Scott G-Zero Pro 2002 Full Suspension

4.38/5 (8 Reviews)
Weight : 11.20kg


Product Description


frame » G-Zero Liteflite Alloy 7005 (T4/T6) D.B. w/Scott D/out for Disc
fork » Rock Shox Duke SL Trav. 80mm
rear shock » RS SID-XC Adj.
rear der » Shimano XTR 27 speed
front der » Shimano XT / E-Type
shifters » Shimano XT w/gear indicator
brakes » Avid / Single Digit 7 with cartride pads
crankset » Shimano XT 22x32x44 T
handlebar » Scott Hot-Rod D.B. 580 mm
stem » Scott Pro Stem 4 Bolt 1-1/8" 6° rise
pedal » Scott Clipless pedal
seatpost » Scott Comp
seat » Scott XC Racing
hubs » Scott Disc Pro
cassette » Shimano XT 11-32 T
spokes » 15 G Stainless, black
rims » Mavic X221 S NBA
tires » Continental Explorer 26 x 2.1 Kevlar


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Reviews 1 - 8 (8 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Matthew Jackson a Cross Country Rider from UK

Date Reviewed: September 29, 2003

Strengths:    Very light full susser. Disc ready. Better looking than 03 model.

Weaknesses:    Poor geometery - ride position dangerous

Bottom Line:   
Picked this bike up relatively cheap 12months ago nothing failed after about a billion hours riding. Happy with bike now but out of the box this is a dangerous bike - soft duke fork, long stem and straight bar make for a head over heels experience. On my first ride out I crashed 4 times, when I broke hard I practically went over the bars and when braking on rocks I did go over...repeatedly. My advice is to shorten the stem put a big riser on this way you'll stay on.
Oh yeah due to the weight of this bike its dead twitchy over the loose stuff but that can be fun sometimes.

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $1500.00

Purchased At:   pauls cycles

Similar Products Used:   specialized stumpjumper, rockmountian cirrus.

Bike Setup:   Hope mini's, race face prodigy stem, xlite assasin bars me good old seat.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by dat boy a Weekend Warrior from London, England

Date Reviewed: January 14, 2003

Strengths:    Better spec and weight than anything else at this price. Smooth ride. Looks good. Simple single pivot. Perfect for long cross country rides, not a jump bike.

Weaknesses:    Disc brakes would be nice. Slightly longer wheelbase might make it a bit more stable.

Bottom Line:   
Lighter and smoother than my hardtail. A good do everything bike as long as you're not into hardcore downhilling. Should make an awesome Polaris bike.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $1540.00

Purchased At:   Paul's Cycles

Similar Products Used:   Specialized Epic, Cannondale etc

Bike Setup:   Standard apart from X-Lite riser bar.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by James a Weekend Warrior from Jersey CI

Date Reviewed: January 7, 2003

Strengths:    Nearly a year of use and nothing has fallen off or broken. Suspension as sweet as the day bought

Weaknesses:    Frame paintwark prone to chipping by flying gravel. Brakes could do with more bite in wet weather. Only one bottle mount a nusiance when using powerful lights

Bottom Line:   
Not a bad bit of kit. I reckon good value for money if you don't go jumping big. Certainly worth having a look at if you're in the market for a full susser.

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Bike Setup:   Changed the tires too semis slicks from summer use and it flew. Put some maxxis larsen tt's on for the moment to give better grip in bad weather, they roll faster than the originals from Scott

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Illya Rudkin a Weekend Warrior from London, England

Date Reviewed: October 11, 2002

Strengths:    Light, responsive. Very quick to accelerate. Hardly any bob especially compared to my old bike. Climbs!! DH fast to. Love it.

Weaknesses:    Transfers can be damaged easily. Carbon is not a hard material. Short frame life span? (But would not miss the fun I`d had so far!!) Put alot of Pace Carbon armour on the frame to protect from mud cable wear. The seat post seat clamp even though wound up so tight it could go BANG! still allows saddle movement if sat on harshly. They will replace, but not upgrade. My next purchase change.

