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2007 Cannondale System Six

Dad dropped a box on the frame. cracked the top tube. bike dead.

Frame:
56cm Cannondale System Six - BSA Frame

Fork/Headset:
System Six Full Carbon/System Six manufactured by FSA, Cannondale EVO Si Compression Plug

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Rotor 3D 130 BCD/Shimano Dura Ace SM-BB7900

Pedals:
Look Keo Blade Titanium Axle 16nm

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Stronglight CT2 53/39/KMC X10SL/Ultegra Cassette 11-25

Derailleurs/Shifters:
SRAM Red Black Rear/SRAM Rival Front - Clamp On/SRAM Red/Alligator I-Link Fully Sealed Gear Cable

Handlebars/Stem:
Easton EC90 SLX 40cm/Easton EC90 SL 130mm +-10degrees/Fizik Superlight 2mm Microtex Bar Tape, White

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Arione R1/Thomson Masterpiece 31.6 X 350mm - Titanium Bolts/KCNC SC9 Seat Post Clamp, KCNC Seatpost Grip

Brakes:
SwissStop Black Brake Pads/TRP R960 CNC Alloy Brake Calipers/Alligator I-Link Fully Sealed Brake Cable

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Training - Shimano Ultegra Hub/Mavic Open Pro Couche Dure Rims/DT Swiss Competition Spokes - 32 Spoke, 3 Cross Lacing/Continental Grand Prix 4000 23mm Poser Wheels - Shimano Dura Ace Hub/Ambrosio Nemesis Tubular Rim/DT Swiss Competition Spokes - 32 Spoke, 2 Cross Lacing/Continental Gatorskin Tubular

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Training - Shimano Ultegra Hub/Mavic Open Pro Couche Dure Rims/DT Swiss Competition Spokes - 32 Spoke, 3 Cross Lacing/Continental Grand Prix 4000 23mm Poser Wheels - Shimano Dura Ace Hub/Ambrosio Nemesis Tubular Rim/DT Swiss Competition Spokes - 32 Spoke, 2 Cross Lacing/Continental Gatorskin Tubular

Accessories:
2 X Arundel Mandible Carbon Bottle Cages Oil Slick K-Edge Garmin Mount

More Info:
Dad dropped a box on the frame. cracked the top tube. bike dead.

Added by greasethecheese. Last updated over 2 years ago.

As of over 2 years ago, greasethecheese has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

25 Comments

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

Thanks, Dad!

Posted over 2 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

hahaha he's a big clumsy fella sometimes. its okay I got a cross bike out of the whole deal through insurance though.

Posted over 2 years ago

rexzxh

rexzxh says:

RIP```` Such a nice build!

Posted over 2 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

Jesus christ

Posted about 6 years ago

Robert3210

Robert3210 says:

It looks great already, but do you have any pics of it finished?

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

sorry mate, not finished yet but its getting close. I'll get a nice photo up when its all done.

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

oh man, box section tubulars. you know how to hit the soft spot in my heart, nothing cooler than box section tubbies

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

thanks man, I sure do love them. Makes me want to build up a set of Mavic Reflex tubbies too. Box section rims just look so damn good.

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

I would love a power meter like yours, that is probably going to be the next purchase

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

powertaps are pretty cheap these days (compared to many other power meters).

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

yeah I think I've seen Open Pro's laced to a powertap for about 900 Australian $'s for the rear wheel, wouldn't mind it at all.

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

yeah, 900 really cant be beat. plus no sensors strapped to your frame!

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

true true, but riding any Cannondale is like being on a moving billboard anyway

Posted about 6 years ago

marito1507

marito1507 says:

looking really good!!

Posted about 6 years ago

kreyziest

kreyziest says:

this looks sweet

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

cheers mane

Posted about 6 years ago

imran

imran says:

wow... cant wait for the fully build... would love see this with black saddle...

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

Nah man, white saddles are where its at.

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

sexii

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

that chubby stem plus the fact that its a system6 = stiffest bike known to man

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

hahaha, love me some chubby stems. I don't think they made System Six stems in 130mm or else I would be running one of them instead, but the Easton is probably just as stiff anyway

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

yeah theyre both significantly chubby! is your bottom bracket threaded?

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

yes, this frame not having BB30 is a bit of a shame and a blessing at the same time. It would be cool to run Hollowgrams like my Saeco but pressfit bearings are so annoying to install and you can't really beat Shimano's threaded 68mm external BB's for durability, price and ease of installation. SRAM external BB's are pretty crummy and I'm not a giant fan of their cranks either so I will either be going for a FSA SLK crank, or a Rotor one which explains the Shimano BB against the SRAM groupo

Posted about 6 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

ahh, i didnt realize they made system6's with both. but i understand, i feel a bit vulnerable with bb30. i know i can work on every part of my bike at my house, except the bottom bracket. dont have the tools, nor am i brave enough to try.

Posted about 6 years ago

greasethecheese

greasethecheese says:

yeah I know what you mean. Some people are game enough to smack those bearing outs with a screwdriver but I'm not one of them, especially with the tolerances in the machining for the original BB30 shells being very specific and exact. It would really suck if you eventually had a permanent creaky noise coming from your BB because of your own handy work.

Posted about 6 years ago