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Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi Mod Black 54cm

£2,000

Not negotiable

2015 Frameset and groupset for sale, but wheels & pedals not included

Cannondale Hi Mod Evo Nano model frame 54cm (top of the carbon range)
Cannondale Spidering SISL2 39-53 175mm crankset
DuraAce Front and rear mechs,
DuraAce brakes and shifters,
Ultegra Chain & Cassette 12-25 I believe,
3T Rotundo Pro alloy bars (42?)
3T120mm Arx Pro stem,
Thompson in-line seatpost
Selle Italia SLR seat.

For reference, I'm 5'10", and fits me fine. Good condition very lightweight

My Strava registers just short of 3000km on this bike. Nothing really, and not all of that was on this cassette and chain. I used to use it for weekend rides and I configured it for a half Ironman last year with tri bars and forward facing seatpost. I love this bike, the frame is so stiff and powerful with the spidering. Great all rounder, it flies up hills compared to my Caad10.

It's been a reluctant decision to come to, but I'm selling it because keeping it and not using it cannot be justified. I have three push bikes, four if you include my motorbike. I used to commute everyday by pedal power, but a new job further away forced change so now I use the motorbike. On top of this, after the whole of last year training for triathlon etc, 2017 has been lazy in comparison, with all my weekend cycling dwindling off to nothing and being replaced by motorbike blasts instead! I've decided that when I do get back into it all, I'll keep my other two, so the posh one has to go.

A couple of things you should note, first off, only accepts mechanical gearset, not electric. The wheels are not for sale, though you do get the cassette. I'll also be taking off the Garmin timing gear, and holder. It has a couple of age related marks around the frame and on the chainring, I spray painted the 3T bars black to stealth the front end more, and I trimmed down the steerer tube. I can measure it if you want to know what's left, but the photo's should give you enough of an idea of the condition of the bike.

Mechanically it is sound, it's a great ride, and if you know your bikes, you know this is a good frame to have.

Please, no timewasters, silly offers or fussy buyers. I know what this is worth I've explained everything, and the photos are good so should show everything, (even the dust it's been collecting). 3000kms is low mileage!

To a reasonable distance and if fuel is covered to some degree, I can deliver.