Jamis Xenith Race: 2011

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Mottsauce
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by Mottsauce

Frameset: Jamis Xenith Race 2011 (58)
Crankset: Cannondale SISL (175)
Brakes: Planet X
Derailleurs: Shimano Ultegra
Shifters: Shimano Ultegra
Cables: Gore Ride-On
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra
Pedals: Speedplay Zero Stainless
Saddle: Prologo Nago Evo Nack (have gone from Speedneedle white, to red, to now the Nago)
Seatpost: Easton EC90 Zero
Headset: Ritchey
Stem: Easton EC90SL (120)
Bars: Easton EC90SLX3
Wheel (Front-Training): Ritchey WCS Protocol
Wheel (Rear-Training): Hed Belgium Rim, Powertap G3 Hub, DT Spokes/Nipples
Wheelset (Race): Neuvation C50 Tubular
Tires: Challenge Criterium
Skewers: KCNC Ti
Bartape: 3T
Bottle Cages: Elite Patao

Weight: Needs to be reweighed. I'm guessing around 15.5

Original Build in 2011:
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Current Build as of the summer of 2013 (I've changed a couple of things since then...saddle and wheelset namely):
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Most current picture (December 2013)
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by ahumblecycler

Nice looking bike. I have never ridden a Jamis to date; one day I will change that.

An upgrade to the crank will help drop the weight. As it stands now, nothing to balk at.

I hear you about the snow; I have 8" and temps in the single digits ... CX bike for a while for me.

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Mottsauce
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by Mottsauce

ahumblecycler wrote: An upgrade to the crank will help drop the weight. As it stands now, nothing to balk at..


Can drop about 250 grams with a crankset upgrade, so it's definitely something to consider. My heart hurt a little when I saw 16+ on the scale...getting it back in the 15 range by dropping a half pound would make me happy.

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by djconnel

Ultegra is always a target, as well.

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by ridethatbike

Nice bike, I just got mine as well. I still need to weigh it, but I suspect it'll be in the 15 pound range...

Frameset: Jamis Xenith Race 2011 (56)
Crankset: FSA SL-K Compact (BB30, 172.5)
Brakes: Sram Force
Derailleurs: SRAM Force front, Rival rear
Shifters: SRAM Read
Cables: mix of what was laying around the house
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 11-25
Pedals: Look KEO blade (CroMo)
Saddle: Fizik Arione VS
Seatpost: Easton EC90
Headset: FSA
Stem: Ritchey Comp 4-Axis, (120) Probably will change to PRO
Bars: FSA K-wing carbon
Wheelset: C4 V-22 rims with Velocity front hub and PT Elite rear, or Zipp 303s
Tires: Panaracer Stradius Pro or Vittoria CX Evo 320tpi
Skewers: stock for now
Bartape: Shimano Pro
Bottle Cages: crappy aluminum cages

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Mottsauce
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by Mottsauce

Updated the original post. According to Strava, the frame has almost 10k miles on it and I love it. I plan on riding it into the ground.

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by gleason

That road race looks familiar. Harrison Tomb race in Ohio Im guessing?

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Mottsauce
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by Mottsauce

Yep, base of the hill. Masters 1/2/3 State Road Race this past summer.

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