Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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dudemanppl wrote:How much do you weigh? This influences wheel decisions a LOT. I also don't recommend the Canyon. Sure the frame may be lighter by a bit, but there aren't any light 1 1/4" stem options out there.
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dudemanppl wrote:eTap is heavier than R9150, Tune Skylines are trash.
How about Ax-Lightness Ultra 25 Tubs? Better than Enve 2.2 Tubs with ceramic hubs?
Way better than 2.2's but your initial post suggested Shimagnolo so I'm not sure if you're worth saving
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If i had a healthy budget for a dream bike right now, it would be the evo with mechanical SR and bora 35. Electric and/or discs woulf be wonderful too but the total for a highend bike would be ridiculous, i'll never have that kind of money
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35mm carbon rims do make sense as such wheels are stiffer than shallower rimmed wheels given the same spoke count.
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Imaking20 wrote:That said, forum member RyanH had a very short time with Skylines before they killed themselves (UNfortunately not taking him along).
Fixed it for you
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