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2012 Cannondale SuperSix Ultegra Di2

Old 07-02-11, 12:24 PM
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2012 Cannondale SuperSix Ultegra Di2



Looks sweet. Anyone have any more information about it?

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Old 07-02-11, 12:34 PM
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were did you find this ?
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This is relevant to my interests....but it isnt a Cervelo. or SRAM.
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Originally Posted by VA_Esquire
This is relevant to my interests....but it isnt a Cervelo. or SRAM.
I think that new Super Six Evo frame is hot stuff.

Sram is for idiots.
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Originally Posted by patentcad
I think that new Super Six Evo frame is hot stuff.

Sram is for idiots.
Hey! I resent that!
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Hey! I resemble that!
Fixed.
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It looks like a bike.
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Why on earth do they have to ruin that nice looking machine by throwing an F-ing FSA crank on there?
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Why on earth do they have to ruin that nice looking machine by throwing an F-ing FSA crank on there?
FSA OEM cost is about 1/3 of Shimano across the board, that's why.
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FSA OEM cost is about 1/3 of Shimano across the board, that's why.
I'm aware of this, but it still frustrates me.
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Originally Posted by ILUVUK
I'm aware of this, but it still frustrates me.
The major bike manufacturers yawn at comments like this.

Besides, just buy the stupid bike and upgrade the crank later.
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I would also assume this frame is BB30 and FSA has BB30 specific cranksets.
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Originally Posted by Grasschopper
I would also assume this frame is BB30 and FSA has BB30 specific cranksets.
Yes this...

Last year I remember the cdale site putting up their next year bikes moths early. Perhaps they did it again?
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Originally Posted by Velo Gator
It looks like a bike.
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Originally Posted by ILUVUK
Why on earth do they have to ruin that nice looking machine by throwing an F-ing FSA crank on there?
So you don't feel quite as guilting throwing it to one side when you install a Quarq crank?
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Originally Posted by JonnyHK
So you don't feel quite as guilting throwing it to one side when you install a Quarq crank?
1) the quarq would serve a purpose besides being cheap
2) the quarq would actually work without sucking
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Originally Posted by patentcad
The major bike manufacturers yawn at comments like this.
I'm aware of this too, but I like to gripe.
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I'm pretty sure Cannondale has become my favorite major manufacturer, but their paintjobs still suck. Black and white is ok, if you do something with the black, and also with the white.
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