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  1. #26
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    My Al frame nsbikes Snabb e is about 32-33 with the light wheels and tires and 35-36 with the park meats.

  2. #27
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    More than 30 less than 35....
    a positive attitude will not solve all of your problems, but it may annoy enough people to make it worth the effort

    Formerly Rludes025

  3. #28
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    Just ordered the beast. Lists the S at 34.83lbs w/o pedals. Add pedals and a little burlier tires in a medium should put it at 36.5 lbs. With my rear coil , mullet , dh tires it'll be 38.5 im sure.
    Still will feel like a feather weight next to my bulked up eeb

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  4. #29
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    completely stock yeti 5.5 with flats and rear tire changed to a 2.35 dhr is 31.8lbs which I expected
    stock caad7 road bike is a portly 21.4 lbs which is more than I expected

    cool thing is that while in the shed weighing bikes I thot up the idea of macgyvering an old der shifter cable lying on the floor to replace the tension line on my kitchenaid DW door which will save me 45$ for the part !
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

  5. #30
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    23133.2 grams

  6. #31
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    ^ Skip, at 51 lbs I hope you have a E-Bike with a 180mm travel and a 700wh battery.

  7. #32
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    ^Only a 504wh battery. I wish I had a 700wh because I am hooked on the boost mode.

  8. #33
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    Thats about what my medium decoy weighs with a 540w battery. Added cc db coil , pedals, tires and liners and 220 rotors.
    Occasionally go for a boost lap. Not often though. Mostly conserve battery in lower assist and lower gears at endurance pace to get more vert out of the battery. Even split between eco and trail mode i can get about 6000ft+ on a logging road climb.
    Glad the new non eeb will have a 51t

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  9. #34
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    Damn. My bike is heavy AF I guess. Heck of a ride on the way down though!

  10. #35
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    Downcountry bike is limited around here and if im going to have one pedal bike looks like the mid 30's is where i'll be at. I should add a sub 30 downcountry for that. Fazua equipped ezesty can be 30lbs without motor/battery and 38lbs with. Could fill those gaps nicely

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  11. #36
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    Mine is nearby 35lbs.

  12. #37
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    How much does your bike weigh?

    My Intense Tracer 275 comes in at 29.1. Lightest mtn bike in our garage is Mrs EWGís Nobilette singlespeed hardtail at 21.5.

  13. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Hubbs View Post
    20 years ago one of the local shops had a scale hanging over the door labeled "The Dream Wrecker". When ever any customer mention weight, or bragged about the weigh of their bike, or a special light part, they'd just point to the scales and say "Go Ahead"
    I don't miss the days of riding 45lbs DH bikes.
    I will admit to owning a gram scale.


    https://weightweenies.starbike.com/listings.php

  14. #39
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    SC Hightower 2, Chromag Surface and Transition TransAM all weigh in at around 30 lbs.

    My steel fat bike is a pig at 36 lbs. Ti gravel bike has gotta be in the low 20 lbs. range.




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  15. #40
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    My Devinci Troy 29 is around 33 lbs with Lyrik, carbon We Are One wheels and Michelin Wild Enduro F/R tires with no inserts.

  16. #41
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    2018 Size large Banshee Prime (V2)
    30.1 lbs with aluminum i30 rims.

    (Started life as a $2399, 33lbs Jenson slx “sale” build. Probably now about a $3400 investment.
    So the world is filled with tubular entities. Food goes in one end and shit comes out the other. Sperm goes in and babies come out.

  17. #42
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    YT Capra 29r - large aluminum frame, DHX2 coil, carbon wheels

    35.4 lbs

    I should probably go easier on the tubeless sealant

  18. #43
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    Thats not too bad all things considered.
    Im especially impressed with johnB and meconium getting the banshees to 30lbs in any size. I liked my rune and it needed very little maintenance but my medium 27.5 was 35lbs with decent parts(non were lead weights)

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  19. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Thats not too bad all things considered.
    Im especially impressed with johnB and meconium getting the banshees to 30lbs in any size. I liked my rune and it needed very little maintenance but my medium 27.5 was 35lbs with decent parts(non were lead weights)

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    I had one of the preproduction Primes, and it weighed 36+ with a Fox 34.

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    Sounds about right. I guess theyve trimmed them some. Mine had hydraformed tubes but i think theyve still gotten lighter again. Their latest bikes look really nice

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  21. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Thats not too bad all things considered.
    Im especially impressed with johnB and meconium getting the banshees to 30lbs in any size. I liked my rune and it needed very little maintenance but my medium 27.5 was 35lbs with decent parts(non were lead weights)

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    I’m around 155lbs and don’t do much park stuff. I can get away with it I hope. 1700g aluminum wheel-set probably isn’t the smartest. Prime should probably be around 33-35lbs for heavy hitters.
    So the world is filled with tubular entities. Food goes in one end and shit comes out the other. Sperm goes in and babies come out.

  22. #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    GG Trail Pistol is 30.2 lbs: XT drivetrain, I-9 Enduro 305 wheels, DHF/Aggressor Combo, Lyrik 150 fork, BikeYoke 160 dropper and a Huck Norris insert in the rear.
    That's a bomber light setup (light just over 30 lbs is nuts nowadays)...

  23. #48
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    Trance SX 27.5 29.2 lb

    Kona Honzo SS 27.3 lb

  24. #49
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    Is it weird that I was in the shop yesterday and they had the scale hanging there and I didn't want to put my Evil Calling on it? Not really sure I want to know the actual weight (not that i think it's over 33 lbs but really don't have a clue).

  25. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meconium View Post
    Iím around 155lbs and donít do much park stuff. I can get away with it I hope. 1700g aluminum wheel-set probably isnít the smartest. Prime should probably be around 33-35lbs for heavy hitters.
    Whatever works. If you blow up the rear wheel you can always just lace a heavier one. No biggy

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