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    My 2011 caad10-4. I've had her for 6 monts and I'm totally in love with this bike. She's pretty much stock with some SPD pedals I pulled out of the spare parts bin from my mountain bikes. The only thing I'm considering is a wheel upgrade, maybe some RS80's but this bike is 2nd on the totem pole for upgrades. Most of my bike money goes to my FS cross country race steed. I don't feel compelled to go road style with my shoes, since I already own 3 pair of mountain SPD shoes and have 5 sets of Shimano SPD pedals hanging around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jboyd122 View Post
    I don't feel compelled to go road style with my shoes, since I already own 3 pair of mountain SPD shoes and have 5 sets of Shimano SPD pedals hanging around.
    Make them 6 Shimano PD-A600

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    Just to join in on the fun...Brought home a new CAAD10 (4) today as a replacement for my crashed out custom Tsunami.

    I've got her fitted up and will fine tune the fit tomorrow during a ride...though I do wish the headtube was a bit shorter...but such is life.

    Only changes to the bikes make-up so far are Thompson 0 degree seatpost and -17 degree stem, Specialized Romin saddle and Pro bars...And my wheelset will be a Powertap set I've been using for a while.

    It was lighter than expected for the price and components and with a little extra cash down the line could see it dropping another pound or so.
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    I don't really like the alu finish caad 10s but yours is really sweet!

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    Can you tell me what kind of bottle cage those are ?
    Very nice looking bike !

    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpelstielzchen View Post
    It also wasn't my intention to cause a disturbance but as I or Helios said a frame should fit the riders body. Especially your picture didn't look like that but now you explained why. Some people may think that I only talk about asthetics when I criticize the steering position with a positive mounted stem with lots of spacers but that's not true. As being a cc racer for 16 years with lot's of training miles on roadbikes I know the differences in handling. With a steering position like you showed in your picture I never would race down a hill with 60 mp/h, brake latest and lean hard into a tight bend. With the original -6 degree 110 mm stem on my CAAD 10 this also doesn't feel as I like it to be so I'am still waiting (for lot's of weeks) to get 3T stem with 120 mm and -17 degree.

    The weight of my CAAD 10 with this all day/all weather wheel set is 7,5 kg. With an other wheel set (ZTR Alpha, Tune Mig/Mag, CX-Ray, Tune quick release, Dura Ace cassette) getting next week it will be 6,9 kg.

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    Here's a white 2011 to mix it up....

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    The picture did not show up.......??????
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    Here's my new CAAD10! I couldn't be happier with how it rides. I had a synapse carbon in the past, but regardless of the million adjustments the LBS and I made it never felt comfortable to me. I know I need to drop the stem a bit, but for now I really like how it feels. I live in Vail, CO where I do a lot of solo climbing on the bike, so since I don't ride with a huge peloton like I did a few years ago in FL, I don't feel the need to drop the bars to a more aero position right now. I believe I now have it exactly how I want it. The items changed so far are:
    - Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheels (got 20% off as an REI member)
    - Schwalbe Ultremo ZX tires
    - Speed Play Zero pedals
    - Specialized cages
    - And FSA SL-K seatpost and stem (I bought these off a guy who got an evo and was switching out a few parts)
    The only other things I plan to change are the bar tape once the white tape gets too dirty, and the crank at some point. I just got engaged last month as well, so I need to chill out for a bit with the spending...
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    Very nice bike you got there, size 50?
    My next vehicle would be a zamboni
    2012 Super Six (Chorus 11)
    2011 Super Six Team edition (Super Record 11)
    2009 Super Six HM (Super Record 11)
    2007 Systems Six (Record 10)
    2008 Caad 9 (Centaur 10)
    2004 Caad 7 ( sold )
    2000 Caad 3 ( sold )

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    Thank you very much, zamboni! It's actually a 52.

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    Looks really good. I like the colors. BTW, did you notice a different of the vibration after you put FSA Seat post?

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    Thanks, aqualelaki! To be honest, I don't really notice much of a difference. I wasn't even planning on changing out the seatpost or stem until I met a guy who was trying to get rid of both from his evo. He gave me an amazing deal, so I figured if I could save a tiny bit of weight, plus have a full carbon and cool looking seatpost, why not?! If you're looking to pay full price for the SL-K seatpost, I would save your money and put it elsewhere on your bike. Not worth full price, but at the price I got it for, definitely worth it.

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    That's a sweet setup. With the Elite wheels, Speedplays and matching SL-K post and stem, it really looks sharp. Ride it well.

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    golfwizzzzz, I like how you kept it 2 tone with just white and black. The water bottles are killing it. :-)

    Everest17, I have no reason to change my stock RS10's and Schwalbe's. However, your upgrade is so damn hot.
    11' Cannondale CAAD10
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    Finally finished my build. Thing is down to 15lbs 5oz, I can't beleive how responsive the bike is. Especially out of the saddle climbing. What a fun ride.

    Some build highlights: Velocity A23 wheels w/Zipp hubbs, SRAM RED Cassete & derailleur, Specialized Romin Carbon Saddle, Thomson Masterpiece Seatpost, KCNC TI Skewers, Ritchey c260 Stem.
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    Is there a recommended place to buy new groupsets?

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    Here is an updated photo with my race wheels and new top cap for my headset (i.e. lower stem).

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    Hi everyone

    Was up last night looking at other CAADs and thought I would put mine up. 15.75 as sits... don't worry GT40 cages on the way.http://forums.roadbikereview.com/ima...s/thumbsup.gif
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    I will post more pics with other wheelset soon

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    My new / used 10 .

    I just - 10 mins ago- bought this off Ebay minus the crankset.
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    PS: Owner said It was raced 3 races and has a couple of small-small dents on the down tube. I wouldn't tell you how much I paid 'cause I don't want any jealousy. I'm so psyched. I do need to buy a new/used crankset- any suggestions? I'm thinking Ultegra.

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    My new / used 10 .

    Check it out- just got it off Ebay for a song- minus the crankset. Any idea of a good replacement under $250? Thanks
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    I'm going to increase my riding so I can wear out my parts. All these nicely modified CAAD10's are making my stock one look like a Huffy.
    11' Cannondale CAAD10
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronr2004 View Post
    Check it out- just got it off Ebay for a song- minus the crankset. Any idea of a good replacement under $250? Thanks
    How strict is your budget? Niagara Cycle Works has a Sram Red 50-34, 172.5mm for $270.
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listi...&condition=new

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    This was my graduation present to myself after finishing my PhD. Here's my 2012 CAAD10 5. It's bone stock except for 105 pedals and el-cheapo Amazon bottle cages. After a few hundred miles, me and the saddle still aren't getting along, so I'll probably swap that out.

    I got into cycling right before grad school after being a mountain biker for a long time, and was dirt poor and picked up a Specialized cyclocross bike on craigslist that I had been riding as a road bike for the past 6 years. So this is my first "real" road bike. So far I freaking love it!! I can't believe the night and day difference between it and a 12 year old cyclocross bike. Much lighter, much faster, and a much better ride.

    Not planning any upgrades anytime soon, just going to ride the hell out of it for now. Maybe some new wheels next season.
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