So after a stupid amount of overtime, I decided to do the adult thing and put the extra income towards something responsible and neccessary (read: frivolous). If I recall correctly, I took delivery on this bike in September of last year and had only a few weeks to ride it before school ramped up again and the weather called for the all-seasons bike. I sold, traded, and replaced a bunch of the stock parts over the winter and finally feel as though the build is complete.
I haven't ridden the bike as pictured, but the ride out of the box was fantastic - the extra stiffness is a welcome change from my other bike as I'm 6'1 and 170 lbs. When all was said and done, the bike weighs in at 15.8 lbs with the Edge 705 and cadence sensor. Not too bad, considering it’s a 58.
2008 Canyon CF Pro 8.0
Campy Chorus (w/ Record compact crankset)
Reynolds Cirro rims
Zero Gravity brakes (I'm on the fence with these. I received the brakes in a Craigslist trade and haven't tried them yet. The front brake doesn't have adequate clearance with the front rim unless the caliper arms are in the open position, so if the performance sucks I'll put the Campy brakes back on.)
Look EDH bars
Look Ergopost4 seatpost
Look Keo Carbon (CroMo spindles)
Tacx Tao aluminum cages
Syntace 120mm stem w/ 1-1/4” steerer tube clamp
Acros headset (1-1/2” to 1-1/4”)
DT Swiss skewers
Anyway, here are the pictures before I gunk it up from Spring riding.