PedalForce CG2

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markrj
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by markrj

It's the Pedal Force P2 300mm x 31.6mm.

$59.00

I now have almost 60 "test" miles on this bike. ;)

I love it!

markrj
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by markrj

Not exactly WW worthy at this point but it is without a doubt the lightest bike I have ever ridden.

With 105 pedals and the Race Lite Wheelset.

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wevergo2
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by wevergo2

Painted Pedal Force CG2 (Bevato frame set).
Bought it one year ago, did not know it was a Pedal Force CG2, in fact a Bevato BVR-083 :-D
( Sram Apex 11/32 for the Alps ).

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frame set BVR-083, BVE (Bevato catalog):

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hiro11
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by hiro11

prendrefeu wrote:White garage door with Pedal Force build in front of it?
Bike Forums.

$52K bike made out of stuff that someone found in the middle of a meteorite (not just any meteorite, everyone knows that the good stuff is sourced directly from the Ort cloud... it's what Eddy used), components made one by one out of silk fabric sourced from unravelled Medieval tapestries dipped in artisinal epoxy by a guy name Guiseppe in cathedral in the middle of Rome... while the Pope gives Mass, a ceramic razor as a saddle (may be uncomfortable but it's light as hell), aramid wheels spun in one piece by genetically engineered spiders, tires made out of hand milled flecky paper that dissolves in water (but super, super light), brakes=press your gloved hand onto the tire and pray to God and a tinfoil cassette handfolded by my good friend Pierre in Nice (everyone knows Pierre) that needs to be changed every six miles (not really weight weenie, I'm swapping it out today), leaning against a tent pole because the owner can't afford a house anymore = Weight Weenies.

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prendrefeu
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
hahahahahaha wow. that was great!
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alias320
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by alias320

I think that was by far the funniest post I've read. :up:

markrj
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by markrj

:mrgreen:

Just finished my second CG2 build using Sram Red Black Shifters and BB30 Crank. Sram Red FD (yep the flexy titianium version purchased from BonkTown), Force RD, Force 11-28 Cassette and Force Chain. Planet-X CNC Ultralight Brakes, and Bonty Race XXX Lite wheelset I picked up from Craigslist.

Initial weigh in at the lbs today...

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Still need to replace my Shmiano 105 pedals and I am also going to replace the Romin saddle with a lighter version.

Trying to get under 15 lbs.

claude274
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by claude274

wevergo2 wrote:Painted Pedal Force CG2 (Bevato frame set).
Bought it one year ago, did not know it was a Pedal Force CG2, in fact a Bevato BVR-083 :-D
( Sram Apex 11/32 for the Alps ).

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frame set BVR-083, BVE (Bevato catalog):

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Painted that yourself? Anybody found out if this frame is found somewhere with big shiny decals on it by major brands?

wevergo2
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by wevergo2

Painted that yourself? Anybody found out if this frame is found somewhere with big shiny decals on it by major brands?

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wevergo2
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by wevergo2

And another one:

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