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    My Rocky Mountain is 17.3 lbs. Full force, Stans tubeless, 35 Conti Cyclo Race

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    Do you race it? What's your normal tire pressure?

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    Never weighed it, but my $995 large-size 2010 Scott CX Team is probably around, um, I tell myself 18.5 pounds but reality tells me it's probably 21 with pedals?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zmiko View Post
    My Rocky Mountain is 17.3 lbs. Full force, Stans tubeless, 35 Conti Cyclo Race
    What RM do you have? I have a 2011 CXR that I am tweaking right now. So far I am going to/have updgraded or changed the following;

    - Already changed to wider cheapo bars, now want to go to carbon bars since this is more for long distance rides with rough road gravel.
    - want to add a carbon seatpost as I think it will help with vibration dampening
    - Purchased and will be Changing to TRP CX8.4 v brakes
    - Want to upgrade Crankset to Force (from Apex) to 34/42
    - Tires looking for something a least 35 might just stick with Maxxis Mud Wrangler might go to something faster rolling (Conti race a definite option).
    - Eventually tubeless clincher set, the current Fulcrum 5 set is nice though
    XC, Road, XXC, Endurance, Mtn, All-Mtn, Cross, Gravel, just go have fun on 2 wheels!

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    You can get Easton EC90 bars and Ultegra/DA wheels on sale right now at Jenson.

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    Wow there are some light bikes here. I don't race but the last time I weighed by GF Presidio I thought it was around the 25-26lb mark. I'm going to have to put it on the scales tonight as that sounds like a ton compared with what's been listed here.

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    2012 Ridley X-Night with Dura Ace deraileurs, SRM Hollowgram, Avid Shorty Ultimates, FSA Plasma Integrated bar/stem, Fizik Kurve Bull saddle, Shimano XTR pedals, Easton EC90 SL w/FMB Sprint tubulars - 15.4 lbs. Yes, the bike is worth more than the car that it gets transported in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limba View Post
    Do you race it? What's your normal tire pressure?
    I do race a little, plan to do more this fall. I mostly ride it on local singletrack and commute once in a while. I'm usually around 35 PSI with the Contis

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    Quote Originally Posted by HEMIjer View Post
    What RM do you have? I have a 2011 CXR that I am tweaking right now. So far I am going to/have updgraded or changed the following;

    - Already changed to wider cheapo bars, now want to go to carbon bars since this is more for long distance rides with rough road gravel.
    - want to add a carbon seatpost as I think it will help with vibration dampening
    - Purchased and will be Changing to TRP CX8.4 v brakes
    - Want to upgrade Crankset to Force (from Apex) to 34/42
    - Tires looking for something a least 35 might just stick with Maxxis Mud Wrangler might go to something faster rolling (Conti race a definite option).
    - Eventually tubeless clincher set, the current Fulcrum 5 set is nice though
    Mine is a Solo Team CXR as well. I bought it as a frame only and built it up custom.

    Ritchey wcs full carbon fork with Cane Creek 110 headset.
    Stans Alpha Cyclocross wheels (Alpha 340 rims laced to American Classic hubs)
    Full force group with a compact crank, 34/50 for summer, i have 38/46 for cross
    I just switched to the CX 8.4's from some Sinz bmx mini v's and they perform much better, very happen with them.
    Salsa Cowbell 2 bar, which I love
    Thomson stem and seat post
    Lizard Skins DSP tape in Orange which matches the bike very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by ms6073 View Post
    Yes, the bike is worth more than the car that it gets transported in.
    This is the only way to roll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ms6073 View Post
    2012 Ridley X-Night with Dura Ace deraileurs, SRM Hollowgram, Avid Shorty Ultimates, FSA Plasma Integrated bar/stem, Fizik Kurve Bull saddle, Shimano XTR pedals, Easton EC90 SL w/FMB Sprint tubulars - 15.4 lbs. Yes, the bike is worth more than the car that it gets transported in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    how much money are you people spending on these sub twenty pound bikes?
    My bike weighs in a 19.9 lbs, I spent $350 on it (granted I had a lot of spare parts lying around.) I got a frame for $50 (rocky mountain RC10, old hybrid frame that will work fine until I try to race)

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    Maybe I think its weird that I think my cross bike is a pig at 19lbs with pedals, fenders, gps and a brooks saddle.
    2007 tcx
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    sram red shifters
    carbon bars and stem
    cheap jamis seatpost
    xtr pedals
    brooks union jack blue swallow
    alpha 340/rotazs
    kenda kwicker

    this thread is making me feel alot better that mine is only 19lbs in commuter mode

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    Some light bikes here.

    My "manbearpig" weighs over 25lbs- steel frameset, Stans 29er trail wheels, 42c tires

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    Complaining about a 19lb cross bike lol

    Mine weighs 22lbs with SRAM red on it!

