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Old 03-15-07, 07:51 PM   #1
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I weighed my Bontrager Selects & Open Pros

Surprisingly, not much difference in weight! The tires & tubes were still on both so not exactly scientific, but here we go:
Open Pro front 1314 grams
Open Pro rear 1750 grams (six speed freewheel)

Bontrager front 1300 grams
Bontrager rear 1776 grams (10 speed cassette)
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