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SteveFromNY
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by SteveFromNY

LVGH wrote:
SteveFromNY wrote:not weight weenie light, but it's decent enough for me!

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I take it these are the Planet X 60mm carbon clinchers, how do you like them? Nice touch on the custom decals.

Good eye! I was all set on just removing the decals completely but it just clashed with the "loud" color way of my frame so I redid them and added in a little red to tie it in with the rest of the bike.

It's heavy by most standards at 1800g but I'm coming from a 24lb cross bike so the whole set up at a hair under 16lbs is already crazy light for me!

I also have a feeling that if I hang out on this forum long enough, I'll eventually get a light tubular sub 1200g set anyway so these can be the dedicated trainers.

santosjep
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by santosjep

This is mine. I picked up the S3 mid August of 2012. I love how this bike and its components came together. Apart from the Fulcrum T wheels it came with, it was exactly how I would build this bike from the ground up. It's been a while since I bought a complete bike from an LBS. For the past decade, building bikes was my solution to mitigate upgrade-ititis. Well, it worked most of the time.. But back to this bike... It's truly an all arounder.

What I love about it is that it fits exactly between my Z5 and TT as far as function is concerned. It's like they had a bastard child and the S3 was it.

Joe

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Buffalo
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by Buffalo

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Currently at 19 lbs as shown. Major weight culprits are the surly fork at 965 g and the rolls saddle at 385g. Some day I'll get a carbon fork.
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ProfessorChaos
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by ProfessorChaos

Hello my Cervelo brothers. I'm not sure how I missed this thread, but I am here now. Seeing some familiar bikes here, and some I've not yet seen before. Anyway, here is my favorite weapon my S2. 13.07lbs or 5928g as pictured. It could be lighter, but my goal was a good balance between lightness, aero, and stiffness.
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and this last pic is with my training wheels on. Spinergy Stealth FCCs. So it's closer to 14lbs here, but it is my best attempt at a frontal pic.
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bura
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by bura

Hey Prof.Chaos,

What a nice bike. Really enjoyed it on this thread. :thumbup:
Happy Rides.
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ProfessorChaos
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by ProfessorChaos

bura wrote:Hey Prof.Chaos,

What a nice bike. Really enjoyed it on this thread. :thumbup:
Happy Rides.


Thank you. I really enjoy riding it. :)

Alreadyhadone
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Marwin3000
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by Marwin3000

@Alreadyhadone: A little OT but when you take your bike to the studio, why would you shoot ut with a wide angle lens? Nice bike though;)

Alreadyhadone
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by Alreadyhadone

Marwin3000 wrote:@Alreadyhadone: A little OT but when you take your bike to the studio, why would you shoot ut with a wide angle lens? Nice bike though;)


Studio? Just a white layer in photoshop ;)

And i use a wide angle lens... because it is my only lens.... and I did made use of it on my first photo though

VPR
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by VPR

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Here's mine, a warranty replacement for the S1 that cracked under the seatpost collar. 7210 g as pictured.

SteveFromNY
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valant
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by valant

Hi there,
this is my current R3:

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As said in the following thread, it ain't the latest one, neither the lightest... but it's my first Cervelo and I love it!
Go ahead and check some more photos:
http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=114485&p=977539#p977539

Valant :beerchug:
Keep the wind at your back and the sun on your face!

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Very nice!

drmutley
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by drmutley

Finally finished my S5 project.... I'm now happy with it and probably can't see too many changes from now...

2012 S5 VWD
DA Di2 7970 - internal battery
3T Ergosum LTD bars
3T ARX PRO alloy 110mm -17deg stem
Fizik Carbon railed Arione
Quarq Cinco BB30 Powermeter with SRAM 54 tooth TT chainring
SRAM ceramic PF30 BB
Speedplay zeros with Ti spindles
Yokozuna cables
ENVE 65s with DT240 Hubs
Zipp Ti QRs
Elite Custom cages
Token Chain catcher
Racewaredirect 800 mount

Weight ? (Will weigh if I have access to some scales - although I'm not fussed on weight!)

Will take some decent pics soon....

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