Anyone with a Weight Weenie PEGORETTI

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

Another beauty!

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ultimobici
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by ultimobici

Original one is this one
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7.5KG with 9 speed Dura Ace, Extralite cranks & Ti BB and Crono F20 on DT Swiss 240S hubs.
Although this doesn't have Pegoretti on the frame it is a Pegoretti, albeit Gianni not Dario! 6.4KG with similar GL330 wheels!
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by wilwil

See page 2 of the Baum v Pegoretti thread for a picture of my Marcelo

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by wilwil

breezerboy wrote:My 58cm Duende in Manovella - 7.62kg (16.76lb)

Carbon tub wheels should get it below 16lb, but I don't yet feel the need.

Super Record, hand built DT 240, Archetype, cx-ray wheels with 25mm Corsa sc's, Zipp bar/stem, 3T Dorico LTD post, EE brakes, Ti Speedplays and the biggest grin on my face whenever I ride it.

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Im thinking of having mine repainted to this colour scheme. It would look much better without gum walls. Are black forks standard? I think I would prefer white.

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breezerboy
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I requested black forks and headset, but he will happily supply white forks and/or silver headset instead if preferred.

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by breezerboy

Similar build to the last one, but this time a Responsorium Ciavete from 2010, updated with Falz V2, kindly painted to match by Dario. I'm sure Paul had this lighter, but a very respectable 7.2kg as you see it.

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by FreaK

WonderSausage wrote:Pic with the current Zonda wheels and the new Super Record RS. Weight is 7.89kg with pedals & bottle cage.

The wheels as I mentioned in the previous post, are due for upgrade. Pegoretti FALZ fork is on order also.

Groupset: Campagnolo Super Record RS 50-34, SR 11-25 cassette, SR BB cups
Bars: 3T Rotundo Team carbon
Stem: 3T Team alloy
Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece offset (with shim since no one makes an offset post that fits the Duende)
Seat: Selle Italia SLR Superflow 145 (195g)
Tires: Vittoria Open Corsa Evo CX II
Tubes: Vittoria Latex front, Continental Race Lite rear


I have a bunch of the same parts on my bike, but importantly i have the same fork and was thinking about getting a Falz. Do you think you could do a comparison when you get some time on the Falz?
it's actually possible to come to the conclusion even before realising it makes no sense at all
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by anquetil

Finaly under 6,8 kg - with Tune QR :D

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Still posssible to go lower with weight:
- handlebar - now Ritchey Neo Classic
- stem - now ritchey wcs Al
- wheel set - now Bora One T Veloflex Roubaix 25

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by racingcondor

bikewithnoname - Love those wheels, suit the bike beautifully.

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by mrgray

comments on ride would be great from any/all owners. beautiful bicycles.
Bobo S&S Steel Bike - 7.5 kg
Oltre XR2- 6.6 kg
Look 585 - 6.8 kg
Look 695 SR :D

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by breezerboy

Responsive yet stable, comfortable but never lacking when you put the power down. Plenty of feedback from the road and tyres but never jarring when it gets rough. Being a perfect fit obviously helps, but the best bikes I've ever ridden. Their responsiveness makes them feel lighter than they are but without any of the skipping about and instability of a bike that is too light or too stiff.

Each model is subtly different, but have a very familiar feel.
From my experience, most comfortable is Duende, then Responsorium, Marcelo, Love #3 then BLE, but could happily ride any 100+ miles as they're all pretty close. Stiffness is a reverse of this, but none are lacking in that respect.

I own 2 and they are by far my favourite bikes. This is compared to various Colnago, Cannondale, Specialized, Wilier, and Pinarello. Many bikes can come close in ride, you can beat them on the scales, but none make me want to ride them as much as they do. Others have come and gone, but these are keepers.

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by deltree

anquetil wrote:Finaly under 6,8 kg - with Tune QR :D

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Still posssible to go lower with weight:
- handlebar - now Ritchey Neo Classic
- stem - now ritchey wcs Al
- wheel set - now Bora One T Veloflex Roubaix 25


I was wondering what you'd replace your Colnago with. Excellent choice. Looks amazing.

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by anquetil

Thank its realy fast bike, easly compare wit F8.
Colnago goes to Japan.

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by Enda Marron

I have been a WW since 2002,This is one of the best threads ever
I have been thinking of getting a frame from Dario Pegoretti or Brian (Jason) Rourke this thread gets me closer to pressing the button

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by breezerboy

I know it may be greedy, but this is my 3rd (and lightest) Pegoretti, a Love#3. Finished in mainly super record, EE brakes, and handbuilt tubular wheels.
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