Trek Team Time Trial

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Trek/VW
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by Trek/VW

Does anyone know the weight of the Trek Team Time Trial frame and the Time Chrono 1" fork??? (size=60cm)



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asphaltdude
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by asphaltdude

Pffff don't know, but it's not so light, almost sure over 1800 or so for just the frame.
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Incomplete Pete
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by Incomplete Pete

Weight isn't a priority for TTs so would be ideal.

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by 520 Dan

yeah, the frame weight it about 4 lbs (1900 gm) but the best way to take weight off the bike would probably be at the fork by getting an after market all carbon fork like the profile ACD aero or reynolds aero. The trek forks have an alu steerer and are absolute tanks.

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by PNuT

Incomplete Pete wrote:Weight isn't a priority for TTs so would be ideal.


that may only be true for flat timetrials!!

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nzkiwiguy
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by nzkiwiguy

If you want a lighter TT bike in carbon ckeck out the kuota Khan

www.kuota.it.

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nzkiwiguy
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sorry I menat the kalibur. Sorry

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the really beautiful isaac joule...:D :D

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