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    Gravel build (fairly lightweight)

    Hey all, I'm starting my winter bike project and trying to keep it relatively light. I'm coming in just under 18 lbs projected weight (minus cables and housing, and bar tape weight). I'm open to suggestions about other components. I already have the chain and cassette, and saddle. Not switching to Shimano, staying 1x11, not switching to MTB pedals. Other things are up in the air. Open to suggestions.

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    Nice build list. How did it turn out? What do you think of the frameset and wheels?
    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashadabd View Post
    Nice build list. How did it turn out? What do you think of the frameset and wheels?
    It came out great. A few of the parts changed. Here's the current setup:

    Frame: Scott Addict Gravel
    Fork: Addict Gravel
    Headset: Syncros w/carbon spacers and cap
    Expander: EE Cycleworks
    Stem: Tune 90mm
    Handlebar: Zipp SL70 Ergo
    Bar Tape: Lizard Skins DSP 1.8
    Rotors: Ashima Ai2 140mm
    Brakes: Force 1
    Shifter: Force 1
    Derailleur: Force 1 medium cage
    Cassette: 3T Bailout 9-32
    Chain: SRAM XX1 Eagle
    Crankset: Easton EC90SL
    Chainring: Wolf Tooth 34t
    Pedals: Keo Ti/Carbon Blade
    Hubs: Tune King/Kong
    Front Axle: Carbon Ti
    Rear Axle: KCNC
    Rims: Nextie i19.5 hookless, 32h
    Tires: Hutchinson Overide 700x35, tubeless
    Valves: WTB alloy
    Spokes: DT Aerolite
    Nipples: DT Squorx alloy
    Seatpost: Hylix 27.2
    Saddle: Tioga Spyder Outland

    With a Blackburn carbon cage, Lezyne pump mount, Garmin speed and cadence sensors, and basic Garmin mount it sits at 15.125 lbs. My plans are to switch to eTap 1x, at which time it should drop below 15 pretty easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsis415 View Post
    It came out great. A few of the parts changed. Here's the current setup:

    Frame: Scott Addict Gravel
    Fork: Addict Gravel
    Headset: Syncros w/carbon spacers and cap
    Expander: EE Cycleworks
    Stem: Tune 90mm
    Handlebar: Zipp SL70 Ergo
    Bar Tape: Lizard Skins DSP 1.8
    Rotors: Ashima Ai2 140mm
    Brakes: Force 1
    Shifter: Force 1
    Derailleur: Force 1 medium cage
    Cassette: 3T Bailout 9-32
    Chain: SRAM XX1 Eagle
    Crankset: Easton EC90SL
    Chainring: Wolf Tooth 34t
    Pedals: Keo Ti/Carbon Blade
    Hubs: Tune King/Kong
    Front Axle: Carbon Ti
    Rear Axle: KCNC
    Rims: Nextie i19.5 hookless, 32h
    Tires: Hutchinson Overide 700x35, tubeless
    Valves: WTB alloy
    Spokes: DT Aerolite
    Nipples: DT Squorx alloy
    Seatpost: Hylix 27.2
    Saddle: Tioga Spyder Outland

    With a Blackburn carbon cage, Lezyne pump mount, Garmin speed and cadence sensors, and basic Garmin mount it sits at 15.125 lbs. My plans are to switch to eTap 1x, at which time it should drop below 15 pretty easily.
    That looks like a cool build as well. Thanks for sharing.
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