Scott Tacana 2002 Hardtail

5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 12.40kg


Product Description

frame » Scott Bi-Axial Alloy 7005 Liteflite D.B. Scott Disc D/out
fork » Manitou SIX Elite Coil /FDD damping non adjust, 80mm
rear der » Shimano Deore XT 27 speed
front der » Shimano LX
shifters » Shimano LX w/gear indicator
brakes » Scott Pro V-Brake, cartridge pads
crankset » Shimano LX 22x32x44 T
handlebar » Scott Strike Comp 1 P.G, low-rise 600mm, black
stem » Scott Team D. Clamp, black 1-1/8" 10° rise
pedal » LU-998-S, alloy
seatpost » Scott Comp
seat » Scott Solution
hubs » F: Scott Comp Sealed Black R: Shimano
cassette » Shimano CS-HG50-9 11-32 T
spokes » 15 G Stainless, black
rims » Alesa ZAC-19 Alloy Black D-Wall-UP
tires » IRC Notos XC 26 x 2.1


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Stuart Benney

Date Reviewed: March 26, 2014

Strengths:    Just beautiful to ride.

Weaknesses:    Mine is worn but not the bikes fault. Not suitable for Disk brake upgrade.

Bottom Line:   
I got this bike in a very used condition but love it. Its my first mountain bike (usually ride a road De Rosa). Its ultra comfortable and brilliant to ride. I have had to put a new chain set on it and needs a few other bits and pieces but to my mind its well worth spending the money on this lovely bike. If you find 1 on ebay, grab it. You won't be disappointed!!! If I ever buy a new Mountain Bike it will be another Scott.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Rocky a Cross Country Rider from england

Date Reviewed: September 21, 2010

Strengths:    Bought the 17.5” version in 1999 for my birthday. Used initially for days out on the moors. Now is used for brilliant long distance road/off-road expeditions. Bomb proof, it’s done 5 thousand plus miles a year for 10 yrs. Been through umpteen wheels, chainsets, chains etc.
it’s a women’s specific bike but I changed the stem for a longer one, stuck some ridged forks on and semi slicks. Its an all day honey!
The ally frame dumb’s down a lot of trail chatter.


Weaknesses:    No disc mounts on frame

Bottom Line:   
Its the first one I pull out of the Garage when I go on a long ride out.

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Favorite Trail:   Penninie moors

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $700.00

Purchased At:   On yer Bike Burnley

Similar Products Used:   I own a few bikes but this one is unique

Bike Setup:   Long stem, "On One" ridged forks with Shimano discs up front, Avid V to the rear. Panaracer semi slick tyres. It’s my road and long distance recon bike.

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