Another TCR ( my bike )

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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edwin h
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by edwin h

Hi guys, checkout my new bike

[edited by Frankie - B => pic too large]

While you're at it... Post it in What do you ride. That is the dedicated topic...

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newbieweenie
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by newbieweenie

Very nice. Weight?

CP
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Location: Arbaz, Switzerland

by CP

Very Nice touch with the crank arm
CP

newbieweenie
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by newbieweenie

I assumed that was stock. Is it not?

edwin h
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by edwin h

newbieweenie wrote:I assumed that was stock. Is it not?


indeed

edwin h
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by edwin h

newbieweenie wrote:Very nice. Weight?


Dunno yet, i also have some Ksyrium Sl Rims, i think it will come around 7.2 kg

bobalou
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by bobalou

TCR's are always good starting point for a WW bike (I have one too) and are great even <i>stock</i>, as yours appears to be .. be encouraged to know there are some TCR owners on this site with 5kg TCR's. First to go for me was the honker seatpost!

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Oswald
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by Oswald

I've got one too...

Spec list:

Frame: 03 Giant TCR Carbon Size M
Fork: Giant
Headset: FSA Integrated
Headset Spacers: Carbon
Stem: Ritchey WCS
Handlebar: Easton EC90
Handlebar Tape: FSA Cork
Saddle: SLR Carbonio
Seatpost: Selcof Titanium
Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace FD-7700
Rear Derailleur: Dura Ace
Levers: Shimano Dura-Ace ST-7700
Crank Set: Dura Ace 170mm 38/50TA
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Dura-Ace BB-7700
Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace CS-7700 12-23T
Chain: Sram 99R
Brakes: Dura Ace
Cables & Housings: Jagwire
Pedals: Dura Ace
Wheelset: Reflex / Ultegra / DT Rev
Tubulars: Vittoria Pavé
Skewers: Dura Ace

Weight is around 7.1kg with these wheels... Could be lighter (I even have Pavé tubulars!), but I want it to be comfortable and reliable on our Belgian crappy roads... I have pics on my other computer, which I can't access now...

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