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Cervelo SuperProdigy (CSC team colors)

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Cervelo SuperProdigy / 58cm / 2004

Ritchey WCS Logic II / Ritchey 4-Axis Matrix Carbon

Ritchey Carbon Comp 1" / Chris King

Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-way

Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-way

2012 SRAM Red

Selle Italia SLR Superflow / Ritchey WCS Carbon

Shimano Ultegra / 2012 SRAM Red

2012 SRAM Red

2012 SRAM Red

Cervelo SuperProdigy 58cm CSC Team color, rebuilt with the new 2012 SRAM Red drivetrain and Ritchey components. Fulcrum Racing Zero 2-way wheels and, of course, a Chris King headset.

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nice!

great work on this build, nice to see a SP with a (super)modern build, i miss mine just about every day...such a great frame, amazingly light for steel! enjoy!

Yeah, too bad I missed

Yeah, too bad I missed buying yours. I thought I liked the black ones better but this red one is growing on me. I might even like it better than the black one now.

Sizing?

You have both a 54 and 58? Why? New red looks sweet btw
haegan

Re: sizing

These are hard to find! 54 is too small for me but that's all I could find initially so I bought it anyway last year. I just found this 58 frame in Colorado (which actually is the right size for me) a couple of weeks ago and just completed the rebuild yesterday.

what are your thoughts on

what are your thoughts on the new red?

re: the new Red

I can't compare to the previous Red since I have only ridden Shimano prior to this but I REALLY like the shifting so far compared to anything I have ever ridden.

Front yaw

It is a little tricky to get the front derailleur dialed in exactly right but once you do, it's really nice not having to trim.



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