Cannondale Supersix Evo HM 2012

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  • C'est beau. Thanks for a provisional confirmation of the tyre clearance.
    And those cranks...oh... I think I need to set a search alarm on all the eBays, unless you're selling yours?

  • Le swag, nice build.
    However, how on earth does this "need" to be lighter ? It must climb very ably already.

  • There is a wheelset for sale on the forum atm.

  • my wife has a 2014 SSE HM and it won't take anything wider than 23mm on the back (GP5000 on Kinlin XR31T rims). The forks will accept a 25mm GP5000.

  • Daym. Not what I was expecting, but thanks for the confirmation.
    Kinlin is 19/24mm width according to the internet. What does the rear tire actually measure on it?

  • To add to that, my 2015 also won't fit anything bigger than 23 in the back, but 25 in the fork is fine. That's on 28mm external, 19.5mm internal rims.

  • The LB rims I am talking about are these

    I can take a picture with the wheels in the frame and tyres mounted. It did rub the frame once when I had a flat, but looking at the pictures of yours, it once happened before.

    And sorry to say the SI cranks will not be for sale soon, I do want to upgrade to SISL2, but that will only happen when I find some fair priced ones.

  • Hey, these are the very same rims I'm after. Some pictures would be nice if you have a moment to spare. Thanks

  • I have Si arms (no axle) you can have for a close to zero sum, they are 175mm though.
    Think i have a new set of bb30 spacers too, maybe bearings.

  • I have bearings that will not be used. You can have em for shipping!

  • Interesting to see how the geo has changed over the years. Seems to be same in terms of general dimensions, so hopefully will fit fine and I won't need a 52 frame.


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  • I have a set of 172.5 mm Si cranks, axle assy, washers, and choice of first-gen SpiderRing race double or 110 mm BCD spider — all surplus to my needs. They were fitted to my own SS Evo HM. Any use to you?

  • Combined the potential wheel options into one chart to have a bit of overview.
    Your thoughts are mucho appreciated.
    So far I'm inclined towards the cheapest wheelset tbh.
    Anyone got connections/means to get some discounts off Elite wheels/light bicycles/winspace?


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  • I wouldn't go for 28mm external rim on this frame.

  • Many thanks for the input, that's what I was thinking too. 18/25 width w 25 (hopefully) or 23 tyres.

    As it stands now I'm inclined to go with the cheapest wheelset as it's the cheapest, dimensions fit, and it got a decent review off Hambini on YT.

    Saved budget would allow for nice tyres and finishing kit with some moneys left towards the axs groupset.

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