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    That looks like a very nice ride, but I wouldn't have posted it in the weight weenies section.

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    ^ Why not? It's pretty dang light!
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    Ti O'Beast
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    ^ Why not? It's pretty dang light!
    Its not even a complete bike. Why post the weight of a partially assembled bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliflap View Post
    here my Flash 29er

    i went 1x10

    36T front CarbonTi integral with ShiftUp chainguide

    11-36T Sram XX rear

    Industry nine hubs and spokes laced to Race Gold 29er rims ( light on rims, heavier on centre)

    carbon combo : integrated stem/bar/steerer tube from EP, 268g ( was a trial, can you imagine with a Schmolke bar ? )

    7440 grams

    more pics on my blog , commercial free

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    Now that is a light bike! Beautiful!

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    Eliflap is supposed to have updates for that bike. I asked him to post his bike in the Cannondale sub forum. Stay tuned.

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    It's not impressive showing a sub 8kg hardtail, rigid fork, singlspeed bike. If its a full suspension sub 8kg bike, yeah that's impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbogrover View Post
    Its not even a complete bike. Why post the weight of a partially assembled bike?
    This is true

    Quote Originally Posted by nrsnow View Post
    It's not impressive showing a sub 8kg hardtail, rigid fork, singlspeed bike. If its a full suspension sub 8kg bike, yeah that's impressive.
    I didn't know there was a weight cutoff and I didn't there was a weight weenie Sheriff in town.
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    My 2011 Rocky Mountain Element RSL 9.25kg

    Here is my 2011 Rocky Mountain Element RSL. Weight 9.25kg or 20.39lbs.

    Despiece:

    Frame: 2011 Rocky Mountain 70 RSL w/ Fox Float RP23 (2070g)
    Headset: Cane Creek
    Fork: 2011 Magura Durin SL (1391g)
    Shifter: Sram x.0 (125g w/cable)
    Rear Derailleur: Sram x.0 10 speed (202g)
    Crankset: Aerozine x-12 (715g)
    Pedals: Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3
    Chain: KMC X10SL(244g)
    BB: XXF Pressfit bb92(92g)
    Chainguide: E.Thirteen(67g)
    Cassette: Sram 1080x
    Seatpost: Climax carbon 30.9x350mm(126g)
    Collar: Woodman Deadgrip SL 34.9 red(12g)
    Saddle: Smud-Carbon Saddle (65g)
    Bottlecage: Smud-carbon alu bolts (5g)
    Stem: Syntace F109(116g)
    Handlebar: Hylix carbon 31.8 x 600mm
    Grips: ESI Chunky white(57g)
    Brakes: Magura Marta SL Magnesium(447g)
    Discs: Ashima Airotor(196g)
    Wheelset: Stans ZTR Race 7000 w/ American Classic hubs y DT Revos (546g y 661g)
    Quick Releases: Hope Quick Release (122g)
    Tires: Maxxis Monorail 2.1






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    Something is wrong with the crankset.

    Quote Originally Posted by hugofabreu View Post
    I had a carbon bike which didn't look good for long so I went back to bare metal. 10 year old Litespeed frame with a 6 year old Fox, XTR M952 rear derr, Dura Ace with Speen adapter front derr, M960 crankset with Experimental Prototype rings, Marta brakes with Formula rotors, Tune Speedneedle, Egg Beater Ti with Ti spindles, KCNC post, Syntace F99, Easton flat bars, Hope hubs on ZTR Olympics. 9.0 Kg = 19.8 lbs.

    Attachment 557793
    Something is wrong with the crankset.It is not straight.

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    A better pic:


    Swapped out the Captain for a Rocket Ron but also had to change from the SLR to something more comfortable. Managed to get a Spesh Phenom on loan from my LBS to see how i get on with the shape. Is there much difference between the Phenom and the Toupe in terms of comfort? They look to be a similar shape.

    It's about 17.9lbs at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roaringboy View Post
    A better pic:

    Swapped out the Captain for a Rocket Ron but also had to change from the SLR to something more comfortable. Managed to get a Spesh Phenom on loan from my LBS to see how i get on with the shape. Is there much difference between the Phenom and the Toupe in terms of comfort? They look to be a similar shape.

    It's about 17.9lbs at the moment.
    Regarding the saddles, I ride both, and honestly I think they feel the same. The only difference is the Toupe is the road version, and the Phenom is the MTB version. IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doccoraje View Post
    After a while I was able to get a v-brake Sewanee, old, 2005 since they stopped making it that year.
    Any way here it is after also installing one of the few v-brake Durin SL made, it substituted
    an R7 with a marginal weight gain of 20 gr.
    Frame 2005 Litespeed Sewanee
    Crank Bros Cobalt headset, Tune gum-gum expander, Extralite topcap
    Fork Magura Durin SL 80 V-brake option
    Syntace Vector riser handlebar and F99 90 mm stem
    Extralite Ultrafoam grips
    Crankset Mythiccarbon-Extralite 44-32-22 chainrings and Crank Bros ISIS Cobalt 108 BB
    Recon 11-32 Ti cassette, KMC 10X-SL chain
    4Ti Eggbeaters
    New Ultimate seatpost, M2racer seatbinder, Tune Speedneedle Marathon saddle
    XTR 970 tuned shifters, XTR 950 Front derraileur, XTR 970 tuned RD (outer carbon plate, Extralite pulleys, Ti spring, Al jockeybolts and der pivot)
    I-links and powercordz cables
    Extralite Ultralevers and Ultrabrakes
    DT Swiss 240s hubs, XR4.1 rims, aerolite spokes 28 front radial, 32 rear 3x
    Control Tech Race bolt-on skewers
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.1 rear, Nobby Nic 2.25 Snakeskin front
    Total weight 8.5 kg
    What kind of cranks?

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    Probably my favorite.

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    [QUOTE=Robin v Berkel;5384740]this with heavy bearings cups i got here 2 lichter one if i us them i get crank on 490gr+- and BB30 adaptos are 40/50gr+-

    68/73mm THM crank

    Nice...

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    [QUOTE=Scalty;5835516]a little picturespam, weight is near 7,4kg(16.31lbs) see list:
    scott scale 2005
    Very Very Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbogrover View Post
    That looks like a very nice ride, but I wouldn't have posted it in the weight weenies section.
    Looks like this thread is going from weight weenies to weight pricks.


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    full build here

    talesofthemissing.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/the-lynskey-pro-29er-rasta-build[/QUOTE]

    Very nice. I love the look of the Lynskey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    This is true



    I didn't know there was a weight cutoff and I didn't there was a weight weenie Sheriff in town.
    I know right? So offten in these forums you get someone who comes along and thinks they should make all the rules.

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    For just a second I thought he was peeing on it....

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    WOW!
    Whats the shifting system there?

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    Nice.

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    ...way to get your 10 posts by talking to yourself...

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    I don't know who pee'd in your cheerios, but if you were a bird you would obviously be moulting.
    And yes I do talk to myself....I find that I am always right.
    Dont be so jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcT View Post
    I don't know who pee'd in your cheerios, but if you were a bird you would obviously be moulting.
    And yes I do talk to myself....I find that I am always right.
    Dont be so jealous.
    It looks like we have a new wise ass in town!
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