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    My new ANTHEM XO 10,2 kgs

    Hi. it's ready. Only 10,2 kgs




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    sweet...looks very fast

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    love the organic kickstand

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    gorgeous bike. Could you post the specs and frame size? How do you like that tire combo? I have some racekings and was thinking of getting some mtnkings mounted up to a second wheelset for muddy races.

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    Wow!

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    What hubs are those? I see DT on them and the fact that they are straight pull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthem1
    What hubs are those? I see DT on them and the fact that they are straight pull.
    DT internals, specialized hub. Very nice Specialized Roval Controle wheelset. About 1500g w/ skewers.

    How was the tubeless setup? Any issues? Are you using sealant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69erSycip
    DT internals, specialized hub. Very nice Specialized Roval Controle wheelset. About 1500g w/ skewers.

    How was the tubeless setup? Any issues? Are you using sealant?
    The weight is exactly 1410 g without skewers . I use tube type tyres with No Tube sealant, around 80 gr each.

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    That seatpost is up SO high, and it's a lay-back post. I assume you've gotten the XS 14.5inch frame when you really should be riding on a larger frame? Was this to get the taregt weight down? I'm curious as I am still considering one. A Medium one feels great (I've test ridden one) but I'd usually get a small, but then there's the XS to consider too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Fox
    That seatpost is up SO high, and it's a lay-back post. I assume you've gotten the XS 14.5inch frame when you really should be riding on a larger frame? Was this to get the taregt weight down? I'm curious as I am still considering one. A Medium one feels great (I've test ridden one) but I'd usually get a small, but then there's the XS to consider too!

    It's a S size. The layback of the seatpost is only 1,6 cm ---- I tried a M size and it was too long for me. I use it for race and this is the perfect size for me. It's so nervous an so confortable like this

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