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    Wasnt this what's your HT weigh?

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    For the bikes below ~22 lbs, are you guys able to ride rocky trails without truing up wheels after every 3 rides, etc.?

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    XO kit, Enve wheels with Powertap, Formula brakes, 22lbs.

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    Enve Wheels

    Get a set of Enve composites wheels and you will have nothing to worry about.

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    My Ventana rigid (steel fork) 1x9 weighs about 23.5.

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    23.5 lbs...

    oops... wrong pic:

    damn... one more time:

    Razzo with ZTR Crest, Rocket Rons, and new 1x10 SRAM X9 (this pic pre-X9)
    +++ probably even lighter with a Reba fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevemtu View Post
    That's pretty close to my road bike.

    Single speed? rigid? more details please?
    Yeah, that's pretty close to my road bike as well. Or perhaps more accurately my road bike is pretty close to that, because it's a bit above 18! I'd love to give a bike like that a ride.

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    Stijl Custom Steel: 21.3lbs



    Salsa El Mariachi: 24.9lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldsbar View Post
    For the bikes below ~22 lbs, are you guys able to ride rocky trails without truing up wheels after every 3 rides, etc.?
    Im running the stans arch rims that were hand built with DT spokes. With over 250 miles logged on the bike so far, the wheels look like the day I took them out of the package and checked the true.

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    My medium 2011 Giant XTC 1 weighs about 26# with the following upgrades/changes from stock:

    DT Swiss wheels setup tubeless with Schwalbe NN 2.35/RR 2.25's
    Thomson stem
    XT trail pedals
    Charge spoon saddle
    Enve carbon bars
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    2X10 with heavy Race Face bashguard

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    '07 Paragon 25.5 tubeless, am seat, bars, plus cages and a pump.

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    2012 Specialized Rockhopper Comp 29

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjwil9488 View Post
    My 29er hard tail weights 31lbs. Just curious to see what everyone elseís weighs.
    My 2011 Focus Black Forest 1.0 weighs 26lbs even. Can't wait to get my 2012 Niner EMD 9 frame and chuck all these parts on it. Should be a couple of pounds lighter.

    Fork Rock Shox Reba RL 2012
    Shifters SRAM X.9
    Crankset SRAM S1400 2.2 GXP
    Brakes Avid Elixir 3, hydraulic disc brake 185mm rotor Front / 160mm rotor Rear
    Handlebar Concept EX, Riser, Alloy,640, OS
    Stem Concept EX, ahead,
    Seatpost Concept EX
    Saddle fi'zi:k Tundra 2 K:IUM
    Hubs DT Swiss 370SL, Disc
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    Tires Captain Control 29x2.22 Tubeless


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    Mine weighs 24 pounds even. I have all carbon fiber X0 components on it. Brakes are Avid Elixir carbon fiber ones as well.

    I need to upgrade the wheelset to carbon and probably the crankset with some Carbon XX ones.

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    carbon 29er GAEA at 20.9lbs with Shimano XT groupset, rigid carbon fork...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Addict View Post
    Mine weighs 24 pounds even. I have all carbon fiber X0 components on it. Brakes are Avid Elixir carbon fiber ones as well.

    I need to upgrade the wheelset to carbon and probably the crankset with some Carbon XX ones.
    29er carbon clincher wheelset - 1430g/pair, Novatec hub + Sapim CX-Ray spokes and Sapim nipples, super light?

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    2012 Trek Marlin, the only change I've made is the fork. It went from 35lbs to 31lbs. I can't believe the factory fork weighed 7lbs!




    I just realized that I really don't like how my bike looks in pictures. It looks awesome in person/bike but just doesn't have the same punch in pics.
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    My Hard Eddie 1x10 16.11lb.



    My Hard Eddie build is now at 16.11lb with 1x10 and carbon forks.

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    2012 Northrock XC29

    weighs 33 lbs on the dot. I plan to put a rock shox on it and go tubeless eventually to get me in the <29.99 lbs hopefullyl
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    Niner Air 9 RDO, 20 lbs even. Its a real mountain bike with gears and front squish. It doesn't look like a 29er because the frame is an extra large. This bike is heaps of fun but I frequently get passed by guys (and girls) riding bikes that are 10+ pounds heavier, just saying that because you shouldn't overtrain on bike weight.

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    These threads make my wallet light. Oh, 2011 Talon 29er 1 (16") weighs in at 27.5lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchanceti View Post
    27.5 lbs as pictured:

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/rmplum/5981875853/" title="CIMG3542 by rmplum, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6145/5981875853_1bc6f79afc_b.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="CIMG3542"></a>

    Hopefully a final fighting weight of around 24-25 lbs once I get some proper lightweight wheels and tires on it.
    Out of curiosity. WHAT IS THAT? How much do you weigh? What kind of terrain do you ride? Am I seeing that correctly, a steel cable completing the A frame? Is this a folding bike?

