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    Weight of the Giant Trance 1

    Does anybody know what the weight of the new Giant Trance 1 is as a complete bike, preferably in the small size.

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    26.4 lb

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    Theres a long thread at the Giant forum regarding this Q. Seems its rather fat. Off the floor..around 28-31lbs prolly, depending on components. Hopefully since the NRS is gone in 06, there will be a much lighter version(carbon?) for 06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckman
    Theres a long thread at the Giant forum regarding this Q. Seems its rather fat. Off the floor..around 28-31lbs prolly, depending on components. Hopefully since the NRS is gone in 06, there will be a much lighter version(carbon?) for 06.
    Trance 1 is 26 pounds w/o pedals:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=64362

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    Quote Originally Posted by newboy04
    Trance 1 is 26 pounds w/o pedals:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=64362
    That must be an extra small. I have personally weighed a medium Trance1 and 2 as well as the trance frameset.

    T1= 28.0 with test ride pedals ie platform one side and spd on the other.
    T2= 28.8 standard pedals
    T Frameset=7lbs!!! ( this is my own personal buildup)

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