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Scott CR1 Team (2012)
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Scott CR1 Team (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

More upright than most, the Scott CR1 Team offers a long, composed and confident ride, and is supremely comfortable for long uphill climbs. Bike Radar would have prefered less head tube height for a …

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Scott Addict R1 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

BikeRadar considered the Addict R1 to be a precise and wonderfully balanced lightweight race bike, which has a predatory bottom-up, head down riding position. Acceleration requires a bit more power,

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More information at: BikeRadar, 9/2011 Scott Addict R1 Scott's Addict R1 is a bike designed for racing and has a frame weight which seems to defy gravity. Is this successful bike really worth it's high price though? … to review

Scott Foil Premium
Scott Foil Premium

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

With the much anticipated Foil, Scott set out to build an aero road bike that didn't compromise on weight, comfort or stiffness, and BikeRadar think that they might just have achieved their aim. …

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2012 Spark Lineup
Scott Spark 2012 Series

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension

Even though Scott's new Spark range for 2012 is a clear improvement over the previous generation thanks to its superb geometry and all the features that have been crammed into the frame, all the

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2011 2012 Scott Spark range - First ride The first machines in the Spark product family were strictly cross-country affairs, but the second generation brings a bit of of variety to the range. … to review

Scott Spark 29 Comp (2012)
Scott Spark 29 Comp (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

In order for the Scott Spark 29 Comp to really shine, the suspension would have to be improved. For lengthy riding days though, Bike Radar found it a comfortable partner. Some compromises have been …

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Scott Genius LT 30 (2011)
Scott Genius LT 30 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

Although the Genius LT 30 is a very versatile bike that excels in travel mode and deals wonderfully with large potholes and stones, Bike Radar found the suspension disappointing since it doesn't

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More information at: BikeRadar, 8/2011 Scott Genius LT 30 Scott claim that the most recent version of the Genius LT 30 is as competent at cross country as it is on descents, and judging solely by its spec list it might very well be true. … to review

Spark Expert 29er (2012)
Scott Spark 29 Expert (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

Bikemagic think the Scott Spark Expert 29er is at least 1lb heavier than it should be and while the suspension is ideal for racing, it isn't beneficial when on complex trails. However the Expert …

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Scott Scale 29 Comp (2012)
Scott Scale 29 Comp (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Men, Women; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

The unresponsive brakes, stiff frame and mediocre fork of the Scale 29 Comp were a huge disappointment for BikeRadar, who said that despite its good handling, light weight and superb geometry, the …

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Scott Spark 50 (2012)
Scott Spark 50 (2012)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

As the Spark 50 is very versatile, many riders might do well to add it to their shortlists, according to BikeRadar. It proves itself to be very speed efficient, with the low front-end maximising the

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More information at: BikeRadar, 2/2012 Scott Spark 50 The Spark bikes have been marketed by Scott as pure race bikes with some trail character. Can the Spark 50 prove as enjoyable and versatile as others in the range? … to review

Scott Speedster S35 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

220 Triathlon were glad to find Scott Sports' Speedster S35 was much more than just a looker. A well-considered design results in a practical, versatile bike that's a real all-rounder. The

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More information at: 220 Triathlon, issue October 2011 £900 all-rounders If you're about to fork out almost a grand for a bike, you'd hope it's tough enough for winter training as well as being race ready. At around £900 each, do either of these US imports fit the bill? In test: Two bikes were reviewed and rated on handling, spec, value and comfort. Ratings of 64 and 81 percent were awarded. … to review

 
Scale 29Elite
Scott Scale 29 Elite (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

BikeRadar found the Scale Elite 29er a fun and agile machine that's also smooth on difficult terrains. It's fast when steering and although the seat was thought to be a bit uncomfortable, …

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Scale 949 29er
Scott Scale 29er (2010)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

"... With extensive experience on many equivalent bikes from Scott's competitors, our first ride on the Scale 29 was impressive. The bike is excellently executed in terms of both geometry …

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FOIL Team Issue (12)
Scott FOIL Team Issue (2012)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

It might not be the usual aerodynamic approach, but the Scott FOIL Team Issue's innovative tube shapes make for some excellent performance, according to BikeRadar. Without pedals it weighs just …

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Genius 50 (11)
Scott Genius 50 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

BikeRadar were impressed by the Scott Genius 50's stand out feature, an adjustable Equalizer rear shock, which thanks to significantly reduced pressure gives a smoother feeling ride. The option …

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Speedster 15 (11)
Scott Contessa Speedster 15 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

It lacks a bit of aggro for a racing bike, but the Contessa Speedster 15 is nevertheless a very decent offering that's a pleasure to handle and whose excellent spec makes it a great choice for

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More information at: BikeRadar, 8/2011 Scott Contessa Speedster S15 The S15 is the top model in Scott's Speedster range, but its price is nonetheless quite wallet-friendly and makes it a good option for those who can afford to plunk down for it instead of going for an entry-level ride. … to review

Scott Scale 29 RC (2011)
Scott Scale 29 RC (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Carbon

BikeRadar was taken aback by this bike's superb quality and outstanding attention to detail. Reviewers describe its handling as point-and-shoot, saying that at rocket-like speed it still reacts …

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CR1 Comp (11)
Scott CR1 Comp (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Carbon

BikeRadar thought that the new CR1 made for a fantastic all-rounder thanks to its comfort, shock absorption capabilities and reponsiveness. It's good both with climbs and on the flat, making it

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2011 Scott CR1 Comp The latest revision of Scott's CR1 aims to keep its predecessor's torsional stiffness while introducing vertical flex in order to improve shock absorption. … to review

Speedster S55 (11)
Scott Speedster S55 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

BikeRadar say the fact that they didn't notice anything different when they first rode the S55 is testament to how sporty this version of Scott's Speedster still is. It's enthusiastic

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2011 Scott Speedster S55 With a few tweaks to the performance-focused Speedster design making it more versatile for use in all weathers, Scott's S55 is a UK exclusive. … to review

Scott Genius LT 10 (2011)
Scott Genius LT 10 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Full-Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy, Carbon

BikeRadar were delighted by the Genius LT's climbing abilities, which are a result of its Twinloc lever and its three possible positions. It is also a superb downhill machine, with good travel …

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Scott Scale 899 (2011)
Scott Scale 899 (2011)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Carbon

The Scale 899's ultra-light frame is clearly cut for high speeds, but at the same time it feels firm and solid, rolling over bumps as if they didn't exist and showing the same smoothness on …

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Product information and further reviews

Scott Speedster S30 (09) BikeRadar 9/2009 - The 2009 Scott Speedster S30 is still available, but it's likely to be selling out fast. You can blame Manx Missile Mark Cavendish if it does, as his great Tour de France stage wins were all achieved on a Scott branded bike – albeit one a bit pricier than this.

Scott Addict LTD (09) BikeRadar 6/2008 - With a SRAM Red group keeping the weight down in UCI-illegal territory, the 2009 Scott Addict LTD pushes the performance envelope so far it had me contemplating a comeback!

Scott Addict R4 (09) BikeRadar 11/2008 - The R4 is the entry-level model of Scott's Addict road racing range, and its nimble and graceful riding character could easily get you hooked. With an overall weight of 7.78kg (17.1lb) for this 56cm test rig, it has the high build quality and sprinkling of unique features expected from a big player at the top of its game.

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