|Colnago Dream 2002||Dreamer|
Jan 8, 2002 5:04 AM
Just wondering what's the weight of the Colnago Dream(46cm) + Ultegra groupset + Shimano R535 wheelset + Selle San Marco saddle + Easton seatpost + ITM stem and handlebar + Hutchinson tires. Will be be about 19lb?? Thanks.
|re: Colnago Dream 2002||O|
Jan 8, 2002 3:34 PM
|It depends on if you bought the Flash or Force forks. I had a Dream with a Flash fork and it has to be one of the heaviest carbon forks.|
|re: Colnago Dream 2002||Mapei Boy|
Jan 8, 2002 5:37 PM
|My wife has a 2000 model year Dream, which I believe is the same size as yours. Her's has Campy Record, sew-up wheels and Look pedals and officially weighs in at 16.7 pounds. If you add about a pound and a half for the Ultegra equipment and clincher rims, you'll probably end up at a little over 18. Being a 2000 model, her's, by the way, is Altec 2+, not Airplane tubing, but I've heard conflicting opinions on whether Airplane is in fact lighter than the older tubeset. In any case, the machine jumps. Enjoy.|
|re: Colnago Dream 2002||CT1|
Jan 9, 2002 6:30 AM
|I'd guess the built bike would be between 17.5-18#. No way 19# unless you put a couple of full water bottles on it. ;-) |
I'm curious..... how does that small Colnago frame fit your wife? The small Colnago frames has such LOOOOONG "effective" TT's it seems like they really wouldn't fit a women very well. Keep in mind the seat tube angle is rather extreeeeem on the small Colnagos which effectively lengthens the TT. I'm willing to bet that your wife has a fairly short stem on her bike. ????