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  1. #1
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    How much does your bike weigh?

    So I put cushcore in today and realized I had not weighed my bike in some time. 35 pounds on the nose. Holy shit. Seems like a lot for a size small Knolly Warden Carbon with Ibis 741/742 carbon hoops, carbon bars, carbon XO crankset, XTR pedals, etc.

    The heaviest stuff have to be the Push coil and the Michelin mini moto tires.

    Still. This thing is kind of a pig. No wonder I want one of those 28 pound downcountry bikes all the cool kids have now.

    So, how heavy is your ride? Then tell me how much your bike weighs too.

  2. #2
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    Steel is real.




    At least there's no drivetrain to weigh it down.


  3. #3
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    2017 Giant Trance Large- aluminum frame and wheels with DHF. 29.8lbs, surprisingly light.

  4. #4
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    My size small C warden is about 31.5 lbs, which seems like a lot going up...but oh so nice on the decents-

  5. #5
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    Large 2015 Banshee Spitfire weighs in at ~29.5. Pike fork, Next carbon cranks, Exo DHF/DHR and an XX1 cassette are the items of note.

  6. #6
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    It seems all my bikes end up gaining weight. My downcountry medium transition scout ended up at 33lbs. Tires, liners , rotors/brakes make it inevitable.
    Tomorrows new purchse looks to be 36lbs before i add tire liners and probably bigger rotors

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  7. #7
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    Down country bike is ~27, 155/160 bike is ~30.5
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    My size small Delirium is around 40 lbs. It maxxed out at around 42 when I had a coil Totem on it. No wonder I don't ride it much

  9. #9
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    Trek Emonda SL6 Pro, 16.75lbs.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  10. #10
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    I really don't care enough to weigh them. Nevertheless I am having fun riding them.
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    "If the road You followed brought you to this,of what use was the road"?

    "I have no idea what I am talking about but would be happy to share my biased opinions as fact on the matter. "
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  11. #11
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    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.

  12. #12
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    felt RDO set up as single speed. 17p ish with a Sid on it

    Rocky instinct, not sure. 30ish?


  13. #13
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    Intense T275C in size large. 160/160 travel. 27.8 LBS.12.6 kg Thats with 27.5x2.5 1000g tires tires.

  14. #14
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    I'm looking at ordering a new 2021 Rocky Instinct. All the 2020 Carbon models I have built this year weigh in between 30 and 32 lbs.

  15. #15
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    2019 Santa Cruz Nomad x01 w/Reserve Wheels, 30.8lbs according to my scale.

  16. #16
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    2018 Spec Diverge Expert - 20# (basically stock with tubes)
    2017 Trek Stache 7 - 27.5# (SLX/XT drivetrain, Carbon wheels and bar, e13 dropper)
    2017? SC Hightower 1 - 30# (XT drivetrain, carbon wheels, carbon bar and carbon dropper, DHF/Agressor - wish I could get this lighter)
    2016 Kona Wo - 35# (Deore/SLX/XT drivetrain, carbon fork, otherwise stock)

  17. #17
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    Enduro is 32-36, depending on setup. 38 + burly wheels + DH tires = close to 36 lbs. Lyrik + lighter wheels + Exo Plus = a bit over 32.

  18. #18
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    2018 Transition Sentinel carbon, medium, 32+/- lbs (includes pedals, OneUp tool, OneUp 70cc pump, Garmin, Timber Bell, bottle cage, & CushCore XC in rear). At its peak weight, it was just under 33 including a Push 11-6. I have plenty of high end, relatively light components(*), but when you are running a modern geo enduro bike with all the shit you actually carry and good tires, it's really hard to stay under 32 lbs.

  19. #19
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    2018 Yeti SB5.5 Turq XO build, w/Crank Bros enduro pedals, Reynolds carbon rims, Maxxis DHF exo/Agressor combo. Size large 30lbs.

  20. #20
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    XL Ripmo AF, NX build, DHF Maxterra 3c, DVO Diamond and Topaz. 34.6 LBS. I expect to drop a pound or so as things wear out or break but never gonna be a light weight. Then again,neither am I at 6’3” and 210.


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  21. #21
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    I had literally never weighed my bike before this. 28.0 lbs, 2014 Ibis Ripley OG, XT build w/140mm Pike and DB Air, DHF 2.35 on the front and Minion SS 2.35 on the back. I always thought it felt light!
    Outlive the bastards - Ed Abbey

  22. #22
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    My Banshee Titan (L) is probably 33ish. I haven’t weighed it, but the shop guys told me it was 34ish when they built it up and I’ve replaced the Super Gravity tires since then.

    My GF’s Ripmo v2 (L) is 30.7 with SC reserve hoops laced to I9 hubs and XTR everything.

  23. #23
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    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.

  24. #24
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    I want to say my supersix was high 14s without pedals or cages or anything on it, but it's closer to 16 now with the deep wheels and in actually rideable condition.

    MTB is 23-24 which is actually kind of heavy for a hardtail xc bike.

    Working on getting a new kona hei hei cr, which is about 27. Think I can live with that for a 120/120 bike with a dropper.

  25. #25
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    My med Firebird29 with the XO level build, carbon everything, and EXO tires comes in at 32 with pedals.

    Just built a steel hardtail with NO carbon and it feels about the same.

    Giant Defy roady with ultegra hydro, tubeless with Reynolds carbon wheels comes in at 19.

    Bikers are heavy now. Way better than breaking stuff all the time though!

    My 2014 Intense T275 came in at 28 with pedals with a Pike and carbon everything. Lightest 160mm bike I've owned, actually fast uphill. Broke three wheels on that thing though, Carbon wheels weren't what they are now. Ditched the Pike for a Lyric and added half a pound. Also, literally bent the whole bike in half at the links. Both of them were pretzeled. That bike's successor, the Orange Tracer came in at 30 with a Fox 36 and X2, and E13 Carbon hoops. That bike was way more robust.
    Last edited by beaterdit; 07-24-2020 at 05:54 PM.
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