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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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"no frippery. Rides briskly"
I like frippery on my bike. If you are really concerned about weight, don't start with a steel frame.
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Well, steel frame is one thing - I have a Waterford R33 built up to sub 15 lbs, so it is possible.
But will this thing be too stiff - as in stiff enough to knock your fillings out?
Looks great though.