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    My air 9 is at 27 lbs. From reading these posts, that weight sounds like it's pretty heavy. I just changed out the WTB all mountain wheels with ZTR 355's with Hope hubs, changed the bar and stem to a light Race Face combo, so I was a little disappointed it didn't weigh in lighter. I'm not sure what the weight was before, but I'll find out eventually when I have to give these wheels back to my buddy.
    Unfortunately I don't have any extra money to throw around to lighten it up a few more pounds, but I still love it so I can't complain.

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    Never was a weight weenie build but ended up lighter than expected 24.8lbs


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    A few changes to my Scalpel...

    MRP 36t ring and spider set...
    MRP chain guide...
    XX rear derailer again...
    Racing Ralphs 2.4fr & 2.5Snake Skins rr tires...
    Re-did tubeless set-up...

    Rides great with the MRP change and with the new wider tires in the front, it rails ...

    22lb 9oz...
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    Salsa Spearfish 2 Medium
    Tubeless
    eggbeater 2 pedals
    niner carbon flat bar
    Raceface Evolve 90mm stem
    SRAM locking foam grips

    Previous weight post here

    Latest pics after a good wash after todays ride...



    Little rash after a close encounter with a tree that would not move... Too bad they are brand new.
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    highball build weight

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    my XL 2x10 tallboy weighs 23.6lbs with pedals and one h20 cage. building a large 2x10 highball with a similar setup, which should come in at about 20lbs.
    I just finished building up the large highball. With pedals and H20 cages fully built and 2x10 it weighs 20# even. With a lighter stem and seatpost (planned at some point), it will be 1/3lb lighter, and I could get it to 2/3lb lighter with light pedals, but I like the 310 gram xtr pedals.
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    2011 Stumpjumper 29 HT. 25lbs/11/3kg out of the box.

    Added Welgo magnesium platform pedals. Replaced the somewhat delicate but light Specialized S-Works Renegade 2.0s with more durable and better cornering WTB Bronson 2.2s and replaced the Specialized BG Phenom Comp seat with a more comfortable SMP Selle. Now 27lbs/12.25kg.

    If I were racing I'd certainly go the other way......probably capable of 21-22lbs.. ish.
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    highball build weight

    I just finished building up the large highball. With pedals and H20 cages fully built and 2x10 it weighs 20# even. With a lighter stem and seatpost (planned at some point), it will be 1/3lb lighter, and I could get it to 2/3lb lighter with light pedals, but I like the 310 gram xtr pedals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subspd View Post


    Salsa Spearfish 2 Medium
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    niner carbon flat bar
    Raceface Evolve 90mm stem
    SRAM locking foam grips

    Previous weight post here

    Latest pics after a good wash after todays ride...



    Little rash after a close encounter with a tree that would not move... Too bad they are brand new.
    That Color is Awesome!!! NICE !!!
    Give some impressions on how she rides...

    ENJOY THE RIDE!!!

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    I picked up a sweet 2010 Orbea Lanza from craigslist built up with a X9/X0/XX component mix (drivetrain/brakes/fork, respectively), and Bontrager Rhythm Elite TLR wheelset. Total weight is 24.75 lbs...which is pretty irrelevant given my 6'3" 210lb frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dshack View Post
    I picked up a sweet 2010 Orbea Lanza from craigslist built up with a X9/X0/XX component mix (drivetrain/brakes/fork, respectively), and Bontrager Rhythm Elite TLR wheelset. Total weight is 24.75 lbs...which is pretty irrelevant given my 6'3" 210lb frame.
    Nice, Post some pics when our able too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by torque29er View Post
    Nice, Post some pics when our able too...
    Here you go!


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    11.1 Kg (24.5 lbs)

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    Trek Gary Fisher X-cal 2011, XT group. stan's NOtubes wheels - 23 lbs

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    25.5 lbs as it sits
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    Mine is about 40 lbs, niner wfo with a ccdb, dorado, hammerschmidt, and wtb 29x2.5 tires setup tubeless on Hadley's and flows.

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    22lbs, or 10kg dead as pictured. 1 x 10, tubeless, it flies.

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    My Orange Gyro weighs in at a mighty 31.1lbs, either that or I need a new scale!


    Untitled by Jamieson Just J, on Flickr

    It only bothers me when I lift it up and down in the garage as on the trails it's certainly the quickest bike I've ridden so far. I am intending to change the stock parts quite comprehensively though so I'm hoping to get it to around 26-28lbs when I'm done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just J View Post
    My Orange Gyro weighs in at a mighty 31.1lbs, either that or I need a new scale!