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    2013 Ridley X-Ride Apex Disc all stock with Shimano 540 pedals is right at 20lbs. The brakes added about a pound and a half over last years bike.

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    Was the added weight worth it?

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    I don't mind the extra weight. This is my only bike and is used on singletrack mostly. I have raced it twice and the advantage of late braking pays off incredibly. Unfortunatly the bike is way more capable at winning than I am.

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    Mine is easily 28lbs (haven't weighed it yet). 61cm Civilian Vive Le Roi...steel frame with carbon fork. The wheelset seems to be a major factor. Rear wheel felt about as heavy as my Volkswagen.
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    I would consider sub-23 lbs. respectible

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    My Quantec frame with Ultegra (3x) and Ritchey WCS, frame height 60cm, bottle cage, Racing Ralphs and quite a bit of mud on it weighed in at 9.7 kg last night. No additional brake levers, though. Guess with lighter eggbeaters, saddle, and cleaned it could easily be 9.4 kg.

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    My swisscross with average components is about 9.2 kilos....

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    2012 Redline Conquest Team
    17 lbs 6 oz.
    (with spd pedals and 2 alu bottle cages)

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    Easton EA90 SLX Clincher Wheelset
    Schwalbe Sammy Slick Tires
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    Just weighed my Lynskey ProCross Disc. It is no lightweight at 19lbs 5oz (currently with tubes), but I love this bike. It is set up for Gravel Grinders, as I do not race cross. It is substantially heavier when I ride (Frame pump, loaded seat bag, etc.), but the bike is quick, handles nicely and is pretty comfortable on long rides.

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    18.9 lb - swiss cross, force/rival mix with some wcs AL parts and stans 340's.

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    Masi S/S 55cm Monster Cross Bike with pedals: 22.3lbs
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    Kona Jake the Snake 56cm: 22lbs

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    Salsa Chili Con Crosso (Scandium) :19lbs

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    Gary Fisher Presidio (OX Platinum Steel), Ultegra w/ Fulcrum 5 wheelset - 22.5lbs and a smooth ride!
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    Sadly, my Trek CrossRip weighs in at an embarrassing 11kg (24 pounds).
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    Well, I don't know if it's accurate, but I likes it!
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    My Specialized Crux carbon with hydro discs, SRAM Red 10 speed der's and Exogram crank, 12-32 1070 cassette, Stan's Iron Cross wheels with Clement MSO 40mm running tubeless weighs a touch under 18 lbs. Was just over 20 with the stock Rival components and Axis 1 wheels with Specialized Trigger 38mm tires with tubes.
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    Just got my bike re-sorted for race season (winter/training tires off, etc).

    07 Specialized Sworks Tricross 61cm 1x9, sworks carbon crank/stem/seatpost, mostly all light other stuff, Roval 21/22mm wheels still running tubed.

    19 pounds even, I imagine getting a lightweight tubeless wheelset would save some real weight, but this is 5 pounds lighter than my first old carbon road race bike! ('91 Allez Epic 105).

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    My ebay Frankenbike weighs in just over 23lbs.
    Scattante Frame powdercoated blue size 57
    SL3 Carbon fork with Steel Steerer
    ultegra bits... BB, Rear D, 12-27 cassette
    105 FD
    Ritchey WCS crank
    FSA omega headset and stem
    Shimano Sora shifters
    Control Tech Alu bar
    Aksium wheels, Specialized Terra Pro tires

    Feels like a beast compared to my buddy's tricked out Van Dessel FTB with tubies. His is near 16lbs.

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    My 54cm Ridley weighed 19.8lbs stock with Shimano M520 MTB pedals and el cheapo metal bottle cage.

    With a more comfy Serfas seat it now weighs about half lb. more.

    When I first got this bike I thought it was super light, now it feels heavy to me...... until I pick up my MTB, haha.
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    Custom buildt Stevens Team Carbon.
    Quite a weight weenie build with 6,4 kg or 14,1 lbs. Fully usable but in the end it's all about money. But its cool having a cross bike which is as light as the street bikes.










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    My 2014 Carbon Crux Pro came in @ 17lbs 1oz without pedals. I'm very happy with that weight for a size 58 frameset, Carbon SRAM Force cranks, Avid Shorty Ultimates, etc.

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    '13 S-Works Crux Frameset with SRAM Force group set (but Apex shifters), Avid Shorty Ultimate brakes, Shimano SPD pedals (the model under XT... whatever those are), Specialized Lithia saddle, and just your standard alloy bars, with Axis 2.0 wheels and Captain Pro CX tires with tubes came in at 19.1 pounds for me! My cross bike is apparently a fatty... I'm sure switching to my racing wheels will help. But otherwise I am pretty happy with it, though most likely going to the CX1 setup when it's available to drop the front derailleur.

