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Bike Profile: Bonnie’s Endurance-focused CAAD10

Bike Profile: Bonnie’s Endurance-focused CAAD10

We’re starting a new feature where we profile a team member and their bike. First up is Bonnie and her endurance-focused Cannondale CAAD10.

Rider Details

Name: Bonnie
Height: 5’ 3”
Weight: 125
Age: 37
Type of Riding: Endurance

Bike Details

Frame: Cannondale CAAD10, size 51cm
Notable Components: Di2 for sure!, Garmin, Stages Cycling Power meter, Lots of reflective tape, Speedplay sweetness, Lots of lights
Bike Weight: No idea.. I like lots of water bottles

The Fit

bonnie-fitBonnie had a Retul fit done to optimize her riding position. At 5’3″, her saddle height is 648mm, her effective seat tube angle is 76 degrees and her handlebar reach is 449mm. You can check out her complete Retul fit sheet (pdf) if you’re curious.

Q&A with Bonnie

What are your rides like: Longer distances used to be my thing.. now probably only 25-40 on average. I’ve decreased my riding substantially since last year at this time. I do a lot of riding in the Southern and Northern Kettles.

What do you like about the bike:
Di2 is super responsive! The finish on the frame never looks dirty, and believe me, it gets dirty. I really like the power transfer.. the bottom bracket reminds me a lot of my SuperSix. I also love my BWerkx decals. 🙂

What would you change about the bike: Hmmm.. Can’t really think of anything at this point.. the tubeless tires haven’t always been great – had two flats so far, but Nick went out of his way to make sure everything got taken care of. (Go figure, right?) Di2 had some issues, but again, it was replaced… I need to get out on this bike and try it out.. its been too long.

The Bike


Bonnie’s complete CAAD10


Mounts for lights and a Garmin (or two).


Reflective tape galore.

Maximum visibility!

Maximum visibility!

Di2 battery and Stages Power Meter

Di2 battery and Stages Power Meter


Check out Nick’s handiwork on this modified long-cage rear derailleur, allowing the use of a 32t cassette

1 Comment

  1. I’m riding a Colnago Prestige with Ultegra Di2, 6770 (10 speed). I’d like to find out more about that rear derailleur modification. I’d love to get a larger rear cog on there. I’m located on Martha’s Vineyard, MA

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