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Old 04-22-17, 06:45 AM
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mid-70s Hillman 54cm Reynolds 531 frame & fork
+ Sugino mighty 171 mm cranks, 52/42 chainwheels & BB
+ Suntour superbe pedals, Christophe toe clips
+ Suntour superbe pro front, 1st gen Cyclone rear derailleur
+ Shimano 6-speed freewheel
+ Suntour superbe 4700 brakes, superbe pro seat post
+ Rigida/Campy wheels & Vittoria tubulars
+ Campy record headset
+ Brooks B17 saddle
= 9.7 Kg or 21 lb 6 oz of pure cycling pleasure
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1984 Trek 610, Reynolds 531 frame, reynolds 501 fork and stays

Shimano 600 triple crank
Shimano 105 long reach brakes
Shimano deore derailleurs, suntour power ratchet downtube shifters
Mavic MA 2 rims, campy tipo hubs
avocet racing 1 saddle
Stronglight headset

= just a shade under 25 pounds with rack, pump, and water bottle cage

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Old 04-22-17, 07:58 AM
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Hmm, looks like I need to add a few more now. Weighed as ready to go with pedals and bottle cages. Just missing the saddle bag I move around with the frame pump (if used) and full water bottles.

1988 Basso Gap / 22 lbs 6 ozs, Columbus SL :




Early 90s Greg Lemond Maillot Jaune / 22 lbs 3 ozs, Columbus TSX:



Schwinn Paramount PDG Series (Prototype) / 22 lbs 5 ozs, Tange Prestige OS:



1987 Schwinn Paramount (Waterford) / 19 lbs 7 ozs, Columbus SLX: - This one is still getting a C.F. seatpost and lighter saddle




The top three bikes would quickly be at least a pound lighter with upgraded wheelsets but that takes time and money. Lighter wheels do make the bikes feel so much better underneath you no matter what their total weight is.

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'84 Torpado Super Strada 21.7 (though the new (old) Campy Hubs might shave a few ounces.
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1976 Bridgestone 'SuperLight' goes down the road @ 29.5 lb in 'Century' trim (tube, pump, multi-tool) before you fill up the water bottle.

....and it's aluminum. They just used a lot of it.

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Thanks for resurrecting this thread @nemo57, and speaking of Bridgestones


'93 RB-1/8 - mostly original except handlebar, saddle, seatpost, pedals...



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My 63CM Simoncini Special Professional weighed 23.09.

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Old 04-22-17, 12:57 PM
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Schwinn Paramount PDG Series (Prototype) / 22 lbs 5 ozs, Tange Prestige OS:

I love this bike.
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Old 04-22-17, 01:15 PM
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My 1985 Tommy Quick Fillet Brazed SLX With Dura Ace 7700/7800 weighs 19.6 lbs
Cinelli Supercorsa 1987 SLX with SR weighs 21.5 lbs
1967 Holdsworth Pro Italia 23.6 lbs. Haven't bothered to weigh the rest.
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Heaviest: Shogun Prairie Breaker 30.56 lbs


Lightest: Raleigh USA Technium w/531 main tubes 23.06 lbs


Incidentally, the Raleigh has the skinniest tires and most modern wheel set in my fleet. And yeah, I could definitely lose a Raleigh's weight from around my middle and still not be actually skinny.

Apart from that, I have many bikes that all fall in the 24-28lb range.
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Old 04-22-17, 03:19 PM
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'84 Torpado Super Strada 21.7 (though the new (old) Campy Hubs might shave a few ounces.
I imagine those brochure weights were without pedals.
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Bike "weight" has always been imho akin to 1/4 mile dragstrip et's for 60's and 70's musclecars = highly subjective and rarely accurate.
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Old 04-22-17, 03:49 PM
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All bikes are ready-to-ride and usually include waterbottle cages mounted. All have pedals (Shimano SPD mountain for ease of commuting and walking when off bike). This is a sampling of some of them. Big bikes can be light, too! And I like them with enough weight (over 18-19 lb), otherwise they get a bit harsh and 'flighty' over crummy pavement when they're really light. Maybe there is a golden ratio of rider to bike weight? Like 9:1 as the 22-23 lb bikes feel really good. The Peloton feels good too, but those few pounds less are noticeable--lean and very fast.

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1977 Schwinn Super Le Tour 12.2 (chrome) - 23.7 lb - 2x10 Dura Ace, Vuelta Corsa Lite wheels (32mm tires), 7900 shifters, 7800 cranks, FD, RD, Prologo saddle, stem/bar conv., Tektro brakes
1982 Raleigh 531 - 23.2 lb - 25.5"/64cm, 3x10 Veloce (Ergos, RD, cassette), Comp T cranks, Racing T FD, Record/Open Pro wheels+Gatorskins, Centaur brakes, Nitto Noodles
1988 Trek 560 - 22.2 lb - 25.5"/65cm, 2x10 Record (Ergos, FD, cassette), Chorus RD, FSA Carbon Team Pro cranks, 1800g wheels, CF/alu brakes, CF seatpost, stem/bar conversion
1989 Cannondale SR800 - 20.5 lb (when built up a while back) - 66cm, 2x10 Dura Ace 7800 with 7400 cranks
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The only one that I have gotten weighed. The 1977 Le Tour II. The mechanic was voicing numbers in the high 30's. Came in at 30 lbs 4 oz. this includes a full handlebar bad, saddle bag, Brooks Pro and fenders.
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Tommasini Racing, 58cm, 21.2# as ridden. SL tubing (I'm pretty sure), with Wolber Aspin tubular rims and Shimano A520 pedals: (I think I got 21.1 before - EDIT: I've added a bottle cage since this photo, so that's the difference). Saddle and pedals are the only things not period correct.

