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    I also have this commuter

    ORA Engineering Ti frame 56.
    Winwood fork.
    Cane Creek 110 IS41 headset.
    Sram Rival levers
    FSA Gossamer Crankset + RaceFace NW 42T ring
    Sram X9 type 2 RD
    XT 11-32T 10sp cassette
    TRP Spyre brakes.
    Cannondale Bar and Stem.
    XT pedals
    Iron Cross wheels with Icetech rotors
    Front Conti Cyclocross Race, Rear Panaracer Pasela TG(Tubeless)
    Fizik Aliante Saddle
    SKS Longboard P45 Fenders

    Except for the headset and Wheelmfg. SS kit, I had the parts in my bin so I put this together as a commuter and rain bike.

    21.7lbs.

    EDIT: SS setup to 1x10 setup
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt Disney's Frozen Head View Post
    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.
    Is that a disc bike? I just got a Ridley x-fire disc 105 and it is just a hair over 22lbs. With some new wheels tubeless wheels setup I could probably get close to 20 but to get to 16 I think would take some serious work, probably replacing most of the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGCrossRip View Post
    Sadly, my Trek CrossRip weighs in at an embarrassing 11kg (24 pounds).
    The easiest way of remedying this is by swapping out the wheelset, I bought a set of Hope Hoops using the Stans Alpha 400 rims and lost 2 lbs in the process!

    Either way you've got a bike that literally Rips though!

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    Wish you guys would post frame size. How much weight difference is there going from a small to large frame for example

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    Cross bike weight

    My 2014 18.1lb crockett 7 is a 58cm. Ditched the double for a single wolftooth 36t. Gutted the shifter. Swapped brakes to trp euroX's.

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    C-dale size 54 disc brake(Avid mechs). Open Pro rims(oem wheelset), Ritchey Pro bars,FSA stem, Thomson Masterpiece post, 105 and XTR shifters/FD/RD, XT 11-32 cassette, Eggs, Flite Gel saddle. 20.2lbs.
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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.
    So an update to this...

    I went 1x10 with a SRAM CX-1 rear derailleur and Wolf Tooth Components 40t chain ring, and a 11-32 cassette. I also found an Axis 4.0 wheel set in my basement, and swapped those from the 2.0. Bike now weighs 18.8 pounds... so didn't lose much weight at all. A fatty it shall remain... until I win the lottery and can afford lightweight wheels!

    I could swap my Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheels from my road bike onto it, but the laziness factor comes into play, and also the fact I don't have the tools to swap the cassettes.

    Oh, and my frame is a 54

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Cyclery View Post
    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.

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    17.5lbs

    Granted, it's a single speed, but it doesn't have any carbon components. Not that I have a problem with carbon, it just doesn't have any.

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    2013 Fuji Cross 1.1 60cm
    Stan's Iron Cross rims, DT Swiss 350 F and SRAM X9 R hubs
    Stock Oval bars, Bontrager Race X Lite stem
    FSA Energy crankset with SRAM CX1 40t ring
    SRAM Force Levers
    Avid BB7 road brakes with let's say Avid Clean Sweep rotors, fore and aft
    SRAM X9 short cage RD
    SRAM PG 1070 11-36 cassette
    SRAM PC 1051 chain
    Zipp Service Course tape
    Specialized Tracer (F) and Trigger Pro 2bliss (R) tires
    Specialized Romin Evo Pro saddle
    Specialized CG-R seatpost
    Shimano XT pedals
    God knows how much red dust in the frame

    = 20.5 lbs

    Edit: added pedals, because can't forget that...

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    Have a custom built up Trek Crockett Disc, 61cm, about 22.5 - 23 lbs last time I weighed it. Set up with Ultegra Di2, Hydro brakes, Enve XC rims laced to a hope 2 rear hub, stan's front, Nano 40c front, small block eight 35c rear (both tubeless) other bit's and pieces. Heavy but between the rear hub, standard (34-50) front rings and heavy-ish slx 11-34 rear cassette, aint too bad all things considered, just like to think of it like a lighter rigid mtb.

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    Also bit telling how much disc brakes add, seems people with the same non disc versions of the crocket hitting 18ish stock. That being said, after putting the shimano hydro's on (and for the type of riding I do 99% of the time) I'd take an extra few pounds any day of the week...

