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  • How light are your singlespeeds?
  • Keef
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    Singular ti 29er,19.3 lbs

    Kona unit 29er,23.5lbs

    Airbourne ti Hag,17.4 lbs.

    they all ride differently,all climb great,and Iluv ’em all.
    not built for weight,built to ride and not break (not too often any way)

    Oh, and they’re all SS and rigid. but that’s ‘cus that’s what I like !

    Keef
    Member

    Singular ti 29er,19.3 lbs

    Kona unit 29er,23.5lbs

    Airbourne ti Hag,17.4 lbs.

    they all ride differently,all climb great,and Iluv ’em all.
    not built for weight,built to ride and not break (not too often any way)

    Oh, and they’re all SS and rigid. but that’s ‘cus that’s what I like !

    seanoc
    Member

    Cotic simple
    Pace carbon forks
    XTR M970 cranks and brakes
    Thompson stem and seat post
    Hope/stans 355’s

    Hovers at a smudge over 20lb’s. It feels bloody light.

    saladdodger
    Member

    Cotic Simple

    revs
    717 on hope hubs
    sensable kit through out

    23lbs on my fishing scales which seem quitye accurate (fisherman scales normally over read 😉 )I could spend shed loads on it and loose maybe a pound, but why bother tis ace as it is

    orangeboy
    Member

    Orange vitt 14lb on home scales
    Stans mmx wheels
    White bros carbon forks
    Hope race brakes
    Kcnc post
    Easton carbon bars
    Rs7 UNO and Royce bb

    Could be lighter with some trigon forks but they scare mr lol

    steve_b77
    Member

    Here’s a pic of mine, if you’re interested.

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    orangeboy – Member
    Orange vitt 14lb on home scales
    Stans mmx wheels
    White bros carbon forks
    Hope race brakes
    Kcnc post
    Easton carbon bars
    Rs7 UNO and Royce bb

    Could be lighter with some trigon forks but they scare mr lol

    Tell your SO to step away from the scales, they have a serious disorder & need help if they have messed with them that much, the zero should be at the top!

    😉

    orangeboy
    Member

    I know I thought a ti ss should be lighter too

    4ndy B
    Member

    Not bad for a sub £400 bike build

    Could easily shed more weight, but I don’t really feel the need to

    orangeboy
    Member

    It’s an illness once you start that’s it lighter is always better. I need help lol

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