Thanks for the nice compliments.
@lobular - ya, I had the SISL cranks prior and loved them, though didn't really care for the 11 speed rings. So got the SISL2 when they came out - the Q factor is now like regular cranks, not like they were before and the bootie rub bugs me, too. Never had that issue prior.
@bikewithnoname - you know, that weight is about the weight I get all my bikes at. My Colnago C59 was basically the same and I had the same build but with Record cranks. The SISL2 cranks are probably 100 grams lighter, the saddle maybe 10 grams and the peddles maybe 15 grams - I suspect the difference is in the weight on the frame as everything else is the same (ENVE and Cosmic SLRs are very close in weight too). The frame isn't small by any stretch - very close to a colnago 60cm traditional or 56S. The headtube is oversized as are the chainstays and down tube.
One thing I like about the build is that it's a big bike but doesn't look huge. I stopped by firefly and Tyler was welding it right when I got there. As you can see, the headtube is just huge, like a can of beer. I was nervous, but built up it came out great.1479500_10202449618907957_80757564_n
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