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    How are these bikes so light? My 2015 Felt F65X is 21.7lbs without pedals in nearly stock form. I added bottle cages and converted to tubeless. It's an XL alu frame but still, damn near the heaviest bike in this thread. I'd expect MAYBE 1lb difference due to the larger frame. There's bikes in here WITH pedals and saddle bags loaded with stuff that still weigh several pounds less.

    Stock wheels are probably heavy but still, maybe 1lb to drop to something light. Still in the 20lb range if it had lighter wheels and was a smaller frame.

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    Just bought this, seller says its 17 pounds on a bathroom scale so we will see when I get it for sure as I have a shop scale.

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    btw it's a 2015 giant tcx advanced pro 1

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    16.5 lb Kouta Kross, it's now set up single speed and it's 15.5lbs

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    2014 Giant TCX Advanced
    7.54 kg or 16.61 lb ain't too shabby.






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    Caletti race bike
    Frame is a mix of Columbus and Deddacai tubing
    easton fork
    easton carbon cokpit
    ultegra 11spd
    TRP Hy/rd
    fizik antares kium
    CX70 crankset
    easton aero 55 rims with M1 hubs
    clement Mxp tubs
    shimano xtr pedals
    weight is just a shade under 20lbs.

    top tube is 59.4cm and i weight 205lbs. stout.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchy View Post
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    7.54 kg or 16.61 lb ain't too shabby.





    Nice. Hoping mine comes in like that but your sram set up even with mechanical discs is still probably lighter than my 2015's shimano hydros. Did you have SRAMs hydros on there originally? If so, are you going to get them replaced when sram fixes the issue they had with them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus68 View Post
    Nice. Hoping mine comes in like that but your sram set up even with mechanical discs is still probably lighter than my 2015's shimano hydros. Did you have SRAMs hydros on there originally? If so, are you going to get them replaced when sram fixes the issue they had with them?
    sram mechanical is a fair whack lighter than shimano hydro... i worked it out on another forum, i think my setup was about 500g lighter.
    i bought mine as a frameset only, so no hydro. i think most of the later '14 TCX's just came with cable setups anyway.

    i contemplated Red 22 hydro... but if i did, i'd want to upgrade all my bikes to 11 speed to keep the ability to change wheels easily. (i have 2 10 speed disc cx's...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88 rex View Post
    19.5-20 lbs. Steel and disc brakes.
    At 21 with raleigh tripper with some upgrades Next week should be sub twenty with bars and seatpost coming. Cromoly and disk. Soon I'll get titanium or a carbon frame and will just put all stock parts back on it. So the next bike should be cheap.

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    Cross bike weight

    57 cm Raleigh Roper at 27 lbs stock. Hoping to lose a lb from the wheels, won't be hard with 3.5 lbs of rims and spokes. Hubs are decent though.

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    moots Ti, S&S couplers ,XTR hydro, Rohloff 14speed hub.....23lbs Some day some carbon rims....
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    Just finished my 2015 Kona JTS...19.1 lbs. 49cm AL frame, SRAM Force 10 spd, S900 cranks, Xpedo Twin pedals, Hayes CX Pro brakes/160mm rotors, Schwable RoRo 33mm tires on Iron Cross wheels.

    Time to clean up. lol
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    Well, I got my new bike delivered today, put it together without pedals and weighed it. I was a little shocked that it came in at 19.6 lbs. Heck, my 2013 TCX frame built up with an aluminum drop bar, shimano 105 5600 drive train and mavic aksium rims taken off my 2010 Giant Defy Adanced 2 weighs in at 19.5 lbs and that includes the pedals which I'm swapping to this new bike.

    I suppose going to hydraulic discs and the D-Fuse seat post that has a tension bolt is considerably heavier than the old ISP frame. Either that or these new wheels are crazy heavy. Granted the new bike has knobby Schwalbe tires and the old one has smoother Clement tires. With the Shimano XTR pedals installed, the new bike is it's 20.3 lbs. The new bike included a conversion kit to make the tire's tubeless. I could do that to save some weight I suppose. Sigh...

    I think what I may do is buy a second set of rims with smoother and lighter tires (likely just use the Clements from the old bike as they are almost new anyway) that I can ride on hard pack and groomed trails. I'd want rims that have a deeper V if only for aesthetics. However, I'm finding it a little challenging to find rims that have a front hub that will take the larger front pass through axle. May have to have my LBS make some.

