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    Nice ride.

    What's all that white stuff around the bike. . .

    Sucks to be you. 77 and sunny today in Tucson. Had to put on the sunscreen
    Scott Scale 29er with Carbon Lefty at an insane 16.9 pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igor Gordienko View Post
    Here is mine. 19lbs Orbea Alma 29 2012, race ready.













    Frame: Orbea Alma 29 S Team 2012
    Fork: Rock Shox SID World Cup 29 2012
    Disk Brakes: Formula R1
    Disk Rotors: Sram XX
    Shifters: Sram XX
    Front derailleur: Sram XX
    Rear derailleur: Sram XX
    Crankset: Sram XX 26x39
    Cassette: Sram XX 11-36
    Chain: KMC X10SL
    Handlebar: Schmolke TLO 31,8x660mm
    Stem: Ritchey WCS 4 Axis OS 2012, mm
    Grips: ESI Racer's Edge
    Seatpost: Schmolke TLO
    Seat: Fizik Tundra 00 Carbon
    Pedals: Crank Brothers Egg Beater 11
    Hubs: Acros .54
    Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray
    Rims: ZTR Crest 29
    Screws: 15mm QR front, DT SWISS Thru Bolt 10mm rear.
    Tyres: Maxxis Aspen eXCeption 29x2,1, Icon 3C 29x2,2


    Nice ride.

    What's all that white stuff around the bike. . .

    Sucks to be you. 77 and sunny today in Tucson. Had to put on the sunscreen
    Scott Scale 29er with Carbon Lefty at an insane 16.9 pounds.

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    Sweet ride Igor !
    How is the rear thru bolt? Is is stiffer than the usual qr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vladxc View Post
    Sweet ride Igor !
    How is the rear thru bolt? Is is stiffer than the usual qr?
    Thank you! Yes, thru bolt feels significally stiffer to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdcerreta View Post
    What's all that white stuff around the bike. . .
    Let it snow

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    That Orbea Looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdcerreta View Post
    Sucks to be you. 77 and sunny today in Tucson. Had to put on the sunscreen
    It is mother-Russia There is about 0c. deg. in Moscow and about -40c in deep Siberia

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    Ummmm. . . I'm freezing just thinking about it. It was 55 the other day in the morning and it was too cold to go out for a ride. I had to wait until it was 65.
    Scott Scale 29er with Carbon Lefty at an insane 16.9 pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdcerreta View Post
    Ummmm. . . I'm freezing just thinking about it. It was 55 the other day in the morning and it was too cold to go out for a ride. I had to wait until it was 65.
    a.k. mentioned degrees Celsius. 0 C = 32 0 F

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    No Saint

    I do have No Saint Max Ari R 19" with XTR , XO and Fox F100 RLC and the weight show me @ 9.4 kg ...
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    my Cannondale

    10.5 kg
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    Really nice looking bike. Question for you - do you have an idea of how much weight the ceramic coating added to your XTR cranks? I really like the look and I've got a tattered set of 960's that I am looking to mod for SS use. I was going to go the usual route and just strip the remainder of the finish and polish them but getting them coated seems like a more attractive option. Also, do you recall what you paid to have them coated? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor Ripley View Post
    Really nice looking bike. Question for you - do you have an idea of how much weight the ceramic coating added to your XTR cranks? I really like the look and I've got a tattered set of 960's that I am looking to mod for SS use. I was going to go the usual route and just strip the remainder of the finish and polish them but getting them coated seems like a more attractive option. Also, do you recall what you paid to have them coated? Thanks in advance.
    Which XTR cranks are you referring to? On this page, all I see is SRAM and Rotor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theZapper View Post
    Which XTR cranks are you referring to? On this page, all I see is SRAM and Rotor.
    Yeah its really hard for those of us who prefer the linear mode to know who you are speaking to when you don't quote them. I switched to threaded mode and draw that it was 1spd he was speaking to.
    I make maps and ride a SS El Mariachi with a rigid Fargo fork:
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    Quote Originally Posted by forgiven_nick View Post
    Yeah its really hard for those of us who prefer the linear mode to know who you are speaking to when you don't quote them. I switched to threaded mode and draw that it was 1spd he was speaking to.
    my bad. I'll refine my technique.

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    My Winter Bike

    Minus 5C now in Sapporo City... here's my winter bike, also race-ready:


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    I would guess that Scott Scale weighs in around 14 pounds with RocketRons, but Ice Spikers are serious tires for the snow and come with more weight.

    What does it weigh?
    Scott Scale 29er with Carbon Lefty at an insane 16.9 pounds.

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    What cranks are on the Scale. Can't tell from the photos.

    I see you are running some ultralight road bike derailleurs and cassette. Looks great!
    Scott Scale 29er with Carbon Lefty at an insane 16.9 pounds.

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    Sorry for the huge picture!

    It's 7.08Kg with those tires and 50mL sealant in each tire. Those are Powerarms cranks.

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    The roads are icy here, tires without spikes are a no go.

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    Since I have a pair of XTR M960's posted on another page on here I will answer. ??? I don't know, it is my understanding that it is lighter than the powder coat that comes with them. You can contact RD (he's a member on here Crazy8 is his screen name), just shoot him a PM. He owns a company that does ceramic coating. I think the site is STB performance coatings~Home He would be able to answer your question for sure. I doubt that it is anything drastic mind you but I can say that it is more durable and there are several different colors that you can choose from.
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    BMC teamelite TE01 2012 - 7,76 kg



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    NIIICCCCEEEE! i hope the seatpost isn't some crazy size, it looks like it would be heavy.
    RAH!

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    the seatpost weights 202g (350mm/31,6mm).

    It will be substituded by one from MCFk wich weighs 110 g

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    Cool bike. Enjoy it.

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