Sub 7.5 kg disc CX-bike inc dropper-post

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dontpanic
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by dontpanic

Sub 7.5 kg disc CX-bike inc dropper-post

My plan so far is to use a Scott Addict cx-20 frame that has internal routing for dropper and also pretty light for the price. The Scott frame has internally routing for dropper, but I guess you can get that on any frame as long as it is space above the bottom-bracket for a cable? Any other frame that will work? I have found a used Scott frame for around 1100€

I also looking for a really light 27.2mm dropper-post with internal remote. preferably not more than 400€ This is my plan so far, any thoughts?

Frame
Scott CX-20 1140g
Forks 462g
Source for the weight: this thread: https://weightweenies.starbike.com/foru ... 5#p1362053

Groupset
Sram Red 22 levers, use modified left lever for dropper remote.
Sram CX1 cranks 42t
Sram Force 11-32 cassett
No front mech

Brakes
Juin Tech R1 300g for the pair (easy weight saving for low cost, coming from canti-brakes so hope the stopping power will be enough)

Wheels
Tubular sub 1400g, probably DT350 + light bicycles rims and Aerolight spokes.

Finishing kit
All carbon saddel, stem and handlebar.

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jemima
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by jemima

Don't forget compressionless housing with the Juin Tech brakes.

Have a look through r2-bike for posts. You can view by weight.

dontpanic
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by dontpanic

Any other suggenstion of frames and where to buy? No problem if used as long as it is disc brake and light. I raced a Cannondale SuperX 2012 last season and I really liked it.

Looked at https://shop4cross.com/ and http://bunnyhop.de/ any other sites that sell cross-frames?

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