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Wabi Lightning SE

Wabi Lightning SE 52cm

easton EC90/Cane creek 40

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sram Omnium 170mm | GPX bottom bracket

crank bros egg beater 11

17 tooth cog/46t chainring/some random chain


Deda RHM01 | Whiskey no.7 90mm +/- 6deg

Selle Italia SLR Superflow / Thomson masterpiece setback 240mm 27.2

Tektro R540 calipers/Tektro RL340 levers

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Wabi Sub15/ Continental 4 seasons 25mm

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Wabi Sub15/ Continental 4 seasons 25mm

quadlock phone mount

More Info:
Weight: 16 lbs 15 oz including pedals bottle cage/phone mount

Bike History

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

  1. Stock (plus odyssey pedals)
  2. added egg beaters/thomson seatpost
  3. Added Easton fork
  4. Add Omniums/shorter stem

Current Stage Info:

Working with a custom builder to dial in my fit for a bike they are building me. Finding my perfect fit on each of my existing bikes to help them with that.

The reach on this bike was 20mm longer than my other bikes. pulling that closer with the 90mm stem helped fix a bit of the twitchiness I was experiencing with it.

Also getting rid of my square taper BB finally.

Added by capslockpirate. Last updated about 4 years ago.



SopeDeNalgas says:

Nice upgrades!
Can I ask how tall you are?
I'm looking at the same frame - trying to decide on a 49cm or 52cm

Posted about 1 year ago


capslockpirate says:

Sorry just saw this, I'm 5'6 with about a 30/31in inseam. This bike fit me really well! Its a little long, but if you're taller it won't be a problem, otherwise just get a 90 or 80mm stem to shorten the reach. I'm actually selling this over on bike list if you're still looking to buy, happy to part it out. Just want it to go to a good home!

Posted 12 months ago


blackizwack1 says:

Looks killer with that Easton fork

Posted about 4 years ago


GhostRidingTheWhip says:


Posted about 4 years ago


capslockpirate says:

Hell yeah! Thanks, i've been slowly removing everything stock from this bike to make it mine - brake levers are next, and then maybe the crankset/bottom bracket.

Posted about 4 years ago