That included the seat collar and the dropout inserts. Those items weighed 53 grams so bare frame weight is 2704 grams. Not a big deal but put it out there for informational purposes.FM said:Nice! 6.07lbs is good news. I was fearing the production frames would be closer to 7lbs for a medium.
I was just playing with them. It is actually a clever design. Lightweight and seems like it will hold well once clamped around a wheel. I'll snap another close up of that area after dinner.lorenz0 said:Looks really good, weight is not that bad... but I'm still not totally convinced about those dropouts
Stem and bar: syncrossodak06 said:Sweet! I am excited to see the build. What are the specs your going with? Fork?
noooooo yuk! i hate the paragon sliding dropouts!! i really dig transitions solution.lorenz0 said:But, IMHO, the most effective solution for singlespeedability (?) is using Paragon sliding dropouts
Yeah, not sure which size yet. I'll give a couple sizes a ride before deciding.FM said:Cool, yer gettin one?!
You getting a small? A full bike or stealing parts off something else?
juice said:I've got a BRIGHT orange Large one sitting in my shop right now. 6.3 lbs with dropouts - not bad! Nice paint job - metal flake in there. It's bright. I usually go for understaed colors, bit figured, WFT, might as well go day-glo. Besides, now those drunk russian hunters won't shoot me
I'd throw the blue stickers on.juice said:I've got a BRIGHT orange Large one sitting in my shop right now. But jeezus, the sticker options are making my head spin!
Cool! You gonna shave your chest? :ihih:ebxtreme said:Likely gonna run it as a singlespeed for my winter bike......hoping to get in better shape.
Just out of curiousity, what don't you like about the paragons?euroford said:noooooo yuk! i hate the paragon sliding dropouts!! i really dig transitions solution.