How do you all systematically go about lowering the weight of your bike? I'd love to drop a pound, which I think is pretty do-able since it's all stock. Just comparing weights of C2 stock parts with Ritchey and 3T parts to figure out the cost and weight savings for now.
-C2 handlebar/stem/seatpost replacement with 3T Team, Ritchey (Easton, Thomson, FSA seem to be to heavy or lack comfortable handlebar drops or only has one part of interest)
-HED Belgium handbuilt training wheel set (lighter than stock - provide better power transfer - Mavic could be used as back-up/trainer set)
-Hollowgram MKV SL crank set - Less likely to happen, but a future possibility
-Saddle replacement - I can't help but feel something more comfortable is out there
I know it's the engine that matters, but the thought of having a bike I like a little bit more, or is slightly more comfortable is an intriguing thought. Most purchases will probably be made post-summer when components go on sale again. The prices I've seen on 3T cockpits lately is pretty encouraging.