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    Bikes below 15 pounds

    I will start this thread off with my 14 pound Fixie

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    Ruegamer Carbon

    10.2 lbs:

    "The mind will quit....well before the body does"

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    Oops, looks like I logged onto Road bike review by accident...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah View Post
    10.2 lbs:
    Very nice! Full Carbon?

    Quote Originally Posted by Berkley View Post
    Oops, looks like I logged onto Road bike review by accident...
    Nope you logged into mtbr.com forums, but you might be viewing the wrong thread though.

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    I clicked this thread hoping to see mountain bikes. :Thumbsdown:

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    needs more mtn bikes.

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    [QUOTE=dRyk;10612616]Very nice! Full Carbon?



    Frame/bars/stem/pedals/seatpost/saddle/shifters....all carbon or composites.
    "The mind will quit....well before the body does"

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    mountain bike forum. road bike fail

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    Mine has been seen to Death but here it is anyway. 13.91lbs.

    Singlespeed World Champ, Air 9 Carbon News, Niner Sweaters

    Just click and scroll down. I've got something up my sleeve to replace her. She's been very, very good to me for over 3 years.
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    I thought this was a mountain bike site. Back to Google I go.
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    It is I don't know why these girly bikes are in here.

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    Well here is my Orbea:



    Just a smite over 15lb but since it was stolen it is now weightless.

    Here is my new project though my Scott Scale Ltd currently at 14.51Lbs
    Not quite complete in the pic but you get the idea.



    Gary

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    road bikes in MTBR forum == fail

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    Custom '08 Scott Scale Ltd. Full Rigid

    Here's mine at 12.32lbs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyfire1202 View Post
    Here's mine at 12.32lbs:
    Stunning and very inspiring.

    Gary

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    Some of you might remember that guy - 29er Scott Scale RC: 6,64 Kilos / 14,7 lbs


    Detailed Specs:
    Frame: Scott Scale RC 29" (2011,original Nino Schurter, Size M) 919g
    Fork: Hylix carbon 467g
    Headset: Extralite Scalehead upper+Token lower 67g
    A-head cap+bolt: Tune carbon 3,7g
    Expander plug: Extralite Ultrastar2 7g
    Stem: KCNC 80mm 84g
    Handlebar: MT Zoom 25,4/640mm 99g
    Grips: KCNC, shortened for Grip Shift 9g
    Bar-Plugs: KCNC 5g
    Shifters: SRAM X.0 "Fantic" (10s) 175g
    Discbrake: Formula R1 2012(160/160,incl. KCNC Adapter+bolts) 598g
    Front derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace 7900 with modified 34,9 clamp 75g
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace 7900 (tuned) 143g
    Cassette: Titanium 11-32SL (10s) 167g
    Chain: KMC X11SL 217g
    Crankset: BOR XC666 (24/36,BB92) 696g
    Pedals: Eggbeater 4Ti 167g
    Skewers: Atik TT 31g
    Wheelset: BOR 1266XM Black-Tusk 29er 1335g
    Tires: Continental Race King 2,2" Race Sport 545+548= 1093g
    Inner Tubes: Continental Supersonic 26" 94g+95g= 189g
    Rimtape: Yellowtape 14g
    Seatpost: MCFK 34,9/350 117g
    Seatclamp: Carbon 38mm 6g
    Saddle: FRM carbon 63g
    Cables: Alligator Mini I-Link 34g
    Bottlecage bolts: 4 pc. M5 plastic 1,4g
    Chainstay protector: Scott foam 10g

    TOTAL: 6,92 Kilos / 14,6 lbs




    There's actually two Scales:
    left one has a Nino Schurter frame, the one to the right has a frame from Thomas Frischknecht (Frischi).

    Last edited by yellowbook; 10-01-2013 at 04:19 AM.

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