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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2017 12:05 pm 
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When I bought the Madone 7 series in 60 H1 I was very pleased with the bike. It was stiff enough for me and very responsive yet relatively comfortable for a race bike. The only issue I had with the bike was the rear brake and also slightly higher stack - I would appreciate lower headtube combined with regular bars - not with Rotundos.

I was checking eBay everyday for Emonda SLR. I truly love Trek - the geometry suits me and I truly admire their details. Careful and trouble-free internal routing, seat mast design, BB90, direct mount brakes and the aggressive GEO of H1 is hard to find elsewhere. One day I got lucky and found Emonda SLR in 58 H1 - never ridden and in a great shape with other components for free. Black matte wasn't the most inspiring color, but the gold accents help.

There is so many Emondas everywhere and frankly I just love to have a bike which is completely different compare to the stock versions. The grouppo was therefore very important. I was getting the same feel of Di2 being boring and soul-less so I want to get back to mechanical. Shimano DA 9000 is everywhere and seems to be suddenly obsolete when r9100 hit the market, but the r9100 was over the budget. I always dislike DoubleTap shifiting so no SRAM either.

I decided to give Campagnolo another shoot and this time get Record instead Chorus. The only deviation is Chorus FD and Super Record 2014 crankset - I prefer the design and also the price was very tempting. Hopefully CULT will be as long lasting as others say. Found some Record cassette laying around so that save me some money as well.

This is very much work in progress so stay tuned! Pictures soon!

Frame, fork and hardware
Trek Emonda SLR H1 58 (w/o chain catcher, DuoTrap and w/ mech cable stops)..... 880g
Seat mast topper and saddle clamp hardware (175/20mm)..... 149g
Trek Campagnolo BB adapter Kit....... 20g
Fork (Uncut)..... 303g
Fork Compression Plug...... 27g
Full Headset...... 69g
Trek DuoTrap S Sensor..... 24g
S3 Chain catcher..... 11g
Subtotal: 1,483g

Groupset Campagnolo Record
Shifters Campagnolo Record..... 348g
Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Record..... 170g
Front Derailleur Campagnolo Chorus..... 76g
Crankset Campagnolo Super Record 175 53/39..... 598g
Front Brake Campagnolo Direct Mount for Veloce/Potenza..... 176g
Rear Brake Campagnolo Direct Mount for Veloce/Potenza..... 176g
Cassette Campagnlo Record 12-27..... 230?g
Chain Campagnolo Record..... 235g
Cables Jagwire Link..... 100g
Subtotal: 2,107g

Front Wheel
Reynolds Aero 46..... 562g
Lightweight Quick Releases..... 20g
Challenge Criterium Road SC Tubular..... 260g
Total Front Wheel Weight: 842g

Rear Wheel
Reynolds Aero 46..... 696g
Lightweight Quick Releases..... 24g
Challenge Criterium Road SC Tubular..... 260g
Total Rear Wheel Weight: 980g
Subtotal (wheels, tires and skewers)..... 1,822g

Finishing Kit
Bontrager VR-C Lite..... 233g
Bontrager XXX -7° 130mm..... 136g
Fizik Volta R3..... 235g
Time Xpresso 10... 190g
Bontrager RXL..... 36g
Fizik Superlight..... 72g
Finishing kit subtotal: 900g

Planned total weight: 6,312g

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:07 pm 
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Sounds great. Let's see it!

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2017 2:46 am 
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coloclimber wrote:
Sounds great. Let's see it!


Congrats! From time to time, there's def some deals on Fleabay.

I would've guessed your SLR build weighed less.. need to see some pics to go along with your thorough weight listings.

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