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    GG Build Weights

    Lets keep it simple:

    Model: "Smash" or "Megatrail V1" or "Megatrail V2"
    Size: S/M/L/XL
    Air or Coil: "Coil fork, Coil Shock" or "Air"
    Carbon Wheels: Yes/No
    Dropper: Yes/No

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    If you didn't weigh your bike, just say "Didn't weigh, don't care."

    Some of us are "weight geeks" and we don't need discussions about bike weight doesn't matter. We know it doesn't, but some of us just like to know the numbers.

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    Don't care, but I did anyway.

    Model: GG Pedalhead Ride 1 build 27.5+

    Size: XL
    Air or Coil: uh 120mm Pike Air. lol no rear supension
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: KS Lev 175

    Weight: 31.1lbs - with spank spike pedals
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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    No Shred Dogg?
    I think you misunderstand. I want people to post their GG, any bike, with weights. My examples are above are just that, examples of how to label your bike within the template I provided.
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    30.8lbs with pedals (plastics OneUP). I usually ride HT clipless though.

    Model: Megatrail V2
    Size: M
    Air or Coil: Air fork (MRP Stage) coil shock, RS RCT with SAR Spring
    Carbon Wheels: Yes front, No rear (LB and DT 421)
    Dropper: Yes (revive)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    I think you misunderstand. I want people to post their GG, any bike, with weights. My examples are above are just that, examples of how to label your bike within the template I provided.
    Yep. Had a derpy moment. Thanks. After I get my back rebuilt, Iíll post.
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    Model: "Megatrail V2"
    Size: M
    Air or Coil: Air Fork: Pike 160mm / Coil Shock: Rockshox Super Delux Coil
    Carbon Wheels: No.
    Dropper: Yes KS LEV Integra

    Weighed in at a shade under 35 "34.14" with a full water bottle and my heavy TIME Zatac Pedals, and NUTS setup with 2.8 plus tube on the frame.

    Planned upgrades are MPR Ribbon coil on the way. and i9 wheels sometime this season. I will get a proper weight with the Ribbon when it arrives and gets installed.

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    The GG bike builder will let you try out quite a few possible builds and provide a weight for them. That's a great feature of the site and lets you look at whatever spec you are keen on within reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    The GG bike builder will let you try out quite a few possible builds and provide a weight for them. That's a great feature of the site and lets you look at whatever spec you are keen on within reason.
    It does but not all options are there for each build, and if you do something off spec, it may not be there. That said, most GG riders AFAIK arenít weight weenies.

    I donít care as much about the weight on the bike as the weight on the rider, but Iíll be happy to play when I get my bike back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stripes View Post
    It does but not all options are there for each build, and if you do something off spec, it may not be there. That said, most GG riders AFAIK arenít weight weenies.
    Given the purpose of the OP the bike builder would provide the info desired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    Given the purpose of the OP the bike builder would provide the info desired.
    Agreed but I wanted to let others know that sometimes it happens. The bike builder is pretty awesome, but definitely can be a bit frustrating when trying to make changes that may not be available for that specific selection.
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    Model: Megatrail V1
    Size: Medium
    Air or Coil: Air (Monarch Plus/Fox 36)
    Carbon Wheels: No (no carbon except for bar)
    Dropper: Yes

    Weight is 29.5 lbs w/ flat pedals

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    Model: Megatrail V2
    Size: Large
    Air or Coil: Air Fork (Lyric) Coil Shock (Super Deluxe RCT)
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: Fox Transfer 150mm

    Weight 32.8lbs
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    Bump for Trail Pistol or Smash build weights?
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    Model: Smash
    Size: XL
    Air or Coil: Coil
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: Yes

    36lbs 6oz

    XL Smash
    WTB Asym i35 / DT Swiss 350 Hubs, Competition Spokes, Alloy Nipples
    Schwalbe Nobby Nik 29x2.6 Tubeless w/ Cushcore
    SRAM GX Eagle
    Rock Shox Lyrik RCT3 160mm
    Rock Shox Super Deluxe RCT Coil (550 spring rate)
    SRAM Code R Brakes
    SRAM Locking DH Grips
    Race Face Turbine Dropper 30.9x490x175
    Specialized Henge Comp Saddle 155
    Race Face Atlas 35 x 800 bars
    Race Face Turbine 35 Stem 50
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    Model: Smash
    Size: XL
    Air or Coil: Air Fork (Ribbon) Air Shock (Fox DPX2)
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: Bike Yoke Revive 160

