Weight of your steel hardtail
Dialled Alpine, hopefully this list appears as it should.
[*]Frame Dialled Bikes Alpine 17/22 2565 5.65
Fork Rock Shox Pike 426 2435 5.37
Headset FSA Orbit MX 97 0.21
Saddle SDG Bel Air Titanium 284 0.63
Seatpost Chromag Minimalist 27.2 x 410 240 0.53
Seat Collar Chromag Brass 50 0.11
Handlebar Sunline V1 277 0.61
Stem Thomson Elite X4 176 0.39
Grips Lock-on with straitline end caps 128 0.28
Pedals DMR V12 Mag 444 0.98
Bottom Bracket Hone Bottom Bracket 96 0.21
Cranks Hone Non-Drive Side Crank Arm 228 0.50
Cranks Hone Drive Side Crank Arm 395 0.87
Cranks Hone Middle Ring 43 0.09
Cranks Straitline Bash Guard 123 0.27
Cranks Gamut Chainguide 121 0.27
Cranks 4 Crank Bolts 12 0.03
Chain SRAM PC 971 286 0.63
cassette Shimano XT 295 0.65
Rear Mech SRAM X9 235 0.52
Rear Shifter SRAM X7 200 0.44
front wheel Sun SOS Rim on Spesh Stout 20mm Hub 942 2.08
front tire Maxxis High Roller 2.35 ST 830 1.83
front tube 200 0.44
front rotor Aztec 203mm 200 0.44
rear wheel Sun SOS Rim on Shimano Hub 1150 2.54
rear tire Maxxis High Roller 2.35 ST 830 1.83
rear tube 200 0.44
rear rotor Aztec 203mm 200 0.44
Front Brake Avid Juicy 3 260 0.57
Rear Brake Avid Juicy 3 335 0.74
Whole Bike 13877 30.59[/*]
oh well, first number weight in grams, last number weight in lbsPosted 9 years ago
Nice bike, but you really need to get out more!
Its cool, i get out plenty, just when i was stripping my old bike and cleaning the parts to swap over to the new frame I figured I might as well weigh everything. I ain’t no weight weenie but its good to know what everything weighs when considering upgrades.Posted 9 years agoSinglespeedpunkMember
Solitude 29er (4.52lbs frame only) drop bar singlespeed with On-One carbon forks, Phil Wood / DT TK7.1 rims, WTB tyres, Thudbuster post and other reliable but not really light kit = @27lbs Designed for all day / multi day rides with bivvi kit (another 10-15lbs) and minimal maintenance.
OS Bikes Blackbuck 29er EBB (5.4lbs frame only) with Juicy 7’s, Mav SC32’s, Hope SS hub / DT X470 rims, WTB Exiwolf / Stout tyres with slime tubes, Mary bars, CC Thudbuster post, cheap Race Face cranks @29lbs ish Designed as my hooligan bike for messing about on, ie 3-4hr rides with the club in the Cotswolds / FoD.
I know I could get them lighter but only at a cost (financial, reliability, maintenance) and TBH I would not ride any better 🙂
SSPPosted 9 years agocoolhandlukeSubscriber
456 summer season, proper tough built up for my extra lard as well as riding style.
20″ Summer Season frame, Mavic 729 rims, Neveral 2.35’s Ghetto’d
chris king rear hub, superstar fromt hub, coil pikes, thompson post Bel air Ti saddle Deore brakes, XTR rear mech, XT front mech, Stylo chainset and external BB with large cog replaced with a bash ring, Welgo Mag pedals.
Weighty for a hard tail. Hopefully someone will prove my scales are out in which care I don’t need to diet!Posted 9 years agoavdave2Member
Thorn Catalyst around 32 pounds. Rohloff, Magura Oder forks and a Son Dynohub don’t make for a light bike when you start with a steel frame built for durability. I only weigh a hundred pounds more than it myself. I don’t find the weight an issue for most of my riding which is usually under two hours but by the end of a three hour ride on Friday the final hill, the steepest of the ride, was hard. Long term plan is to get a Van Nicholas Zion Rohloff frame and try to lose a bit of weight with that and a few component upgrades. In an ideal world I’d like a 25lb Rohloff equipped hardtail.Posted 9 years agoAnthonyMember
OP, be pleased to know your FSA headset is lighter than King’s £110 offering 🙂
(presuming that includes topcap/bolt and star fangled nut)
I’m hoping to break the magical 10kg when my Simple arrives in June.
SLR, Olympic Rims/rev spokes, Easton ec/ea90, XTR, Chris King, Mini X2 Pro, Racing Ralphs, foam grips ;-)……
Not sure if it will, but here’s hoping.Posted 9 years ago
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