Weight on New Como

mschwett

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USA
safe bet that it's within a few lb of 50lb - there are reviews of the 2022 5.0 which state 50lb, and the 2021 4.0 was listed as 48.7.

if you email specialized they'll tell you for a particular size.
 

Marci jo

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Other
City
Central Mn
Around 50 lbs (22.7 kg) would be fabulous! But considering it has fenders, a rack, and suspension fork it wouldn’t surprise me to be closer to 60 lbs (27.2 kg). Maybe it’s the Como SL that’s around 50 lbs?
Better yet, maybe one of the members here that own one would be so kind and weigh their own Como. 😊
 
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mschwett

Well-Known Member
Region
USA
Around 50 lbs (22.7 kg) would be fabulous! But considering it has fenders, a rack, and suspension fork it wouldn’t surprise me to be closer to 60 lbs (27.2 kg). Maybe it’s the Como SL that’s around 50 lbs?
Better yet, maybe one of the members here that own one would be so kind and weigh their own Como. 😊
yeah, seems odd but it was noted by most reviewers that the como SL (49.x lb) basically weighs as much as a como non-SL!
hopefully someone will weigh a 2022 4.0
soon :)
 

WIVado

Active Member
Region
USA
City
Southwest Wisconsin
Here you go, mschwett and David Paisley-
My Feedback scale errors out at 55 lbs, so I weighed the bike without the battery, then weighed the battery separate.

I get 57.26 lbs.

Only alteration so far has been replacing the stock Specialized saddle with a leather Selle Anatomica.

This is a 2022 Vado, size Large.
 

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