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  1. #326
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    2014 Epic Expert Carbon World Cup 24 lbs even

    After a few changes, my size large Epic World Cup weighs 24 lbs even in rideable form. Parts upgrades include Easton EC70 Wide Light 720mm bar, Thomson X4 100 x 10 degree rise stem, ESI Chunky Grips, Easton EC90 Zero Seatpost, Romin Expert Evo Saddle 155mm (pictures show a 155 mm Phenom Comp), 2.3 Ground Control Front and 2.0 Captain Rear tires both control casing and run tubeless, two carbon bottle cages, and S.W.A.T mini tool, XTR 970 pedals. This bike weighed 24lbs stock and I got it down to 23 lbs even before I switched the stock tires. The weight penalty on the tires was pretty significant, but the performance on the trails here in Colorado is worth it.

  2. #327
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    2014 Niner Rip 9 sz Medium

    3 Star build (Full XT)
    Shimano XT trail pedals
    Roval Control Carbon wheels w/ Schwalbe NoNo 2.35 tubeless
    Rock Shox Pike 140mm

    28.7lbs ready to ride as seen in pic. The weight seems much more balanced than my Fuel EX8 29er did. Very pleased!
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    2014 Niner RIP 9
    Full XT
    Rock Shox Pike 140
    Roval Control Carbon

  3. #328
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    2013 Epic Marathon carbon 29er.
    After pedals, pump, and saddle bag.
    24.4 lbs stock in a large frame, bathroom scale.
    I go up.....then I go down.

  4. #329
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    Re: Your 29er weight

    My Stumpy FSR Comp comes in at 27.14 Your 29er weight-uploadfromtaptalk1401063790940.jpg

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    Stumpy FSR Comp 29er
    SC Bronson C

  5. #330
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    29 porky pounds. Single speed but heavy wheels and steel frame. Someday I'll get a lightweight machine. Not until I'm a lightweight motor though.

  6. #331
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    Re: Your 29er weight

    28.99 today. Waiting on carbon bars, lighter saddle, and lighter grips. Probably 28.5 after that. Might go back to eggbeaters too, which will be closer to 28 even (with dropper). Not bad if you ask me

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  7. #332
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    Your 29er weight

    A little bit more lighter 24.52 pounds.

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    I soon a change the cassette frm sram 1050 to 1090 I'm gone shave 200 gr and change the pedal for some xpedo another 200gr that's gone take me to low 23rd After that is gone be , raceface next sl crank another 200 gr. maybe I hit 22 pound My goal. Stay tune for updates.
    Last edited by protsi; 05-26-2014 at 06:13 PM.

  8. #333
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    2012 Stump Jumper Comp 29er HT

    Wen't tube less with Light Bicycle Carbon rim's 28 hole front and rear Chris King Hubs DT SWISS Comp spokes DT SWISS alloy nipples.
    ENVE Sweep 740 mm Carbon bar.
    Specialized 27.2 Carbon seat post.
    Just a little under 24 pounds.
    Next change will be:
    Thomson 70 mm Stem.
    Specialized Phenom Pro Carbon rail saddle.
    1 x 10 Drive Train (that should shed a pound).
    Hope to get close to 23 pounds when done.
    Running Captain Control 2.20 up front and Renegade Control 1.95 in rear a bit heavy may change to lighter tires.
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    it's getting there.
    2015 Flyxii / ENVE /Chris King Carbon 29'er H.T.
    SRAM XX1
    2012 Stump Jumper Comp 29'er H.T. SRAM XX1
    1997 Rock Hopper / Rock Shox Recon Silver / 1 x 10 SRAM X9 XO Mix XT V Brake system

  9. #334
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    ... none of my bikes werer built with weight savings in mind ... I built them to be trail bikes so they better be able to take a bit of abuse. Each do have carbon bars for feel, not weight. Each are 1x ... cranks are all 175mm (2 stylo, 1 slx). Each have Stan's Flow wheels set-up tubeless.

    12' Transition TransAM 29'er (steel ht: rock shox reba 120mm) ... 27lbs
    12' Transition Bandit29 (full-sus: rock shox rev 140mm) ... 29lbs
    13' On-One Inbred 29 SS (steel ht: rock shox reba 100mm) ... 28lbs
    '12 Transition Bandit29
    '14 Kona Big Unit
    '94 Kona Explosif

  10. #335
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    XL Kona Hei Hei 1X10 = 24 lbs.

  11. #336
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    2013 Scott Spark 940 Aluminum frame
    Size: Large
    XT Brakes and Rotors (M785)
    XT Shifters (M780)
    XT Pedals (M780)
    XT Wheelset (WH-M785)
    Maxxis Ardent 2.25 EXO TR
    running Tubeless
    Ergon GE1 grips

    25.4 lbs

    Your 29er weight-img_1514small.jpg

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    2013 Stumpy Comp = 25 lbs.

    It's completely stock except for the 1x10 mod using a Raceface ring. Pedals are Crampon Ultimate

    Last edited by HobieWan; 07-21-2014 at 04:31 AM. Reason: pedal upg

  13. #338
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    2013 Specialized Carve Comp 23" frame, DX pedals 27lbs.

  14. #339
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    06 Kona Stinky Deluxe
    08 Gary Fisher X-Cal
    01 Jeep Cherokee Sport, locked, lifted, and loaded

  15. #340
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    rotating mass

    Quote Originally Posted by Flash29r View Post
    My Lrg '12 Flash carbon 3 which is at 21 with the light weight RaRa's with tubes. I am guessing I could do maybe 20 if I go tubeless, just not ready to make the transition. I could have got lighter bars and seatpost, but I wanted the SL-K logo with the green K to match the color scheme of the rest of the frame. I could not find green K cranks. Candy 13 pedals. Wheels and fork were not stock either. I changed from the Sun/Ringle' Inferno's and went with a carbon XLR 100 fork. I am content with the weight.Attachment 871663
    Rotating mass is where weight loss is most effective. Tubes? Really?

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    My Specialized Camber weighs in at 26.5 lbs. Not too shabby.

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