I haven't posted any of my bikes here. Too many critics
, and my Cannondales aren't anything special, relatively speaking; just the lightest parts I could get within my budget at the time. The Helix, I just finished a couple weeks ago. Still dialing it in a bit as I get time to ride it. Ride is very smooth and it handles great.
I will weight the post tonight, as I still have one new in the box for the Cooper build. Just to note, they use the ENVE clamp for the saddle rails, and they provide two sets of hardware, so you can use it on saddles with larger rails. "Lynskey" is laser etched on the post, so it's a nice touch.
I just built a Helix Pro (2016); XL frame, though. Just the frame with the integrated hanger, seat post clamp and under bracket (BB30) cable guide, the frame was 1519g. Fully Built, I haven't weighed it yet, but I built it with Red 22 and it has a BB3 Red Quarq (Exogram). Using an ENVE Road 2.0 fork. I chose the Lynskey seatpost (27.2, 25mm setback, 400mm). Maybe not your length, but I can certainly weight it when I get home if you would like to know the weight (for comparison).
Nice! Have you posted your bike here? With the server change I can't look for peoples past posts at the moment....
Yeah weigh the seat post, that would be awesome. Mine's a different brand, and only 350mm but will be interesting when I get it to compare to Lynskey model. Then I get the frame of course I'll weigh it - very curious to see how much lighter it is than a XL. (Lynskey won't respond to my questions about frame weight).