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    My '09 Addict R2 - ISP Integrated BB

    Here it is:

    Final weight 13.5lbs with cadence sensor, wheel magnet, chain guard, and bottle cage.

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    Guess this is not bad for anewby. 2010 Addict R2. Iv had it 2 weeks. WTB Shadow V saddle 210g, Look pedals, Easton ec90 bars, Token FC seatpost. Ultegra group, Mavic elite, compact crank, 11-25 cassette, size 56, wt. 15.5 lb
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    Nice, Mr. Apoint! Which WTB saddle is that. It looks lighter than mine.

    Absolutely love the color of that bike . . . not as much as my own of course, but it is really a great color.

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    Good morning Tucson, That saddle is a WTB Shadow V, weighs 210g. I use to like the Fizik saddles but this one is liter and more comfortable and more economical.
    You do have a great looking bike, understandably bias, like me.
    I went to buy a cr1 pro but when I arrived at the LBS they made a mistake and built me the Addict R2 for the same price, $2,600. I was more than glad for the upgrade. Very smooth riding bike. I have 5" of snow on the ground this morning here in Georgia.

    Sorry for the double post. First post didn't show up for several minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apoint
    Good morning Tucson, That saddle is a WTB Shadow V, weighs 210g. I use to like the Fizik saddles but this one is liter and more comfortable and more economical.
    You do have a great looking bike, understandably bias, like me.
    I went to buy a cr1 pro but when I arrived at the LBS they made a mistake and built me the Addict R2 for the same price, $2,600. I was more than glad for the upgrade. Very smooth riding bike. I have 5" of snow on the ground this morning here in Georgia.

    Sorry for the double post. First post didnt show up for several minutes.
    Thanks! WTB Saddles fit me well too, or is it I fit them!?

    Congratulations! You are a very lucky guy getting a well equipped Addict R2 at that cost!

    No worries about the snow or the double post. They will both be forgotten sooner rather than later.

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    Wish I was in Arizona today so I could ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apoint
    Wish I was in Arizona today so I could ride.
    I guess we are both very lucky!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TucsonMTB
    I guess we are both very lucky!
    Just took this picture, with pedals. 15.4 lbs.
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    Since you asked for it, here's my 2010 RC.
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    Nice bike but alum cages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apoint
    Nice bike but alum cages?
    Nope. King Ti.

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    Imo Carbon would look like the rest of the bike and liter. How long ya had it & Whats that jewel weigh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_gormandizer
    Since you asked for it, here's my 2010 RC.
    Awsome!

    Damn these defective lottery tickets . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by apoint
    Imo Carbon would look like the rest of the bike and liter. How long ya had it & Whats that jewel weigh?
    I agree that carbon would look better. Which would you recommend?

    I got the King Ti cages before the bike, when I was leaning toward a custom Ti frame. The King Ti cage is 28 grams, made in USA, costs $60. I'm not sure if a "bullet-proof" carbon cage like Arundel would buy me anything but aesthetics. Most of my buddies, including my LBS owner, seemed to have settled on cheap steel cages no matter how exotic their carbon frames.

    The bike weights 14.5 lbs with pedals and cages. Maybe I could have save weight on the wheels by going with carbon tubulars, but the Dura Ace tubeless give me a good compromise between weight, ride quality and puncture resistance. I flatted on a road race last year on my old bike, but the tubeless have so far been great.

    I got the bike in June, and took a podium spot one week later! I have a few thousand miles on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_gormandizer
    I agree that carbon would look better. Which would you recommend?

    I got the King Ti cages before the bike, when I was leaning toward a custom Ti frame. The King Ti cage is 28 grams, made in USA, costs $60. I'm not sure if a "bullet-proof" carbon cage like Arundel would buy me anything but aesthetics. Most of my buddies, including my LBS owner, seemed to have settled on cheap steel cages no matter how exotic their carbon frames.

    The bike weights 14.5 lbs with pedals and cages. Maybe I could have save weight on the wheels by going with carbon tubulars, but the Dura Ace tubeless give me a good compromise between weight, ride quality and puncture resistance. I flatted on a road race last year on my old bike, but the tubeless have so far been great.

    I got the bike in June, and took a podium spot one week later! I have a few thousand miles on it.

    I didn't mean to sound derogatory but for such an awesome bike the cages just stand out.
    Yes 28g Ti are fairly lite so a 20g carbon is not a lot. I just bought a pair of cages on ebay new for $23 a pair no shipping cost, wt 20g per. Only catch is they are coming from China so it will take 3 or 4 weeks delivery. Well worth the wait. I have always used carbon even on my mtn bike and they have never dropped a bottle and hold up well.
    You have one bad to the bone bike for sure. I got a deal I couldn't pass up on my Addict R2, $2600. Iv changed the seat, post, bars, tires, cassette and now weighs 15.4 with pedals.
    These are aerodynamic and liteand I like that they have no logo just carbon cool factor. Click below.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...K%3AMEWNX%3AIT
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_gormandizer
    I agree that carbon would look better. Which would you recommend?
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    I got the bike in June, and took a podium spot one week later! I have a few thousand miles on it.
    Congratulations on your racing success!

    Since you already have a perfectly wonderful bottle cage solution, you might want to search eBay for "carbon cage" to see hundreds of cheap choices.
    Many come from Asia, which means several weeks for delivery. But, if less than $15 buys you a nice looking carbon cage, life is good.


    I like these. They were less than $24/pair delivered from Hong Kong.


    My wife is fonder of these, because they are easier to insert and remove her bottles from, also less than $24/pair delivered after a 3 - 4 week wait.

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    My Ride

    This is my 56cm 2010 Scott Addict RC with Campagnolo SR-11, Reynolds MV32UL-C wheels, Look Blades and more neat stuff. This frame was a warranty replacement. It has a threaded bottom bracket and an integrated seat post. The previous R-1 had a press-fit, BB86 bottom bracket that did not work out with the SR Campagnolo Ultra Torque crank. Weight, as pictured, was 14lb-7oz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford Feldman
    This is my 56cm 2010 Scott Addict RC . . . Weight, as pictured, was 14lb-7oz.
    Why, it's so light it seems to disappear . . .

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    Oop!

    Sorry, the pix did not upload. File size was too large.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford Feldman
    Sorry, the pix did not upload. File size was too large.
    No worries! As if by magic, they are visible now . . . and worth the wait! Nice bike!

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    Awsome

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    Addict R1. XL frame with hanger is 872, uncut fork is 318.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmilliron
    Addict R1. XL frame with hanger is 872, uncut fork is 318.
    Thanks! Nice looking shop, too. Where is it located?

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