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    It looks like the swingarm weighs 30.1 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonoskar View Post


    11.1 Kg (24.5 lbs)
    Beautiful build and bike!!!

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    In the full suspension category... Santa Cruz Tallboy LT with SPX AM build and Fox 34 Float: 28.5 lbs
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    O this thread is depressing. My single speed specialized cross trail expert comes in at 30 pounds /

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenny7 View Post
    It looks like the swingarm weighs 30.1 lbs.
    Works well though!

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    Surly Karate Monkey with handbuilt wheels, red Velocity P-35 rims, tubeless with spec. purgatory 2.4 tires, weighs 1 bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torque29er View Post
    That Color is Awesome!!! NICE !!!
    Give some impressions on how she rides...

    ENJOY THE RIDE!!!
    Very fast bike and extremely efficient. With a few upgrades it will easily be under 26lb. Not bad for an AL FS 29er.

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    Cannondale scalpel 2 carbon 24 pounds. But it is on a diet.

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    Cannondale Flash 29er Size XL

    My Flash 29er

    Weight : 8,4 kg (18.66 lbs) including pedals, bottlecages, computer and sensors
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    Quote Originally Posted by borgenvik View Post
    My Flash 29er

    Weight : 8,4 kg (18.66 lbs) including pedals, bottlecages, computer and sensors
    NICE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ENJOY THE RIDE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cline View Post
    Cannondale scalpel 2 carbon 24 pounds. But it is on a diet.
    Can't just talk about it, gotta post some pics !!!
    ENJOY THE RIDE!!!

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    2012 Lynskey Prototype 29. 23 pounds 1 ounce. Singlespeed with stans crest wheels and reba rlt fork.

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    Just a lil bit over 25 pounds, my front Racing Ralph suddenly exploded (warranty replacement in the mail) a couple of weeks away that's why the bike is on the Kenda SB8 in the picture


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    My 2011 EMD at just under 26.5lbs. Wheels and tyres weigh almost 10lbs alone! So that'll be the first to get upgrades to shed a few

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    Quote Originally Posted by borgenvik View Post
    My Flash 29er

    Weight : 8,4 kg (18.66 lbs) including pedals, bottlecages, computer and sensors
    Have seen a lot of cool bikes on this forum but this bike is awesome and under 19lbs fully rigged and ready to ride - you gotta post some more pics and build details. Some bikes have impressive weight but look more like a cross bike, yours looks like a real MTB.

    Tight work on this MTB rocket ship !

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    A hair under 18 lbs w/cage and garmin mount. The gps may push it over 18.

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    2013 Stumpjumper Carbon Comp 29 size XL weighs in at 12.715kg (without pedals).

    Note that the cassette and crankset have been upgraded to Sram XO, so the stock bike will weigh a little more. The stock cassette weighed around 500gm and the XO cassette came in at 238gms. The XO cranks have taller gearing over stock as well but I have not noticed any drawbacks on the trails especially on any monster climbs, my lowest gear is low enough and its nice to have the taller gear for any wide open downhills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepitup_onenotch View Post
    2013 Stumpjumper Carbon Comp 29 size XL weighs in at 12.715kg (without pedals).

    Note that the cassette and crankset have been upgraded to Sram XO, so the stock bike will weigh a little more. The stock cassette weighed around 500gm and the XO cassette came in at 238gms. The XO cranks have taller gearing over stock as well but I have not noticed any drawbacks on the trails especially on any monster climbs, my lowest gear is low enough and its nice to have the taller gear for any wide open downhills.
    12.715kg without pedals?

    Looks like the scale might be off

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevocastro View Post
    12.715kg without pedals?

    Looks like the scale might be off
    No the weight is correct. This is the FSR Stumpjumper, Carbon Comp 29 size XL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepitup_onenotch View Post
    No the weight is correct. This is the FSR Stumpjumper, Carbon Comp 29 size XL.
    Sorry I lost the FSR part and can't see the pics because of the firewall

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevocastro View Post
    Sorry I lost the FSR part and can't see the pics because of the firewall
    I forgot to put FSR on the original note. Specialized really need to come up with some new names for these bikes, the Stumperjumper family has too many derivatives!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stepitup_onenotch View Post
    I forgot to put FSR on the original note. Specialized really need to come up with some new names for these bikes, the Stumperjumper family has too many derivatives!
    They really do

    Nice bike, the XL size makes the 29er wheels look smaller

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    My 29 ht weighs a healthy 30 Lbs with pedals. El Mariachi 3
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevocastro View Post
    They really do

    Nice bike, the XL size makes the 29er wheels look smaller
    You're right, I hadn't really noticed that before. There is an XL size Cannondale in this thread, same thing, you wouldn't know it was a 29er, the extra large frame just blends in with the 29" wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abelfonseca View Post
    My 29 ht weighs a healthy 30 Lbs with pedals. El Mariachi 3
    Is it still geared? I couldn't tell from the image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    Is it still geared? I couldn't tell from the image.
    Yes SS, it has 2x10 gearing.

