Some would say that's much too heavy a bicycle for me. In The Complete Book of Long-Distance Cycling, Lon Haldeman is quoted as saying that a bicycle should weigh no more than 12% of the rider's weight (p. 61).
Good grief! If I use that formula, my road bike is about nine pounds overweight! Unfortunately I don't have thousands of dollars to spare for a bicycle that would meet the 12% specification. It seems, however, to be meant for riders who will be doing Haldeman's PAC Tours and other multi-day, long-distance events. Maybe racers, too. So I'll keep on riding what I have.
Part of the bike's weight is the under-saddle pack; I bet that's two pounds right there. I dare not go out for a ride without it, because Murphy's Law would dictate that that is when I would get a flat tire, probably about ten miles from home. Not my idea of a good time.