Scott Genius 10 All Mountain Full Suspension

4/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $5999.99

Product Description

  • Genius Carbon / IMP4 technology
  • HMF NET carbon swingarm
  • Carbon dropout with replaceable hanger
  • sealed aircraft bearings
  • 150mm rear travel
  • Fox 32 Talas RL / 15mm QR thru Axle
  • Lockout / Rebound adjustable
  • 2 Travel position / 150 - 120mm travel
  • 11.70 kg / 25.77 lbs
  • Scott Genius 10 All Mountain Full Suspension Pro Review

    We started this review by saying that Scott Genius 10 gains some serious trailside attention and this really is expected considering many of the bike’s unique characteristics. The carbon fiber frame is extremely trick in person and that Scott Branded shock definitely sports a look all its own. To put it simply, the Genius looks expensive and (when you stop to consider that there is a $13,000 version of this bike available)- it is! Continue reading →

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    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:3
    Submitted by nuked2

    Date Reviewed: April 16, 2012

    Strengths:    rides ok

    Weaknesses:    price

    Bottom Line:   
    try before you buy

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by eiri a Cross Country Rider from Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Date Reviewed: March 23, 2010

    Strengths:    Very light AM bike. Adaptive to all kinds of terrain due to its variable shock and fork travel. Uphill and downhill very good. Twinlock system works very good. The Equalizer shock really follows every surface at any speed.

    Weaknesses:    Cheap and heavy wheels. XT parts should not be on a bike in this price category. Shock difficult to fine tune. I hate white parts on a bike. No pedals.

    Bottom Line:   
    Most bikes in the bike review section are rated very positive, because of the proud owners, and that includes me. It was my dreambike, and still is. This is the best bike I have ever driven, specifically after the upgrades.

    The reason I did not give a 5 rating is because of the XT cheaper parts that were initially on the bike.

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    Favorite Trail:   Eifel and Hunsrück/Germany

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Similar Products Used:   First AM bike.

    Bike Setup:   Fox 32 Talas 110-130-150mm, Scott Equalizer 2 shock 95-150mm, Ritchey Pro headset, X.0 rear derailleur, XTR (upgraded) front derailleur, Avid Elixir CR Mag brakes (185/185), Truvativ Noir (upgraded) crank, FSA OS-99 CSI (upgraded) stem, Crankbrothers Candy 4Ti pedals, Ritchey WCS Carbon seatpost, Fizik Gobi XM Carbon saddle (upgraded), DT Swiss Tricon XM 1550 wheels (upgraded), SRAM PC 991 Hollow pin chain (upgraded), Continental Mountain King 2.4 tires with Joes Noflat (upgraded), ODI Ruffian grips (upgraded). Total 11,5 kg

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