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diegogarcia
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by diegogarcia

Marwin3000 wrote:Here's mine! Right above 7kb with no mods! Really want to close up on 6.8kg! Any suggestions of inexpensive things I colud do? Will be changing the wheel set and the handlebars.
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Lovely stuff, super looking bike, but like to see the image straightened :mrgreen:

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crohnsy
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Location: Canada

by crohnsy

cerro wrote:crohnsy: You got more pictures on that beautiful one? Which size? My dream frame number 1


I took some more now that she is complete for the season. 6.1 kg now ready to go. Couldn't ride due to illness last year so now I need to make up for lost time. Fortunately our snow is gone now which is rare to be riding snow free in March..

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S-Works Project Yellow by _Crohnsy, on Flickr

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S-Works Project Yellow by _Crohnsy, on Flickr

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S-Works Project Yellow by _Crohnsy, on Flickr

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SRAM Red LTE by _Crohnsy, on Flickr

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Hi|ikus
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Joined: Sun May 14, 2006 2:46 am
Location: Brisbane, QLD, Australia

by Hi|ikus

Here's mine. 58cm frame, 6.99kg as pictured. Drops under 6.8kg with the 28H/32H Chris King R45/Crono F20/CX-Ray tubs with 320tpi Evo CX's.

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Shut up legs and do what I tell you!

johnsonj718
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Joined: Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:45 pm

by johnsonj718

great picture! How did you get the lighting like that?

todayilearned
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Joined: Sat Mar 03, 2012 1:43 am

by todayilearned

Got those stickers peeled off and fitted.

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- 2012 Specialized Tarmac w/ Force
- 2012 Cannondale CAAD 10-5 w/ Ultegra

lokker
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Joined: Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:16 pm

by lokker

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S-Works Tarmac SL3 Dura Ace 7900

thunderceptor
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Joined: Fri May 07, 2010 6:40 am

by thunderceptor

Just switched out the Easton EC90SLs for a set of Enve 45s on the SL4. I'm not fully decided yet, but I think the decals are coming off the Enves.

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A picture of the bike with the Eastons

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trinity
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by trinity

Kit cadre : Spé S-Works SL3 neon T.54 (OSBB)
Cintre : New Ultimate
Potence : Extralite Roadstem OC
Leviers : Sram force 2010
Freins : Zero Gravity TI Négative G
Dérailleur Ar : Sram force 2010
Dérailleur Av : Sram force 2010 + chape fibre lyte
Pédalier : Sram force 2010 BB30
Plateaux : Rotor 50/34
Cassette : KCNC 12/25
Chaîne : Rotor SL 101-Ti
Pédales : Speedplay Zero + axe TI (enfin )
Tige de selle : KCNC TI pro lite (350mm 27.2)
Selle : FRM Blackhole
Serrage selle : Spé
Serrages rapides : Carbon-Ti
Roues : CCU
Boyaux : Conti Compet
Gaine-Câble : Jagwire
Portes bidon : Saso vis d'origine.
Guidoline : Spé

A la pesé, ça donne : 5.934 kg .

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Romain

jkunh11
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by jkunh11

My 2011 Project Black. Second season riding on it - finally got around to taking some photos. Full Red kit and Mavic Ksyrium SL's.

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dolophonic
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Location: The 'Dena

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cl9k24la
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Joined: Sat Dec 13, 2008 4:31 am
Location: LOS ANGELES

by cl9k24la

Ben is this your new bike? What happened to the Jamis? This one is awesome!

duane2012
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Joined: Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:17 pm

by duane2012

I wanted to take a minute and introduce myself. I have followed Weight Weenies for awhile and finally decided to join the fun. I have learned a lot form reading various posts. I have neen road bike riding for almost two years, did mountain biking prior to that. I am doing some racing but all in duathalons.

My bike, as pictured, comes in at 7261 gms (16lbs), about 7739 (17lbs) with pump and saddle bag (not shown). Below is what I got:
2011 Frame Specialized Tarmac Pro 1020
Forks Specialized Fact Carbon 420
Ritchey WCS Carbon 1-Bolt 25mm Setback 178
Crankshaft Sram Force 50-34 670
Seat Post Collar 18
BB Sram Force 108
Shifters / Breaks Sram Force 322
Breaks Sram Force 300
Cassette Sram Force PG 1070 11-28 248
Front Derailleur Sram Force 88
Rear Derailleur Sram Force 170
Chain Sram PC 1071 256
Ritchey Carbon Streem Handlebar 230
Ritchey WCS Carbon Matrix 4-Axis Stem 120
Rol Race SL Wheels 1550
Rol Skewers 111
Vredestein Fortezza TriComp 450
Tubes Specialized Standard 200
Saddle Specialized Roman Pro 164
Headset Cane Creek IS42 72
Tape Sram "Make the Leap" 40
OMNI Spacers Carbon 35mm 12
Procarbon Carbon Headset Cap/Screw 16
Pedals Look Keo Classic 256
Stradalli Carbon 44
Procarbon Computer Mount 60
K-Edge Chain Guard 10
Garmin Head + Mount 64
Garmin Mag/Sensor (Est) 64

Most of this is measured, but some of the weights are taken from other sources or posts. The total weight has been confirmed by a scale at my LBS.

Bike is not total weight weenie material, but more that meets everything I need.

Thanks
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dolophonic
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Location: The 'Dena

by dolophonic

Yes the Jamis is retired.. The Specialized is a super sweet ride..really loving it. Thanks.

Will be back in So Cal after Sea Otter.. see you out there.

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andyhunter
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by andyhunter

Update of my tarmac sl3 2011 saxo bank colors, garmin edge 500 computer added quickly for looks but now straps on the correct way and not overlapped, no speed/cadence kit added yet. Also mavic cosmic carbone ultimate wheels.
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andyhunter
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by andyhunter

Thanks, what sort of wheels are you after ?
I dunno weather to glue the garmin speed and cadence kit ( or glue a custom magnet to crank and spoke) thus no cables ties on crank arm or rear stay but if i ever sell the frame or a new computer comes out the garmin kit would be a messy job removing plus paint would need touched up. i was also considering attaching the speed/cadence sendor underneath the same was timing chips are attached but its another glue or cable tie job. Any opinions ?

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