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My commuter bike.
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^Different, unique and I like it. A lot.
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Thank you. 7.7kg on scale.

JMeinholdt
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by JMeinholdt

Bump this up a bit. 7.45kg.

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Basso Palta II - SRAM Force AXS 2x - Road/Gravel/Commute
Wilier Cento10AIR - retired
Wilier Sestiere - Shimano Tiagra - Collecting dust

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FredBloggs
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by FredBloggs

JMeinholdt wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 7:54 pm
Bump this up a bit. 7.45kg.

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Nice Cento but it needs to go on a serious diet! See here, 5.8, 5.9 or 6.1kg with varying wheelsets.

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by JMeinholdt

FredBloggs wrote:
Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:17 am
Nice Cento but it needs to go on a serious diet! See here, 5.8, 5.9 or 6.1kg with varying wheelsets.
Thanks. The weight quoted is in a pretty much ready to ride state with pedals, cages, and computer mounts.

The wheelset currently on there is 1618g, so room to lose a lot of weight there. It also has 6870 Di2 so moving to Dura Ace would shed some weight as well. In all reality though, while I'm a scientist at heart and I love measuring and tracking everything, I don't obsess over getting it as light as possible.
Basso Palta II - SRAM Force AXS 2x - Road/Gravel/Commute
Wilier Cento10AIR - retired
Wilier Sestiere - Shimano Tiagra - Collecting dust

YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/@JMCyclingVideos

FredBloggs
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by FredBloggs

Hi JMeinholdt,

Sorry, i see i did not insert the link to the Cento to which i was referring. See below.
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=153720

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FredBloggs wrote:
Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:50 am
Hi JMeinholdt,

Sorry, i see i did not insert the link to the Cento to which i was referring. See below.
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=153720
That's a beautiful bike. I've already started a weight comparison spreadsheet. Looks like I can shed about 300g from the groupset. I could probably drop another 2-300g pretty easily from the wheels (or more if I wanted to do tubs, which I don't). That build you've shown has ditched the heavy alabarda in favor of a light weight bar and stem. I'm not willing to do that at this point.

I do love seeing these super light weight builds though. Thanks for linking that.
Basso Palta II - SRAM Force AXS 2x - Road/Gravel/Commute
Wilier Cento10AIR - retired
Wilier Sestiere - Shimano Tiagra - Collecting dust

YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/@JMCyclingVideos

Yoln
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by Yoln

Cento 10 pro with disc and mech shifting, 6.95 on the scale without pedals, yes that's a heavyweight...

more details on the paint/built here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=160943

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by Perp

Picked up this frame recently. 6.8kg but WW diet will start soon.

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Mocs123
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by Mocs123

I need to get a good picture, but I joined the Wilier club back in late May. I got a used 2015 Wilier Zero.7 in a size L (56) outfittend with Dura-Ace Di2 9070. Currently it's right at 6.8kg with pedals, water bottle cages, and Garmin mount. I'd love to shed a couple hundred grams and you might have some ideas for me.
2015 Wilier Zero.7 Rim - 6.37kg
2020 Trek Emonda SLR-7 Disc - 6.86kg
2023 Specialized SL7 - 7.18kg

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by aqualelaki

Mocs123 wrote:I need to get a good picture, but I joined the Wilier club back in late May. I got a used 2015 Wilier Zero.7 in a size L (56) outfittend with Dura-Ace Di2 9070. Currently it's right at 6.8kg with pedals, water bottle cages, and Garmin mount. I'd love to shed a couple hundred grams and you might have some ideas for me.
Please do so. I have a 2015 Zero.7 as well since 2015 that I’m debating whether to upgrade Dura-Ace 9000 to Di2. So I would like to see how it turned out as far as cable management. I much prefer Di2 to SRAM, although the later is easier to install. The bike is not my primary bike anymore as I have SL7 (disc). But I still really like the look and ride of Zero.7. I consider this bike will be a classic soon and will keep it as long as I could.

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Here is a picture of my 2015 Wilier Zero.7. It's raining outside so please excuse the dirty garage. I'll try and get a better picture of it out in the wild.

Currently here is the list of the componants

Frame - Wilier Zero.7 Frame (Size L/56) - Reportedly 790g
Fork -Wilier Zero.7 Fork - I couldn't find a weight here guessing ~300g (Anyone have a weight? I had it apart but forgot to weigh it)
Wheels - iCan Aero 40 Wheels - 1340g
Tires - Continental GP5000 700x25x2 - 448g
Tubes - Specialized Turbo x2 - 148g
QR - Halo Hex Bolt Skewers - 65g
Shifters - Dura Ace 9070 Shifters - 237g
Crankset - Dura Ace 9000 with 50/34 Rotor Q-Rings - 636g
Front Derailer - Dura Ace 9070 Front Derailer - 114g
Rear Derailer - Ultegra 8050 Rear Derailer - 271g
Cassette - Ultegra 11-32 - 292g
Bottom Bracket - Ceramic Speed BB386EVO - 53g
Headset - Ritchey WCS - (forgot to weigh)
Pedals - Look Keo - 260g
Chain - Dura Ace Chain - 247g
Shift Cables/Di2 Battery - 105g
Brake Cables - Jagwire - 136g (guess)
Brakes - Cane Creek EE G3 - 168g
Brake Pads - SwissStop Flash Pro Black Prince - 22g
Seatpost - Ritchie WCS Carbon Seatpost - 145g
Saddle - Fizik Argo Tempo R1 155 - 179g
Stem - 3T ARX-LTD (110) - 118g
Handlebars - ???? Not sure what's installed - I guess I'll find out when I change the tape - 200g (guess)
Bar Tape - Lizard Skin - 79g (reported)
Spacers - 32g (estimated)
Stem Cap - 18g (estimated)
Power Meter - Pioneer Dual Power Meter - 61g
Bottle Cages - Bontrager XXX Cages X2 - 36g (I bought these off ebay so I'm sure they are fake but they actually work well)
Garmin/GoPro Mount - Amazon special - 53g (For Garmin and Bontrager Flare RT)
Mirror - Sprintech - 34g
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2015 Wilier Zero.7 Rim - 6.37kg
2020 Trek Emonda SLR-7 Disc - 6.86kg
2023 Specialized SL7 - 7.18kg

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by Mocs123

@aqualelaki - Here are some more details on how the Di2 was routed.

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2015 Wilier Zero.7 Rim - 6.37kg
2020 Trek Emonda SLR-7 Disc - 6.86kg
2023 Specialized SL7 - 7.18kg

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