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    AM "Build" 24lbs with Pedals

    2016 Orbea Occam AM-Ltd

    24lbs with pedals and that includes a Reverb Dropper Post. Just ridiculous. What's even more ridiculous is that it's mine and it's a long overdue upgrade to an ancient beast O.G. Giant AC "freeride" bike.

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    Very nice! Parts list please

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    FRAME: Occam AM Small. Orbea Monocoque Race Carbon. Advanced Dynamics 140mm suspension with UFO technology.
    SHOCK: Fox Float DPS Factory Kashima
    FORK: Fox 34 Float Factory 140 FIT4 3-Position Adjust QR15 Kashima
    CRANKSET: Race Face Next SL 28t
    HEADSET: FSA 1-1/8 - 1-1/2" Integrated
    HANDLEBAR: Race Face Next SL 35mm Riser 760mm
    GRIPS: Race Face Half Nelson
    STEM: Race Face Turbine 35mm
    SHIFTER: Shimano XTR M9000
    BRAKES: Shimano XTR Trail M9020
    REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano XTR M9000 SGS Shadow Plus Direct Mount
    CHAIN: Shimano HG900
    CASSETTE: Shimano XT M8000 11-42t 11-Speed
    WHEELS: DT Spline XMC-1200 TLR 15/100mm CL
    TYRES: Maxxis Ardent 2.25" TLR 60 Tpi Exo Dual & Maxxis High Roller II 2.40" 60 TPI 3C Exo
    PEDALS: Time ATAC XC 6
    SEATPOST: RockShox Reverb 31.6x385mm Stealth
    SADDLE: Fizik Gobi M5

    ...and a Mucky Nutz front "fender".
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    AM "Build" 24lbs with Pedals-occambaptism01sm.jpg
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    I think you should get an accurate scale next
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    I think you should get an accurate scale next
    I think that bike will be under 25lbs on most scales.

    It has pretty light...everything, except tires, really.
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    Ok, but when are you putting on the AM shock and fork?
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    Bathroom scale method. 25 even. With pedals.

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    I'd love that for aggressive XC. If you wanna be even more weight weenie ditch the heavy XT cassette for a SRAM/Hope/E13 and get some Lizard Skin DPS grips. Anything else would be detracting from the bikes ability.

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    add 3 bacon strips and call me in the morning.

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    Will swap to SRAM eventually. Aggressive XC is AM for me. I miss riding CO front range rocky, shelfy gnar terrain. There's just not much of it here in SW MO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    I think that bike will be under 25lbs on most scales.

    It has pretty light...everything, except tires, really.
    And cassette... could shed some decent weight with X01/XX1 cassette.

    I'm also skeptical of the overall weight. My bike with pedals is ~4lbs heavier and similarly equipped.

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    Using the old bathroom scale method, 25lbs spot on. The frame is very light, no pivot/bearings at the rear wheel.
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