Scott Scale Premium XC Hardtail

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $6899.99


Product Description

  • Scale Carbon / IMP3 technology / HMX NET
  • Tapered Headtube / PM 160 Disc
  • Carbon dropout / PFBB92
  • Replaceable hanger
  • SDS shock damping system
  • Fox 32 F100 Remote FIT / Air spring
  • Rebound adjustable
  • Remote Lockout left / Tapered
  • 100 mm travel
  • 9.00 kg / 19.82 lbs weight


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    Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by valdivieso24 a Cross Country Rider

    Date Reviewed: June 3, 2013

    Strengths:    Honest truth, this is all strengths.... This bike is amazing and I happen to have Rigged it up even more.... Added: Stem, Handlebar, Seat Post, Saddle... My bike looks SICK!!!!!!

    Weaknesses:    I would say that my only weakness (in my mind) was this overwhelming Syncros brand... I decided to upgrade to Super Logic by Ritchey and NOW and I happy with my Scott. Crank set should've been double and NOT a triple, and also the wheelset should've flat out been DT Swiss and not Syncros... but it's ok... When you are in it for the passion of the sport, nothing that can not be changed at a certain time...

    Bottom Line:   
    The ride is amazing, I even made it tubeless and what a difference in the ride... From shifting to going through those trails on those Rocket Rons... WOW... what an adrenaline rush...

    This Scott comes pretty loaded, of course with full XTR components, but riders like me wanting to push more, will definitely hit your pocket for an extra grand or two to shave off a pound... YIKES!!!! But what I have and how is feels, PRICELESS!!!!

    I love my Scott 900 "RIGGED" Premium!!!!!!

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    Favorite Trail:   ALL

    Purchased At:   R & A Cycles / Brook

    Similar Products Used:   Ritchey Super Logic: Stem, Handlebar
    Ritchey WCS Seat Post (Super Logic not available) :(
    Ritchey Saddle: Vector Wing
    Ritchey Foam Grips
    Time ATAC Titanium Pedals
    Garmin 810 Edge
    Go Pro Black Edition



    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by poe400 a Cross Country Rider

    Date Reviewed: October 20, 2012

    Strengths:    Incredibly lightweight, XTR Groupo second to none, 30 speeds! RS Sid W/ carbon crown, plush for 100 mm but super lightweight, lightest frame in the world, super stiff! Carves xc singletrack but works great coming down. 26 in. wheels are a must for me.

    Weaknesses:    incredibly expensive but so far, worth it. 6299 retail. Handlebar had to go to swap for a little rise. Scott bike waiting lists can be agrrivating.

    Bottom Line:   
    Found this bike excellent for singletrack trails around N.C mountains, stiff ,strong frame and wheelset works great for the down hills I encounter but the climbs and straights are what I bought this bike for...I never realized that the lightweight hardtail would be so much faster than my 26 all mountain FS set-up in my XCT4 Jamis other bike. Youll learn to appreciate stiffness for increased efficiency after enough saddle time! I cannot emphasize enough that less suspension is often times MORE! Unless you are bombing downhill with chairlift rides to the top, an all mountain set up can be nothing more than extra baggage! I went through enough 4-6 inch bikes to realize this...

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    Favorite Trail:   Dupont state forest, Brevard,NC

    Price Paid:    $3800.00

    Purchased At:   Harrells Bicycle Wor

    Bike Setup:   Medium frame shortened with o degree seatpost and 10mm shorter stem for my longer torsoed 5 feet 6.5 inch frame

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