Oh, you're donating it to me, how very kind of you!
I showed you where you can buy frameset thats not green.
You getting a synapse is mega lols though.
Find me a better bike for a better price...
I won my biggest stuff on an ugly Triathlon bike so I've got form for function over form. :P
I did that too! #probuyer
Btw if you fancy a holiday this is a lovely part of the country: http://globeracers.com/ultrabob2015/
56 Synapse Hi Mod Disc frameset in grey is £999 at Evans
Pauls have a synapse disc frame set on sale. I think
Well, kinda. 54cm only
I also live in New Zealand at the moment, which makes acquiring bikes a little tricky
before i get the hollowgrams fitted I want to make sure I have got the cabling perfect - ie no rubbing of gear cables on the disc cable outer, and no rubbing of the disk cable on the bb30 axle. @dick which routing did you perfect first? and I take it right shifter/rear derailleur = entry on the drive side of the dt, with left shifter/front derailleur entry on the left?
eurgh I'm so jealous of all your CAAD10s :(
'tempted to get one of those caad10 discs just to give them a try.. i've read the last 20 pages so far and not sure if i want to punish myself with the issues installing disc brakes/rotors/etc.. as i really dont know anything about them.,..
Still getting a bit jealous though! might get one from evans maybe for a future project..
Cable routing aside, seems like you could put a nicely sized whale in there
Disc brakes aren't that complicated really, the learning curve is a shallow one.
Until you pop a piston out then get dot fluid in your eye.
^ don't do this, people
Think I've read a race report from that. Traffic sounds 'interesting'.
Cheers, yeah think that's the one that amey pointed out in the TransAm thread.
Just got the missus to have a look at my shortlist of bikes and pick the best looking... because that's what it's coming down to at the moment. I have no idea which to go for, there's usually not so much in it when I buy a bike but there's so much variation in the frames/bikes that fit me for this purpose.
I contacted Cannondale directly and got nothing, then called a few sites that had variants of the cranks and they didn't have them. Obvious or not, I didn't actually check for nearby dealers. Evans are a dealer and they can order the stuff in. Cheers.
£65 for each arm
£120 for the spindle and bearings
About another £100 for Spiderings but I don't need these.
wtf did not realise they were that cheap RRP
This is for the SI crank stuff not the SISL2 stuff, if that makes any difference.
SISL2 doesn't work with shorter 104mm spindle.
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