820
    d8mok wrote:
    Gonna sell the aksiums when I get chance to take pics as I'd planned to keep them but now I've realised I'll never use them.

    You could use them in the winter to save the Cosmics for summer use?
  • d8mokd8mok Posts: 107
    I don't use the bike in winter no point keeping them tbh. My mountin bike does its duty from nov til march.
  • styxdstyxd Posts: 3,234
    Not bad, get a zipp layback seatpost to match the bars and drop your stem then cut the steerer tube. Perfect.
  • d8mokd8mok Posts: 107
    Nearly went for the zipp post but needed a inline one to make it fit me better. The deda I purchased is lovely and light. I know it's not matching but its carbon so it's allowed. Lol
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