Try buying some scales and stop guessing.RedbullFiXX wrote: ↑Mon May 13, 2019 10:06 pmJust under 6.8 in fact, size sm is similar to a 54, one of the most populars sizes soldLewn777 wrote: ↑Sat May 11, 2019 3:32 pmCome on add pedals it's 7.1kg, and if you were a normal size near 7.5kg.RedbullFiXX wrote: ↑Fri May 10, 2019 7:19 pmNot trueLewn777 wrote: ↑Fri May 10, 2019 11:28 amA problem is manufacturers claimed weight. They say 6.8kg. Maybe that's without paint in XS size, no PM, no pedals, no computer, no computer mount, no bottle cages. A 6.8kg claimed weight could easily turn into 7.5kg or far more in real life on the road in size M.
Personally I like to think the bikes weight is as ridden, same as GCN's pro bike checks.
So by this analysis anything under 7kg is light. Thing is you're never really going to get a disk bike under 7kg without some weenie parts that aren't going to be durable enough for confident enduro type riding or some very clever component choices and lots of money. You want light for cheaper go tubs and rims.
My Size S Ulitmate Disk is 6.8kg, Canyon weights have been spot on for the 2 I have
2 Bottle cages, computer mount incl
No weight weenie parts either
I'm sure there are other "LW" Disc bikes out there
Bikes are progressing
Ready to ride, not making this up
https://bikerumor.com/2018/06/06/review ... road-bike/
The bike according to the above review weighs 7.73kg without pedals, computer and bottle cages. Therefore lightest real world weight is going to be around 8.1kg. Why you feel the need to make up facts and talk baloney on the internet is beyond me, it just misleads people.
By the way it's a really nice looking bike, love the aerobar and paint etc, but it's just too heavy for my taste.