    Old bike, 19.5 lbs....



    New bike, 20.3 lbs (with same pedals as above, not shown in this pic of course)...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alias530 View Post
    How are these bikes so light? My 2015 Felt F65X is 21.7lbs without pedals in nearly stock form. I added bottle cages and converted to tubeless. It's an XL alu frame but still, damn near the heaviest bike in this thread. I'd expect MAYBE 1lb difference due to the larger frame. There's bikes in here WITH pedals and saddle bags loaded with stuff that still weigh several pounds less.

    Stock wheels are probably heavy but still, maybe 1lb to drop to something light. Still in the 20lb range if it had lighter wheels and was a smaller frame.
    Because stock bikes, unless they are super high end, come with cheaper, heavier parts.

    You can get carbon disc tubulars for CX wheels for $400-450 if you know where to look. That alone will lop some serious weight off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchy View Post
    sram mechanical is a fair whack lighter than shimano hydro... i worked it out on another forum, i think my setup was about 500g lighter.
    i bought mine as a frameset only, so no hydro. i think most of the later '14 TCX's just came with cable setups anyway.

    i contemplated Red 22 hydro... but if i did, i'd want to upgrade all my bikes to 11 speed to keep the ability to change wheels easily. (i have 2 10 speed disc cx's...)
    What rims are you running on your Giant? Are those the carbon Giant CXR 0's or another brand? I'm looking for a second set of rims to put some Sammy Slicks or Clement LAS tires on and I want them to be light. So far it's hard to find any with a pass through hub for the front axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus68 View Post
    Well, I got my new bike delivered today, put it together without pedals and weighed it. I was a little shocked that it came in at 19.6 lbs. Heck, my 2013 TCX frame built up with an aluminum drop bar, shimano 105 5600 drive train and mavic aksium rims taken off my 2010 Giant Defy Adanced 2 weighs in at 19.5 lbs and that includes the pedals which I'm swapping to this new bike.

    I suppose going to hydraulic discs and the D-Fuse seat post that has a tension bolt is considerably heavier than the old ISP frame. Either that or these new wheels are crazy heavy. Granted the new bike has knobby Schwalbe tires and the old one has smoother Clement tires. With the Shimano XTR pedals installed, the new bike is it's 20.3 lbs. The new bike included a conversion kit to make the tire's tubeless. I could do that to save some weight I suppose. Sigh...

    I think what I may do is buy a second set of rims with smoother and lighter tires (likely just use the Clements from the old bike as they are almost new anyway) that I can ride on hard pack and groomed trails. I'd want rims that have a deeper V if only for aesthetics. However, I'm finding it a little challenging to find rims that have a front hub that will take the larger front pass through axle. May have to have my LBS make some.
    apparently the stock Super Swan tyre's are fairly hefty.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gus68 View Post
    What rims are you running on your Giant? Are those the carbon Giant CXR 0's or another brand? I'm looking for a second set of rims to put some Sammy Slicks or Clement LAS tires on and I want them to be light. So far it's hard to find any with a pass through hub for the front axle.
    they are FarSport 27mm carbon clinchers on Novatec D771/D712 hubs. they come in bang on 1400g, so a smidge lighter than the CXR-0's... and much cheaper.

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    Edited to remove my own quote, lol

    The rims are Giant's Alloy P-CXR1's which weigh 1750 grams as a pair. I did some research on the stock Schwalbe Super Swan tires on this bike and they are actually very light at 305g. I'm keeping that wheel set up as my more aggressive set up.

    I just purchase a second set of rims, the Carbon P-CXR0's (1430g per pair) which I got at an awesome 30% discount from BicycleWarehouse.com which was selling them at a discount and an additional discount for Black Friday weekend. I am planning on putting some smoother rolling tires on them like Clement LAS or Vittoria XN Pros, both are about 350g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus68 View Post
    The rims are Giant's Alloy P-CXR1's which weigh 1750 grams as a pair. I did some research on the stock Schwalbe Super Swan tires on this bike and they are actually very light at 305g. I'm keeping that wheel set up as my more aggressive set up.

