I'm sure I'm going to regret this, but have decided to sell my Cannondale Supersix. I've had it for over 4 years (probably the longest I've had any bike!) and it helped me complete two Etapes du Tour and some Alpine adventures. It's in good nick (I have photoed the small chips on the top tube) - I did cut down the fork steerer a little and installed a new star nut (it has been like this for 3 years with no issues).
Frame: Supersix Evo ballistic nano carbon (there has been a bit of discussion as to whether this was the lightest production frames etc, but it is definitely damn light!)
Fork: Supersix Evo SpeedSave full carbon
Groupset: SRAM Red with Cannondale SiSl2 compact (50/34) chains etc
Wheels: Mavic R-Sys SL (11-32t cassette) - GP4000 tyres (not in great condition, will need changing)
Ritchey WCS carbon bars and seatpost (WCS alloy stem)
It's a size 56 - top tube is 56cm c-c (seat tube is 54cm c-c).
Not sure what it's worth, but was going to stick it up on eBay at £1,500, so how about £1,250 (let me know if I'm way out). Would prefer to sell complete to start with. Pick up from SW4 (evenings/weekends).
Any q's just left me know.
Photos of top tube
Don't do it! You'll get £45o for the SISL2 cranks alone.
That's a stupid bargain.
surly thats not what they are worth lord (the crankset)
nice bike, dibs on white hoods.
price seems fair to me for an evo frameset ( or is this a special one that's equivalent to himod ? ) and cranks don't appear to say sl2 ? )
Hi @Glws - I just noticed that, thanks for pointing it out. It just says Si (but it does have the lighter chainring that came with the SiSl2)
I have just checked and the weight difference between Si and SISl2 crank arms was around 50g for any weight weenies out there.
Also, the Evo Nano Black Inc was the top of the range Supersix frameset (so the equivalent of today's Evo Hi Mod).
I think the nano in the name is to do them being coated rather than painted making them even lighter than the other hi-mod frames even the liquigas team frames. Proper uber bike at the time. This is some high end kit for the money
I think you stop, point, and say ... "nanonanonanonano!" until your nanny gives it to you.
... I would.
Just what Ive been looking for! Keen to buy, could collect tomorrow evening. But am I reading correctly that you hammered a star nut into the carbon steerer?
@hard.hat - I'm afraid I did! As I say, I have been riding it like that for ages, but will understand if that makes a difference to your interest.
Will remove from sale if the star nut poses safety issues
Gotcha. I'll DM
Having read up on the folly of putting a star nut in a carbon steerer, I'm going to remove my Supersix from sale (until I get it sorted).
Sorry for the inconvenience
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