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Cannondale CAAD10 (2015)

I bought the Caad10 frame as replacement for my old crashed frame in July 2015. First build it up with the DA 7700 group set from the crashed bike and used as winter training bike. After two years of riding upgrade it to Sram R3d and new Mavic R-Sys wheels. After that my ww playground trying to get the weight down as low as possible, while still keeping the bike ridable in (almost) all conditions.

Frame:
CAAD10

Fork/Headset:
CAAD10, susi headset top cap + 5mm spacer

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Quark dzero sram red style (110mm bcd), Kogel BB30 ceramic road version (creaking! sometimes!?)

Pedals:
Dura Ace 9100

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Sram Red, 11-28 cassette, Extralite OctaRamp mc 34-50

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Sram Red

Handlebars/Stem:
3T Superergo (380mm)/ Extralite HyperStem Stealth (110mm -12°)/ 50mm PRO expander (due to fork suddenly cracking fear) + Extralite top cap

Saddle/Seatpost:
Mcfk 5mm setback post/ Prologo Scratch m5 Pas Nack

Brakes:
Sram Red

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic R-Sys / GP5k 25C

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic R-Sys / GP5k 25C

Accessories:
K-Edge Garmin mount + gopro mount for the lezyne light, Garmin Edge 520, Extralite Aliens skewers

More Info:
overall weight 6.780 kg

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. DA7700
  2. Sram Red
  3. Riding 2 Power and getting more aero
  4. -12° UCIllegal
  5. do u actually ride
  6. flush
  7. m5*

Current Stage Info:

Prologo m5 scratch pas nack saddle replacing the old sratch 2 and saving ~50g

Added by pnk. Last updated about 1 year ago.

10 Comments

Shchepinov

Shchepinov says:

Very nice bike dude!

Posted about 2 years ago

pnk

pnk says:

Thx! Throughout the years it grows and grows on me and never stops ^^

Posted about 2 years ago

Shchepinov

Shchepinov says:

This is great. Good luck to you!

Posted about 2 years ago

pellesplendida

pellesplendida says:

Shimano cassette (160 euros) or KMC chain (70 euros) could be the problem. Now I cry like a child
Thank you so much ;-)

Posted about 4 years ago

pellesplendida

pellesplendida says:

Hi, I installed the crank Red Quarq Dzero, I'm worried and desperate. The crank is perfectly centered between NDS and DS sides but the chain line does not seem to be correct ... 36-28, 36-25, 36-25 work very badly. The photos of your Caad show you have the same crank Sram Red Dzero quarq dzero BB30 / BB386. I installed chainring sram red etap, chain kmc SL DLC 11v and cassette 11-28 Dura Ace 9100 ..... maybe that's the problem? With Sram Force 10v I have always used KMC chains and cassette Shimano never problems.

Posted about 4 years ago

pnk

pnk says:

Sorry to hear that its not working jet for you :( With the Extralite chainrings and the sram red casette I use there is no problem with the chainline in the 36:28-25 gears. I even can use 52:28-25 without any chainrubbing. Before I installed the quark crank I had a standard sram red 22 crank installed (130mm bcd). The only thing I adjusted on the gearing when upgrading to the quark was moving the front derailleur a littel bit down and retentioning the FD cabel.
Since we have different chainrings, chains and casettes all of these could be the cause for your problems. If possible I would first check a different cassette and then if possible different chainrings as well. However since these are the original sram chaning rings they should not be the cause of your problems...

Posted about 4 years ago

pellesplendida

pellesplendida says:

you have explained very well. thank you so much

Posted about 4 years ago

pnk

pnk says:

You're welcome! and don not forgett to post your caad here when your build ist done :)

Posted about 4 years ago

pellesplendida

pellesplendida says:

congratulations for the bike.
A question, the crankset quarq dzero have you installed with 13 mm spacer in the drive side and 4.84 mm spacer & preload adjster in the no drive side? You can send me a photo?, I also have to mount it on my caad 10.

Posted about 4 years ago

pnk

pnk says:

First I only installed the 13mm spacer on the drive and the preload adjuster on the non drive side. This setup worked well for the 500k I did with it. However the preload adjuster had to span a relatively wide distance to make the crank-set/ axel free of any side movement. Thus I decided to additionally add a wave washer between the left-/ non drive side crank arm and the preoload adjuster. For this I used one of the wave washers which were inlcuded in the set of spacer for EVO 386 install of the quark. With this imo better setup I've done another 500k and it feels super stiff and secure in place.

HTH and if need I will add a picture as soon as I return to the bike!

Posted about 4 years ago