I thought Rolf was no longer in business. Another buyout by Bonti/Trek
A friend of mine had Rolf wheels/hubs, and one of the hubs went bad, and she said that Rolf didn't exist any more. Anyone got the straight scoop?
DChan - You having another fit of upgradeitis? Not that there's anything wrong with that
. You've got a pretty light bike there. Granted it's smaller than mine, but my stock Klein (alum w/ carbon seat stays) is 18.5 lbs, in a very large frame, but without the light and battery
: . Although I don't buy into the rotating weight stuff, because it only applies during acceleration, and once you are moving at speed the weight actually helps you maintain speed (could be a problem on those steep downhills on the streets of SF) due to the inertia, I do think there is a huge range of weights for wheelsets, and you can often lose a good amount of weight there. You've already got all D/A,and a good fork, so there's not much left, except the seat and post, maybe lighter bars, but I don't know how light your current bars are. The next, and probably biggest gain you could get, as was already mentioned, would be to cut a couple pounds off your body weight. Maybe look for lighter shoes and pedals? Ride nekkid