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Hey guy's/gal's,
Just finished building and sorting out my new to me SCOTT CR1 Pro 61cm. 16.06 lbs. (Not too bad) I have 3 set's of wheels. With 2009 Easton EA90SLX differnt tires is about 15.30lbs including pedals.

First off, this is my 1'st Carbon Road Bike after 30 plus years of riding. I've been a steel, aluminum hold out. I also ride a CAAD7 Cannondale for the past 7 years. Got tired of the harsh ride.

I must say, I absolutley love this bike. It's flawless. I can't find anything wrong with it.

I've since put on about 200 or so miles on it in the last week.

I'm 42, and 6'4" at about 235lbs. With about 10-12% body fat. (Still working on the weight). Anyway, I was a bit concerned about going carbon, so I resisted at first. Now I realize it was futile.

Here's my spec. Note I built it up myself off ebay and other online purchases.
I have a crappy scale, so I'm might be off a few grams, but mostly accurate.


New Bike Build Spec Weight
Frame SCOTT CR1 1450
Fork SCOTT
Rims Mavic Cosmic Carbone 1765
Hubs Mavic R-System
Spokes Mavic R-System
Skewers Mavic 150
Tires Vredestein Fortezza Road 23 mm 520
Pedals Look KéO Carbon CrMo 230
Crank Shimano DA7800 740
Chain Shimano DA7800 300
Rear Cogs Shimano DA7800 175
Bottom Bracket Shimano DA7800 0
Front Derailluer Shimano DA7800 74
Rear Derailluer Shimano DA7800 180
Shifters Shimano DA7800 418
Handlebar FSA K-Wing Carbon 240
Stem Zipp Carbon 155
Headset Ritchey Integrated -Included in Frame/fork weight 0
Brakes Shimano DA7800 314
Brake Levers Shimano DA7800-See Shifters 0
Saddle Selle Italia SLR Carbon 125
Seatpost '09FSA K-Force CArbon Seatpost 31.6mm Setback 190
Seatcollar SCOTT CFR1-Stock See frame weight 0
Cables and housing Shimano DA7800 200
Bottle Cages Arundel 60
Misc Grease, Tape, Air 14
Total's 7300
0.0022 16.06





 

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Thank you! I strongly recommend this bike for a larger rider looking for a carbon/comfortable ride. It's very fast. I've not noticed any decrease in performance over my standard geometry framesets. Ride is smooth as well. (Wheels have a lot to do with it, but frame wise, no fishtailing, flexyness whatso ever).
 

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Hey Zuppy51

I'm considering this bike and it just so happens I currently ride a Cannondale caad8. I'm an inch shorter than you and thought I'd be testing a 58. Wondering what size cannondale you were riding?
 
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