    Weight 32.5 lbs (on a bathroom scale, so not sure how accurate)

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    Model: Trail Pistol
    Size: Large
    Air or Coil: Air f&r
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: Yes LEV 150mm

    32 pounds

    Notes:
    185mm Mr. Whirly cranks (known heavyweights)
    Bar ends {gasp!}
    No carbon anywhere
    XT SPD pedals
    2.6" 29er tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
    Model: Smash
    Size: XL
    Air or Coil: Air Fork (Ribbon) Air Shock (Fox DPX2)
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: Bike Yoke Revive 160

    Weight 32.5 lbs (on a bathroom scale, so not sure how accurate)
    Do you have any carbon on your bike? What tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by fishrising View Post
    Model: Smash
    Size: XL
    Air or Coil: Coil
    Carbon Wheels: No
    Dropper: Yes

    36lbs 6oz
    Either coils add a lot of weight or there is some serious variability in weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    Do you have any carbon on your bike? What tires?



    Either coils add a lot of weight or there is some serious variability in weight.
    Cushcore, coils, tire differences, etc. all add up...but pushing 260lbs before being dressed for riding, I'm fine with it...rider weight to bike weight ratio is actually pretty good...

    Iíll weigh again when it gets back from the spa (full re-torque and lube), but until then:




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    Model: Trail pistol
    Size: Medium
    Air or Coil: coil
    Carbon Wheels: no
    Dropper: yes

    30.7 lbs with xt trail pedals

    I've since added some heavier parts but have not re weighed it. It rides so much better than my 28 lbs Anthem before it that I just don't care about the weight.


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    GG Build Weights

    Smash
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    Fox DXP2 and Fox 36 160mm Air
    DT Swiss E1700
    Bikeyoke 160mm
    DMR Vault Pedals
    29x2.5 DHF and 29x2.3 DD HRII
    Raceface Next R Carbon Bar
    Full Shimano M8000 Drivetrain and Brakes
    EThirteen Cassette

    31.5 lbs on a digital hanging scale.

    Pretty damn light for an aluminum bike of this class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    Either coils add a lot of weight or there is some serious variability in weight.
    Since virtually nobody is using a calibrated scale you'll get a decent amount of variation just due calibration error.

    Going full coil can add 1-2lbs depending on what the air components were and tires alone can be a significant variable.
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    Model: Smash, Raw
    Size: M
    Air or Coil: Coil fork, air shock
    Carbon Wheels: Yes
    Dropper: Yes

    Weight: 29.8bs with pedals. Lots of carbon bits, Hope brakes, XTR drivetrain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    Do you have any carbon on your bike? What tires?



    Either coils add a lot of weight or there is some serious variability in weight.
    As I mentioned, it was a quick stand on a bathroom scale, so maybe not super accurate. Here is my build:

    Frame Size: XL
    Frame Color: Limited Edition: RADiation
    Decal Color: Black
    Shock: Fox DPX2 Factory
    Fork: MRP Ribbon - 150 mm - Made in COLORADO!
    Bar/Stem/Crankset: Race Face Next R/Aeffect R/Next R
    Brakeset: Shimano Zee
    Drivetrain: SRAM X01 Eagle w/ 1295 10-50t Cassette (500% Range)
    Chainguide/Bash Guard: None
    Seatpost w/ 1x Lever: Bike Yoke Revive - 160 mm Travel
    Wheelset - Tubeless: DT Swiss XM 1501 i30
    Front Tire: Maxxis DHF 3C/EXO/TR 29x2.3
    Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion SS EC/EXO/TR 29x2.3
    Plus VP Harrier pedals.

    The GG bike builder gives a weight of 30.42 for this build sans pedals.

    Edit: Cranks are Turbines, not Next R, so add a little weight for that.

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    Medium Trail Pistola 29"
    Enduro 305
    Maxxis 2.5 F & R
    Ribbon and DPXN
    Turbine Cranks and next R bars
    MRP 1x Chainguide
    XT Brakes and Drivetrain
    e13+ Cassette

    31.0 lbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by regularrider615 View Post
    Medium Trail Pistola 29"
    Enduro 305
    Maxxis 2.5 F & R
    Ribbon and DPXN
    Turbine Cranks and next R bars
    MRP 1x Chainguide
    XT Brakes and Drivetrain
    e13+ Cassette

    30.0 lbs on the dot

    Bailey?
    Havenít thrown mine on the scale but it sure rides nice.
    I have a couple different wheelset I going to use on it and will post the weights

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    Rob?? Hey dude! Still need to get a GG ride together and get Adam in the loop. What wheelset did you end up going with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by regularrider615 View Post
    Rob?? Hey dude! Still need to get a GG ride together and get Adam in the loop. What wheelset did you end up going with?
    Sounds good.

