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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby kb » Wed May 29, 2013 3:43 pm

im_no_pro wrote:
edit: just to be clear there is a (small) element of tongue in cheek in all this :wink:


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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Wed May 29, 2013 7:47 pm

Uncle Just wrote:When I look at the previous pics of your bike the seat angle does not look to slope as much. The last pic slightly exaggerates the seat slope I think. If you are comfortable that is all that matters. Enjoy your bike, it's a nice one.


You have a good eye I had adjusted the seat forward and down a little before that ride photo was taken. Its probably a bit savage but now at least i have a reference to go back to.

Thanks for the tips I'll find a beige roller door.
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby Madrider » Wed May 29, 2013 8:08 pm

I wouldn't call this super light but at 6.7kg with bottle cages, computer & heavy'sh saddle (200gm+) for a 57cm its a great ride

2011 BMC SLR01, Sram Red, Ciamillo Zero Gravity brakes, Easton SLX90 wheels

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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Wed May 29, 2013 10:21 pm

kb wrote:
im_no_pro wrote:
edit: just to be clear there is a (small) element of tongue in cheek in all this :wink:


Speaking of TIC.. when in doubt, consult the Rules

http://www.velominati.com/the-rules/#26


Link is classic cheers!....Nice BMC BTW, but as I have just learned..obey the rules :wink:
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby adamr » Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:22 pm

Madrider wrote:I wouldn't call this super light but at 6.7kg with bottle cages, computer & heavy'sh saddle (200gm+) for a 57cm its a great ride


It's a real anchor. :D
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby Madrider » Tue Jun 18, 2013 9:12 pm

adamr wrote:
Madrider wrote:I wouldn't call this super light but at 6.7kg with bottle cages, computer & heavy'sh saddle (200gm+) for a 57cm its a great ride


It's a real anchor. :D


Yeah now the SLX90's are developing the Easton broke spoke disease so wheels are getting re-spoked with titanium :D so there goes another few grams
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby Dimis » Mon Aug 05, 2013 3:23 pm

Bought 2 - 1 to go racing with...

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BMC SLR01 Team machine 2011 Sram Red (Black) Rotor elliptical Q-rings, Ritchey stem & bar, selle italia saddle with Ksyrium SLRs 6.55kg with Look Ti pedals and 2 x Moro Elite cages.

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BMC SLR01 Team machine 2011 Sram Red 2013 Rotor round Q-rings, 3T stem & bar, Fizik Anteres saddle with DT Swiss 46 Carbon tubulars 6.00kg with Look Ti pedals and 2 x Moro Elite cages.

PS: Yes I know I will be slamming that stem... just built it up with the new 2013 Sram after chewing through the old Sram Red, and got myself a new fork to freshen her up (The old one had a couple of stone chips).

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and the twins together.... just hanging around :D
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby schroeds » Tue Aug 06, 2013 2:45 pm

Might start hanging around your place to go through the bins:razz::razz:

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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:22 pm

how did you get the TM to 6.0 kg. Im looking at a 2011 size 50 on ebay atm and he claims weight is 1.65kg for frame fork seatpost headset and cups?????

I extrapolate that out with my light stuff from the Tarmac/trek and I come in at over 7 kg!!!!!!!!
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:26 pm

ignore that I just realised i was thinking in pounds and kilos at the same time
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby Dimis » Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:39 pm

flex5150 wrote:how did you get the TM to 6.0 kg. Im looking at a 2011 size 50 on ebay atm and he claims weight is 1.65kg for frame fork seatpost headset and cups?????

I extrapolate that out with my light stuff from the Tarmac/trek and I come in at over 7 kg!!!!!!!!


Here's the break down (as per the top bike in the photos) weighed on kitchen scales:

Frame total - 1562grams
Frame 55cm: 922g
Fork: (326g uncut) 288g
Seat post: 240g
Headset + cap & etc: 112g

SRAM RED 2013 Group set - 1786grams

DT SWISS carbon tubular wheel set + tires & skewers - 1752gram

Build kit - 844grams
3T stem - 132g
3T ergosum - 206g
Handlebar tape - 88g
Seat - 154g
Look keos Pedals - 209g
Elite Cages - (28g + 27g) 55g


Then weighed at 2 different lbs: 6.01kg & 5.98kg
Easier for me to just round off and say 6.00kg.

FWIW: the weight is great, but more importantly the ride quality is awesome.
Stiff, stable and compliant. It's won me over!
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby pawnii » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:26 pm

Very nice.
Great weight too


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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:20 am

It seams your big weight saving is the tubs. My 38mm cc with latex tubes and michelin pro light tyres still weigh 2030g inc skewers and red13 cassette.

How do you find the fit of the bmc. The seam a large build.
At 5'9" im contemplating a size 50 over the 53. And may need to run a setback post and slightly longer stem
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby Dimis » Wed Aug 07, 2013 12:58 pm

schroeds - Sorry mate, not much in the bins, my bro likes to clean out my cycling trash
pawnii - thanks for the kind words

Flex5150 - I'm 182cm, fit is bang on. Stems are 120mm

According to BMC, a 55cm like mine should fit you. Coincidentally I'm looking to sell one (now that I am not racing), but I wouldn't sell you mine, because the best fit for you at 5' 9" (175cm) is most likely a 53cm.

