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Old 04-01-20, 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Dfrost View Post
Iíll guess 25 lbs as weighed, having my own big frames with leather saddles for data points. Mine (63cm) also have big but light Compass EL tires, and Ti-railed saddles, but not the extra height of this one. And I doubt that your rear fork approach saves weight.
Closer, the seat, post, clamp setup weighs 2.4 and could easily be cut in half or more to shed over 1lb.

Tires could lose 1lb. easy too.

I was surprised by the frame weight, it is not as much as I would have expected, certainly not light either, any guess on it?

Do you know how much any of yours weigh, frame only?
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