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Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.
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- Location: Sydney, Australia
Have you ever wondered how much mud, dirt and grass on the frame and components weigh after off-road ride? I have just scraped these from my wife's bike and result is: 14 g. It surprised me since I expected more, but the mud was dry and tubes are relatively thin (steel Ritchey). How about your dirt?
Rado bladteth Rzeznicki
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- Joined: Sun Oct 19, 2003 7:28 pm
- Location: West Yorkshire
MBR (UK bike mag) do a mud pluggers test each year and weigh the bikes before and after. The difference to a Klien Attitude was 4lbs! No mud where I live though
Not like other boys.....