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garjo
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by garjo

I've bought the same brakes for my Caad R500, at the moment I still have to give them a try but their weight is impressive, around 140gr with corima pads, in addition they appear to be more stiffer than Zero Gravity TI that I had before them.
My 4,93 kg Supersix Evo HM: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=137647&start=30

My 6,22 kg Cannondale R500 1996: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=134364

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Peeza21
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by Peeza21

Got some new hoops. Old but gold

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what do you think about your post? I like it.

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Ditched the saddle?

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Peeza21
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Nefarious86 wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:55 am
Ditched the saddle?

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Yea, sadly there was ZERO flex which made it unbearable after around 20km's. Gained some weight, but comfort is far more important. Im considering a Berk as the reviews seem good, even for a padded version.
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by 573

uggghhh, that looks amazeballs. Would love a set of Lightweights.

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by themidge

Hnnnng, :shock: :thumbup:
:hello:
Cannondale Supersix 2008 (weight: 7.3kg)
B'twin Triban 540 (in bits)
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Ja I've been looking at some used LWs even if they add 100g or so. Also the Recon shifts so badly, it was horrible doing some last second shifting on some hill reps. Thought I was gonna snap a tooth off... do I put the Red XG back on? WW seems less of a priority for me in the last few months.

After getting 5 pretty popular KOMs recently on the 7.2kg Tarmac (including some shortish hills) I'm wondering if weight is the be all and end all. On the Tarmac, I'd probably be getting better times smashing into the hill, and throwing the chain up the cassette mid climb.

Maybe I'm just getting old :wink:

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4ibanez wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:47 pm
Ja I've been looking at some used LWs even if they add 100g or so. Also the Recon shifts so badly, it was horrible doing some last second shifting on some hill reps. Thought I was gonna snap a tooth off... do I put the Red XG back on? WW seems less of a priority for me in the last few months.

After getting 5 pretty popular KOMs recently on the 7.2kg Tarmac (including some shortish hills) I'm wondering if weight is the be all and end all. On the Tarmac, I'd probably be getting better times smashing into the hill, and throwing the chain up the cassette mid climb.

Maybe I'm just getting old :wink:
My feelings exactly. The LWs add weight, but so what, they look great! That being said, I do head to Annecy and the alps on Sunday, so I’ve put my 20mm tubs back on cause I need all the advantages I can get at the minute!

Now that I’ve got to a point where I’m happy, I’ll be making some small tweaks but nothing that will save me mass amounts of weight.
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