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    Weight of Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 770?

    I'm considering a few new bikes to purchase and this is one, but the only one that is not carbon fiber. The only thing holding me back on one of these is the weight, I'm okay with 26ish # but above that I'll probably look at something different. Any ideas about the weight?

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    RE: Weight of Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 770?

    I'm curious too although I'm betting a non-CF version won't be at or under 26# considering the 2012 Element 70 MSL was at 26#.
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    You'd likely have to wait for the carbon Thunderbolt to get to 26-ish pounds.
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