I discovered a new hobby recently - fixing/upgrading my bike. So I'm trying to make my bike as light as possible given a set amount of budget.
Started with last year's Trek Wahoo 29er (Size: 17.5)
Frame: Trek Wahoo (Same as Marlin/Mamba/Cobia/X-caliber)
Fork: Rockshox Recon Silver TK Solo Air
Handle Bar: (Stock) Bontrager Low Riser 31.8mm
Stem: (Stock) Bontrager Stem
F/R Hubs: Shimano XT M756
F/R Rims: Mavic TN317
F/R Brakes: Avid BB5
Tires: Stock Bontrager 29x2.1 tires with tube
Crankset+BB: Shimano XT M780, (removed large and small chainring for 1x9)
Pedals: VP flats(VP-69)
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio 9 Speed
Rear Cog: Shimano HG-50
Chain: Shimano HG-53
Saddle: Serfas Stinger
Seatpost: Thomson Elite 330mm
Bike weights 27.8 lbs................
I got ~$200 left in my bicycle budget for the 2012, and thanks to fail bernanke's qe3 I'm determined to spent it before it goes worthles
What my missing here? What would be the most effective way for me to spent the two hundred bucks in terms of making my bike lighter?
(picture coming up tomorrow)
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