OK WW's Here's the challenge - sub 6kg Dogma in 36 hrs!

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by sugarkane

Fourthbook wrote:I assume the Campy cranks are the Ti version...

And?? :roll:

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by Fourthbook

I guess the implication wasn't clear: the Ti version is maybe 40grams lighter than the standard steel spindle version.
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13.10 lbs (5.95 kgs) w/Enve 3.4-Tune 70/170 & Conti Competitions tubulars
12.53 lbs (5.68 kgs) w/FarSports 24-Extralite & Vittoria CX EVO II tubulars

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by vboy19

princebmc wrote:Hi All,

Thanks for all the pointers and thanks for Dado for raising the topic.

The customer is someone who loves his Dogma (not dogma 2, although he has one too!!)

We are fitting the Obermayer Wheels to give us almost 200grams but he does want to keep a Schwable tyre with some puncture protection in it so we are only getting 60grams in tyre weight.

For the rest of the diet we are replacing the MOST Talon bars with an Extra Light O/S Stem and Schmolke TLO O/S Handle bars.

He does also want to keep the full Campagnolo drive train so we cant do cranks.

I will let you know the result once it is all done


Obermayer is not the the way to go. I have Enve with extralite hubs, weighing in at 970 grams(if you use dash hubs, knock off another 40grams). Have you seen my dogma2? The only reason it doesn't weight 6K is the battery.

Here is my build:

Full Campy SR EPS
SR Brake set,
Extralite stem
3T ergonova
Alligator mini I-links
Tune Skewers
THM Clav w/Praxis Chain rings

Weight came in at 14lbs. but if it was cable would be 13.2.

Good luck.

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