6,76kg Pegoretti Responsorium Ciavete 2014 - Bandung

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fitrataramizar
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by fitrataramizar

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Hi,

This is the 3rd bike posted here.
My 1st bike posted 2years ago, it is the cervelo R5vwd, now scaled sub 3,6kg, last time posted here at 3,78kg, will updated the parts & pictures soon.
Another weenies carbon and metal bicycles collections will posted here soon.

Btw, this Pegoretti is a great frames.
Like a magic, he make a steel bikes feels like a high end carbon bikes.
The important things are : the handling & stabiliti during fast descent could not compare to another carbon bikes that I have.

Build sub 7kg by Ahaw Custom Works in Katapang Bike - Bandung.

Here is the specifications :

Spreadsheet with weights (in grams):
1. Frame : 1840gr // Columbus Stainless Steel size 48cm + 2 cable stopper/springs
2. Fork : 380gr // Falz cutted
3. Headset : 110gr // Chris King + Extralite + BTP caps/bolt
4. seatpost clamp : 8gr // OEM carbon repainted to white
5. Seatpost : 98gr // OEM carbon
6. Saddle : 98gr // OEM repainted white
7. Stem : 124gr // 3TTT
8. Bar : 228gr // Ritchey Alloy
9. Bartape : 60gr // + caps
10. Bottle Cage : 24gr // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
11. OuterCables : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
12. Inner Cables : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
13. Brakes : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
14. Front derailleur : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
15. Rear derailleur : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
16. Crankset : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
17. Bottom Bracket : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
18. Chainrings : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
19. Chainring bolts : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
20. Chain : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
21. Shifters : ??? // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
22. Cassette : 112gr // Recon Gold one piece + caps
24. Wheels: : 1.294gr // Campagnolo Record 80th Anniversary
25. Tires : 252gr // Continental Podium
26. Pedal : 124gr // Speedplay X1 tuned w/btp butterfly
27. Computer : 32gr // Cateye Strada Slim White
28. Quick Release : 28gr // Blue Tune with carbon axle

TOTAL : 6,76Kg


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bikewithnoname
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by bikewithnoname

Love the matching post and stem!

That’s a great build, although the Ritchey bar is a little incongruous with the rest of the build, perhaps you can source something Italian? A white Deda presa or 3T team bar would match the theme and keep it Italian
"We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities." Oscar Wilde

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by ultyguy

Wow just wow. I've just picked up an 80th groupset and am debating what to put it on. Surprised at how good it looks w/ the Ciavette scheme!

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kgt
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by kgt

Perfection! One off.

fitrataramizar
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by fitrataramizar

@bikewithnoname : yes, thanks for the critic of the component details.
at the time I'm in a hurry to build the bike, and then I found very cheap white alumunium ritchey bar..
to test the 'all white' color tone I put this heavy bar.
Of course I will change to another one lighter.

For the seat post & stem... It is made in my family member, she takes art & design degree.
I asked her to make it as similar as the frames paint character.
Hope Mr.Pegoretti don't mind for what I've done to match the frame.

regards.

wangsanegara
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by wangsanegara

fitrataramizar wrote:@bikewithnoname : yes, thanks for the critic of the component details.
at the time I'm in a hurry to build the bike, and then I found very cheap white alumunium ritchey bar..
to test the 'all white' color tone I put this heavy bar.
Of course I will change to another one lighter.

For the seat post & stem... It is made in my family member, she takes art & design degree.
I asked her to make it as similar as the frames paint character.
Hope Mr.Pegoretti don't mind for what I've done to match the frame.

regards.


Very nice indeed...

Andreas.

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irongatsby
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by irongatsby

wowsers... respect...

I agree on bars. Maybe just remove graphics and put a silver decal in the center so the '3T' reads in silver?

steventran
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by steventran

I just got my Respo and was wondering where you got your seatpost clamp. It's a proprietary size, right? 33.2mm?

What derailleur hanger are you using?

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beepbeep
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by beepbeep

Beautiful!!!
And that's a great match your family member did on the stem and post! :shock: When I first saw it I wondered how you managed to get Mr Pegoretti to paint them, I read on his site that he doesn't even paint the forks (with no exceptions).

colster
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by colster

Your supposed to take the dust caps off your valves :lol:

Beautiful bike btw

velomane
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by velomane

That Pegoretti stuff is pure art work. I don't know if I could ever bring myself to ride one lest it get a speck of dust on it.

awjpca
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by awjpca

What what a lovely build. I'm especially fond of the blue touches as the bottle cage bolts and skewers. They go well with the rest, but I just love blue anywhere!
Love the gold cassette as well. But of course, the frame is definitely the standout piece.

chazmtb
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by chazmtb

Weight weenie winner. Hands down no matter what the material.


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DanW
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by DanW

That is flippin' lovely!

I'd go black bars and black QR's personally but the rest is just perfection. Maybe a less chunky seatclamp could be nice but that is being really picky. Even like the bar tape and white saddle when they wouldn't normally be things I'd go for. Maybe you need an integrated bar/stem custom painted like the frame for the ultimately knock out blow :D

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