- Dec 14, 2006
Haro Unicycle: 6 Lbs.
not the ones with disc brakes, i am in london, i set off at six every morning for work in rain or snow or glorious sunshine and i fight my way passed 18 metre long bendy busses, discs don't fade or get too wet. i'll give some weight and miss the busbaker3 said:8.5 KG is about average for a road bike these days, is it not?
Fanky? do you know what your doing?Originally Posted by fanky .
I assume my NV is re-syncing.<a herf"=http://www.biketrialseller.com">Bike Shop</a> I accidentally cut it on with the drives out.<a herf"=http://www.biketrialseller.com">Bike Store</a> Now drives 1-3 and the power button are on constantly and drive 4 is flashing.<a herf"=http://www.biketrialseller.com">Bike Trial Seller</a> And I can't locate it in raidar etc. If so any idea of how long ti would take all four drive are 500gigs.<a herf"=http://www.biketrialseller.com">Bike Trials</a> I'm waiting to migrate my data to my Ultra 4.
Originally Posted by Cannondale evo .
My Cannondale Supersix EVO(54 cm) Dura ace is 14.56 lbs with pedals, computer and bottle cage now. I'm upgrading Easton EC90 SLX Tubular wheels and Vettria Crono EVO CS 320 TPI Tubular tires next week. Does anyone know how much weight will be shaved off ? I can't wait to find out.
Well, since you didn't tell us how much your current wheels and tires weigh, there's no way to know. Wheel weights can vary a lot. Tire weights can vary a lot.Originally Posted by Cannondale evo .
Very funny ! I think is about 1 lb lighter.
You may be able to get that below 13 lbs by cutting the top of the steerer tube down to the stem and removing the caps off the valve stems. If you are using the stem nuts toss them aside also.Originally Posted by Cannondale evo .
After upgrading my EVO with Easton EC90 SLX and Specialized S - Works saddle. The bike is 13.01 lbs with padels, computer and bollte cage.