Hey Once, thanks for joining just to answer my question,
Still have not received a frame weight value, but was informed that the "CX Pro" model is 150 grams lighter and stiffer.
That would be something - there must be a difference in weight with the lighter tube set. That's why it's hard to believe that the CX Team with the SRAM Force is equal in weight.
Also, the Comp model is not BB30. My old Ridley Crossbow running basic alloy cockpit, heavy wheels, and SRAM Force, was 9.4 kilos, and that fork had an alloy steer tube. All models of the Boardman CX line boast a full carbon fork. I was kind of hoping that their own brand parts (seatpost, bars, stem, saddle) were really heavy, so that the frame provides a platform that could be used to race.
Yes, and the wheel set is probably not the lightest as well...
I may just order a CX Comp, strip it and weigh it out of sheer morbid curiosity. After all, it would be a beautiful all-rounder.
Did you consider frames like the Kinesis Crosslight Pro6