|Spot Longboard 9 Frame and collar||2268||5.00|
|FSA Orbit Headset||99||0.22|
|Race Face Evolve Crank||850||1.87|
|Rear Wheel: Stans Arch; BWW Hub; Maxxis Aspen 2.1; Rotor||1818||4.01|
|Front Wheel: Stans Crest; BWW Hub; Racing Raph 2.35; Rotor||1668||3.68|
|SRAM Cassette 11:34||352||0.78|
|Salsa Pepper Jack lockon grips||92||0.2|
|Cane Creek Ergo bar ends||169||0.37|
|Titec Hellion Bars||246||0.54|
|Avid FR-5 Levers||152||0.34|
|Salsa Moto Ace Stem||176||0.39|
|WTB Rocket Saddle||313||0.69|
All that's left are cables, brakes, shifter, rear derailleur, and pedals. There are areas that I could improve, like the stem and saddle, as well as I haven't purchased pedals yet, so I will definitely be weight conscious on those items as well. I think my realistic target is going to 26 lbs.
Somebody I know said the Spot has long chainstays but in comparisson to my other bikes it lies in the middle when it comes to Wheel Base. I measured all my bikes, from axle to axle and here is what they are:
- Qball: 42"
- diSSent: 43.25"
- Spot: 43.25"
- Kona 44.25"
Of course the one caveat is the Qball, diSSent and Kona's drops are all sliders so I could shorten them some more if I really wanted to. Is a half an inch going to make that much of a difference?