    I just purchase a second set of rims, the Carbon P-CXR0's (1430g per pair) which I got at an awesome 30% discount from BicycleWarehouse.com which was selling them at a discount and an additional discount for Black Friday weekend. I am planning on putting some smoother rolling tires on them like Clement LAS or Vittoria XN Pros, both are about 350g.
    where did you find the info on the super swan's?
    they are oem only, so dont list them on their site.. all i found was one review stating they were in the 550g range.
    Giant TCX Advanced 1 review - BikeRadar

    what did the P-CXR0's cost, ~$1500?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchy View Post
    where did you find the info on the super swan's?
    they are oem only, so dont list them on their site.. all i found was one review stating they were in the 550g range.
    Giant TCX Advanced 1 review - BikeRadar
    what did the P-CXR0's cost, ~$1500?
    Oops, somehow ended up replying to my own post earlier but to answer your question I found a set of them for sale on eBay and according to the packaging, it's what they weigh. Not sure if these are the tubeless ready versions or not.

    This link shows Rocket Ron specs including the 700x35 size

    Schwalbe ROCKET RON HS 406 Bicycle Tire

    Here's the picture below of a what I found on eBay.

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    However, if BikeRadar's review is accurate then I'm going to be shaving some considerable weight with the new rims and some lighter tires like Clement LAS or Vittoria Cross XN Pros. Either of those tires are 350g each. If my math is correct, the new rims and new tires will save about 1.6lb and bring my rig down to about 18.7lbs. I'd be pretty happy with that. If the tires are really 305g ea. then my weight savings will be about .5lbs putting me at 19.8lbs. Guess we'll see soon enough.

    Yes, as to the P-cxr0 rims, Front was $899 Rear was $989 plus they applied a 20% discount on top of that so I got them for $1,510 total. Basically saved $590 off MSRP and what a local LBS was selling them for.

    The far sports look nice too and light. What did they set you back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus68 View Post
    Oops, somehow ended up replying to my own post earlier but to answer your question I found a set of them for sale on eBay and according to the packaging, it's what they weigh. Not sure if these are the tubeless ready versions or not.

    This link shows Rocket Ron specs including the 700x35 size

    Schwalbe ROCKET RON HS 406 Bicycle Tire

    Here's the picture below of a what I found on eBay.

    However, if BikeRadar's review is accurate then I'm going to be shaving some considerable weight with the new rims and some lighter tires like Clement LAS or Vittoria Cross XN Pros. Either of those tires are 350g each. If my math is correct, the new rims and new tires will save about 1.6lb and bring my rig down to about 18.7lbs. I'd be pretty happy with that. If the tires are really 305g ea. then my weight savings will be about .5lbs putting me at 19.8lbs. Guess we'll see soon enough.

    Yes, as to the P-cxr0 rims, Front was $899 Rear was $989 plus they applied a 20% discount on top of that so I got them for $1,510 total. Basically saved $590 off MSRP and what a local LBS was selling them for.

    The far sports look nice too and light. What did they set you back?
    interesting! i wouldn't have thought an OEM tyre would have a retail packaging.
    Schwalbe also made gumwall rocket ron's for the 2015 focus mares cx's, but they dont appear on their website.

    wonder where bikeradar got their weight, 550g vs 305g is a big difference. hell, 305g is bloody light for a cx tyre full stop.

    my FarSports wheels cost $610 US shipped to australia. they are nice and light... although i never had the P-CXR1's to compare them to.

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    My 2015 Raleigh RX 2.0 62cm frame weighs based on my bathroom scale roughly 19.5-20 lbs(average it 3 times)

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    Cannondale Super X
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    What's the max tire clearance of the Trek Crockett frame?

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    Have a custom built up Trek Crockett Disc, 61cm, about 22.5 - 23 lbs last time I weighed it. Set up with Ultegra Di2, Hydro brakes, Enve XC rims laced to a hope 2 rear hub, stan's front, Nano 40c front, small block eight 35c rear (both tubeless) other bit's and pieces. Heavy but between the rear hub, standard (34-50) front rings and heavy-ish slx 11-34 rear cassette, aint too bad all things considered, just like to think of it like a lighter rigid mtb.

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    Also bit telling how much disc brakes add, seems people with the same non disc versions of the crocket hitting 18ish stock. That being said, after putting the shimano hydro's on (and for the type of riding I do 99% of the time) I'd take an extra few pounds any day of the week...
    What's the size of the tires you put on your custom built up Trek Crockett? They look wider than the ones on the factory built versions. Any idea on what the max tire clearance is?

    Thanks!

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