    I have I9/Nox, I9 trail 245 and I9 Enduro S that Iím rotating between the TP and PH.

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    31 and some change, air over air, dropper specialized take off, 2.35 Ikon's 46t cassette, carbon bar 800mm, I9 rear hub, medium TP black and blue with black decals
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    Model: Trail Pistola
    Size: L
    Air or Coil: Air (Super Deluxe and MRP Ribbon)
    Carbon Wheels: Yes, Santa Cruz Reserve 30
    Dropper: Giant Contact SL 150mm

    31# with Sunrace 11-50T (boat anchor) cassette, Kona WahWah2 composite pedals and a tube strapped into the frame.
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    Model: Smash, Black and Blue
    Size: Large
    Air or Coil: Super Deluxe Coil rear, Ribbon air front
    Wheels: e13 TRS+ (aluminum) rims and Chris King hubs
    Dropper: Bikeyoke Revive 185mm
    Other spec: Hope Tech 3 E4 brakes, e13 TRS tires, only carbon part is my Chromag BZA bar

    Just a hair under 32.5lbs with pedals (Nukeproof Horizons), which is a lot better than I expected with very little carbon and those heavy (but amazing) e13 tires.

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    Model: Smash (black on black)
    Size: XXL (Race Build)
    Air or Coil: Air; Rock Shox Deluxe, Pike 140mm front
    Carbon Wheels: Aluminum, DT Swiss M1501
    Dropper:Bike Yoke Revive 160mm
    Other: XT brakeset, XT SPD pedals, Ergon Grips, 70mm Aeffect stem, Minon DHF front, Minion SS rear, GX Eagle 1x12

    32.2 lbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch View Post
    Model: Smash (black on black)
    Size:XXL (Race Build)
    Air or Coil: Air, Rock Shot Deluxe, Pike 140mm front
    Carbon Wheels:Aluminum, DT Swiss M1501
    Dropper:Bike Yoke Revive 160mm
    Other: XT bracelet, XT SPD pedals, Ergon Grips, 70mm Aeffect stem, Minon DHF front, Minion SS rear, GX Eagle 1x12

    32.2 lbs
    Hey Pitch, I'd love to see a photo of the black on black. Maybe you could start a new thread with pix of your bike rather than clutter this weight thread up.

    XXL frame? Holy smoke! Yeah, we gotta see that.

    Also I want to know where I can get an XT bracelet! Hopefully they're not too heavy.
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    Model: The Smash
    Size: XL
    Air or Coil: Air Front and Rear ( Lyrik 160/130, SuperDeluxe )
    Carbon Wheels: Yes - Race Face Next R
    Dropper: Yes - 200 mm 9point8 Fall line

    Other: Next R cranks, Spank Spike pedals, RaceFace SixC 820mm carbon bars.

    Weight: 32.8 pounds.
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    Model: Smash
    Size: Medium
    Air or Coil: Ribbon Air / Super Deluxe Coil
    Wheels: i9 Enduro S
    Dropper: KS Lev

    32.8# with XT trail pedals.



    Other: Zee brakes, Next R bar, Aeffect Crank, XT drivetrain.


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    Model: Smash
    Size: Large
    Color/Paint: RAW/none
    Fork: MRP Ribbon air
    Shock: RS Deluxe RT air
    Drivetrain: GX, e13 TRS 9-46
    Wheels: Spank Spike 350, Hope 4
    Tires: DHR II 2.4WT, Agressor 2.3
    Dropper: Bikeyoke 160
    Pedals: Spank Spike

    Other: MRP XCg bashg, NUTS (tube, lever, co2 cart, co2 head), cage and bottle. NO carbon.

    Weighed on a old digital bathroom scale. Weigh myself 2x, then weigh myself while holding bike 2x.

    33# - NO water bottle attached to frame.

    34.8# - WITH water bottle full of h2o.