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    Ibis Hakkalugi < 18 lbs.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sooshee View Post
    '13 S-Works Crux Frameset with SRAM Force group set (but Apex shifters), Avid Shorty Ultimate brakes, Shimano SPD pedals (the model under XT... whatever those are), Specialized Lithia saddle, and just your standard alloy bars, with Axis 2.0 wheels and Captain Pro CX tires with tubes came in at 19.1 pounds for me! My cross bike is apparently a fatty... I'm sure switching to my racing wheels will help. But otherwise I am pretty happy with it, though most likely going to the CX1 setup when it's available to drop the front derailleur.
    Yeah, it's your Axis 2.0 wheels, they are heavy.
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    Bought this used TCX Advanced SL frame and slapped on all my old parts from my road bike along with new brakes, tires and saddle. Weighs 19.5lbs with pedals. I'm sure the Shimano 105 5600 doesn't help but this bike will serve my needs well for now.


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    My All City Macho Man Disc came in at 26lbs.. It's Ultegra/CX70 10sp with 40c Kenda Happy Mediums. The wheels are Bontrager Dusters laced to M475 or something Shimano hubs.

    Drops a lot of weight with carbon wheels and road tires but I haven't weighed it that way. The Bontrager wheels are around 2200g I suspect and the tires are around 1kg each so the with road wheels and tires the bike is probably 2lbs less.

    It's not a weight weenies bike though as the frame set is pretty heavy IMO. The frame is around 6-7lbs and the fork is around 3lbs IIRC. It's pretty much like starting with a rigid 29er frame weight wise. Though it's a very nice riding bike.

    A cross bike less than 20lbs is pretty nice. A lot of people acting like that's heavy because there are 13lb 10K USD road bikes...

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    Cross bike weight

    My old surly weighed 20.5lbsCross bike weight-imageuploadedbytapatalk1399380031.368510.jpg

    And my new trek crockett 7 weighs 18.6lbs. Cross bike weight-imageuploadedbytapatalk1399380063.184036.jpg

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    Cross bike weight

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    My old surly weighed 20.5lbsClick image for larger version. 

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    You took a cross bike up chimney gulch? I'm impressed.

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    I just brought home my new Trek Boone 5 Disc, size 52. It weighed 20.05 lbs out of the box with Candy2 pedals on it. Now the lightening starts. I hope to have it under 18 by cross season. carbon tubulars, dugasts, carbon bars, lighter saddle, cassette, and maybe stem.
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    Cross bike weight

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    You took a cross bike up chimney gulch? I'm impressed.
    I actually took it up lookout and down chimney gulch from the top to the bottom

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    Cross bike weight

    I still have a hard time believing in some of some of these sub 18lb weights.

    I weighed my Gary Fisher Presidio last night in real world kit (dual cage mounts, attached pump, rear light but without saddle bag) and it came in at 24lbs 3oz.

    I then proceeded to strip the thing down. The frame with headset cups and BB (can't get those out) comes in at an enormous 6lb 1oz (2750g) but hey it's comfy steel. The fork, though carbon, is still a weighty 1lb 10oz (750g).

    I'm going to weigh everything as I build it back up so see where the weight is. I have a new wheelset that is going to shed over a 1lb in weigh and there was probably a good few ounces of solidified Cafelatex in my latex tubes. As I rebuild I am going to get rid of some items that perhaps are not needed such as Avid Crosstop levels. Hoping I can get to 21lbs "stripped" and perhaps 23lbs real world with cages, bags and what not.

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    Don't sweat it too much Kerry. 24# is pretty damn high but a "race" cx bike sub 18# is pretty easily achievable (I'm on the short side but my 51c Ridley x-fire is just north of 16# without any conscious trimming).

    If you're riding/racing durability is paramount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGCrossRip View Post
    Sadly, my Trek CrossRip weighs in at an embarrassing 11kg (24 pounds).
    I shed a couple pounds on my Crossrip LTD with a Velocity wheelset. I'm at 22lbs and could shed a bit more here and there over time.
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    Lynskey Procross ML
    Enve CX fork
    Cane Creek 40 headset
    Dura-ace shifters, RD, and CX70 FD.
    Zipp Vuma Quad Crankset
    S-works carbon bar
    Ritchey WCS 260 stem
    Lynskey Ti post
    S-works Toupe 143 Saddle.
    Carbon clinchers
    TRP hy/rd brakes
    Ashima Ai2 rotors.
    Specialized Tracer Tires.
    Xpedo M-Force 8 Ti Pedals.
    Thru-bolt skewers.

    ~18.4lbs.

    EDIT: Updated parts.
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