Bottom Line:   
Have not regrets and rides like a dream compared to my last bike. Single pivot is great but has given me a few surprises bouncing me off the track, but that just could be me.

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Favorite Trail:   Epping Forest, Coed-y-Bremin

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $3220.00

Purchased At:   YHA

Similar Products Used:   None except my previous bike, a Voodoo Zeebop - full suspension unified rear triangle.

Bike Setup:   Standard except for Pace EvoIII forks, Hope Mini disks (Great!!), FSA Orbit extreme headset, Easton EC90 flat bars with mini ends (Get thru the narrow trees!). Came with Rockshox Duke XC forks (heavy).

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Kent Randall a Racer from Hereford UK

Date Reviewed: August 19, 2002

Strengths:    Very light weight. Active suspension aids cornering. Got to spin to stop suspension bounce then you can really notice the secenary moving.

Weaknesses:    Horrid creaking came from the rear suspension after some nasty wet muddy riding. Sorted by stripping /cleaning/lubing the shok pivots and suspension joint. It is an XC bike so dont DH or jump it too hard!!!!

Bottom Line:   
Want a decent racer or something for long trails? Get one, it is excellent. It is light so I can imagine it can be easily be broken. So dont DH or Jump.
Out of the box it is very competant but can be easily upgraded. I love this bike it is very responsive and grips very well on uphills flat and quite well on downy bits.

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Favorite Trail:   Forest of Dean or any hill

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $3400.00

Purchased At:   Revolutions UK

Similar Products Used:   Giant MCMD980, Orange, Univega Ram.....

Bike Setup:   Standard but improved leavers and Xlite post.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Yetibuster a Cross Country Rider from germany

Date Reviewed: June 27, 2002

Strengths:    Good Suspension, lightweight, fast, stiff enough for me (67 kilos). This bike is driving like heaven, specially on single trails. Lockout? Why, when the suspension works even uphill.

Weaknesses:    Be aware of the lacquer of polished frames. Mine looked terrible after 2 years. As there's only 1 year of warrenty I was lucky to get a new one. So just buy a coloured frame even if silver looks great!

Bottom Line:   
Nice bike. I would buy it again, but not polished!!! Therefore not 5 chilies overall and 1 chilie for the laquer.

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Favorite Trail:   XC

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $1000.00

Purchased At:   germany/ffm

Similar Products Used:   Cannondale V2000 - even if this bike will last two lives, it's not as fast as the G-zero

Bike Setup:   Custom. XT/XTR, Tune Wheels/Seatpost/Cranks, Rock Shox SID, Magura HS33 (Best break of all times!!!), Syntace stem/bar, under 10,5 kilos

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by James from Jersey C.I.

Date Reviewed: March 29, 2002

Strengths:    Lightish weight and a good solid feel with everything easy to use. Good brakes, they do the job even in the wet.

Weaknesses:    Awfully slow tires on tarmac. Only one bottle mount.

Bottom Line:   
A comfortable bike to ride. It swallows bumps and gives a lovelt ride over the rough stuff. Definitely more comforth than my carbon trek at the back. It seems to climb well with little bob, unless you stand out of the saddle. A nice bike and I reckon the risers bars make it nicer for longer rides. The suspension front and rea have come on a long way in past few years, a good thing!!!

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Similar Products Used:   Trek 9.8. Garry fisher excaliber and way back a Scott full suspension.

Bike Setup:   Standard apart from riser bars, flat pedals and my old saddle.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Jorge Fernandes a Weekend Warrior from Lisbon

Date Reviewed: January 14, 2002

Strengths:    Light, even when compared with many hardtails. Overall quality and performance. XC geometry and setup.

Weaknesses:    Price. I think bikes are overpriced (thats why 4 chilis in value).

Bottom Line:   
It climbs very well and it is confortable. Descending, although its riding position is not oriented for freeriding, shows a great improvement over my previous hardtails. Overall, I am very pleased with it and it seems it is really what I was looking for.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Similar Products Used:   G-zero Freeride (borrowed),
Hardtails: Scott Boulder (owned), Cornello(carbon)+custom ( parts (owned)


Bike Setup:   Full stock components.

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