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glam2deaf
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by glam2deaf

Some of y'all may have seen it complete on Instagram, however here it is.
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At 8.6kg it's a bit beefy, but I've got plenty of places to shave weight.

Need to take some betterpics, the camera on my phone is starting to fail, so it's not always possible to snap a photo.

chokdeeb
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by chokdeeb

glam2deaf wrote:Some of y'all may have seen it complete on Instagram, however here it is.
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At 8.6kg it's a bit beefy, but I've got plenty of places to shave weight.

Need to take some betterpics, the camera on my phone is starting to fail, so it's not always possible to snap a photo.
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My road logic. It is 15.4 lbs with the neoclassic carbon bar. Your bike is beautiful.



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chokdeeb
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by chokdeeb

chokdeeb wrote:
glam2deaf wrote:Some of y'all may have seen it complete on Instagram, however here it is.
Image
At 8.6kg it's a bit beefy, but I've got plenty of places to shave weight.

Need to take some betterpics, the camera on my phone is starting to fail, so it's not always possible to snap a photo.
Image

Image

My road logic. It is 15.4 lbs with the neoclassic carbon bar. Your bike is beautiful.



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And you should use Parker front derailleur clamp. It safes for the steel tube. It is also weight next to nothing.



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glam2deaf
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by glam2deaf

Awesome weight on yours, good choice on bars too. I have them on my CX bike.

Looking up the parker clamp now, I have the Carbonice open in another tab, trying to convince myself to buy it.

chokdeeb
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by chokdeeb

You might want to check eBay. There are many that reasonably priced. It looks much better than the aluminum clamp. Also use some carbonfiber grip paste if you worry about it slipping.

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