My Parlee Z0

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spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

My goal is under 6kg and finally got around to doing it. I'm not big on pictures... so I apologize in advance. I'll try to breakdown my parts, but when I got the frame I was too excited to build and ride, so I never got around to weighing components individually. I'm a bit of a Rapha homer so I call the bike "Waffa" My previous bike was also a Parlee.. a Z5i.

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Frame : Parlee Z-Zero (basically slightly big medium) but with 54.5 ETT
Fork : Colnago V1-R (wetsanded and clearcoated)
Stem : MCFK Matte 120mm 6*
Handlebars : Ritchley Carbon StreemII 40cm
Seatpost : Darimo T1 3K weave 31.6X250mm
Seatpost Binder : Parlee
Front Derailleur Clamp : Parlee
Pedals : Garmin Vector3
Brakes : EE Cycleworks Front is Direct Mount (reason for Colnago fork) and std EE in the rear.
Saddle ; Berk Lupina 127mm, low stack rails, custom Rapha RCC color
Cranks : THM Clavacula SE Matte 170mm
BB : THM
Wheelset : ENVE 2.2 Tubular with Extralite Cyberhubs J-pull, Sapim CX-Ray spokes (currently on Vittoria Corsa CX 25)
Skewers : Extralite Streeters
Headset : CaneCreek 110
Expander : Tune GumGum with Extralight topcap
Chainrings : Praxis 50/34 extralight bolts
Shifters : SRAM Etap with 2 blips
Front Derailleur : SRAM Etap
Rear Derailleur : SRAM Etap with Ceramicspeed OSPW ( I know wrong color )
Cassette : SRAM Red XG1190 11/28
Chain : KMC SL11 gold
Bartape : Arundel
Brake Pads: Enve Black
Bottle Holders : Tune
Brake Cables : Front Brake Aican Bungarus / Rear SRAM

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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

Parlee's Z0 has been on my dream list for quite some time - I'm green with envy!

What'd the frame weigh in at? Colnago fork?

With your eTap build, I like seeing no der holes in the frame. Details always matter.

When you get some miles on your new dream machine, I'd love to hear your thoughts on the Clavicula, Praxis and eTap FD combo.

spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

Colnago fork because I wanted to try direct mount EE's... yeah I gained about 30g with it though compared to Parlee fork. Colnago has Al dropouts, but I much prefer the look of the Direct mount EE brake. Fork is ~360g with 20cm of steerer (was 390g uncut) Sorry never got around to weigh the frame only.

Yep.. no holes in the frame for electric, so eTap only for now (shimano will eventually be wireless)

I've had it since late last year... so plenty of miles. The cranks and chainrings came off my old bike when I was using DuraAce ... So far the eTap FD has been problem free. I do have some Praxis Buzz chainrings, but have not got around to installing them yet.

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LouisN
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by LouisN

Beauty :beerchug: !!
As much as I dislike the aesthetics of the Altums, the Z serie is among my favourite looking bikes. And that one is a looker !!
love every part of it !!

Louis :)

rexyi1990
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by rexyi1990

Wow, pretty nice bulit! love the all black looking!

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

simple, slim, understated, good to see a bike like this from time to time....

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spdntrxi
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by spdntrxi

thanks all..

I'm really tempted to jump on the disc bandwagon soon here.
Madone, BMC TMR01.. or just get a Parlee Z0 Disc

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