Sorry to say my days as a weight weenie may have to end for a while. I'm low on flow and I have school payments to make, so I need to pretty much sell my bike.
Basically my car engine blew a rod, so I had to have a new engine installed, and my college tuition for next semester went into my car. I've spent the last 2 years of my life and over $5,500 building my machine, but I have to let it all go. I'll be making a post with pics of my bike and it's specs and I'll be putting it all in the Selling section of the site. I'll sell it as a complete bike if anyones interested or just part it.
I'll end up buying a used bike for racing on, so it's not like I won't be riding anymore, just not on a 14lb dream.
Heres the specs.
Frame:Douglas Stealth, scandium 53cm 1039g
Fork: Columbus Supermuscle 369g
Headset: American classic 1-1/8in 84g
Stem: Ritchey WCS 110mm 8deg 131g
Handlebar: Kestrel EMS Pro SL 42cm 168g
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Evolution 119g
Seatpost: Douglas carbon 26.8mm 185g
Seat Binder: Extralite 31.8mm 13g
Front Der. Dura Ace 83g
Rear Der. Dura Ace 196g
Shift/brake: Durace 428g
Crankset: FSA Carbon Superlight 172.5 511g
Crank bolts: FSA 18g
BB: Dura Ace 173g
Cassette: Dura ace 12-25 175g
Chain: SRAM 89R hollow pin 254g
Brakes: CAT CLAWS Ti PRO 178g
Wheels: Velomax Asscent 2 1425g
Rim Tape: Velox 28g
Tubes: Performance Lunar light 98g
Tires: Vredestien Fortezza 23mm 510g (Training tires )
QR's: U.S.E Alien Ti. 56g
Cables and housing: IRD Meta wire 81g
Pedals: Speedplay X1 with aluminum insert 132g
battle cages: IRD Carbon 16g
Total 6618g or 14.57lbs
I'll get a pic up tomorrow
I still be a weight weenie and post, just won't be buying any cool stuff at the moment. I'm still waiting on a order to be placed for my speedplay inserts, if QBP comes through then I'll have enough flow to build a new bike, so if I'm lucky I'll be out of a bike for 3 months, and it's winter anyways so it's not like I'm riding.
My bad luck is kinda good for you guys. If you want any of the stuf just PM me.
In the mean time I'll be hugging my bike and saying goodbye.