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Laeljon

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mr_slow Ridley must be crazy lite....My Moots weighs right at 23lbs with S&S and Rohloff ...running 43 and 41mm tubeless. Sweet rigs...ENJOY!
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mr_slow Ridley must be crazy lite....My Moots weighs right at 23lbs with S&S and Rohloff ...running 43 and 41mm tubeless. Sweet rigs...ENJOY!


Yeah, the Ridley is right at 19 lbs, and the Moots is right at 23 lbs. The Moots' weight is with three bottle cages, and a size 58 frame. The Brooks saddle weighs almost 400g more than the Specialized saddle I had planned to use, and the crankset is just the Ultegra, whereas the one on the Ridley is carbon. I also overbuilt the hell out of the wheels, running 32 spoke F/R, and I'm a pretty light bean pole @6'2" - 165 lbs. This was the one time where I went for rugged over light-weight, for reference my full suspension mountain bike is right at 25 lbs.

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My Dirty Kanza bike

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Been on this Vassago Donnybrook a few weeks now.  My third ride on it was a 200k mixed surface adventure - true baptism by fire!  

Frame:  True Temper OX Platinum Steel
Front Fork:  Whiskey No. 9 Carbon 15mm ThruAxle
Wheels:  White Industry CLD hubs, Stans Grail 20.4mm rims, Sapim Race/Wheelsmith DB14 spokes
Tires:  Specialized Renegade 1.8” Tubeless
Brakes:  SRAM Force Hydro, 160mm centerlock rotors
Crank:  SRAM Force 42t
Dropouts:  Paragon Polydrops 142x12 post mount
Derailleur:  SRAM Force
Cassette:  SRAM 10-42t
Handlebar:  Salsa Cowbell 2 44cm
Stem:  Thomson X2 100mm
Headset:  FSA Orbit
Bottom Bracket:  SRAM Force 68mm
Seat Post:  Thomson Elite 27.2
Saddle:  WTB Volt
Weight:  22lbs 



Still liking your Donnybrook a year later? 

How tall are you and what size is yours? I am on the border of a 54 medium and 56 large.  

Are you running a 160 mm rotor rear? Their site has a confusing phrase "Disc Brakes: ISO, post mount, or flat mount 140mm rear available" that I think means you can run a flat mount 140 or an other size ISO or post. 

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My Diverge DSW 2016 on a first touring test. Soon I will remove mudguards and put 35 mm tires.

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'16 Litespeed T5G FM

1x11 XTR Di2: 42x11-40, absoluteBLACK elliptical ring, PowerTap, DT Swiss, 40mm X'Plor MSOs, Ritchey post and stem, Salsa Cowbell.

-Tim

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Cutthroat, Straggler, Routt on a fine Spring day: 

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Cutthroat, Straggler, Routt on a fine Spring day: 

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Nice Backdrop.  And bikes.

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'16 Litespeed T5G FM

1x11 XTR Di2: 42x11-40, absoluteBLACK elliptical ring, PowerTap, DT Swiss, 40mm X'Plor MSOs, Ritchey post and stem, Salsa Cowbell.

-Tim


Just looked up the frame geo. My kind of numbers.

Nice bike.

Is that a Romin on the back?
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Just looked up the frame geo. My kind of numbers.

Nice bike.

Is that a Romin on the back?


Close. It's a Toupe. A little flatter on top. I like Specialized saddles for the choice of width. The narrow ones work just right for me.
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My 2015 kona jake the snake

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Close. It's a Toupe. A little flatter on top. I like Specialized saddles for the choice of width. The narrow ones work just right for me.


Gotcha. I have a Toupe on my road bike and gravel bike.

Thought it was a Romin, after reading about the raised tail being supposedly pretty good for steep hills.
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