Ryan's Vulgar Colnago C59 - 5,708g (Final Pics Up, pg 4)

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My weekend was a blur and didn't get a chance to go outside and get good pictures, but I did manage to weigh the bike without pedals and wheelset.

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Wheelset breaks down as follows:
RZRs: 970g
KCNC Skewers: 40g
Veloflex Carbons: 255g x2
Vittoria Mastik: 24g
SRAM Red 11-23 Cassette: 135g
Total: 1679g

Pedals: 172g

3857+1679+172=5708g

Considering I gained weight on housing (fully housed rear brake), +60g on the stem and +15g on the saddle, not too bad.
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5.7kg and still a real bike.. very nice Ryan.

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irongatsby wrote:5.7kg and still a real bike.. very nice Ryan.



What do you mean " a real bike "?
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That 3T bars look agressive. The bike look great, nice job!

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When do we get to see a proper pic of this stunner??

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Just how long do carbon chainrings last?
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It Looks very Nice!


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Finally got around to taking proper pictures:

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@Vagabond, the chainrings last about 5,000 miles. They shift as well as the SRAM Red rings, but at almost 100g less.
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That's carbontastic! Great job..
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wow!

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Nice bike but why the heaviest and stiffest frame for a ww-build?

A Canyon weigh 350-400 gr less for half the cost...

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PSM wrote:Nice bike but why the heaviest and stiffest frame for a ww-build?

A Canyon weigh 350-400 gr less for half the cost...


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My only complaint is that for such a well considered and meticulous build (and photographs) you then singularly failed to adhere to the basics of bicycle photography - valves not aligned and chain not on the smallest cog of the cassette ;-)

Beautiful. Love it. Chapeau. Trust the ride is spectacular.

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It Looks so Nice


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