Show us your sub-6kg builds

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burglarboycie
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by burglarboycie

^^ Looking forward to seeing that build!!!

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jimaizumi
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by jimaizumi

I'll bite @ 5.87kg

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KCookie
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5540g Soon to be a little lighter.

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Rogntudju
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Seven Elium, 5.95kg

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

Love the Seven Cycles...nice!
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maverick_1
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@jimaizumi
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@Bely,
great stuff from you as usual...
most importantly, the post is never complete without the weight :?:

Cheers!

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Calnago
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@bely's weighing techniques are suspect, but I'll take his word for it on this one. :)
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maverick_1
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lol..

@Bely,
kind request.
with the amount of bikes you have as well as your preference in sharing your build in this forum, I think it's about time you "invest" in a proper weighing scale :lol:

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KB
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by KB

Some wonderful bikes on here, but the standout is KCookie's steed. Got loads of wow factor.

AZR3
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Finally got my Evo Hi-MOD all finished up and snapped a quick pic maiden voyage today

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Sitting at 5,772g (without the tail light)
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coppercook62
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KCookie
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KB wrote:Some wonderful bikes on here, but the standout is KCookie's steed. Got loads of wow factor.

Much appreciated, will look even better when the xpresso 15s arrive, and lighter. !!!

cedced74
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by cedced74

Here is my updated C60... 5,97kg as shown.
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Build list :
Frameset : Colnago C60 (RSBK, size 50s)
Headset : Extralite UltraStar + HyperCap
Seatpost : Ax lightness Europa
Seat : Ax Lightness Leaf
Stem : Extralite HyperStem 110mm
Bar : 3T Ergonova Team Stealth 420mm
Bartape : Specialized Roubaix
bottle cages : Tacx Uma carbon
Cables : Alligator i link
Brakes : EE Brakes
Front derailleur : Dura Ace 9070 di2
Rear derailleur : Dura Ace 9070 di2 with Ceramicspeed pulley wheels
Crankset : Dura Ace 9000 (52/36 chainrings) with Stages Cycling powermeter
Bottom Bracket : Ceramicspeed
Chain : Yaban Titanium
Shifters : Dura Ace 9070 di2
Cassette : Dura Ace 9000 (12/28)
Wheels : Lightweight Meilenstein Obermayer, with Extralite Streeters Quick Release
Tires : Veloflex Extreme (front) and Carbon (rear)
Pedals : Time Xpresso 15
garmin mount : K Edge

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by Nefarious86

KCookie you should hit Skunk up for a bar end Di2 junction ;) that final detail on the front end cleaning it up would be perfect for that build.
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