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None of them are really light, as my main goal with each build has been to keep it conventional and solid. But as an avid weightweenie reader, I been quite inspired over the years and consciously chosen lighter parts when upgrading. But at the same time, I'm becoming more and more interested in steel and titanium bikes: Yeah, I'm currently in that phase.
The road bike is about 7,4kg.
Frameset: Scott CR1, 56cm
Wheelset: Dura-Ace 7900 hubs laced to Velocity A23 rims
Groupset: Sram Force with Shimano Dura-Ace/Ultegra drivetrain and Planet-X CNC brakes
The "commuter/mountainbike" is about 11,5kg, but that's just a guess.
Frameset: On One Inbred, 18"
Wheelset: Shimano WH-MT65
Groupset: Shimano XT/Deore 9-speed with Avid BB7 brakes
And I wouldn't call it "damn heavy". I could easily shed a about 200g on changing the saddle and seatpost. Currently Fizik Arione (245g) and Ritchey WCS 1-bolt 31.6/400mm (255g).