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

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KCookie
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by KCookie

Looking good. Nice to get it under 7kg. Any more upgrades in the future.

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ome rodriguez
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by ome rodriguez

KCookie wrote:
Mon Jun 01, 2020 6:30 am
Looking good. Nice to get it under 7kg. Any more upgrades in the future. Image

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Thanks!

Maybe wheels? My wegweiser came in at 1,424g, love the stiffness though.
Thinking of the extralite cyberdisc 338c, could save me 344g.
Very curious on the bike-ahead composites biturbo too.
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by wolfesquire

Wow, I really thought Lightweights would be....idk...lightweight. 1424g seems to be a bit hefty.

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ome rodriguez wrote:Lost weight during the quarantine period.
Changed to darimo t1 loop carbon seatpost and have a spare super record 11 crankset laying around.
It's 6,86kg now complete with pedals, 2 cages, and a garmin mount.
This is one super hot bike, but the weight given the choice of components and frame seem ludicrous highImage I look at it and try to think where would I personally be cutting weight without changing the choice of wheels. Crank is one by going to a THM, then Time pedals, and a Berk saddle, but beyond that I can’t see what elseImageImageImage

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by ome rodriguez

dgasmd wrote:
Tue Jun 02, 2020 1:28 pm

This is one super hot bike, but the weight given the choice of components and frame seem ludicrous highImage I look at it and try to think where would I personally be cutting weight without changing the choice of wheels. Crank is one by going to a THM, then Time pedals, and a Berk saddle, but beyond that I can’t see what elseImageImageImage
Good weights for the frame and fork. This is my daily driver so campy cranks, shimano dura ace pedals, and s-works power saddle will stay. But didn't expect this bike to ride very well, climbing and descending. I was a pro rimbrake, but now a discbrake convert.
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