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Dolan Seta - 4.55 kg

Frame:
Dolan Seta 58cm - 1200g

Fork/Headset:
Custom Enve 40mm Rake - 330g (Painted by Horse Cycles in Brooklyn) - Extralite Ultrastar 3 - Carbon-Ti top cap - carbon conical spacer

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
BBInfinite GXP Ceramic

Pedals:
Time Xpresso 15

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Fibrelyte 48t/KMC X11sl DLC/15t Dura Ace 3/32 cog

Handlebars/Stem:
Custom Berk SRP integrated bar/stem 42cm/100mm - 260g Tesa SE 51608 Tape / Fairwheel 3k carbon bar ends

Saddle/Seatpost:
Custom Berk Motika integrated seatpost/saddle - 129g Darimo Sub4 clamp

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Corima 32mm S+ / Corima Carbon/Sapim Cx-Ray / Tufo Elite Jet <160g Tubular / Control Tech Ti/Scandium bolt on skewer

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Corima 32mm / American Classic Track/Sapim Cx-Ray / Tufo Elite Jet <160g Tubular

More Info:
Weight: 10.03lbs / 4.55kg

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. 5.1 kg
  2. 4.8 kg
  3. 4.62 kg
  4. 4.55kg

Added by dovitsky. Last updated about 2 months ago.

Latest 21 Comments

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EatRideGrow

EatRideGrow says:

Did you have any trouble getting the chainring to fit? Did you have to get Fibrelyte to make it specifically for the red cranks

Posted 3 months ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

No, just a standard 110bcd chainring.

Posted 3 months ago

ovonate

ovonate says:

Is that a road crankset?

Posted 4 months ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Yes

Posted 4 months ago

ovonate

ovonate says:

What spacers did you use to get the right chainline?

Posted 3 months ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Small spacer on rear cog

Posted 3 months ago

cicciopasticcio

cicciopasticcio says:

came back for the updates! I reckon you will save at least 100/150g if you strip the frameset raw carbon and just clear it.
Would be awesome to get to low 4s. Keep it up!

Posted 4 months ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

The parts that I have on order listed below, will drop the bike below 10lbs.

Russian Raketa rear hub: 100g savings
Darimo seatpost clamp: 20g savings
Carbon/alu cog: god knows
Bbinfinite GXP BB: 30g savings

Estimated total weigh savings: 150g / .33 lbs

Posted 4 months ago

Karl

Karl says:

True inspiration!

Posted about 1 year ago

GhostRidingTheWhip

GhostRidingTheWhip says:

Facts

Posted 4 months ago

Kyono

Kyono says:

I don't understand why, but I respect it

Posted about 1 year ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

I have no idea either...

Posted about 1 year ago

Tor

Tor says:

Those integrated berk components are so sick, I love the seatpost/saddle so much

Posted about 1 year ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Berk makes some incredible stuff!

Posted about 1 year ago

hillyfixed

hillyfixed says:

Nice build, looking to base a build around the same frame, this is really helpful. A long term project due to funds! Want a light hill climbing bike. Will watch as your bike evolves, nice wheel-set......

Posted over 1 year ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Thanks! Best of luck on your build.

Posted over 1 year ago

tracksloth

tracksloth says:

Fly birdie, fly

Posted over 1 year ago

TonnyHo

TonnyHo says:

I think it can be lighter by using smaller cog and lower rims and so on.....

Posted over 1 year ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

I’m well aware....I could save ~150g using a shallower rim/lighter rear hub, but I really like this Corima set. A smaller cog would save a few grams, which isn’t really a concern of mine at this point.

Posted over 1 year ago

ManlyApparatus

ManlyApparatus says:

give this man a medal

Posted over 2 years ago

AshokCaptain

AshokCaptain says:

Absolutely agree!

Posted over 2 years ago

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