Viper Carbon Lite update!

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Sideburn
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by Sideburn

Some new pics with new tires =)

8.6 kilos.. quite luxury for a commuter i think =)

Tune FRM Kcnc Hope Mavic Dt Flite Xtr Xt Kmc Carbon Titanium

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// Patrik
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xpert
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by xpert

This will look very nice!!!

dougmcdoug
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by dougmcdoug

looks the goods whats the frame weight?

Sideburn
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by Sideburn

Thanks guys =)

The frame weighs in at 1660 grams, according to viper

// Patrik

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knef
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by knef

not really ww, but very beautiful frame
pics when finished plz

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Sideburn
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by Sideburn

8740 grams it weighs..

Not the lightest but at least it holds up =)

// Patrik

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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

very cool!

May I suggest some red bartape as grips so the red color theme is also brought to the front of the bike and not only to the front hub.

I love it!
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

Finn
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by Finn

Good looking bike :) . But I don't see FD :?

Sideburn
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by Sideburn

Now my commuter is almost as i want it to be...

8704 gram

Tune,KMC,FRM,Hope,KCNC,XTR,Flite,X-lite...

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// Patrik

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Willier
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by Willier

Why golden bar ends?
"Smart may have the answers, but stupid have all the interesting questions."

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The Green Flame
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by The Green Flame

Nice bike. But still no FD? You ride without one?. Because you also missing the shifter for the FD?

Sideburn
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by Sideburn

Because i wanted something to go with the golden chain,

Why have gears you dont use? will remove the middle chainring in time..

// Patrik

Sideburn
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by Sideburn

Tell me what you think guys =)

// Patrik

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Sideburn wrote:Tell me what you think guys =)

// Patrik


I like rigid-fork mountain bikes: lighter, more efficient, and if rigid's good enough for cyclocross, it's good enough for most mountain bike use.

The tires don't look like commuter tires, however!

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