    Compared to my old bike and NO bottle at 34.6# on the same scale.
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    Bump to keep this going, since lots of newcomers are interested in GG products.
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    Medium Smash as heavy as you can make it...
    coil front and back
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    If you guys could add if your bike is painted or raw, that'd be sweet. I have a feeling some of the paint options are heavier than others.
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    Model: Trail Pistol (Raw)
    Size: L
    Air or Coil: Air: Pike @ 130mm, Deluxe RT
    Carbon Wheels: Yes. Nox rims-- i9 rear hub, Am. Classic front
    Dropper: Yes: PNW Bachelor @ 170mm
    Weight: 30 lb, 6 oz on Park scale. Weighed with water bottle cage, GPS mount, no NUTS strap or tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padrefan1982 View Post
    Model: Trail Pistol (Raw)
    Size: L
    Air or Coil: Air: Pike @ 130mm, Deluxe RT
    Carbon Wheels: Yes. Nox rims-- i9 rear hub, Am. Classic front
    Dropper: Yes: PNW Bachelor @ 170mm
    Weight: 30 lb, 6 oz on Park scale. Weighed with water bottle cage, GPS mount, no NUTS strap or tube.
    I have to say, for a LARGE alloy bike with new school geometry, this is pretty damn good.

    You could probably get it under 30lbs with a lighter crankset and a lighter/smaller dropper post. Maybe a Step-cast 34?

    Do you run any type of tire insert?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    I have to say, for a LARGE alloy bike with new school geometry, this is pretty damn good.

    You could probably get it under 30lbs with a lighter crankset and a lighter/smaller dropper post. Maybe a Step-cast 34?

    Do you run any type of tire insert?
    No inserts. I'd run a RF Next cranks before, but had three different failures on them--kinda given up on them for the $$. I'm also somebody that wants more drop everytime, so I'd take a 200mm dropper if I could. There's probably a way to get below 30, but I think the cash required to drop below the mythical 30 pound barrier would be better spent on riding trips. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    If you guys could add if your bike is painted or raw, that'd be sweet. I have a feeling some of the paint options are heavier than others.
    Unsure if serious.

    There can't be more than an ounce or two of paint on a bike frame. Dry, that is. I could *maybe* see loading up the gun with 6-8oz of paint and I'm pretty sure I'd have some left in the cup at the end. Probably 25-50% of the paint wouldn't hit the bike, even with a skilled painter. And what does will lose about 50% of its mass after drying. So, yeah...I'm saying maybe 50-60g (~2oz), tops.

    Hell, even if you call it 100g (perhaps powdercoat can weigh this much), I think that's about the error tolerance for most people's measuring methods.

    Base your paint choice on what you think looks best and don't fret over it, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phuchmileif View Post
    Unsure if serious.

    There can't be more than an ounce or two of paint on a bike frame. Dry, that is. I could *maybe* see loading up the gun with 6-8oz of paint and I'm pretty sure I'd have some left in the cup at the end. Probably 25-50% of the paint wouldn't hit the bike, even with a skilled painter. And what does will lose about 50% of its mass after drying. So, yeah...I'm saying maybe 50-60g (~2oz), tops.

    Hell, even if you call it 100g (perhaps powdercoat can weigh this much), I think that's about the error tolerance for most people's measuring methods.

    Base your paint choice on what you think looks best and don't fret over it, man.
    Hmmmm..... a lot of frames (not sure about GG) have 1/2 lb or more in paint. Some companies (specialized?) even offer a lighter frame on their road bike side that has thinner paint application. I believe there's a fairly large difference in weight in the new Ripmo as well.
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    1/2lb seems super dubious to me.

    I did some googling looking for empirical measurements, and can't find much definitive. But it seems like there is general agreement that most paint is sub-100g. Powder is obviously thicker and heavier, and most of the estimates I see for it are simply 'over 100g.'

    Going back to what I have some knowledge in- car paint:

    With a quart of (mixed) single stage car paint (no separate clear), you could totally lay down a thorough coat of paint on an average car.

    Most paint is mixed 1:1 with reducer (which evaporates), so that's only 16oz of paint that could possibly be on the vehicle from a single, average coat. And I think I'm still estimating high.

    Painting a bike would be like painting a door or a fender. You don't need much; again, not counting any extra you spray because of waste, 'cause obviously that doesn't make the bike heavier...

    Where are the weight weenies when you need them? I bet some guy has weighed his paint.

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    FWIW, on the GG site, when you add color to a large frame and refresh, the weight increases .2 lbs.

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    Whoa thats a HUGE 3.2oz! That's 90 grams! That could make a 30lbs bike break the 29.8lbs barrier!
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    Model: Smash (frame only w Deluxe RT, headset, axle, hardware)
    Size: EM (Extra Medium)
    Paint: None More Black

    Weight: 8.1lbs.

