Scott Genius 40 All Mountain Full Suspension

3/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $3199.99

Product Description

  • Genius Alloy 6061 Custom Butted
  • hydroformed monocoque tubes with replaceable hanger
  • sealed aircraft bearings
  • 150mm rear travel
  • Fox 32 Talas RL / Lockout / Rebound adjustable
  • 2 Travel position / 150 - 120mm travel
  • Scott Twinloc Remote Lever
  • Front & Rear Lockout activate by one lever
  • Travel adjustable: Lockout - 95 - 150mm
  • 12.60 kg / 27.75 lbs
  • Scott Genius 40 All Mountain Full Suspension Pro Review

    The Scott 40 alloy bike, reviewed here, weighs 28.19lbs. Six versions of the Genius are offered, the 50 and 40 being alloy, the 30, 20, 10 and Limited being Carbon and are progressively lighter to 22.9lbs for the Limited version. The hydroformed tubing provides varying diameters throughout the frame to offer strength and stiffness where required and weight savings where possible. The popular asymmetrical chainstay is also present on this bike. Continue reading →

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    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Mitch a All Mountain Rider

    Date Reviewed: December 17, 2012

    Strengths:    Much better downhill than expected, flies down the hill like a demon, and maneuvers great. It climbs well enough. Fox Talas 32, just amazing.

    Weaknesses:    Is a little delicate, broke the lockout by doing the typical me and going over the handlebars. Also snapped the derailleur by going through thick, thick, thick mud. The rear shock, is extremely complicated, and takes serious adjustment just to adjust it.

    Bottom Line:   
    Seems to do everything all right, as I race my friends down double black diamond downhill tracks, and also race at the local XC crits. Does them both with ease.

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    Favorite Trail:   KOB

    Duration Product Used:   9 months

    Price Paid:    $1900.00

    Purchased At:   Navajo Cycles Ballar

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    Genius 40 2010 torque specs

    Hello My 2010 Genius 40 frame got a crack in the top/seat tube junction and has been warranty replaced by Scott. I must say, excellent service from both Scott and the bike shop where I purchased it [URL=""][/URL]. Scott delivered a new front ... Read More »

    Scott Genius Lt 40?

    I was wondering if anyone knew the approximate weight of the stock wheels on the 2012 Scott genius. I've tried searching around online w no luck. I'm thinking of upgrading to a carbon wheelset, but would like to figure the weight savings. The stock rims are Alex am44. Sent from my LT30at using Tap ... Read More »

    Scott Genius 40 or 50? I'm really on the fence.

    Has anyone ridden both? Differences look minor, Sram v Deore XT, RockShox v Fox. Is a beginner to intermediate rider going to notice the difference? ThanksRead More »

    Looking for a bike 2500 or less. How about Scott genius 40?

    Talk to me about this bike. I am wanting a bike I can do all mountain and downhill. Maybe drops up to 10 feet or more. There ate some things I like about this bike. Both shocks have 3 settings and lockout. Jucy 5 are ok but would like to hear what you have to say. What else should I look at for a 6 ... Read More »

    Genius 40 broken swingarm cap

    Hi all I have a Genius 40 and one of the caps that cover the pivot where the seatstays join the swingarm broke today. Upon looking at the assembly, this seems to be plastic cap for decoration purposes only as it does not show to be holding the pivot assembly. The 2 star bolts that hold the pivo ... Read More »

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