Trek Madone 6.2 with Campagnolo

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cerro
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6-0.2=5,8kg?

Got my new frameset today. :D A stripped Trek Madone 6.2 2014 that will be built up with a bit unusual spec compared to a normal Trek Madone. With Campagnolo Super Record, Mavic Cosmic Carbone Ultimate, THM-Carbones Clavicula crank and some other nice small parts. Started today. Will change for a longer seatmast, for a longer and lighter stem, for lighter Ergopower clamps, shorter fork and so soon.

weight of a frame in size 50 H2:
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uncut fork:
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And as it looks after todays work:
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by crimsonbadger

Very nice. What bearings did you use with the crankset? First Madone/Trek BB90 bike I've seen with a Clavicula.

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4 6706-2RS bearings. Not sure how good it will work but hopefully okey. Really thin bearings.
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by Valbrona

I am still trying to work out if a Trek frame is worthy of Campagnolo components.

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by Kayrehn

If you changed out the brakes for the Shimano dura ace ones you'll end up with a frankenstein's child like mine :p

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Nice work, and an excellent weight.


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Finished today with training wheels, FFWD F2R DT190 with Vittoria Corsa CX and Tune DC14 QR, 5,89kg:
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by benonabike

That thing is SICK! Well done. :beerchug:

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by Wingnut

I really like it, one of the better TREK's I've seen so far...
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i like your shoe holders!

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It's not mine mike. At Veloshop which is the store I'm working in.
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