    I gotta say, I was hoping it'd be lighter than that, but it's exactly what GG claims on their website, so I'm confident the total build weight will be around 31-32lbs depending on tires.
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    GG Build Weights

    Model: Trail Pistola, color: None more black
    Size: Medium
    Air or Coil: air front and rear
    Carbon Wheels: Yes
    Dropper: Yes

    Weight: 29 lbs, 5 oz on Park shop scale

    Details:
    Fox 34 factory fork set to 140
    Fox dpx2
    Wheels: we are one insiders laced to project 321 silent hubs
    Group: Sram XX1 Eagle
    Enve bar (780) and stem (40mm)
    Xtr trail pedals
    Fox transfer dropper 150


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    GG Build Weights

    Medium Trail Pistola
    Carbon ridefast wheels
    Coil mrp Hazzard and Ribbon
    Next Sl cranks
    Minion 2.5 exo wt f/r
    Deity alloy bars
    Oneup platforms
    9.8 dropper
    Deity saddle
    Hope tech 3 e4 brakes
    Mrp Amg guide
    X01/e13 9-44

    34lbs

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    Any carbon builds out in the wild with weights yet? Curious what their real world weights are looking like.

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    Early reports have the Revved Smash weights coming in pretty close to the Alloy models. That's largely because as the travel on the Smash has increased (now designed for 160mm forks with 145mm rear travel), the overall burliness of builds has increased.

    There are not as many Revved Trail Pistols floating around, but I think we'll find most of them coming in about a half-pound lighter than the alloy models. Nothing too substantial. You won't see them at World Cup XC events, haha.

    The one advantage though is that all the frames will likely end up stiffer than the alloy models. I felt this immediately on the Revved Smash I demoed.

    For this reason, I feel like the Trail Pistol covers more of the range from XC to AM. You could built it up with a Step-Cast 34, some carbon wheels and lightweight dropper for a 27lbs ripper of a trail bike, or run a coil, bigger fork, an burly tires for something that could hang with a Smash in all but the gnarliest of terrain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    Early reports have the Revved Smash weights coming in pretty close to the Alloy models. That's largely because as the travel on the Smash has increased (now designed for 160mm forks with 145mm rear travel), the overall burliness of builds has increased.

    There are not as many Revved Trail Pistols floating around, but I think we'll find most of them coming in about a half-pound lighter than the alloy models. Nothing too substantial. You won't see them at World Cup XC events, haha.

    The one advantage though is that all the frames will likely end up stiffer than the alloy models. I felt this immediately on the Revved Smash I demoed.

    For this reason, I feel like the Trail Pistol covers more of the range from XC to AM. You could built it up with a Step-Cast 34, some carbon wheels and lightweight dropper for a 27lbs ripper of a trail bike, or run a coil, bigger fork, an burly tires for something that could hang with a Smash in all but the gnarliest of terrain.
    Do you have your TP yet? How are you planning on building it?

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    Nope. Called last week and was told to expect an email for shipping notification this week or next. I haven't gotten it yet, so there ya go.

    My plan is a "Trail" build with a coil for rowdy days. No carbon. Most of my stuff moved from alloy Smash which weighed 31.6lbs. If my Revved TP weighs 31lbs, I'll call it a win!

    I have a Deluxe RT that I'll run as a temporary solution until either A) I can commit to a coil or B) I can get a new Metric McLeod or C) A Manitou Mara.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WATERBOOY View Post
    Any carbon builds out in the wild with weights yet? Curious what their real world weights are looking like.
    waiting on a scale to come in, will post my smash weight tomorrow

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    Just recently received my carbon Trail Pistol (setup Pistola).

    Build (tweaked Ride 1):
    Size 3 Frame
    MRP Ribbon Air, 140 mm
    Fox DPX2, 130 mm
    DT Swiss XM1501
    Industry Nine A35 Stem
    Shimano XT 1x11, e13 cassette
    Shimano XT Brakes (2 pot) with XT rotors (180mm/180mm)
    MRP AMg Alloy Chain Guide and Bash Guard
    Bike Yoke 160mm Dropper
    SDG Radar Saddle
    Maxxis Rekon's 2.4 (F/R) tubeless with sealant
    e13 Aluminum Crank Arms
    ODI Rogue Grips
    Race Face Next R Bar
    Shimano XT M8020 Pedals
    NUTS Kit (water bottle, bottle holder, spare tube, CO2 cartridge, inflator & tire lever)

    All inclusive weighed in right at 32.0 lbs.

