I’ve posted pages on various parts that I’ll be using on my Moots Vamoots RSL road bike, due to arrive in mid-February.
- Cannondale Hollowgram SL crankset with FSA N10 chainrings (if it works well with Shimano DuraAce Di2 shifting, then it gets the SRM power meter spider).
- Ritchey SuperLogic II handlebar.
- Ritchey Logic WCS 260 stem.
- Ritchey Logic SuperLogic carbon seat post.
I want to keep my Moots Vamoots RSL as light as possible for the Everest Challenge, while remaining durable and without any performance glitches (e.g. shifting issues). The Ritchey parts save 10-20 grams over other alternatives I’d consider, which can add up to a few ounces. The Hollowgram crankset looks to save 1/2 pound or so versus a DuraAce crankset (that's a guess, might only be 1/4 pound), a figure to be confirmed when configured with an SRM spider. The Hollowgram crankset has a key advantage on the Moots Vamoots RSL: no adapter is needed for the PressFit 30 bottom bracket, whereas a DuraAce crankset is not only heavier, but also requires an adapter.