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    Version 1 - 26.5lbs
    Version 2 - I didn't really want to know
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    2012 transition trans am 29
    fox ctd 32 / 120 / 15mm fork
    hope pro 2 / stans flow / straight spokes
    x.7 front brake, juicy 7 rear (180/200)
    Race face deus seatpost
    sdg bel air saddle
    x.9 cranks
    x.7 shifters and der's
    Spec caption front tubeless
    kenda karma rear tubed
    Hope 50mm dh stem
    sunline 780 handlebars
    odi crosstrainer grips

    29.25 lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason.MT View Post
    29er carbon clincher wheelset - 1430g/pair, Novatec hub + Sapim CX-Ray spokes and Sapim nipples, super light?
    Thanks for the info! Sounds like a damn good set up for me. How do you like the Chinese carbon wheelsets? Are they reliable and strong for everyday use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boz View Post
    Niner Air 9 RDO, 20 lbs even. Its a real mountain bike with gears and front squish. It doesn't look like a 29er because the frame is an extra large. This bike is heaps of fun but I frequently get passed by guys (and girls) riding bikes that are 10+ pounds heavier, just saying that because you shouldn't overtrain on bike weight.
    20lbs? Impressive with an XL frame! Looks very nice.

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    2012 Niner Air 9 RDO 20lbs,
    SID World Cup fork, Carbon crown.
    ZTR Race rear wheel, Crest Front
    XTR Shifters/Brakes
    XO Carbon cranks

    Mint ride.! love it.

    Could knock off some weight with lighter seat, but love the Gel seat, and will suck up the 150gm weight penalty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutthroat View Post
    Version 1 - 26.5lbs
    Version 2 - I didn't really want to know
    hahhahaha ya I don't blame you, there. Version 2 is a pak mule (c:

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    SS Fisher Rig is IIRC 23lbs and my Mamasita is 24.5lbs.

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    26 lbs with pedals and cages. Basically stock Superfly with carbon bar and seat post, wheels will drop weight a bit should I get away from stock.

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    A bit too much right now. Mostly stock '12 Jamis Dragon Sport, 17". According to the catalog 31lbs.

    It does seem to ride lighter than that, but some weight loss is in its near future.

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    18 and 21 lbs

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    Trek GF Superfly 2011 xl frame 21.77lbs with xt 785 group set.
    Last edited by Cailas; 08-07-2012 at 03:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossluzz View Post
    20lbs? Impressive with an XL frame! Looks very nice.
    Agreed! It's hard to get a somewhat light bike for those of us who ride XL or larger frames.

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    25.85 pounds - 2011 Stumpjumper Comp - new EC70 bars, Ritchey foam grips, Ritchey Pro stem, Thompson Masterpiece post, 2x10 conversion, Purgatory front, Captain rear. Would love to do new wheels some day, but it rides well and is a blast.
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    Brand new Trek Cobia, 30.14lbs before I change tires and pedals.


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    2011 Giant Talon 29er 1 medium 26.4 lbs. as pictured
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    My Firefly titanium 29er

    fully loaded 1 oz less than 20 pounds. Unbelieveable ride.
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    24lbs

    Mine was 24lbs before I went full suspension

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    This here 21" VooDoo Soukri



    weighs around 28lbs. Not a light build by any stretch. But then I'm a 220lb'er.
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    Nimble 9 (med) 25lb.
    1x9 , flats, 120mm Reba and 2.4 purgatory.
    Not too bad for a steel frame.
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    30lbs, karate monkey, built to resist. Nothing lightweight on it yet..but planning on getting some lighter tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbaileychevrolet View Post
    Out of curiosity. WHAT IS THAT? How much do you weigh? What kind of terrain do you ride? Am I seeing that correctly, a steel cable completing the A frame? Is this a folding bike?
    It's called a Slingshot. Old school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbaileychevrolet View Post
    Out of curiosity. WHAT IS THAT? How much do you weigh? What kind of terrain do you ride? Am I seeing that correctly, a steel cable completing the A frame? Is this a folding bike?
    Go to here for some learnin' up:

    Official Slingshot Bikes Thread

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    My El Mariachi is 25-28 in SS depending on tire selection.
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    GT Zaskar Elite 9r, 19" frame 3x9 drivetrain with SLX/XT components, Juicy 7 hydros, etc. 29 pounds.
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    My 2012 Superfly 100 Elite weighs about 26.2 lbs with pedals. To lose about 2 lbs overall I would have to spend roughly $1,000.
    I weigh 180 lbs at 6'0". To lose 2 lbs I would have to watch what I eat for a couple of weeks and ride more. In terms of dollars I would save about 180 cents a day.

    Seems like an easy choice, until 3:00 in the afternoon comes around and I'm hungry

    Edit: I didn't catch the hardtail in the topic right away. My Redline hardtail weighs 24.4 lbs...
    Last edited by nOOky; 08-09-2012 at 03:29 PM.

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