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    My camber weight 29lbs. Over the holidays she ate a little too much and gained a dropper a post. Gonna take her to the gym and go tubeless and get new wheels. Hopefully she can be back down to a healthy weight of 26 lbs soon.

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    2010 Niner Rip 31 lbs.
    2009 Garyfisher Cobia 32.5 lbs
    2011 Niner EMD full rigid 22.5 lbs
    1983 Ross Custom Deluxe Mtb
    2009 GF Cobia
    2011 NINER EMD
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    As of this morning:
    '12 Spearfish 2 (large frame)
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    27.5#
    Will be trimming more fat as the weeks go by and $$ comes in.
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    2012 GT Karakoram 3.0
    2012 Salsa Spearfish 2
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    2011 Niner EMD.. bunch of Carbon and Loaded Wheels 25.6 lbs in a medium

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    2012 Salsa Horsethief 30 lbs with pedals and rockshox reverb
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    2011 Specialized stumpjumper comp 29er stock 24.5 lbs w/o pedals

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    Large 2011 Superfly 100 with some goodies is
    at 25.6 pounds.

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    Giant XTC 2 29er 28 lbs stock
    Host of new parts on order hope to get it dowm some.
    Giant XTC 2 29er
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    Neon Bow Trials Bike
    Norco Fluid 9.2 29er FS
    Norco BIGFOOT FATTY

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    Cannondale 1FG full XTR and stans crest - 20.8#
    Trek Stache 8 XT and stans flow - 25.7#
    Salsa El Mariachi rigid - 24.5#

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    Moots Mooto-X= 23
    Chromag Surface=28.5
    Future Banshee Prime.........stay tuned!

    Wow,some of those xc sub 20's are pretty interesting but they would be all hat no cattle in these parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock View Post
    13.91lbs. on Race wheels but 14.7lbs when just riding and training on some Crests.
    What's the gearing on this thing, 22x20? Crazy light though

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    My Rigid SS G29 weighs in at 28.5lbs with bottle cages. Liking it enough to start upgrading after the holidays. Tubeless, carbon bars, fork, seat post & seat oughtta lighten things up some.

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    large xtc. dropper, bomber fork and stock wheels so it comes in at ~30lbs.

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    2010 Niner Rip 9 28.3
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoats View Post
    Moots Mooto-X= 23
    Chromag Surface=28.5
    Future Banshee Prime.........stay tuned!

    Wow,some of those xc sub 20's are pretty interesting but they would be all hat no cattle in these parts.
    It's the Indian, not the arrow.

    Plenty of bro-brah "AM" riders get smoked on downhills by fast "XC" riders on HTs and short travel FS bikes. Guys like Nino Schurter and Marco Fontana would probably blow anyone you know out of the water...on a hardtail.

    Weight =/= strength. My ENVE wheels will outlast your AL wheels, guaranteed.

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    I'm no weight weenie but I am so tired of hearing about how these light weight bikes would disintegrate after one down hill "in my neck of the woods". Light weight parts are expensive because they are 1) in demand, 2) difficult to manufacture and 3) made of higher quality/modern materials. It's easy to make a part lighter. It is difficult to make a part lighter and just as strong as its "AM" counterpart. Some of the cheapie lightweight parts are going to break but most of those come from fleabay where you ultimately get what you pay for. How many sets of Enve wheels does Peaty go through in a season of DH I wonder?
    "Your opinion may vary, but it's stupid." -Rich Dillen

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    Canfield Nimble 9 Large 1x9 27.5lbs with 120mm fork and 780 bars.


    On the blowing light xc bikes up you have to account rider weight in there. My roommate weighs 125lbs and ride 22-24 lbs XC bikes on the same trails I ride my bike and they live. But there is a 60lb weight difference between the two of us. Also he is a pro racer so his lines and skill make it so he can ride that bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    Weight =/= strength. My ENVE wheels will outlast your AL wheels, guaranteed.
    On average, probably. But they can break - a friend of mine has done it. He's smooth, skilled, average sized, and meticulous about his gear but broke one with a pinch flat.
    "Back off, man. I'm a scientist." - Dr. Peter Venkman

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    30lbs and for sale (see signature)


    26.3lbs of heavy duty 4130 Cro-Mo and One Effing Gear
    Former bicycle mechanic for 8 years, current soil scientist.

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    On one scandal 26lb 15oz

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    22.5 lbs of fall 29er goodness
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    Large Stumpy FSR Comp 28.5 pounds.


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    Large 2012 Niner RIP9 weighs in at 31,5 lbs with Fox Talas 34 FIT RLC, Ergons, Maverick Speedball dropper post, bigger WTB seat, and pedals.

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    2011 Gary Fisher Sawyer, steel, rigid, 1x10, SLX/XT build
    27.1 lbs

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    My Lapierre Pro Race 229 weighs 12.8kg

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    The gearing is 22x12 which is the same as 32x17 1.8 to 1.
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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