The new Tracklock lever. One click forward puts the rear shock in "traction" mode (less travel, firmer damping), clicking forward again locks out the rear AND the front fork.
Scott Contessa Spark RC. Nice-looking performance bike for the ladies.
Scott Spark 10. Light. Not cheap.
Colour-coded bolts and bits to match the paintjob.
Nick Craig stood behind the Scott Addict CX cyclocross bike. He'll be riding something similar to this at the The Three Peaks in a couple of weeks.
Scott do a lot of bikes these days don't they?
Yes it's another cyclocross bike. Sorry. But we thought this CX Comp was one of the hidden gems in the 2010 range. Sub-£1000 'cross bike that'll take mudguards. Stylish without being cliched retro. The ideal MTBer's non-MTB?
The Voltage is a new model for Scott. Here's the entry level FR 30 version. 130-180mm travel at the back. About 36lbs.
The rocker on the Voltage with the multiple travel settings.
The Scott Gambler. 9in of screaming yellow travel.
Check out the bars on that! Gravity 777 flat bars.
The Scott Aspect 10. £1099 gets you a very sorted-looking hardtail.
The Scott Ransom 20
The Scott Genius 10. We reviewed a Genius earlier this year and loved it. Glad to see they've not fiddled it with it.
More colour coding bling for the top-end models (this is the Genius).
Scott now make a sub-£2000 Genius. The £1799 Genius 60. It's aluminium (rather than carbon) but the frame is about a pound heavier.
Nick Craig aboard the Voltage YZ 0.1 - he's just bought one of these to injure himself on!
Super-super-short chainstays. Ultra compact gear ratio. Not actually that heavy for a jump bike (from our scientific "picking it up" test).
Sure to be a popular bike. The aluminium Scale 60. Looks very neat.
The Scott Contessa Scale RC. Fast female hardtail.
The Scott Contessa Genius 15. Lovely.
The Scott Contessa Spark 35. Scott's ladies range is more than just a token addition.
Something for the spoilt brats out there. The Scott Spark RC JR.
We liked this helmet. Not too XC, not too FR. Just right.
Goretex Paclite jacket. Cycling-cut. Very minimal. We approve. The hood is detachable.
Riding shorts for the urban commuter.
"Interestingly" patterned riding gloves.
Not Hammerschmidt-compatible we're afraid.
Posted on: September 10, 2009
jedi said on September 11, 2009
i like the new voltage, wonder how it rides
BearBack said on September 12, 2009
Had a Voltage FR10 for a couple of days in the bike park after Crankworx.. I’m sold! Definitely gave me a completely different outlook on riding the park.
Its perhaps a little under forked for daily bike park abuse (in deep, joyride etc) so I’d probably run a 40 at 7″ up front and throw the 36 back on for shuttle days on the shore, squamish etc.
jedi said on September 12, 2009
id want more travel on the shore than whistler!!
BearBack said on September 13, 2009
Fair enough, depends on your trail choice and the kind of laps you do though really.
It’d also be a great SunPeaks/ Silverstar bike.
Bushwacked said on September 14, 2009
Yeah for £1,500 the Voltage FR doesn’t look half bad. Forks don’t look that sturdy though.
The Other Voltage looks like a fun bike too.
How do you consider bike weights?
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