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My Cannondale SuperSix spring refresh

peteb0peteb0 Posts: 58
edited May 2015 in Your road bikes
Purchased last September as a 2014 SuperSix 105 6 (i.e. the base model) at a nicely discounted price. Planned rebuild more or less complete, so thought I'd share. Please excuse the mixed wheelset; my Powertap wheel is currently my only 11s clincher.


Frame: SuperSix Evo (58cm)
Forks: Supersix Evo
Bars: Deda Superleggera (42cm)
Stem: Deda Superleggera (90mm)
Headset: Cannondale
Bar Tape: Lizard Skins DSP

Front Brake Lever: Dura Ace 9001
Front Caliper: Ultegra 6800
Rear Brake Lever: Dura Ace 9001
Rear Caliper: Ultegra 6800

Shifters: Dura Ace 9001
Cables: Dura Ace 9001
Front Mech: Ultegra 6800
Rear Mech: Ultegra 6800

Seat: Selle Italia SLR Monolink
Seat Post: Selle Italia SLR Monolink
Seat Post Clamp: Cannondale

Cranks: FSA Gossamer BB30
Chainring(s): FSA 50/34
Chain: Dura Ace 9001
Cassette: Ultegra 6800 11-25
Pedals: 105 5800
Bottom Bracket: Cannondale

Front Wheel: Kinetic One K33 Aerolite
Back Wheel: Powertap G3
Tyres: Schwalbe Ultremo 23mm

Accessories: Elite Cannibal x2

Weight: ~7.4kg today

Other info: Dura Ace shifters chosen over 6800 for shift action, ergonomics, brake effort and weight. (Heavy) crankset is to be replaced with BB30 powermeter (Rotor 3D30+Power2Max or Powertap C1 looking good). I also have a set of 50mm Tubulars to go on once I have some tyres. So final weight should be more like 7kg. An Edco 11-27 cassette is also planned to allow me to use my 10s rear wheels for training.

5700 105 groupset, and RS501 wheelset that was fitted has been shuffled down to my 2011 Synapse (whose Tiagra system is shuffling down to my commuter...)


  • peteb0peteb0 Posts: 58

    Now with the PX 50mm wheelset and Schwalbe One tubs.

    Just the crankset/power meter to go now!
  • jgsijgsi Posts: 5,062
    Looking good.. let me know how the Schwalbe tubs feel... got a pair ready to go but waiting for the old Paves to give up the ghost first , being a tight wad.
  • peteb0peteb0 Posts: 58
    Thanks. First impressions are very good but I'll let you know how I get on
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