Cannondale CAAD 10 ~black MF~

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

After a few years off I again had an itch to ride a road bike. So I decided to put together an all black CAAD 10.
Note: It's not at all a weight weenie bike.


Parts list
Frame: Cannondale CAAD 10, size 56
Fork: Cannondale SAVE, full carbon

Groupset: Shimano 105 R7000, 11-speed
Crankset: 52/36 (172,5 mm)
Casette: Shimano 105 CS R7000 30/11
Chain: Shimano Ultegra CS R8000

Handlebar: Deda Zero100, 40 cm c-c (delabeled)
Bartape: Deda
Stem: Deda Zero100, 110 mm (delabeled)
Seatpost: Procraft Superlight II Seatpost (delabeled), 27,2 mm
Headset: Cannondale integrated
Spacer: Cannondale conical, 25 mm
Stem cap: rie:sel design "los muertos"
Seatpost clamp: Cannondale
Saddle: Fizik Aliante R1
Bottle cages: Elite Custom Race
Cage bolts: Procraft
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace R9100

Wheelset: ZIPP 404 Firecrest Black, tubular (2018)
Tyres: Continental Sprinter, 25 mm
Brake pads: Campagnolo for carbon rims
Skewers: Zipp

Weight: ~ 7,7 kg

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by Thomson

That's a very nice looking bike! Whats your future plans or goals?

I have a very similar build in the first stages...
So I will be keeping a close eye on this...👍

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Thanks.
No future plans about the bike. I think I'll keep it as it is.
My goal is to have a similar performance as 10 years ago :D
By that's probably not gonna happen as I am 10 years older, a bit heavier and my training is now mostly weight lifting.

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Welcome back :welcome: .

Louis :)

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Thank you :thumbup:

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by flying

Nice! :beerchug:

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Thank you :thumbup:

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by fowlsunlimited

Beautiful bike!

I have a CAAD10 as well and am looking to upgrade from 10-speed 105 to 11-speed. I am curious: since you have done the conversion, did you have to get new hubs and wheels to fit the 11-speed, or are the new wheels a wanted upgrade, or both?

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by majklnajt

Thanks!

To be honest I bought used wheels that were already on an 11-speed bike. So there was no conversion needed.
Try to ask at some bike shop, I am sure they'll give you the correct answer.

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by Juanmoretime

Well done and very sensible. Enjoy!

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Thanks man.

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