She Rides weekend

You know when you have a weekend with a lot of biking planned and you start to loose the grip on a slippery grass corner and get a bit less skin on your hip? Then it’s good to not be alone and just feel sorry for yourself and instead enjoying to ride a bike with a beautiful girl like this:

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and as a tribute to the day before I had Le Mond kit and we ended the ride with a coffee at bikecafé Le Mond:

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Then we left for Rönneberga on Lidingö for a weekend planning the bright future of She Rides which is a great community for women cyclists in Sweden. Rode some mtb together too:

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had a nice view:

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and I used my new cool shoes I got from David, Patrik and Lisa in birthday present 🙂

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After a nice sleep and some good breakfast and to learn about Prehab and Rehab from Access Rehab it was time for riding again. Today I got a bike in my size and a full suspension, Scott Spark 27,5″:

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Fun to try and haven’t ridden 27,5″ all year, felt small. Met the big guys (Johnnie and Andreas) and I got to try a 29+ Trek Stache a little, that’s big:

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Great weekend with great people and a lot of fun 🙂 Specially to Jessica and Jaime:

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Went back to Stockholm and packed and changed clothes to get the best end of the weekend. Was out with some friends and ate dinner together, Niklas missing in this blurry picture but thanks to Rille, Camilla and Linda and Niklas 🙂

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Allez Pro-build part 2

The groupset came today, using Sram Rival 22 except the cassette shown before.

Crank 170mm BB30 34/50 (will get lighter rings):

Rear Derailleur:

Front Derailleur:

Brakes:

Shifter (-6g after shortened wires):

Chain (-14g after shortening):

And the wires (-88g lighter shortened and tuned for the frame):

And then a stem, a bit heavier than planned but good looking Deda Zero100 Performance:

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And then the lightest part today. Bar tape. Deda Perforato (-7g after taping):

29g for a bar tape is pretty awesome.

And the result except the S-Works seatpost and white saddle (same type) that is in Italy now and a pair of Shimano Dura-Ace pedals:

7,34kg with some help of Tune DC14 QR, Tune topcap, Tune Wasserträger Uni bottle cages and so on, small tweaks.

What do you think?