Litespeed 2013 Cohutta 29er Titanium XX1 21 lbs 6 oz

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by nrsnow

nice job.
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by DRAGON60

I'm sure the 11th commandment must be THOU SHALL NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOR'S MOUNTAINBIKE--but damn that bike is beautiful!!!


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DRAGON60 wrote:I'm sure the 11th commandment must be THOU SHALL NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOR'S MOUNTAINBIKE--but damn that bike is beautiful!!!

Thank you :thumbup:

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by kgt

Impressive. A good ti frame is always something special.


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by texmex

excellent taste my friend! Any idea how much the wheels weight as you assembled them?

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by justaute

Very nice. Wish those Crest rims would work for me -- I'm 205 lbs. :(

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by DanW

Really, great looking solid bike at a great weight! Can go wrong aesthetically with a Ti frame :)

A downtube mounted bottle cage though? You must be in the US :wink:

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texmex wrote:excellent taste my friend! Any idea how much the wheels weight as you assembled them?

Thank you :thumbup:
ExtraLite Hubs Sapim CX Ray bladed Spokes Crest 29er Rims Alloy Nipples 1440g

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justaute wrote:Very nice. Wish those Crest rims would work for me -- I'm 205 lbs. :(

Thank You :-)
I would go with Enve Rims :D

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DanW wrote:Really, great looking solid bike at a great weight! Can go wrong aesthetically with a Ti frame :)

A downtube mounted bottle cage though? You must be in the US :wink:

Thank you :thumbup:
Yes I am in the US.
Customer is not going to use downtube mounted bottle cage for water bottle.

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by DanW

Sorry, the cage comment was just a light hearted observation from some US reviews demanding 2 bottle cage mounts on certain frames. A stupid comment not a criticism- now I read it back it looks pretty daft.

It is really a great robust and practical yet light build that you would feel happy riding anywhere at anytime and have full confidence in the bike. I would be more than happy to have that as the one do it all bike and be very happy- lucky customer! :D

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by justaute

Enve? Gotta spread my $$$ among all my hobbies. 8)

MOTOMATT wrote:
justaute wrote:Very nice. Wish those Crest rims would work for me -- I'm 205 lbs. :(

Thank You :-)
I would go with Enve Rims :D

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