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    Scott Scale Pro 29 Weight Help

    This is my setup. As is, it comes in at around 21.5. Posting here I should probably get that dialed in but here is what I got. I weight 195lbs so I am limited on the super light weight stuff. What areas can I trim weight on the bike. Thanks for your input

    Scott Scale Pro 29er Large
    3M car bra coating on the bottom of the frame
    XTR 980 2x10 38-26 Crankset
    XTR press fit BB
    XTR 980 Shadow Plus rear D
    XTR 980 Front D
    XTR 985 F/R Brakes
    XTR Ice Tech 160mm rotars F/R
    XTR 980 Shifters
    XTR cables/housing
    XTR 985 pedals
    XTR 980 11-36 cassette
    KMC X10 Chain
    King Ti Cages (2)
    Ritchey C260 aluminum Stem (100mm)
    Ritchey Carbon WCS Seat Post
    WTB titanium rail seat (206g)
    KCNC seat clamp (13.5g) its huge at 38.2mm
    Stans Crest wheels with 3.30 hubs (custom build by Dave of Speed Dream wheels to accommodate my weight)
    Stans Skewers F/R
    Maxxis Ikon Rear
    Maxxis Ignitor Front
    Tubeless
    Ritchey Carbon D10 handlebar
    ODI Rogue lock on Grips (I also have WCS foam grips)
    Fox Fit RLC 100
    Ritchey headset (stock)
    20mm aluminum headset spacers

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    You cant, just ride it.

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    Ditch the saddle and seatpost.. Just kidding.
    Seriously you've got one sweet ride already.
    But since you dont seem to have a budget..
    Try out a carbon wheelset with the lightest hubs you can get.
    Then also switch to a carbon/ti saddle.
    Then try a lefty fork.
    Then carbon cranks.
    Then 1x9.
    Then crank brothers Ti eggbeaters.
    Then XX drive train with gripshift.

    In the end I completely agree with mmm..bicycles... Just go out and ride what you currently have.

    I'm not posting to offend or mock you. I just hope you realize you already have a sweet bike.

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    Shimano/Pro XCR or Koryak lock on grips can likely save you 25-30gms
    I'm a member of NSMBA and IMBA Canada

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    1x10

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    Now you have the bike, work on getting yourself in cycling shape now.
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    Thank you for the feedback and I am not offended. I thought it was pretty much there but figured I asked the weight weenie forum just in case there might be something I am totally missing. Thanks again!

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    Ride the thing - ALOT and it will lose weight... I mean you will lose weight, and the bike will get faster... I mean you will get faster... 21.5 lbs is freakin light! My Superfly Single Speed is 21.5 lbs! Ride the bike!

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