Stiggy - The Santa Cruz Stigmata
Having spent a year building up the Ridley X-Fire in my .sig, I realized it wasn't the bike I was looking for. So, I sold it and recently got this Santa Cruz Stigmata CC from a teammate.
Much like me, he bought it, spent a bunch of time and money building it up, and decided it wasn't for him. Sucks for him, but great for me. It's only got parking lot miles on it.
Weight as shown* : 16.98 lbs. / 7.70 kg.*Swapped XTR for Eggbeater pedalsThe Core
2015 54cm Santa Cruz Stigmata CCDrivetrain
Shimano ST-RS685 Hydro / Mechanical Shifters
Campagnolo CX11 36/46 172.5 Crankset (huh?)
Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Front Derailleur
Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Short-Cage Rear Derailleur
Ultegra 6800 11-32 CassetteWheels
ENVE M50 Clincher / Tubeless rims
DT Swiss 180 Ceramic Centerlock Hubs
Vittoria 27mm Open Pave clincher tireThe Stopping Dept.
Shimano BR-RS785 Hydro Brake Calipers
Shimano Ice-Tech Rotors (160mm F / 140mm R)Touchpoints
ENVE 100mm Stem
ENVE 42cm Compact Road Bars
ENVE 27.2 Setback 2-Bolt Seatpost
Lizard Skin DSP 2.5 Bar Wrap
Fi:zik Tundra 00
Eggbeater 11 TiMiscellanea
ENVE Garmin Mount
Cane Creek 110 HeadsetWeird but True
* Despite a complete Shimano build, my friend decided to put a Campy CX crank on it. Shimano *really* needs to release that 46T Dura Ace chainring
* One can successfully run a Dura Ace (short-cage) rear derailleur with an 11-32 cassette (so long as you limit the size of your front ring)Plans:
* I'd like to put some wide tubeless gravel-friendly tires on there so I can play on-road and off.
* I'm going to change the rings on one of my compact Rotor SRMs to 36/46, change the BB, and install the Rotor
* Sometime... Di2 again (like on the X-Fire)