Wyndy Milla Massive Attack SL

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minley1
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Wyndy Milla Massive Attack SL

Final weight: 6.35kg (inc pedals Cages and Garmin mount)

Frame : 800g (748g before Paint)
Fork : ?
Expander : Mt Zoom. 11g
Top Cap : Absolute Black. 3g
Seatpost clamp : Mt Zoom. 6g
Seatpost : Fizik Cyrano R1. 230g
Seat : Selle San Marco Carbon Aspide. 121g
Stem : Fizik Cyrano R1. 128g
Bar : Fizik Cyrano 00. 187g
Bartape : Fizik
bottle cages and hardware : Carbonworks 12g (Pair)
Brakes : EE Brakes: Front 85g Rear 89g
Front derailleur : Dura Ace 9070. 106.5g
Rear derailleur : Dura Ace 9070. 213.4g
Crankset : Dura Ace 9070. 632g
Bottom Bracket : Dura Ace. 55g
Chain : KMC X11SL. 243g
Shifters : Dura Ace 9070. 230g
Cassette : Dura Ace 11-28. 192g
Wheels: FSE 35: 1322g
Inntertubes : Continental Supersonic Race. 53g
Tires : 25mm Pirelli PZero Velo 420g (pair)
Pedals : Dura Ace 9000. 248g
Garmin Mount : Raceware 10g
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jrobart
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Well done
The Stable http://www.flickr.com/photos/121194764@N07/albums

622 SLX | Axiom SL | Mudhoney SL (retired) | S Works Crux | Fondriest Carbon Magister | Fat CAAD 1

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I dig it :thumbup:

minley1
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by minley1

Finaly got round to taking a scale shot.

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Johnny Rad
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I really dig the subtle red bits and Mt Zoom cages. How are the cages working for you?

Strongly recommend you try an "out front mount" for your Garmin. You don't know how much better it is until you try it... and no I'm not selling any! It's just that much better.

minley1
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by minley1

Thanks, any recommendations? (On an out front mount)

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minley1 wrote:Thanks, any recommendations? (On an out front mount)


I have a Sram mount, which weighs 20g, cheap, well made and light to.!!

minley1
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Johnny Rad wrote:I really dig the subtle red bits and Mt Zoom cages. How are the cages working for you?

Strongly recommend you try an "out front mount" for your Garmin. You don't know how much better it is until you try it... and no I'm not selling any! It's just that much better.



The cages are great, struggled with a camel back podium bottle (very tight) but fine on others, I actually use Mt zoom ones as I got a few to make up an order(they were cheap), also use them on my XC bike and they have been fine.

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minley1 wrote:Thanks, any recommendations? (On an out front mount)

There's a giant thread to read, but I like racewaredirect...

viewtopic.php?t=114907

minley1
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by minley1

New bars fitted, Fizik Cyrano 00 (187g)
Some of the worst bar taping though, first time I've had to do it and it looks like it was done whilst I was drinking Absynth!.

Weight now 6.68kg

minley1
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New Additions of FSE Wheels and EE brakes, now at 6.35kg including Pedals Cages and Garmin Mount.

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by ross

The carbon weave looks great in the sunshine. How does it ride and what did you have before?

minley1
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The ride is great (obviously I would say that), very stiff, but still comfy on the longer rides, picks up speed really well and feels very stable.
Previous bike was a Planet X Pro Carbon, which despite its many detractors, was a great bike.
I also really like the weave, both on frame and the new FSE Wheels.

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