What amazes me about carbon is that in other sports where it is used such as motor racing and motor cycle racing all carbon components have a short usage time and are thrown away when this is reached, yet in cycling use there is no such time limit.
Is this why carbon wheels are not used on Paris Roubaix by most riders.
Re steel bike weights, all my cross bikes were always under 19 lbs, mainly due to hours drilling and milling away surplus alloy from components and the use of the lightest parts sat on the shelves at ron kitching, its amazing how much weight you can save by walking round with a pair of scales looking for parts for the next season. the biggest weight loss was the use of Zeus 2000 alloy 6 speed freewheels which were built like a swiss watch.
That sounds like a plan, I took off a shimano freewheel and it weighed a ton!
The Olagnero and Rossin are only aelle and gara tubing, so I guess the Colnago would be the best candidate for weight shaving / saving.
May sell the Rossin for something else...
Colnago Super, C record Delta 7v,
Olagnero Signature Model, DA 7401
Battaglin EL101 tubing 8v
Wilier Campagnolo 8v Record
Daccordi Furioso, Campag Veloce 9v