Ribble Stealth latest photos/specs

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by moefoemil

Hi all,
Here is my Ribble Stealth. It's not the lightest at 7.6kg but I'm getting there :D
It rides really well and personally I think it looks great, so I can't ask for much more!
Your opinions and advice are welcome!
Ribble Stealth frame and forks
SRAM Force shifters and crank
Rotor NoQ rings (50/34)
PlanetX Ultralight CNC brake calipers
50mm Chinese carbon rims on Novatek hubs
Matte carbon seatpost
3T 2x2 Carbon bars
Zipp service course SL 90mm stem
Charge spoon saddle
Speedplay Zero pedals
25mm Veloflex master tyres
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by McGilli

Not sure about others... I can't see any picture...
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by Monkeyboy3333

lighter tyres is a cheap weight saver and it'll ride better too, pick up some corsas, either Vittoria or Veoflex in 25mm if you like that width, save the gatorskins if you like the protection for the winter

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by vlastrada

very nice bike and set-up :)
to shed weight you could try latex inner tubes, many are sub 60g, i had good luck with Challenge whereas many prefer the Vredestein...(either way loads of info here on ww)
seatpost may be also a cost effective way to reduce weight, possibly the saddle
the final step might be wheels, tubs perhaps
either way, its a very nice bike as it is, enjoy it!

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by moefoemil


This is how things are at the moment, could possibly be changing the wheels as the brake surface is coming to an end.

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