Cervelo R2 (7.18kg...for now)

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prebsy
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by prebsy

Final product before I sold the bike:
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Build List as shown:
Frame-Cervelo R2
Fork-Cervelo R2
Headset-FSA
Seatpost- FSA SL-K
Saddle- Specialized romin pro (155mm)
Stem- bontrager RXL 110mm (-17)
Handlebar- 3t Rotundo pro (42cm)
BB- FSA PF30
Crank- FSA bbright Gossamer
Chainrings- KCNC K5
Shifters- Campagnolo Record 11
FD- Campagnolo Record 11
RD- Campagnolo Record 11
Brakes- KCNC C7
wheelset- Farsports 60x25 carbon clinchers
Cassette- Ultegra 6800 (11-28)
Chain- Ultegra 6800
Tires-Maxxis Comet (sponsor correct :lol: )
Tubes- Kenda 80mm
QR's- BHS Ti
Bottle Cages- Shimano Pro Carbon
Bar tape- Renfrew Hocky Tape
Pedals- Ultegra 6800
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headwind816
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by headwind816

Oooo ... this should be good. Please tell us what the rear max tire clearance? I have read read about the fork (28mm tire clearance report).

I like the white scheme and cannot wait to see your final build.

prebsy
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by prebsy

Right now I'm thinking a 25 on a wide rim should be good front and rear. A 28 on a wide rim should work in the front but I do not think it will work in the rear.

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GT3RS
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by GT3RS

Bike looks great, love the simple colour scheme. Is your bike a 58cm - I'm guessing approx 1050g without BB (doesn't seem too bad with all that paint).

prebsy
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by prebsy

54cm
1143 is for the frame with every last little piece on it. I am assuming at least 100g for the BB since it is greased up.
I would guesstimate 970-980 for a painted frame with nothing on it.

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Norregard
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by Norregard

That's definitely not a 58. Headtube length is way too small for that. I'm guessing that's a 54.

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justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

BB is definitely heavier than 100 grams.

prebsy
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by prebsy

Not sure where you are getting that from. An FSA PF30 bb is 84g claimed

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Valbrona
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by Valbrona

Nice. Anything with such an apparent slack seat angle in the smaller sizes gets my approval. And nice cooker too. Better than those built in things.

Bluemoon17
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by Bluemoon17

I like these a lot, very nice. Can't wait to see how it turns out in the future.

justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

prebsy wrote:Not sure where you are getting that from. An FSA PF30 bb is 84g claimed

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http://www.fullspeedahead.com/products/ ... t-adapter/

Wrong

AFAIK, the lightest BBright BB is 91 grams from THM
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prebsy
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by prebsy

Dude it's not an adapter its a pf30 bb on a bbright shell with a bbright crank.

justkeepedaling
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by justkeepedaling

Didn't know that you could use any pf30 bb for bbright

goodboyr
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by goodboyr

The only issue that makes a pf30 a bit special for bbright is the need for a longer connecting tube between the two side of the pf30 bb. That would prevent water ingress into the back side of the bearings. So a normal pf39 with a shorter connecting tube might have a gap where water can enter. Its not a big deal. The bearing cups are the same.

prebsy
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by prebsy

Swapped out the stock saddle for my Romin. The hockey tape is awesome on the bars. I swapped the stem from a -20 to a -16 for now. I thought I could live without my KCNC funny rings but I didn't last a week without them.
The weight is up right now but should come way down when I get my tubulars back from the shop this week. I still need to decide what direction to go with the crank, it will be one of the most important parts in pushing the build to 6kg.

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