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    New ride! Sometimes “Les” is more

    It’s done and 18.70lbs

    Pivot Les large frame
    Enve bar/stem/seatpost
    Xx1 crank
    Stages power meter
    Xtr m9000 brakes
    Fox factory 32sc (new stiffer 2020 fork)
    Bontrager carbon saddle
    Endless spacer kit and cog
    Stan’s podium srd wheelset
    Maxxis ikon 2.2’s
    Cane creek 110 headset
    Esi grips




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    Project One Trek Madone 9
    Trek Top Fuel 9.8
    Pivot Les

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    Nice looking build!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by newking View Post
    Nice looking build!!!!
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    Jesus that's crazy weight. Are the wheels flexi as hell?
    How much did it cost?

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    That is impressively light. How's she ride?

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    Great build!
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    Jeff, how are you liking it now, after a few rides? How’s it riding?


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    Quote Originally Posted by plummet View Post
    Jesus that's crazy weight. Are the wheels flexi as hell?
    How much did it cost?
    Re the wheels, I’m 180 lbs before gearing up, and I wouldn’t touch those wheels...way too light for me. On my LES SS, I run Nox Farlow 29mm ID rims.


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    Nice bike OP.

    Quote Originally Posted by waltaz View Post
    Re the wheels, I’m 180 lbs before gearing up, and I wouldn’t touch those wheels...way too light for me. On my LES SS, I run Nox Farlow 29mm ID rims.


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    With good reason--the rider weight limit on those wheels is 190lbs!

    Seeing the weight for that wheelset makes me think I need to upgrade my wheels. But I probably won't because I'm cheap and will keep riding my 5 year old crap. It's nice to dream though.

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