- Tubing: Columbus with long point lugs
- Fork: Ritchey WCS Gravel Disc Fork
- Paint: Platinum with red, yellow and blue stripes
- Headset: Chris King NoThread Black Sotto Voce
- Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
- Rear Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra
- Crankset: Shimano Dura-Ace 50-34
- Levers: Shimano Dura-Ace
- Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace Hydraulic Disc
- Rotors: Shimano Dura-Ace
- Stem: ENVE painted to match the bike
- Handlebar: ENVE
- Seatpost ENVE
- Saddle: Fi’zik Aliante 00
- Bottle Cages: ENVE
- Handlebar Tape: Mariposa Leather
- Wheels: ENVE M50 Rims with Chris King R45 Centerlock Disc Hubs, Platinum
- Tires: Rene Herse Bon Jon Pass 700C x 35mm Tubeless set up
- Pedals: Look carbon Tour de France Equipe
6 thoughts on “Mariposa Feature: All-Road Dura-Ace Di2 Hydraulic Disc Bicycle”
Such an interesting build from you guys. Dumb question: why the Ultegra rear derailleur? It doesn’t appear to be long-cage (or one of the new clutch ones).
Thank you. It is a long cage derailleur with a published max cassette capacity of 11-34, but it actually works well with 11-36.
What is the “device” on the seat tube just below the seat? And what is the weight ?
It is a Lezyne HP Pump held on with pump pegs.
The weight of the bike with pedals is 20 lbs. It is not built with our lightest tubing.
Hi Steve–It’s a Lezyne pump. The bike weighs 19 pounds with pedals.