2014 Scott Addict Team

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by jolsen27

Final weight: 6.18 kg/13.6 lbs (working on a scale shot)


Frameset: 2014 Scott Addict Team 54cm (816g)

Fork & headset: 2014 Scott Addict Team (380g)
Seatpost: KCNC Ti Pro Lite 8000 350mm (159g)

Saddle: No name carbon saddle (95g)

Stem: FSA OS99 (80mm) (105g)

Bar: 3T Ergonova LTD 42cm (187g)

Brakes: KCNC C7 (180g)

Front derailleur: Sram Red (77g)

Rear derailleur: Sram Red (149g)

Crankset: Sram Red 50/34 (601g)

Bottom Bracket: Sram Gxp to BB86 (90g)

Chain: Shimano Ultegra 10 speed (261g)

Shifters: Sram Red 10 speed (299g)

Cassette: KCNC Titanium 12-27 (127g) 

Wheels: 2011 Mavic Ksyrium Elite (1578g)

Skewers: KCNC titanium (45g)

Inntertubes: Forte Superlight (127g)

Tires: Michelin Pro 4 Service Course (400g)

Pedals: Look Keo 2 Max Carbon (248g)

Cage: Bontrager RL (33g)


This is my first weight weenie build! And my first post on this forum. I have yet to document a few parts, but I wanted to at least list out what I've got so far.


This build started as a stock 2011 Scott Cr1 Pro (repaired carbon frame). Everything except the wheels have been replaced. My goal is to build a complete sub-6kg bike for $3000 (Just don’t have the money yet to throw at a $10k+ bike). I’m currently sitting at $2900 spent. If I factor in the cost recouped from selling off the parts I replaced, I’m at $2400 out of pocket. I’ve focused on upgrades that would offer the most weight savings for the money spent. I have several more options to shave grams, but I’m not in a rush and will upgrade when the right product and price comes along. Replacing the wheels would be the next thing, but for now the Elites are my peace of mind set. I will be enjoying this bike immensely and then commence additional upgrades in the winter.

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