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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:28 pm 
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Hey there, I have asked light-bikes.com for a CX bike gallery as well as this site and no one thought it was worth the effort i guess, cause they never responded to my emails.

So im accepting submissions of bikes under 18 lbs to be posted on my blog ( www.plusonelap.blogspot.com ) . Some true weenies might say 18 is still too heavy, but i think its a safe and still light weight.

Email me pictures of your bikes and a build spec including final weight, individual component weights would be nice too. Email to:

plusonelap AT gmail dot com

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Jeremy-

I'm getting my new CX together, do you need individual weights like Light-bikes and Weighweenies or can I just do a shop scale for the overall weight? Thanks!


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18 lbs = how many kilo's? And indeed, do you want the weight of individual parts?


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well a kilo is roughly 2.2 lbs so 8.18Kg.


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i would prefer individual weights as well complete bike weight, but dont strip your bike down if you dont have the individual weights.

Send them in...lets see what you guys got.

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My pics will come next week. I just installed the Powerarms but the Lightweights haven't arrived yet.


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sounds good Timo, sounds like a pretty cool rig. cant wait to see it.

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[/quote]18 lbs = how many kilo's
here is a converter:http://weightweenies.starbike.com/convert.php

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lbs and pounds are the same? I never realized :oops:


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Timo wrote:
lbs and pounds are the same? I never realized :oops:


No they're not the same


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1kg=2.2046 pound
1pound=0.4536kg


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yes timo. one pound is abbreviated 1 lb. 2 pounds = 2lbs

if im reading your question correctly.

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