Scott Vertigo LSD Pro Bike 1998 or Older

4.29/5 (7 Reviews)


Product Description

Scott Vertigo LSD Pro


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Reviews 1 - 7 (7 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by billy a Downhiller from kansas

Date Reviewed: September 17, 2007

Strengths:    frame, incredibly flippn tough no matter what you throw at it. been to keystone, winterpark and two local races, no let downs.

Weaknesses:    none found so far

Bottom Line:   
older bike but ride smooth as many of todays top machines.

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $799.00

Bike Setup:   triple drop off fork, black spire bash guard fox rp gas shock (smoothh as baby crap off jumps)

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Ivan a Cross Country Rider from Knjazevac

Date Reviewed: May 13, 2007

Strengths:    great geometry, strong frame, built with power!:)

Weaknesses:    A little weighty bike... that's all

Bottom Line:   
bike is strong, rides great, good climber. Despise that it's over 10 years old mashine i recommend it to all xc riders!

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Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $600.00

Purchased At:   a friend

Bike Setup:   Marzocchi Z3 Light fork, Bontrager Select wheelset, XT front, XTR rear deraileur, Avid Arch Rival brakes, Race Face cranks etc.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Ode from Vancouver, BC

Date Reviewed: August 23, 2000

Strengths:    Semi active, great climber. Aluminum frame makes it light and nimble. You better be little though. Anything over 180 and you'll toast the frame on your first 4' drop.

Weaknesses:    Shouldn't'a got the XC. Too long in the top tube. Big design flaw around the bottom bracket! The oversized downtube is *very* close to the granny gear and if you jam it down hard and miss the ring, the chain jams in the frame. I've got a big dent in mine. If I were heavier, I probably would have torn the frame.

Bottom Line:   
Pretty good. I'm looking at a Kona stab to upgrade. I need more travel and higher geometry for the riding I do now (mostly freeriding or urban trials when I can't make a trail). For those of you not from BC and therefore don't know stunts from bunnyhops, great bike... if you're light. The suspension design has been suprisingly reliable for the number of moving parts.

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Favorite Trail:   Ladies Only or the Reaper

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Similar Products Used:   specialized FSR, Kona King Kakapu, Y frame, Canondale

Bike Setup:   Judy XC front end, Upgraded: Fox vanilla rear, v brakes, 3" 40degree stem w/ riserbars, back to platforms, etc.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Maple a Weekend Warrior from Canada

Date Reviewed: September 8, 1999

Strengths:    
Bright
nice design
light


Weaknesses:    
none


Bottom Line:   
With a longer rear shock the 97 ( witch is named Neva ) could get 6 of rear wheel travel I kept it a 4.5 and have it balanced with the RST.
Bottom line I love the bike, the greece nipples make maintenance a breeze, it's a semi active design witch is great... love the bike.

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Favorite Trail:   
any

Duration Product Used:   
2 Years

Similar Products Used:   
Concorde air ride pro comp
Ibis bow-ti
KHS FXT LT-3
Giant atx-970
Norco VPS-1
Intence m-1
specialized FSR ...ect


Bike Setup:   
rst 4.5 in the front
xt all around
raceface crank
control tech
axiom
avid rolamanjig

Overall Rating:1
Submitted by bud a downhiller from france

Date Reviewed: September 28, 1998

Bottom Line:   


Sorry. only one word for this baby....shit. not even worth it to explain. trust me. i'd give it a zero but even that's too high. I cracked the frame and the comapny told be to screw myself. So i want you guys to screw the company. What a waste of time and money.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by D.J. a weekend warrior from Trabuco Canyon CA

Date Reviewed: April 21, 1997

Bottom Line:   


This is a great full suspension downhiller. It doesn't bio pace and it's weight is well balanced. I've got the 96 Version. It retails for $3000 however I can't say enough about buying at the end of the model year. It saved me over 50%. It is full XT/XTR, Alps4R in the rear, Judy DH up front, on Mavic 121DH rims. It comes in at About 28 somthing lbst. Not bad for a Downhiller. I am planning on getting it to 26 1/2 sith a few mods for cross country. at 155 lbs I this bike is a breeze for me to get airborne. E-mail me if you want more info: djw@4dnet.com
Oh by the way If you Happen to work for Scott. GET A WEBSITE!!! Why you ask? Cuz most of your Competitors have one!!. Lastly, Is it true that Scott owns Yeti and Schwinn Bicycles????
RIDE ON............................o-+-'o

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Jonte DH a downhiller from Umea

Date Reviewed: November 5, 1996

Bottom Line:   


The bike I´m talking about is not the original Vertigo lsd pro. My pal Hans have wrecked three of the 96 model. The new bike is a monster downhill made by Hot Chilli. The rearsuspension is totaly tuneble, you change the travel between 6 and 8. You can change headangel and wheelbase to fit different tracks and conditions. The bike will probably be one of the top five downhillbikes on the market when it´s avalible to the people next year.The bike I've tested is ridden by Scott:s world team rider Johan Engstrom who has a tenth place in Kaprun WC as best result so far. Se you in the next life / jonte DH

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