    Saludos

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    Quote Originally Posted by abelfonseca View Post
    Yes SS, it has 2x10 gearing.

    Saludos
    I thought SS would have been lighter.

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    today 7800 g , tomorrow shaving around 200 g
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    SC Tallboy LTc

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    28.6 pounds

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    Wow some very differing weights on here

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    Just a thought about everybody who is posting their bike weight. Shouldn't you also post the frame size? A 21inch frame should weigh more then a 15.5. I would think it would help because you want to be able to compare apples to apples.

    Like I said, just a thought. Carry on, or should I say ride on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thdu View Post
    Wow some very differing weights on here
    Maybe some are using the bathroom scale method which is why I won't post my bike weight (I don't own bike scale).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    Maybe some are using the bathroom scale method which is why I won't post my bike weight (I don't own bike scale).
    I've never meet a scale purist before. This is for entertainment purposes. A calibrated bathroom scale rounds up or down the the nearest .5 lb. If you care about .2 vs .5 you are in the wrong sub forum. Post em' up!
    Small ring in front makes it easier. Small ring in back makes it harder. That blows my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenny7 View Post
    I've never meet a scale purist before. This is for entertainment purposes. A calibrated bathroom scale rounds up or down the the nearest .5 lb. If you care about .2 vs .5 you are in the wrong sub forum. Post em' up!
    I wouldn't call myself a "scale purist", but I guess I was thinking of the standard "not legal for trade" cheap drugstore scale and I'm not sure how accurate those are. I really doubt some have accuracy standards of plus or minus 0.5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    I wouldn't call myself a "scale purist", but I guess I was thinking of the standard "not legal for trade" cheap drugstore scale and I'm not sure how accurate those are. I really doubt some have accuracy standards of plus or minus 0.5.
    I was just giving you a hard time. I bought a fancy hanging scale and it reads the same as my bathroom scale. Rounded anyway. My bathroom scale cost about $8.
    Small ring in front makes it easier. Small ring in back makes it harder. That blows my mind.

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    Now 7440 g
    1x10 set up
    36T on front 11-36T at rear
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    Quote Originally Posted by eliflap View Post
    Now 7440 g
    1x10 set up
    36T on front 11-36T at rear
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    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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    I'm scared to think what it costs to go from a 25lb (11,793 g) to a 16lb (7,440) mountain bike...
    My Air 9 Scandium is a hefty 25lbs (albeit 10 of those are the full Bonty TLR tubeless setup, which is bombproof btw) with a mix of X0/X9...very impressive on the Flash!

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    eliflap,

    We need a component list! Crazy weight.

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    some nice bikes there

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    Salsa El Mariachi ss about 22 lbs (10 kg), ...without the gps

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    Tracer 29 at 31.7 #

    set up with some light parts and still nearly 32 #; I supposer that's not horrible for a 5.5" travel 29r. If I were really worried about the weight I could have gone with the new flows and run them tubeless but I like the way it works as it sits.

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    Orbea Alma
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    25.0 lbs
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    Air 9 xl 26 lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxRocks View Post
    Salsa El Mariachi ss about 22 lbs (10 kg), ...without the gps
    Great job with the red accents

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxRocks View Post
    Salsa El Mariachi ss about 22 lbs (10 kg), ...without the gps
    nice bike!

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    Thats a nice looking bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by subspd View Post


    Salsa Spearfish 2 Medium
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    Raceface Evolve 90mm stem
    SRAM locking foam grips

    Previous weight post here

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    Little rash after a close encounter with a tree that would not move... Too bad they are brand new.
    I have a 6 Berth Motorhome that I rent out . It is based in Tauranga, New Zealand

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    18lbs (8.2kg), Scale 29er with Alu wheelset.
    Scott Scale 29er FHT, Scott Foil, Chinese 29er FHT

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    2012 Kona Hei Hei
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    33 lbs (rounded on a floor scale)

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    Just finished building up my new (to me) Scalpel 2. Weighs 22lbs 6 oz with pedals, of course

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    NIce bike, really nice trail...where is that?

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    Fs & ht

    FS = 22.4 lb

    HT= 20.0 lb
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    34 lbs.

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    28lbs. of steel goodness!


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    Current ride is an aluminum JET 9 at ~ 28lbs.

    - full X9 group
    - 1x10 drivetrain
    - Arch wheels
    - Hope Pro II hubs (20mm thru-axle front)
    - Thompson seat post
    - Niner aluminum bars
    - FastTrak Control 2.2's

    Thinking about a lighter carbon h/t for xc racing only, but I'm thinking it would have to be a substantial drop in weight (at least 4 lbs) to make up for the loss of rear squish ... for rougher trails anyway? Or might it be better to go with a carbon f/s? Tough call!