As far as ride goes, I couldn't be happier. I'm a bike sl#t and have no allegiance to any brand. They are all pretty much made in the same factory for crying out loud, but for some reason the 2010- 2011 Team machines with the BB30 and Polymer seat post, is a super stiff, super comfy ride. Like I said, it's won me over.

My tubs are essentially Reynolds 46s tubs re-branded (Not the cheaper "Assaults" that give Reynolds a bad name when they fall apart or delaminate coming down hills). Both use the same DT Swiss 240 hubs, same Reynolds 46mm rims and same spokes, except DT swiss paint theirs white. I'm also fairly happy with them.

If you are comparing them to your 38mm cc, weights may not be too dissimilar. Add the weight of a sram red 10 speed cassette and get your self some Ti skewers, I'm guessing there's probably not much difference.

Rough figures for an SLR01 build:
1600 Frame
2000 Group?
2000 Wheels
1000 Build kit Parts

You'd still be at 6.6kg and there's plenty of fat in that if you wanted to go lower.

Good luck with your new ride and build,
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Wed Aug 07, 2013 1:45 pm

Cheers dimis. How do you identify the race fit over performance?
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby pawnii » Wed Aug 07, 2013 5:24 pm

Dimis mate.

what do your wheels come in at on their own?
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby Dimis » Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:34 pm

flex5150 wrote:Cheers dimis. How do you identify the race fit over performance?


Flex5150 - Im not totally clear on what exactly you're asking. Sorry.
If its about the fit, the team machine IS a "race" fit, just like the sl4, but only ever so slightly more up right IMHO.
That said a stem, and normal drops instead of compact drops, will get you the same 3 contact points (butt, hands, and feet), as any "race" fit bike. Don't let those marketing guys confuse you with their mumbo jumbo, you'll be pretty low and flat on it. Not TT flat, but flat.

It terms of "enduro" or "performance" fit, it's not like a Roubaix. It's 9/10ths towards a sl4, and I only use that as an example cos I've ridden one and judging by your signiture line so have you.


pawnii wrote:Dimis mate.

what do your wheels come in at on their own?


If you mean the DT Swiss tubs they are quoted at 1200g on their own.
I can't verify that though, sorry. I stuck the tyres on before I weighed them.
Else 1752grams all up.

If you mean the ksyriums SLRs they are 1531grams (2200+/- with tires, tubes and skewers.
The mavic skewers are nearly 100grams on their own.
If I was a weight weenie, I give them the flick. Haha
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:55 pm

Thanks dimis. The tarmac was very comfortable. The madone H1 is pure race with the slammed stem so the higher head of the bmc will be a nice point of difference.

Now ill just keep a lookout for a frame.
Judging by the bmc site size 53 looks right.
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby pawnii » Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:29 pm

If I was a weight weenie, I give them the flick. Haha

only weight weenies talk in grams mate :twisted:
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Thu Aug 08, 2013 3:02 pm

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For pawni..... it's 6370 grams with the zipps, pedals, cages and barfly.
if I put the farsport clinchers on its 6030grams

Pretty much same gear as my Tarmac posted earlier just a new seat, Mast and stem.

Did I mention the Tarmac frameset is for sale?
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby pawnii » Thu Aug 08, 2013 6:15 pm

Wow what a beast. I've got a soft spot for Madones. It's a very high tech frameset IMO.

Are they Firecrest?
Looks like 2/3 of the stickers are haha


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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby g-boaf » Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:01 pm

That is a gorgeous Trek! :D I love them.

Very light too.
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby pawnii » Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:06 pm

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An update of my ride.

A few changes...
- Enve 45 Classic tubular wheels
- brakeset - Ciamillo Gravitas SL
- Titanium Cassette - Token Ceramic Aluminium
- setback seat mast
- Chain - KMC X10-SL
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby flex5150 » Thu Aug 08, 2013 8:57 pm

Yep they're firecrest 2012.
Cheers for the Trek love guys seems to be some anti's on this site (maybe a Lance thing?)

Pawnii I'm jealous I was aiming at sub 6000. Just dont know whats left other than removing one cage and the bar fly thats about 30g but Its cheating if it then goes straight back on isnt it?
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Re: Show us your super light road bike

Postby pawnii » Thu Aug 08, 2013 9:30 pm

haha yeah that would b cheating a bit. I feel like i'm cheating taking my Garmin off.
I train with a ultegra chain and cassette so technically i'm not under 6kg.

It's hard to go sub 6 with a standard groupset. You can shave quite a bit off by changing to lightweight brakes and cranks. (stiffer also)
Changing your cables to Alligator iLinks is a cheap way to shave 50 grams without sacrificing ride blah blah blah
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