Tyrell Si, 13.6lbs
One of my mate's recent build. Its weight is only 13.6lbs sans pedals.
With this bike, he won the 2nd prize in smallwheeler division at the mt. Fuji hill climbing race.
Frame : Tyrell Si scandium
Fork : Tyrell Carbon monocoque
Wheelset: Tyrell AM7
Tires : Panaracer minits lite
Tube : Panaracer R'air
Crank : Shimano Dura-ace FC-7800
Lever : SRAM Force
Front Derailer : Campanolo record
Rear Derailer : Sram Force
Cassette sprocket : Shimano Dura-ace 11-23t
Chain : KMC X10SL
Stem : KCNC Sc Wing
Handlebar: Easton EC90 SLX3
Pedals : Crank Brothers Candy-Ti
Saddle : Selle Italia SLR
SeatPost: USE alien Ti
Brake : KCNC RD-1
Lovely!!! Looks almost edible.
Raleigh20 PugFixie, Merc
Amazingly sleek join between the headset and the fork - looks almost totally flush.
Nice bike, though I'm not too sure about that paint scheme. Are we going back to the late eighties?
Raxel: Can you investigate if forks are for sale separately?
In fact his frame is a limited one, and mass produced frames are painted in a single color.
I like the gradation color scheme myself as I'm a fan of klein bikes :]
jur: They sell the forks separately, but it is rather expensive at around $350.
But they are worth the money as they has carbon steerer and are very light (only 390g)
Last edited by Raxel; 06-19-08 at 06:21 AM.
Great looking Tyrell Si~~~~
The limited clor choice is also my cup of tea~~~
Originally Posted by 4cmd3