Trek Madone 6.9.SSL, assemblata con le Zipp 202, 5,830 grammi,
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    Trek Madone 6.9.SSL, assemblata con le Zipp 202, 5,830 grammi,


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    Not bad....is that with pedals and bottle cages?
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    How do you know it's not 5,834g?
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    You might want to make sure the bike is completely off the floor when weighing it

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    PEDALARE verso il CIELO: Test Bike Zipp 202 (2^parte)

    still should have had a picture with the bike and the scale, but it seems plausible.

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    Nice build but please, please change the tyres to real tubulars, not the super light hosepipes made by Tufo. Veloflex Criteriums or Master would roll far far better.

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    That review was very thorough based off what I made out of the Google translation.

    As for the build and regards to weight, it's nice. It's no surprise though because Pro bikes usually have some kind of ballast or whatnot to meet UCI minimum requirements now. Either way it's nice.

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    I believe it, mike SL3 came with 202's and it was just over 14 lbs. Those wheels are crazy light.

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