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[VIC] 40% off Cannondale SuperSix Evo Dura Ace for $4099 (Was $6799) @ Bike Force Docklands

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2018 Cannondale SuperSix Evo with Dura Ace running out at $4099 (RRP: $6799). Save 40% or $2700.

Sizes available: 44, 48, 50 and 56.

Superseded model with top end specifications at an amazing price. Not for everyone but thought it might be of interest for those wanting to upgrade to Dura Ace and Carbon wheels.

Here is a review:
https://www.bikeradar.com/reviews/bikes/road-bikes/cannondal...

FRAME
SuperSix EVO, BallisTec Carbon, Di2 Compatible, SAVE, PressFit BB30

FORK
SuperSix EVO, BallisTec Carbon, SAVE, integrated crown race, 1-1/8" to 1-1/4" steerer

REAR SHOCK
N/A

RIMS
Cannondale HollowGram Si Carbon Clincher, 17mm inner, 35mm deep

HUBS
Cannondale HollowGram, sealed bearing, QR, 18h (F), 24h (RR)

SPOKES
HollowGram double butted 1.8/2.0

TIRES
Vittoria Corsa 700x25c

PEDALS
N/A

CRANK
Cannondale HollowGram Si, BB30a, OPI SpideRing 52/36

CRANK OPTION
N/A

BOTTOM BRACKET
Cannondale Alloy PressFit30

CHAIN
Shimano HG701, 11-speed

REAR COGS
Shimano Ultegra R8000, 11-28, 11-speed

FRONT DERAILLEUR
Shimano Dura-Ace 9100, braze-on

REAR DERAILLEUR
Shimano Dura-Ace 9100

SHIFTERS
Shimano Dura-Ace 9100

HANDLEBAR
Cannondale C1 Ultralight, 7050 Alloy, Compact

GRIPS
Cannondale Bar Tape w/Gel, 3.5mm

STEM
Cannondale C1 Ultralight, 2014 Alloy, 31.8, 6 deg. w/ integrated Garmin Mount

HEADSET
SuperSix EVO, 1-1/4" lower bearing, 25mm carbon top cap

BRAKES
Shimano Dura-Ace 9100

BRAKE LEVERS
Shimano Dura-Ace 9100

SADDLE
Fi'zi:k Antares R5 w/ K:ium Rail

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    Great bike. Shame there are limited sizes (44cm, 48cm, 50cm, 56cm)

  • +1 vote

    I had no idea push bikes could be so expensive! And this one is cheap! Clicking onto your website there's a bike worth $17k?!?
    That's decent motorbike/cheap car territory!

    I'm the first to admit I know nothing about bikes… but holy crap!

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      Dw. I agree lol

      What can a bike that costs thousands offer more than say…a Kmart $100 bike ?

      • +3 votes

        Not recommending that everyone goes out and buys expensive bikes but brakes on cheap bikes are often terrible. Doesn’t matter on flat bike paths but if you’re going down hills or on road, it’s worth spending a bit of money

      • -1 vote

        i find there is a sweet spot about $1500 that bikes with nice running gear and frame, disc brakes, etc, after that it’s a bit of diminishing returns.

        but kmart bikes ….not pleasant to ride due to weight , brakes, smoothness of gear shift.

      • +3 votes

        Cheap Kmart bikes tend to be heavy and therefor slower. A $4000 bike won’t be amazingly better but it’s like Hyundai vs BMW, a lot of people see the value in not choosing the cheapest bike possible. Ultimately every car goes 100kmph and every bike gets you to your destination, it’s just how comfortably you get there

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          I was thinking someone would compare a car. But the difference with a car and a bike is, a car has so many more components mechanically and technically compared to a bike and the price differences in a 'budget' car brand vs. an 'expensive' car brand are somewhat more justified.

          Also, good to know some of the differences now in a cheaper bike compared to a high priced one :)

          • +1 vote

            @Danstar: Economies of scale.

            I spend around 10 hours on my bike a week, so happy to spend the money on something I love. I used to waste much more money drinking at bars once a week.

      •  

        Likely a few grams reduction. :)

        I find any decent mountain/hybrid bike with a aluminium framework to suite daily commute for short distance/bike path. Can be bought for $500-800.

  •  

    oh well, $400k 911 GT3 in a 40 school zone too, money is not an issue, there are people out there that dont mind the price tag.

    at least the 911 is capable of 40km/h… whilst these are probably doing at most 40-50km/h on a 80km/h+ freeway…

  •  

    $4k for a DA groupset bike without disc brakes is about right at the moment if not in the expensive side. Check the post from last month with Avanti Corsa Team (I think) for $2990. Bikes without disc brakes are about to be sent to the museum!

    Edit; here's the link
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/474914

    • +4 votes

      Interesting comparison - Avanti vs Cannondale.

      Almost like comparing a Kia with a Honda. Both cars have 4 wheels and 1.8L engine but one costs more….

      • +1 vote

        Cos cars have many more components compared to a bike.

        • -1 vote

          That makes no sense. A Honda isn't more expensive than a Kia since they both have more components than a bike, that doesn't even come into it.

      • +1 vote

        Pretty sure Avanti rep would say the opposite.
        The two brands are very comparable. In fact one could say Cannondale specialise in Aluminium, where their best models are, and their carbon bikes are an after thought.

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      not sure why you got negged ….. bikes without discs, i wouldn’t buy a bike without discs again.
      i didn’t send my bike without discs to the museum, it was ebay no reserve auction ….

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        It's not as simple as discs being better than rim brakes though. Rim brakes are generally lighter and more aerodynamic with less chance of drag, which are all very appealing reasons to have them on a road bike, and why most road bikes still use rim brakes.

        Provided you're not after absolute top speed and weight reduction though, discs are better.

    • +1 vote

      I just spent 5k on a bike with rim brakes.

      I dont ride in the wet, discs are half a kilo heavier, less aero, $500 more expensive, and more of a pain (imo) for maintenance. If rim is good enough for the pros at 100kmh down descents, its good enough for me.

  • +2 votes

    This is a good price for full DA and carbon frame, I've worked in bike shops and this is likely around what they paid wholesale (when the bike first came out, probably got it discounted as last years stock).

    Those who are comparing sub $1k bikes with this have no idea what they are missing out on. Unless you have been on a racing level bike you really don't have anything to compare to.

    This bike is likely for people who race or commute every day. $4k for a mode of transport suddenly doesn't seem as much when you don't have to pay for fuel and very little for maintenance.

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    I was wondering if you could let me know what the weight of a size 56 bike is? Thanks

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