120mm enve stem with TVR style decal glossy finish £160
25.4 cannondale speedsave matching carbon seatpost £80
Both painted only a few months ago
Raw carbon finish with glossy lacquer.
Just what your cannondale needs
Can we have a pic of full build? Looks pretty HH
All I have to hand
Oooft lovely stuff. Can I ask what brand the chain rings are?
woow really nice bike indeed! GLWS
Ooof, very nice indeed. Definitely get some snaps of the full build before you sell stem and sp. Looks sexy
Mate, you go through more stems and seatposts than me! What you replacing them with?
Haha I’ve got an extralite -12 120mm stem and want an inline seatpost. Just can’t decide which one
how odd, I had an identical rim brake version of that
assume that was yours originally too?
That's a bling turbo setup there
Sounds like you had good taste 😉
bike is way to nice to be sitting on a turbo!!!
better full build shots would be appreciated!
That's a lovely clean workshop. I like the wood cladding on the walls, have thought about doing similar. I like the plumbed in compressor too. Is this your home set up?
Sorry, don't mean to derail thread.
Thanks @Naedauhsoj those extralite rings look good on the red cranks. I've never liked the sram rings on my red cranks, think I'll go with extralite when current ones wear out.
But it’s raining
Ha, I wish! no, that’s target composites who stripped and refinished the frame
Ha! I did think it looked very pro!
What's the thinking behind the back to front seatpost clamp?
Ah see, I've just picked an s-works inline (FYI there's one on ebay at the mo). Probs to be selling my Deda Superleggera...
Somebody from the Cannondale thread will be along soon.....
These are delightful.
That’s how they fit, no choice
Is it not to prevent road grit etc effecting it?
Sworks look noice.
Few choices for a 25.4 inline but don’t really wanna spend over £200
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