In all fairness, while all of the parts are what I actually paid, the bike itself was purchased on sale at the end of the season – I only paid $3,100 for the bike. None of the prices include sales tax, so figure an extra $300 for that as well. The S-Works crank was a little more expensive than just the parts because my bike originally came with plastic cups for the bottom bracket and those had to be replaced with metal. The epoxy was very expensive and getting everything right was a lot of work.
When I took the bike out of the box, with cages and bottles, it weighed 18.5 pounds. As it’s shown, it weighs just under 17 pounds. 16.8 to be exact. The main weight loss came with the S-Works crank and the wheels… 3/4 pound for the crank and a full pound for the wheels. The weight savings in the stem was about 50 grams and the handlebar was nominal, maybe 25 grams. Take off the cages and pedals and it’s 16.2 pounds, give or take.