That is a great weight for a really ridable buld. WOW.
I laugh at myself, becuse I get frustrated when I hear low numbers like that with mostly OEM parts because my 12lb bike is a
Parlee Z3 SL-----about 1030gm (56.3cm TT)
AX - brakes, post, saddle
MCFK - post collar
emporelli- cages (2)
Extralight-headset & stem
Recon AL - cassettee
KMC- lightweight chain
ENVE 1.0 - Fork
ENVE 1.45 wheelset (with Extralight-rear & Alchemy front===995 gm)
Super record 11 speed group (whats left
And it comes in at 12.08 lb
Then I see builds that are 11.1 with;
--regular--- everything else (with jsut a couple of exceptons, like the SISL crank which is awsome)
--Lighter pedals (mine are Keo Ti---so about 40gm heavier)
--Wheelset that is typical (not super-WW)
....and I go, " WHAT"
Even if that frame is about 700gm = 1030-700 ===330gm
so that would make my same build (with all that WW $$$$) like 11.38
(WITH THE EVO FRAME).......still not as light as the 11.1 build with OEM parts
I just don't understand the weights I see sometimes (I believe them, I just don't know what my problem is, you know). CBRE
This is not ment to disagree with you at all, or start an agrument about the valididty of the EVO weight.
I guess it is just something I don't understand. (maybe it is because I use a 56 size frame and some of the weights are for much smaller frames, so even less weight, but it can't be THAT much less weight. Can it?)
Again, not ment to create contentions or anything. I totally belive the weights that are mentioned, but I just can't get it, in my efforts in WW-ism.
Does that make sence
I took a look at you build and it looks great