    Now with a visual aid.


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    Quote Originally Posted by icelt View Post
    Just recently received my carbon Trail Pistol (setup Pistola).

    Build (tweaked Ride 1):
    Size 3 Frame
    MRP Ribbon Air, 140 mm
    Fox DPX2, 130 mm
    DT Swiss XM1501
    Industry Nine A35 Stem
    Shimano XT 1x11, e13 cassette
    Shimano XT Brakes (2 pot) with XT rotors (180mm/180mm)
    MRP AMg Alloy Chain Guide and Bash Guard
    Bike Yoke 160mm Dropper
    SDG Radar Saddle
    Maxxis Rekon's 2.4 (F/R) tubeless with sealant
    e13 Aluminum Crank Arms
    ODI Rogue Grips
    Race Face Next R Bar
    Shimano XT M8020 Pedals
    NUTS Kit (water bottle, bottle holder, spare tube, CO2 cartridge, inflator & tire lever)

    All inclusive weighed in right at 32.0 lbs. Can get pictures posted later.
    Nice! Thatís pretty close to what I would do if I were to buy a complete, but Iíve decided to go for the Deluxe RT shock for now to and Iím doing a full XT M8000 group including cranks and cassette and building my own wheels with White Industries hubs laced to We Are One rims. I was hoping that it would be closer to 28 lbs. I wouldnít include the NUTS kit in the weight, personally, but I do think pedals should be included in a bikeís weight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by icelt View Post
    Just recently received my carbon Trail Pistol (setup Pistola).

    Build (tweaked Ride 1):
    Size 3 Frame
    MRP Ribbon Air, 140 mm
    Fox DPX2, 130 mm
    DT Swiss XM1501
    Industry Nine A35 Stem
    Shimano XT 1x11, e13 cassette
    Shimano XT Brakes (2 pot) with XT rotors (180mm/180mm)
    MRP AMg Alloy Chain Guide and Bash Guard
    Bike Yoke 160mm Dropper
    SDG Radar Saddle
    Maxxis Rekon's 2.4 (F/R) tubeless with sealant
    e13 Aluminum Crank Arms
    ODI Rogue Grips
    Race Face Next R Bar
    Shimano XT M8020 Pedals
    NUTS Kit (water bottle, bottle holder, spare tube, CO2 cartridge, inflator & tire lever)

    All inclusive weighed in right at 32.0 lbs. Can get pictures posted later.
    Nice, mine is pretty similar. Ride 1 tweaked repeatedly while waiting for the bike.

    Size 3 frame
    DPX2 130mm
    Fox 36 140mm
    I9 Enduro 305
    X01 Eagle
    Guide RS brakes
    Bike Yoke Revive 160 dropper
    Rekon 2.4 + Stan's
    ODI Rogue grips
    OneUp Aluminum pedals

    My scale isn't super accurate, and kept coming up with slightly different weights between 30.2 and 30.4 lbs. I keep all my stuff in my hydration pack, so no onboard storage weight. For comparison sake my medium alloy Smash consistently weighs exactly 3lbs more, so somewhere just under 33.5 lbs. 1lb of that difference is tires. Smash is also rear coil, GX Eagle, alu bars & cranks, DT Swiss 1900 wheels.

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    Some things to note:

    Chainguide is weight that not all of us need. I've never ran one and don't have many issues with dropping chains or bashing chainrings.

    Longer droppers typically weigh more than shorter ones. For example the new 9.8 Fall Line R 30.9/150 is nearly 100g lighter than Revive 160.

    There was another guy on the facebook group who was getting 29.7lbs for a RTP with Ribbon SL, carbon wheels, Rekon 2.6s, Deluxe, fenders, bash guard and pedals. He estimate he could hit 28lbs without bashguard and fender.
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    Yeah, I'm not planning on running a chainguide on the TP either. I had one of my WFO and it may have kept me from dropping a chain, but I've never once dropped a chain on my hardtail with XT 1x.

    The Revive is so awesome that it is worth the extra 100 grams. I haven't owned a 9.8, but I had one of the Easton posts that used their technology and it was garbage, and a friend of mine has had issues with her 9.8. The Revive is so smooth and nice and is the best dropper I've owned by a longshot. All of my friends that have them also love them.

    I can't imagine that a fender and a chainguide would weigh 1.7 lbs. In fact, I doubt they're even a half pound combined.

