Storck Fenomalist

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Built this up last week, very happy with the ride so far. Frame took up a large part of the relatively small budget so couldn't go all out with the components, but still very pleased with the overall weight (for a size 59). I already had the wheels, everything else is new...
Not pictured with the final saddle as I need a replacement clamp kit to fit the rails, and some lightweight skewers are on their way as well; once I realised I was looking at a lower than anticipated weight I decided to use the minor contingency budget to get as close to 6.8kg as possible.

All weights verified by my kitchen scale (except for the skewers as they're in transit)...

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Frame: Storck Fenomalist 59cm - 1089
Fork: Storck Stiletto 300 - 358 (cut to length)
Seatpost collar: Storck - 0 (incl in frame weight)
RD hanger: Storck - 0 (incl in frame weight)
Headset: Acros - 96 (includes expander, topcap + bolt)
Cage bolts: Storck - 0 (incl in frame weight)

Shifters: SRAM Red Black - 326
FD: SRAM Rival + Token chain catcher - 91
RD: SRAM Force - 173
Chain: KMC X10SL - 239 (cut to length)
Cranks: SRAM Red Black 175mm 53x39 GXP - 679
Bottom bracket: SRAM Red Blackbox GXP - 109
Brakes: Planet X Ultra Light CNC - 204 (includes pads + holders)
Cables: Gore Ride-On - 143 (inners, outers, ferrules, stops, cut to length)

Saddle: Selle Italia Flite 316 - 202
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS 1-bolt alu - 221
Handlebars: Ritchey WCS Classic 420mm - 248
Stem: Ritchey WCS C-260 120mm - 111
Spacers: BBB 5mm - 2 (on top of stem...)
Bartape: Deda - 44

Bottle cages: Elite Custom - 85
Pedals: Shimano PD-7900 - 251

Wheels: Corima Aero+ - 1415 (includes glue and magnet)
Skewers: Token TK221 - 45
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 11-23 - 206
Tubulars: Vittoria Corsa CX 23mm - 488

Total : 6825gr

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Arjan
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by Arjan

I was just about to ask you how much it weighs, never mind..
The red valves and chaincatcher are a nice touch.

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by konky

Very well chosen list of componants. A superb looking bike all round. It looks crazy stiff.

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Arjan wrote:The red valves and chaincatcher are a nice touch.

Not only that, the new skewers will be red too 8)

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thencameyou
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by thencameyou

Nice looking rig (and excellent weight!)

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Thanks and yeah I was quite impressed with how light the frame was considering the size. 1089 including all the hardware must mean it's very close to 1kg for the bare frame. The white paint must add a fair bit as well (isn't it supposed to be the heaviest as you need more layers?)

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luckypuncheur
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by luckypuncheur

May I ask you what your seat height is?
I'm currently deciding between a 57 and a 59 Fenomalist....
Get a bicycle. You will certainly not regret it, if you live.

dellpan
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by dellpan

Ilike your Storck. :)
Specialized Epic S-WORKS 29er
Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think2

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

luckypuncheur wrote:May I ask you what your seat height is?
I'm currently deciding between a 57 and a 59 Fenomalist....

Sorry for the late reply!
Seat height, measured along the seattube, is 79.5cm.
The reason I went for the 59 compared to the 57 was the increased stack height.

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Couple more pictures. Quite happy with the Planet X brakes, they perform OK and are very well priced.

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Pictures of component weights for future reference:

Frame:
Storck Fenomalist, 59cm, including seatpost collar, rd hanger and bottle cage bolts: 1089gr.
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The dog paying close attention as well:
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Fork:
Storck Stiletto 300, original weight: 372gr.
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Ended up being 358gr after cutting to length

Headset:
Acros, 65gr.
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Weight includes two fork crowns, fork required smallest one, saved 5gr.

Topcap and expander:
Acros, 36gr.
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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Shifters:
SRAM Red Black, including uncut inner cables, 326gr.
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Shifters only, without cables, 299gr.

FD:
SRAM Rival, stock standard, 89gr.
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With Token chain catcher, and a replacement aluminium fixing bolt, 91gr.

RD:
SRAM Force, 173gr.
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Chain:
KMC X10SL, 252gr uncut.
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Ended up as 239gr after cutting some links.

Cranks:
SRAM RED Black, 175mm, 53x39, GXP, 679gr.
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BB:
SRAM RED Blackbox GXP (ceramic), including spacers, 113gr.
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Spacers not required on road bike, saves 4gr.

Brakes:
Planet X Ultra Light CNC, including pads and holders, 204gr.
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Yellow King pads (for carbon wheels) increase the weight by 9gr.

Cables:
Gore Ride-On, stock SRAM stuff, uncut, excluding shift inner, 228gr.
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After cutting everything to length, total inner (incl shifter) + outer cable weight totals 170gr.

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HakeemT
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by HakeemT

Saddle:
Selle Italia Flite 316, 202 gr.
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Seatpost:
Ritchey WCS 1-bolt alu, 221gr.
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Had to replace bolt kit (saddle has oval rails), this increased the weight by 1 gram, but cutting the seatpost down saved 18. Total current weight: 204gr.

Bars:
Ritchey WCS Classic 420mm, 248gr.
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Stem:
Ritchey WCS C-260 120mm, 111gr.
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Bartape:
Deda, uncut, 44gr.
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Spacer:
BBB, 5mm no picture unfortunately, 2gr.

Bottle cages:
Elite Custom, x2, 85gr.
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Pedals:
Shimano PD-7900, 251gr.
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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

Great looking build - excellent detail, love seeing component weight like that. Enjoy!

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PSM
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by PSM

I missed this one. Beautiful build!

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