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Dolan Seta - 4.62 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:
Sram Red 22 GXP

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

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

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: 10lbs 3oz / 4.62kg

Bike History

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

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 30 days ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

No, just a standard 110bcd chainring.

Posted 8 days ago

ovonate

ovonate says:

Is that a road crankset?

Posted about 1 month ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Yes

Posted about 1 month ago

ovonate

ovonate says:

What spacers did you use to get the right chainline?

Posted 21 days ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Small spacer on rear cog

Posted 8 days 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 about 2 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 about 2 months ago

Karl

Karl says:

True inspiration!

Posted about 1 year ago

GhostRidingTheWhip

GhostRidingTheWhip says:

Facts

Posted about 2 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 about 1 year ago

dovitsky

dovitsky says:

Thanks! Best of luck on your build.

Posted about 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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