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    2019 Revved The Smash Size 3
    - 160mm Lyrik RC w/ MRP Ramp Control
    - SD Super Deluxe Coil w/ 400# spring
    - OneUP Bash Guide
    - NUTS strap with 2 Co2 and head, 2 Pedro's irons and spare tube
    - Gnar fender on front
    - Zefal water bottle cage
    - Sensus Meaty Paws grips
    - Vittoria Goma TNT 2.4 up front
    - Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 EXO rear
    - Shelter tape applied to length of bottom of downtube from headset cup to bb impact pad.
    Everything else is standard for the RIDE 2 build

    Official weight last time I weighed it was 37.06

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    Smash, Size 3, 32.9lbs with chester pedals

    Race build but with;

    11-6 shock
    lyrik rc2 160mm
    NOX composites farlow wheels with Chris King Hubs

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanTemplar View Post
    Nice! Thatís pretty close to what I would do if I were to buy a complete, but Iíve decided to go for the Deluxe RT shock for now to and Iím doing a full XT M8000 group including cranks and cassette and building my own wheels with White Industries hubs laced to We Are One rims. I was hoping that it would be closer to 28 lbs. I wouldnít include the NUTS kit in the weight, personally, but I do think pedals should be included in a bikeís weight.


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    Thank you. Yeah by the time I thought to weigh it everything was already attached. Sometime later I can re-weigh without the NUTS and bottle just for grins. Still think the weight, at effectively full load out, to be quite impressive. SC, Yeti, Trek, Spec and the like expect $7K+ for build qualities and weights like this.

    Quote Originally Posted by buggravy View Post
    Nice, mine is pretty similar. Ride 1 tweaked repeatedly while waiting for the bike.

    Size 3 frame
    DPX2 130mm
    Fox 36 140mm
    I9 Enduro 305
    X01 Eagle
    Guide RS brakes
    Bike Yoke Revive 160 dropper
    Rekon 2.4 + Stan's
    ODI Rogue grips
    OneUp Aluminum pedals

    My scale isn't super accurate, and kept coming up with slightly different weights between 30.2 and 30.4 lbs. I keep all my stuff in my hydration pack, so no onboard storage weight. For comparison sake my medium alloy Smash consistently weighs exactly 3lbs more, so somewhere just under 33.5 lbs. 1lb of that difference is tires. Smash is also rear coil, GX Eagle, alu bars & cranks, DT Swiss 1900 wheels.
    So basically there is no such thing as a bad GG build.


    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    Some things to note:

    Chainguide is weight that not all of us need. I've never ran one and don't have many issues with dropping chains or bashing chainrings.

    Longer droppers typically weigh more than shorter ones. For example the new 9.8 Fall Line R 30.9/150 is nearly 100g lighter than Revive 160.

    There was another guy on the facebook group who was getting 29.7lbs for a RTP with Ribbon SL, carbon wheels, Rekon 2.6s, Deluxe, fenders, bash guard and pedals. He estimate he could hit 28lbs without bashguard and fender.
    Understood. I did need/want the bash guard, simple CR insurance, and in chatting with Bailey since I'll be doing at least a half dozen Trestle visits a year, the chain guide was an easy "why the hell not."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly88 View Post
    Model: Trail Pistola, color: None more black
    Size: Medium
    Air or Coil: air front and rear
    Carbon Wheels: Yes
    Dropper: Yes

    Weight: 29 lbs, 5 oz on Park shop scale

    Details:
    Fox 34 factory fork set to 140
    Fox dpx2
    Wheels: we are one insiders laced to project 321 silent hubs
    Group: Sram XX1 Eagle
    Enve bar (780) and stem (40mm)
    Xtr trail pedals
    Fox transfer dropper 150

    This one is outstanding to me! This is a bike I want to ride (or its updated carbon version)! Nice build!

    I wonder if GG will ever offer alloy frames again. It seems like many of today's leading manufactures are building such burly and strong carbon frames, that the weight is creeping up towards an alloy counterpart.

    If I rode 2 identical bikes that were exactly the same, except one was .5 lbs. heavier, I'm pretty sure I couldn't tell them apart.

    Love the builds, keep them coming guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasintrane View Post
    I wonder if GG will ever offer alloy frames again. It seems like many of today's leading manufactures are building such burly and strong carbon frames, that the weight is creeping up towards an alloy counterpart.

    If I rode 2 identical bikes that were exactly the same, except one was .5 lbs. heavier, I'm pretty sure I couldn't tell them apart.
    They won't be making metal bikes again anytime soon. If you are talking "what if?" 5 years+ down the road. Who knows? It's a possibility insofar as anything is possible.

