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    Weight difference between Superfly 100 Elite, Superfly 100 and Superfly 100 AL

    My LBS that sells Trek's don't have any Superfly's in stock in my size. I was wondering if you guys who own these bikes could give me the weight. I ride a size 15.5" frame and use eggbeater pedals. Just would like to get weight for the Superfly 100 Elite, Superfly 100 and Superfly 100 AL Pro. I'd like to get the Carbon fiber for sure but just would like to see the weight differences. Obviously I'd like the weight of the bike how it comes stock not the weight after you made any changes to components.

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    Chuck

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    It's about a pound difference between the 100 elite carbon and 100 pro al. There's a thread on it somewhere here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetroKlein View Post
    It's about a pound difference between the 100 elite carbon and 100 pro al. There's a thread on it somewhere here.
    Thanks so I am assuming that the 100 pro AL is lighter than the Superfly 100 carbon. Not Elite just the entry level Carbon.

    Chuck

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    This what I have come up with so far. These prices are right out of the box prices with no upgrades.

    Superfly 100 AL Elite 28.8 lbs - not sure the size
    Superfly 100 AL Pro 26.9 lbs - 15.5"
    Superfly 100 Elite 26.2 lbs - 21"

    Not sure how much the difference in weight would be of the Superfly 100 Elite is it was a 15.5" frame. that would be a great comparision between that and the AL Pro.

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    Chuck

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    I just orderd an XL Superfly AL Elite. I'll let you guys know the weight when i get it.

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    In the forum I found following:
    15 17.5 19 21.5 23
    Superfly 100 elite 25.12 26.67 25.65 26.09 26

    I was also lucky to get weight from one 23" by my self and it is 26.7 with M520 pedals

    15 17.5 19
    Superfly 100 Al Pro 26.94 27.42 27.11

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomlukas View Post
    In the forum I found following:
    15 17.5 19 21.5 23
    Superfly 100 elite 25.12 26.67 25.65 26.09 26

    I was also lucky to get weight from one 23" by my self and it is 26.7 with M520 pedals

    15 17.5 19
    Superfly 100 Al Pro 26.94 27.42 27.11

    Hmm so a 23" Superfly AL 100 Elite should be around 29lbs.


    A little heavy for my liking. What's holding the AL Elite from 26/27 lbs?

    Think I may need to swap the wheels/cassette/crankset huh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by procos View Post
    My LBS that sells Trek's don't have any Superfly's in stock in my size. I was wondering if you guys who own these bikes could give me the weight. I ride a size 15.5" frame and use eggbeater pedals. Just would like to get weight for the Superfly 100 Elite, Superfly 100 and Superfly 100 AL Pro. I'd like to get the Carbon fiber for sure but just would like to see the weight differences. Obviously I'd like the weight of the bike how it comes stock not the weight after you made any changes to components.

    Thanks,

    Chuck
    Hi there, just curious what are your dimensions? I am looking to buy a 2015 Superfly but am between a 15.5 and 17.5" frame. I'm 5'6.5/173lbs muscular and have a 29.5" inseam... I have a lot of riders who race telling me to lean towards a 17.5 but still some have an opinion that 15.5 would be a little easier to handle, I'm concerned it would be too short on the ETT. Any feedback is really appreciated!

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