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    Epiphany SST

    Realistically, how light can you build up the new Epiphany frame.

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    Sub 23 pound Epiphany

    Looked this up since I am trapped in a hotel room. This guys epi is sub 23 lbs and seems to be built strong enough to ride trail. Mine is somewhere around 26lbs. I think it was just under 26 but I put a little more tire on it so it is just over 26 now.
    Here is mine, doesn't have quite the bling as the blue one in the link and it is the straight tubed version. I am pretty sure the SST version is a 1/4 lighter and you get 140mm travel while mine is 135mm.
    This is one of my favorite bikes of all time. I think it could really use a bigger seatpost so you have more adjustable seatpost options. Some people find the head tube a little steep. What kind of bike are you looking for?
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    Are you looking to build one up?
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