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1973 Raleigh SC

Just finished building my '73 SC after paint. I got 26 lbs with Garmin and plastic bracket, bottle cage. No pump or saddle bag. I was surprised it was that low.
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Old 04-23-17, 02:39 PM
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Weighed multiple times on digital bathroom scale with no change in number...

My prelude is 24 lbs with mirror, computer bracket/magnets, 2 cages, and a little bird trinket I've put on there.
Its 25 lbs with the computer added and full saddle bag.
Iv changed the stem/bars/levers & saddle so far.

When I first got it and it was still all stock aside from the 2 cages/tires, it came out at 24 lbs with none of the above added accessories.
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Daily commuter - 58 cm 1980 Peugeot PSV Super Vitus with tout Mavic, fenders, saddlebag, lights, lock, spare tube, tools, pump, Gatorskins, etc: about 35 lb as-ridden.

Hill bike - 52 cm 1992 Cannondale R1000 with tout Mavic, HiE hubs/tubular rim, light cockpit, etc: about 17.5 lb.

Swiss Army Knife Roadie - 56 cm 1997 Vitus 997 carbon tubes with all silver Campagnolo Record/Record Titanium 10 speed incl triple cranks and long cage RD, carbon post, Mavic Open Pros: about 22 lb.

Vintage Roadie - 58 cm 1978 Raleigh Team Pro 753 with all period Campagnolo Super Record, Ergal tubular rims, 3ttt cockpit, hollow pin chain, some Ti bolts, etc: about 18.7 lb.

Have a 56 cm Look Bernard Hinault 753 frame waiting for a retro-roadie build with modern Campagnolo Super Record 11 speed, carbon tubular rims, carbon post and cockpit, etc. Hoping to get <17 lb.

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This without the rear rack and bag weighs 26.2lb. It was weighed with fenders/pedals/saddle/lights/dyno hub/empty water bottles and cages.

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The rear rack is a Tubus Fly and weighs 8 oz. The bag with tolls etc weigh a hair over 2 lbs. All weighed on a hanging digital scale.
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As seen here, my Ron Cooper weighs 22.5 lbs. Loaded up with pump, full water bottle and tool kit. 24.8 lbs.
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I imagine those brochure weights were without pedals.
True. And I know my Brooks saddle adds some weight too. The modern aero levers and Campy skeleton brakes might shave a bit.
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Usually, I don't play the how much does it weigh game, however...

My Legnano GP was sitting right beside me and the scale only a couple of feet further away, so why not.

As pictured, 29lb 15oz, the heaviest in my diminished stable...



The lightest, acquired while in Jamaica a couple of weeks ago, comes in at 19lb 10oz without the extra bars...

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1983 Miyata 710.

27 pounds, without the water bottle and lights.



1983 Specialized Stumpjumper.

Even just the pictured part is possibly heavier than my lightest bike.



1991 Bridgestone RB-T.

Normally I'd say 27 pounds without the water bottle and lights, but I have no idea how much weight the snow is adding.



1979 Fuji America.

~60lbs, as pictured.



Classic Bianchi Track Bike.

20lbs. Actually neither classic nor Bianchi, but everyone asks me if it's a classic Bianchi, so I threw it in here anyway.


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I needed to know an accurate weight of the Medici for our flights up to New Hampshire, and back. With the pedals, bottle cage and all the incidentals attached it weighed 22.5 lbs. (Since everything went into the bicycle flight case, I decided to just leave it intact, and then I also had an as ridden weight.)

This is with the 36h low flange NR hubs, Mavic GP4 rims and Vittoria Rally 700X25 sew ups, a Selle San Marco Concor Superlegerra suede saddle, and all NR groups. To me it doesn't feel this heavy, even with the feeling from the 17lbs CAAD 10 in my memory cells. The Tommasini Prestige weighs 21.0 lbs, in the same ready to ride configuration, and components.
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Panasonic DX-5000, 1988, 56cm: 22.0# now (Araya CTL-370 clinchers, 600 tricolor groupset, SI Carbonio saddle), 22.9# with frame pump, loaded seatbag, empty bottle, as ridden. As bought, with Ambrosio 19 Extra Super Elite rims, mostly of 105 components, Mundialita saddle: 23.1#, and 24# with pump/seatbag). When I get around to swapping the M520 pedals to A600s it'll be under 22#, which is about as good as it's going to get unless I go to tubular rims/tires.



It's amazing to me that the Tommasini feels lighter (a few posts above), even though it's only slightly lighter, thanks to the tubular wheelset. My fully loaded, ready to ride CAAD10 comes in at 19.5#, so that's my point of reference.

EDIT TO ADD: It's nice to see all these real-world weights with different configurations of similar bikes.
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