    The difference between high quality carbon and aluminum frames is 0.5 - 1.5lbs for the same class of bike. So a marginal difference. I'm far more focused on whether the bike I am interested in is on the high quality/awesome design end of the spectrum than what the material it's made of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icelt View Post
    Just recently received my carbon Trail Pistol (setup Pistola).

    Build (tweaked Ride 1):
    Size 3 Frame
    MRP Ribbon Air, 140 mm
    Fox DPX2, 130 mm
    DT Swiss XM1501
    Industry Nine A35 Stem
    Shimano XT 1x11, e13 cassette
    Shimano XT Brakes (2 pot) with XT rotors (180mm/180mm)
    MRP AMg Alloy Chain Guide and Bash Guard
    Bike Yoke 160mm Dropper
    SDG Radar Saddle
    Maxxis Rekon's 2.4 (F/R) tubeless with sealant
    e13 Aluminum Crank Arms
    ODI Rogue Grips
    Race Face Next R Bar
    Shimano XT M8020 Pedals
    NUTS Kit (water bottle, bottle holder, spare tube, CO2 cartridge, inflator & tire lever)

    All inclusive weighed in right at 32.0 lbs.

    Now with visual aids! For me XT rotors were a must.
    Just acquired a more accurate bathroom scale.

    Updated weights:
    * As above and with some trail mudd.... 31.6 lbs

    * Removing the NUTS Kit... 31.0 lbs


    For those that don't want to include the pedals, bash guard and Stans for comparison purposes the build is easily into the 29 lb range.

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    Shred Dogg

    Frame Size: Size 3
    Shock: Cane Creek DBair IL
    Fork: Rock Shox Pike Ultimate RC2 - 150 mm
    Stem: Race Face Aeffect R - ō35 x 40 mm
    Brakeset: SRAM G2 RSC
    Drivetrain: SRAM GX Eagle w/ Descendant Carbon Cranks
    Chainguide/Bash Guard: None
    Seatpost w/ 1x Lever: SDG Tellis - 170 mm
    Wheelset - Tubeless: DT Swiss XM 1501 i30
    Front Tire: Maxxis DHF 3C/EXO/TR 27.5x2.6
    Rear Tire: Maxxis Aggressor EXO/TR 27.5x2.5
    Grips: ODI TLD
    Pedals: Anvl Tilt
    Mucky Nutz Fender

    31.47lbs per luggage scale

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    Smash build weight

    Shock: Super Deluxe RCT
    Fork: Lyrik Ultimate
    Handlebars: Oneup carbon
    Stem: I9 A35
    Ergon grips
    Brakes: Code RSC
    Shifter/derailleur: SRAM X01
    Chainguide: OneUp guide and bashguard
    Cranks: GX Eagle Dub boost
    Chainring: GX
    Chain: X01
    BB: SRAM DUB
    Pedals: OneUp
    Wheels: I9 Enduro 305
    Front tire: Assegai 2.5 w/Cushcore
    Rear tire: Aggressor 2.3 w/Cushcore
    Saddle: WTB Silverado Comp
    Seatpost: Oneup 180mm V2 dropper

    34 pounds on the dot according to bike shop scale. Feels lighter than that going up hill and absolutely rips going down! Love this bike, only 4 rides in but love how it handles. Waiting on a Push 11-6 (thank you end of year sale!)
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    Med Al Smash
    Coil Ribbon and coil RS Deluxe
    Nox rims on I 9 hubs
    Hope brakes with lever direct mounts
    Bike Yoke dropper
    ENVE Bar
    EDC kit in the steerer
    Sram XO1
    Cromag Ranger stem w/ Ti bolt kit
    31.8 on the shop scale

    ETA that's with XTR Trail pedals and I've swapped all M8 and M6 bolts with Ti and I'll lose more weight when I lose the GX crank.
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    Revved MegaSmash (Megatrail Size 2 Frame)
    Shock - EXT Storia Coil
    Fork - Ohlins RXF Coil
    Wheels - Race Face Al Rims Laced to Onyx Vesper Hubs
    Dropper - One up 210mm (Lowered to 190)
    Tires - Maxxis Assegai 3c (DH Casing)

    Weight - 34.4 Lb

    Not the lightest build but actually not bad considering how burly all the components are full coil front and rear. I think the DH casing tires might be a little overkill so may move to DD when time to replace and probably shave off almost a lb. Also I may change to an air fork soon that should take off a little more.

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