2017 Scott Addict Gravel

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seraph
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by seraph

I use this bike primarily for road but with 35c tires I'm not afraid to go off road with her. Current weight is 6.86kg (15.125 lbs) with a single Blackburn bottle cage and Lezyne pump mount, as well as Garmin cadence and speed sensors, and stock Garmin handlebar mount.

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Frame: Addict Gravel, 56cm
Headset: Syncros cartridge, carbon cap and spacers
Expander: EE Cycleworks
Stem: Tune Geiles Teil 4.0, 90mm
Handlebar: Zipp SL-70 Ergo carbon, 42cm
Bar Tape: Lizard Skins DSP 1.8
Front Shifter/brake: Force 1 HRD
Rear Shifter/brake: Force 1 HRD
Rotors: Ashima Ai2 140mm w/ti bolts
Front Hub: Tune King, 32h 12x100
Rear Hub: Tune Kong, 32h 12x142, XD driver
Spokes: DT Aerolite J-bend
Nipples: DT Squorx alloy
Rims: Nextie carbon hookless, i19.5, 32h
Tires: Hutchinson Overide 700x35, tubeless
Valves: WTB TCS alloy
Sealant: A very small amount of Stan's
Cassette: 3T Bailout 9-32
Chain: SRAM XX1 Eagle
Chainring: Wolf Tooth narrow wide, 34t
Cranks: Easton EC90, 172.5mm
Bottom Bracket: Rotor PF4130
Pedals: Keo Carbon Blade ti, 20nm
Seatpost: Hylix 27.2
Saddle: Tioga Spyder Stratum carbon

Questions welcome. I will try to get a scale shot soon. Next upgrade is eTap 1x11.

sub7kg
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by sub7kg

Very nice! Is the 34T Chainring big enough?

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Marin
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by Marin

Yes, he has a 9t in the rear.

Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

9t! Wow. I had to visit an online gear calc...

Now I’m waiting for a straight block with a 9t. (For a diff bike, of course.)

seraph
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by seraph

Johnny Rad wrote:
Tue Jul 24, 2018 2:32 pm
9t! Wow. I had to visit an online gear calc...

Now I’m waiting for a straight block with a 9t. (For a diff bike, of course.)
3T makes a regular 9-32 cassette without the big jump called the Overdrive. The gears are set up like this: 9-11-12-13-15-17-19-22-25-28-32. My Bailout has a slightly tigher gearing from 1 to 10, with a ratio of 9-10-11-12-13-15-17-19-22-26-32. So the shifts in the middle of the cassette are good and consistent. I kind of treat it like a 10-speed cassette and then jump to the 32 if I really need it.

Marin
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by Marin

I also have the Bailout on the "fast road" wheelset for my Allroad/Gravel bike. To be honest, I don't even notice the slightly bigger jump to the 32. Excellent cassette, if a bit pricey.

Nice bike BTW!

seraph
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by seraph

Marin wrote:
Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:24 pm
I also have the Bailout on the "fast road" wheelset for my Allroad/Gravel bike. To be honest, I don't even notice the slightly bigger jump to the 32. Excellent cassette, if a bit pricey.

Nice bike BTW!
It's about the same price as the E.13 TRS+ 9-44 cassette I had on there before, but 100g lighter. I was running the 9-44 with a 40t elliptical Wolf Tooth ring before, and switching to micro drive saved me about 200g overall. I had debated switching to a short or medium cage Force 1 derailleur to optimize the shifting in the back, but I decided that would be kind of a silly move since I have plans to switch to eTap HRD next.

Marin
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by Marin

I have no problems running the cassette in 1x with an undampened Wifli rear mech.

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toshi
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by toshi

Is that matte finish tough to keep clean?

kzy090
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by kzy090

I got a set of Nextie wheels for my Gravel bike, too.
Super light and stiff, also affordable!
Nice choice!!

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