I was looking through the King of the mountain blog and saw a post of the new Trek Session 88 DH. and I was completely blown away when I saw it, and then saw the weight. I'm pretty impressed quote from Trek: Vance McCaw (who works in the Product group) and Brady Schroedl (the engineer responsible for making the Session a reality) built this Session 88 up from "some parts laying around." Ok, maybe not laying around, but certainly stock parts we could easily get our hands on. Really, the only exotic part here is the RCS ti coil spring on the Fox DHX. Here's the good part: That, folks, is the full truth, no trickery, complete bike weight, with pedals, ready to fly. 32.56 lb. 14.77kg. Keep in mind, outside of shaving down the BB, this is a stock frame. There were no silly light bolts, nothing drilled out to within an inch of its life. Just good parts choices and the best full on DH frame going (ok, I had to throw that last part in - I do actually work here!) Specs: Session 88 frame, polished, size L (BB shaved down to 73 to use the XT cranks), Fox DHX 5.0 shock with 450 lb ti coil spring Rock Shox Boxxer WC, Sunline direct mount stem Bontrager Duster (Rhythm) 28mm wide rims, 32 hole, King Earl Hubs, Big Earl 2.5 Kevlar tires, Stans rear, tube front XT cranks with MRP carbon chainguide, Crank Brothers Acid 2 pedals (steel) King Earl alum bars (full width), King Earl alum seat post, silly light racer saddle Avid Juicy 7's (203 F, 185 R), XO drive train, 11-26 9 speed cassette I'm actually at a loss for what more we could say about this bike. Even I'm a little stunned we got it so light.