Sell it to me if too small for you.. thanks
Mudguard mounts make the caad13 so much more appealing.
What will it take with guards if it fits 30mm tyres without?
you could probably make it work with 30s and guards. You can fit a 32c in a 13
Thanks for offer, already have the ugly c2 carbon and specifically after one of these as want matchy matchy with the bars I picked up.
People are bonkers on eBay;
I know which I'll be buying unless I can fine one for a decent price 2nd hand. Bought one for my original brand new for £40 - kicking myself for letting that go with my old bike.
Happy to report that the tiny bike is very comfortable.
Next steps, get rid of those spacers and fit Sram Red 10.
You should be riding a 56
CAAD13 sizing... Still on the large side?
I had a CAAD12 54 but sized down to a 52 which fit better. Am 5'10 but short legs.
The 13's go as a 51 and 54. Similar stack and reach but the bikes slightly longer, and obv the look is pretty different.
I expect I could make either fit fine. Still better to pick the smaller if you're on the fence?
Anyone else owned a 10 or 12, then a 13 and can opine?
I haven't, but it's more rad to have seatpost and long stem right?
In other caad 10 related news, dt 460 and challenge Roubaix (27 mm) appear to fit.
Are the Roubaix true to size? how much clearance? I've been on the lookout for a 10 as a potential replacement for my 9 but don't want to factor in new tyres as I'm on 28's.
the 12 clears 28 though ;)
the 12 clears 28 though ;)
The 12 clears 30’s
Yeah, I keep coming back to the 12 but in the spirit of the forum I'm building a bike around a seatpost and it's 27.2.
TBH if either came up at the right price in my size (54) I'd be interested.
rim brake ? i guess it will depend on you calipers. with dura ace 9000s on mine, it's 28
Ah. Disc brake CAAD12, fair point
If I were to buy a CAAD12 (rim) frame, what would I need to watch out for when swapping bits over from my CAAD10?
It's bb30A instead of bb30, so potential BB adjustements with spacers or different adapter for other cranks
also a 25.4 seatpost, as opposed to a 27.2
As other have said BB and seatpost, I believe the internal routing can be tricky but that may just be on the disc models.
If by any chance your 10 is a 54 potential dibs if you swap!
yes, more difficult on caad12 discs where the rear hydro hose needs to perform a strong bend ariund the bb axle and be zip-tied not to touch it. In a rim version, routing is on a par with any frame with internal routing
Anyone insterested in C-bear Ceramic Bottom Bracket PF30A-86 R. PF30A
For crankset: Rotor 3D+, 3DF, Rex 1, Rex 2, Aldhu/Vegast, INpower and THM clavicula
Fits Cannondale: SuperSix EVO 2016, Slice 2015 onwards, Super X 2019, SystemSix 2019
Had it on cannondale before I split it. Bought new and did 800 miles max so in good nick.
Thanks for the CAAD12 advices @Glws and @rob_g_clarkson.
@Jono84 it's a 58cm with a trademark-CAAD dinged top tube, don't think that's on anyone's wishlist.
Got the heads up from my mate that his neighbour was looking to sell his “old Cannondale” as it was too racy for him. Turns out it was purchased, ridden a couple of times and then put away. Picked up for beer money, I wish I had taken a pic of it when I got it. Came with gel saddle slammed, positive rise stem, mad ergo bars etc. A deep clean revealed a totally mint bike, I am so temped to fire a modern groupset on it, but it would be a shame to not use the original basically unused kit for a while at least.
Those the condor stainless cages? Bike is nice !
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