Gum's Latest Project...Ruegamer...final pics p19

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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

Rollin' for page 19... come on page 19!!

(edit: BINGO!)
Exp001 || Other projects in the works.

gumgardner
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by gumgardner

Well, the mail came and no brakes. :cry:

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by CarlTroy

You Don't Say!!!! :D

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by gumgardner

Good thing I'm not in a rush :mrgreen:

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by fat tire

There is no turning back now. 20 or bust!

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by jcconnox

gumgardner wrote:Well, the mail came and no brakes. :cry:

Shenanigans.

How about that camera?

fat tire wrote:There is no turning back now. 20 or bust!

Go big or go home!

:beerchug:

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by CarlTroy

gumgardner wrote:Good thing I'm not in a rush :mrgreen:

Good thing your Captain Obvious :mrgreen:
In a few days with the birth of this two-wheeled vehicle an era is going to end..
..an era of anticipation, an era of uncertainty, an era of goddamn-it-Gum-just-post-the-thing-already
I, for one am sort of going to miss the agony of the thread :D
But at the same time will be happy for you aswell :beerchug:

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by gumgardner

Well here you go then, Carl. I don't want you to be sad :wink:
http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=98607

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The brakes came and the bike is now at the shop. The end is near :wink:

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I finally got around to taking some initial pictures. I'll get more detailed ones tomorrow. The bike weighs 5.41kg (11.94lbs) with the Enve 42's and 5.21kg (11.50lbs) with the Enve 24's. There are no "tuned" parts, so it could go lower if I get bored. That being said, it's not the lightest bike on here, but it's ride is really nice. I'm really happy I decided to keep it. It's much nicer than the Time Ulteam that I was previously on. I didn't realize how much of a difference it would be. The dialed in fit has a lot to do with that I'm sure.

Build list:
Ruegamer Frame, derailleur hangers and seatpost clamp 1087g
Edge 1.0 Fork 302g - sanded to 295g to match the frame
EE Cycleworks brakes 170g
ENVE brake pads 18g
Red Black rear dérailleur 145g
Red Black front derailleur 68g
SiSl Crankset 454g
SRAM ceramic bb30 bearings
BERK seatpost combo 150g (previously had Omni seatpost 155g &  POP saddle 59g)
AX4000 42cm Handlebars 144g
Extralite UL3 stem 90mm 78g
Kmc gold chain (all links 254g)
TA syrius 36t 34g
TA syrius 50t 86g
Kcnc R1  64g
PRO bar tape 75g (full length weight, not sure what it weighs on the bike)
PRO bar plugs 6g
SRAM red shifter L 160g
SRAM red shifter R 163g
Powercordz Prime Cable set
Kcnc Chainring bolts 9g
Look Keo Blade 186g

Wheelset:

Enve 45 with Tune Mig70, Mag170 and Sapim spokes - 1023g
Kcnc 11-23 cassette 118g
Veloflex Criterium 560g

Enve 24 With Extralite SX hubs and Sapim spokes - 933g
Recon 11-23 cassette 88g
Veloflex extremes 470g

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Robroyski
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by Robroyski

Finally.

Very nice bike :thumbup:

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

Looks great. :thumbup:

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by kgt

Impressive but its so extremely sloping that it looks like an xc frame. :noidea:

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by btompkins0112

All this wait and all we get is pics in the SMALL RING!!!! :smartass: Oh, the humanity!!!

j/k.......great looking bike! If you want to get rid of it (for cheap) just give me a ring! :beerchug: :thumbup:

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Lol I'll get better pics. I'll even spoil you and get big ring pics :mrgreen: It was About to rain, so I had to be quick :oops:

The slope is something that I like. I've always ridden bikes with slope. Saves some weight and I like the look better. I don't mind the classic look, but I prefer the long seatpost...especially when it is a super light combo :thumbup:

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