My Scott Addict R2

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by Dibble

Hi there,

Im a newbie to this forum, have been an avid lurker for a while so though it would join up :D

This is my second road bike but my first carbon one. I have been commuting, riding and doing sportives on my trusty Specialized Allez for the past couple years but wanted to upgrade as plan on doing some crits this year. I bought the frame from Tri Uk in Yeovil and specced everything else from off the shelf. Here it is....

Frame - Addict carbon, HMF-Net fibres 56cm L
Fork - HMF-Net, carbon steerer
Front Derailleur - Sram Red
Bottom Bracket - BB86
Rear Derailleur - Sram Red
Cables - Gore Ride On
Shifters - Sram Red double tap
Chainset - Sram Red
Chainrings - 53/39
Cassette - Sram Red
Chain - Sram Red
Pedals - Look Keo Max Carbon
Front Brake - Sram Red
Rear Brake - Sram Red
Brake Levers - Sram Red
Handlebars - FSA SL-K compact carbon
Stem - FSA SL-K
Headset - FSA Integrated
Rims - Mavic Ksyrium SL
Front Hub - Mavic Ksyrium SL carbon
Rear Hub - Mavic Ksyrium SL
Spokes - Mavic Ksyruim
Front Tyre - Continental Ultra Race
Rear Tyre - Continental Ultra Race
Saddle - Selle Italia Max Flite gel flow
Seatpost - FSA SL-K carbon setback seatpost
Bottle Cages - Elite Custom Race

Weight - 7.2kg/15.9lbs

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by Powerful Pete


Great weight for a stock bike.

Now you have come to the dark side... what are the weight loss plans? :twisted:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
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by Dibble

Thanks For the welcome.....

Got a few things in mind to get the weight down.......have a set of Ultremo ZX's and some Latex innertubes so that might shave off a bit.

I know the saddle isnt exactly a lightweight but its one that i get on with so am reluctant to change this at the guessing wheels would be the obvious upgrade to drop the weight, any other suggestions people???? :noidea:

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by Dibble

All the pics now uploaded! :D

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