though this is not a real WW build I want you to take a look at my Trek Cronus Ultimate. Compared to the Stevens Team Carbon presented earlier in this thread it feels huge, despite measuring only the same 56 frame size. This one is much more about being the one and only bike you need. It is inspiring confidence when tackling the roads. I lacks the agility and aggressivity of the Stevens without being a slouch. The internal cable routing make for the clean looks of a timeless beauty. I think this bike will look up to date even in five years with its nice mate finish.
This time I chose a litte cheaper setup, not hunting for the last grams and recycling some of the stuff, which I found, was too heavy for the Stevens. Groupset is SRAM Red,a Force crank equipped with 50/36 TA chainrings, Ultegra chain und Ultegra 11-28 cassette. To add comfort I voted for a Toupe Gel saddle and wrapped some foam under the visible Prologo bar tape. The 1350g Yoeleo 50mm Super Light 23mm wide tubular wheelset got dressed up with some Bontrager labels and carry 28mm Tufo Diamond tires.
The Cronus even has hidden detachable fender mounts, so you can set it up as the perfect all year round commuter. I like the decent chain protector and especially this little smiley, telling about everything the Cronus wants to be. I wonder if there is something like a girlies edition. On its way is a Bontrager XXX seat post to complete the homogeneous Trek setup. Final fork cut has to be made. I attached Eggbeater Candy pedals, which reflect the dual purpose spirit of the ride.
Finally the weight, which could have gotten worse. It hits my scale with 7,4 kg with the relatively heavy Yoeleo wheelset. Drops down to 7 straight with a decent road wheelset. You could easily hit the UCI limit for road bikes with some minor mods. Not too bad for a mans best CX friend.
Watch out for my crossbow update. Its nearly finished.
Greets to all board members.