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    Niner Air 9 RDO. Small frame comes in right at 22 pounds.

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    Diamondback Overdrive coming in at around 34lbs, digital bathroom scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottie mac View Post
    While we are on the subject of weights, who makes a super light NON carbon stem and bar set up?

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    Anything made by:Ritchey WCS, Syntace, or Easton ea70/ EA90. Straight 600mm bars.

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    Just built this up, 24.6lbs

    Trek Superfly AL Frame 21"
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    Solid two pounds lighter than a similar build on my Top Fuel 8.
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    Zaskar 100 9r 2012 expert. 12.55kg (27.67lbs) with candy 2 pedals


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    Here is mine with fire road tires, all set up for the Iceman.
    21 lbs and 8 oz. Not to shabby for a FS 29er



    Are you a road biker that likes hills? Try this Michigan Mountain Mayhem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Fred" View Post
    Here is mine with fire road tires, all set up for the Iceman.
    21 lbs and 8 oz. Not to shabby for a FS 29er



    Which way have you gone Fred full XX with a Lefty and Carbon rims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewfuzzy View Post
    Which way have you gone Fred full XX with a Lefty and Carbon rims?
    Yes but I swapped the XX brakes for Magura MT8 brakes.
    Are you a road biker that likes hills? Try this Michigan Mountain Mayhem.

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    Which scale do you guys find the best in this regard??
    Digital bathroom scale is not a bad option but i want select the most accurate one.
    I went throughout this thread but still it is confusing for me to give some preference to certain scale.
    Share your experiences here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamzRex View Post
    Which scale do you guys find the best in this regard??
    Digital bathroom scale is not a bad option but i want select the most accurate one.
    I went throughout this thread but still it is confusing for me to give some preference to certain scale.
    Share your experiences here.
    I just picked up a samsonite digital hanging luggage scale at BJ's for $15.00. Pounds and grams. Seems ok so far.

    My Banshee was 26lbs, beefy tires and 1x10.
    The Trance was 28lbs with the dropper and Ardent's.
    Both with pedals and Stan's, ready to ride.
    Not without incident.

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    Once I get my arch ex on my f29 I'll post here. Will be arouns 21.X lbs (not too shabby for an Xl, 2x10)

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    21.8# and I'll get that a little lower in the near future.

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    Your 29er weight-hd-complete.jpg18.6lbs.
    Death from Below.

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    Your 29er weight

    2013 stump jumper Evo ht. Stock except for ergonomic grips, carbon seat post, and wolf tooth 30t chain ring and it's a shade over 25 lbs.


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    Your 29er weight-photo-3.jpg

    32.8 lbs of solid, stiff bliss.
    195 lbs-6'4" Banshee Prime XL
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    PLEASE GIVE ME NEGATIVE REP!

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    13.91lbs for my Niner Air 9 Carbon SingleSpeed.



    18.91lbs for my Vassago Optimus Ti SingleSpeed.



    19.02lbs for my wife's Niner EMD SingleSpeed. She has a carbon Lurcher on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock View Post
    13.91lbs for my Niner Air 9 Carbon SingleSpeed.
    That's just nuts. What's even nuttier is how you get a 13lb mtb into the 11s. Doesn't seems like there is enough bike left to shave a pound or two from.
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    Maybe he could run even skinnier tires?

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    Lynskey Pro29 XL with lefty fork, X0 1x10, Stan's Crest/Arch running Maxxis Ardent's, Formula R1's, Truvativ carbon bars, Kent Eriksen sweet post all comes in at 22.56lbs

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    Came in 1oz lower before it was dirty



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    My Jamis Dragon Race comes in at 27.4 lbs complete, minus the Garmin 500. No current pictures.

    Build is

    Sram X0 Shifters, X9 RD, XT FD, SLX triple w/bash
    Shimano MT75 wheels
    Michelin Wild Race'r tires - 2.1 rear, 2.25 front
    SLX brakes
    Thomson Ti handlebar (this sucker is heavy at 310 g uncut - it's now around 285 g)
    Loaded stem
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Fred" View Post
    Here is mine with fire road tires, all set up for the Iceman.
    21 lbs and 8 oz. Not to shabby for a FS 29er



    This is very similar to my bike, however I have ralphs and a more squishy saddle...
    <Insert Quiver>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glide the Clyde View Post
    That's just nuts. What's even nuttier is how you get a 13lb mtb into the 11s. Doesn't seems like there is enough bike left to shave a pound or two from.
    That's under a stone (14lbs)
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    2014 S Works camber, 23lbs out the box. So with computer, pedals and saddle bag probably around 24 now.
    1993 Specialized Rock Hopper
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