Disc bikes with full internal cabling

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
seaneT1
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by seaneT1

Ribble endurance sl is also an option.

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TobinHatesYou
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by TobinHatesYou

Thanks for the weights. 7.5kg without pedals is quite heavy for a top spec “all rounder” bike. That’s more than a kg heavier than an Emonda SLR 9 Disc (6.32kg for a 56cm.)

iamraymond
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by iamraymond

seaneT1 wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:56 pm
Ribble endurance sl is also an option.
It’s the first time seeing that bike. Looks to be a new offering from them for 2019. It has hints of Canyon Aeroad, BMC Teammachine, and Pinarello F10.

I’m interested to see more in-depth articles about it, in particular that integrated bar/stem combo.

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ruru
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by ruru

iamraymond wrote:
seaneT1 wrote:
Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:56 pm
Ribble endurance sl is also an option.
It’s the first time seeing that bike. Looks to be a new offering from them for 2019. It has hints of Canyon Aeroad, BMC Teammachine, and Pinarello F10.

I’m interested to see more in-depth articles about it, in particular that integrated bar/stem combo.

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It's nice, looks like a BMC!!.

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ccparkhill
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by ccparkhill

Anybody know if the Ribble is based on an open mold frameset?

karmaz
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by karmaz

Sarto Lampo Plus is fully integrated and looks not too shabby

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https://www.sartoantonio.com/en/bicycle ... lampo-plus

Seedster
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by Seedster

As already mentioned Sarto Lampo disc, Bianchi oltre XR4 disc, Bmc teammachine, Ridley Noah fast and colnago c64 disc (expected mine in December)

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seaneT1
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by seaneT1

Megamo also has a really nice bike ticking all the boxes, will post more once I can.

ODC
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by ODC

iamraymond wrote:
Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:32 pm
One thing I wish BMC would release more variations of their stems. There's only a -12 degree version with lengths between 90mm to 130mm. I'd love to see a -6 or -8 degree version or an 80mm for riders who prefer a less agressive fit.
Because of the huge stack height (you must include the necessary spacer under the stem for the cable routing) the stem is actually -8 degree.

seaneT1
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by seaneT1

https://www.megamo.com/en/5156/road/rac ... -disc.html


It looks really nice, but no mention of the weight! :cry:
There is also the factor one if no one mentioned it already.


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