Simplon Nanolight Touring

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Jj597
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by Jj597

9.2kg with stuff on handlebars. Homemade Cuben fibre panniers. Goal was under 9 for a robust proper trekking bike I can trust on long tours.


Frame simplon nano light carbon
Fork: Simplon F4 CARBON, Double Chamber Technik, Vollcarbon
hanger
Headset
seatpost clamp
Seatpost. AX-lightness Europa
Seat. Brooks Swift Titanium
Stem.
Bar. Syntace duraflight 9° aluminium.
Bartape
bottle cages and hardware simplon Carbon Grabber bottle cage
Outer Cables.
Inner Cables
Brakes. MaGURA HS 33
Front derailleur Shimano XT
Rear derailleur Sram XO
Crankset. THM Clavicula
Bottom Bracket
Chainrings. Specialities TA 36 and 22
Chainring bolts
Chain. YBN SFL 210 Ti-N Titanium Chain
Shifters. Sram XO grip shifters
Cassette. KCNC MTB Cassette 9 Speed 11-34 175g
Wheels:
hubs front son delux, back tune mag 170 32 hole 135 mm
Spokes dt Swiss competition
Rims. Magic open pro cd 32 spoke
Inter tubes. Standard Schwable
Tires. Continental Grand Prix 4 season 700 28c
Pedals KCNC Knife Titanium Pedals.
Polar/garmin/computer mounts
Tape/glue
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Somewhere in Ticino

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Elrey
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by Elrey

I don't get this, so i like it!

lechat
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by lechat

I knew Cubans made cigars, but not panniers.

Jj597
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by Jj597

Cuben fibre, it's a light v strong material originally developed for racing yachts. It's bees knees stuff in the MYOG world. The point of the bike is that I was getting frustrated that touring bikes generally aren't lighter than say 12-13Kg, and annoyed that so much is invested in racing bike technology, which is er wasted on racers, and just hand me downs get used in trekking bikes. So I set out to make a sub 9kg bike which had a bike rack, proper lighting, and good brakes for a load in the mountains. Still not quite reached the goal, was wondering if the magura rt8tt hydraulic racing brakes would fit onto the frame?

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