Lightweight Urgestalt Disc 7,01kg(now at 6,86kg)

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ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Build list
FRAME BRAND: Lightweight Urgestalt Disc
PARTS:
- DRIVETRAIN: Campagnolo Record 12 speed
- PEDALS: Dura-ace R9100
- DISC ROTOR: Campagnolo
- WHEELSET: Lightweight Wegweiser
- TIRES: Continental GP5000
- SADDLE: Specialized S-Works Power Carbon
- STEM: Ax-lightness
- HANDLEBAR: Ax-lightness
- BARTAPE: Lightweight Handband
- SEATPOST: Ax-lightness
- BOTTLECAGE: Lightweight Edelhelfer

The bike came out at an acceptable weight of 7,01kg.

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Lucendi
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by Lucendi

Cool build! :)

Nice to see another Urgestalt.

justRideIt
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by justRideIt

Nice build.... any upgrades planned to improve from "acceptable" ? ;)
2020 S-Works Tarmac SL6 Disc @ 6.35-ish kg: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=159454

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by KCookie

A sudden influx of Lightweights, good to see. I've only seen one other on here apart from mine, but I still don't like the decal on the downtube. Preferred it when it said Urgestalt as the lightweight decal just doesn't look right.
This was pointed out with another members Fernwegs.
Any plans to get it below 7kg.

ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Opposite here didn't like the urgestalt on the downtube which was actually on sale when i was buying. preferred the screaming 'lightweight logo.' But for the wheels i like the classic lightweight decals.

ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Originally sub 7kg was the plan with darimo ellipse road bar, darimo ix2 stem, and darimo t1 loop post, but could flex the bar uninstalled so switched bar,stem,post from my 3,8kg ax-lightness vial evo.

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corky
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by corky

Looks great but for me the carbuncle on the nose is that seatpost.......

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by welchy

Enjoying the weight of this was wasn't surprising given the frame/wheelset. Did you manage to get any individual weights?

I feel with perhaps just a saddle change and some
Ti pedals spindles you could be in the 6kg bracket.

How does it ride? Very jealous of such a high end disc build - one day!


ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

I got to weigh everything individually. With the darimo parts 6,9kg. Here's the frame(51cm) and fork weight(uncut).

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ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

Just a bummer, bought the wheels last february and the evo tubeless version just came out.

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by mike

very nice weight for the frame. i am surprised the overall build is above 7kg given the light parts. must be the record crank weighing it down

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JKolmo
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by JKolmo

Very nice indeed! Also a bit surprised it’s not sub 7, would have guessed so by quite a margin.

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by ome rodriguez

Definitely the cranks are heavy. The stock seatclamp, headset top cap which can be used as a tool for the dropout, and expander need to be replaced. Would like to keep the dt swiss thru axle rws for ease of wheel removal, but does anyone know what specs 12mm thru axles front and rear are for this frameset in case I order lighter non qr ones?

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by welchy

ome rodriguez wrote:
Sat Dec 21, 2019 7:15 am
Definitely the cranks are heavy. The stock seatclamp, headset top cap which can be used as a tool for the dropout, and expander need to be replaced. Would like to keep the dt swiss thru axle rws for ease of wheel removal, but does anyone know what specs 12mm thru axles front and rear are for this frameset in case I order lighter non qr ones?
You could shed weight by going for tune quick release thru axles.. DC12s - I'm looking to get some at the moment.

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