The SCOTT Speedster Gravel 30 Disc is your one stop do-it-all shop for when the path gets less travelled. With a Shimano drivetrain, some rugged Schwalbe G-One tires and Syncros components, the Speedster Gravel 30 is well equipped for any and all adventures.
The KHS TC 150 provides the best of all worlds: it’s comfortable, it’s light and it’s ready for everything from bike paths to paved and dirt roads. Its lightweight aluminum wheels, padded seat, suspension seatpost, and suspension fork make the ride plush and easy. The upright riding position is incredibly comfortable and lets you enjoy the view. Plus, the easy-pedaling 21-speed Shimano drivetrain, grippy linear-pull brakes, and all-terrain tires keep you in complete control everywhere you ride.
The Scott Addict HMF is a bike you can’t put down. It is fast and fun and does everything well. Based on their race geometry, the same as the aero Foil, the bike is aggressive without being too twitchy. It’s easy to pilot through tight spaces, but doesn’t necessitate too much attention when flying down a mountain.
Scott calls the material used here HMF (high modulus fiber) Carbon Fiber. The particulars of the soup they don’t want to make too clear so their competitors can’t copy it; it’s not as light as their SL or Team frames, but at 860g for the frame and 360g fork, it’s incredibly light stuff. It easily builds into a sub sixteen-pound bike.
Between the material and shaping, the bike is pretty stiff. The main frame is built as a single unit, which they call Integrated Molding Process (IMP), with a 1 1/8” to 1 ¼” tapered steerer in front and the widest BB86 bottom bracket shell you can find, the bike is rigid without pounding the rider. The frameset has also received the F01 aero treatment; the leading edges of frame tubes have been molded into aero shapes to minimize overall frame drag. It’s not as aero as their Foil, but the new Addict is more aero than the old Addict. The aero thinking encompasses internal cable runs, as exposed cables are a persistent drag on your speed. The routing is compatible with both mechanical and electronic shifting.
But they also designed comfort. They utilize a 27.2mm seatpost and what they call the Seattube Stay. The rear triangle was designed as a single piece; with the chainstays being strong enough not to need the seat stays to support them. But the chainstays have vertical flex and are designed to flex upward with the seatstays flexing downward, thus providing ample compliance, even with 23mm tires.
If your yen is to go hard all day, punching climbs and putting on the hurt, the Scott Addict HMF will not only encourage you, but leave you jonesing for more.
PUSH YOUR LIMITS, FIND NEW TRAILS
With its oversize 2.6 tires for added traction, the Recruit is an affordable all-terrain bike. Yet we use the same frame material as on our Flux and Mullard — proven Opus Meta 20 6061 aluminum. This makes the Recruit versatile and agile over any terrain. As a trusted companion for weekend-warriors, you couldn’t do better.
THE BEST ROAD TECHNOLOGIES, AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE
The ultimate Opus endurance bike for the serious cyclist. It all starts with a state-of-the-art full carbon frame for a light and comfortable ride. We add 12-mm through axles and disc brakes for incomparable stopping power, stability and safety. Install superlight tubeless compatible wheels for unsurpassed climbing. Deploy Opus Progressive Geometry for perfect fit, optimal positioning and ideal handling for all riders. Plus, the Allegro’s wide 28mm tires (with clearance up to 30mm) take the sting out of the toughest roads.
The SCOTT Aspect 770/970 is a mountain hardtail that is designed to be light, efficient and reasonably priced. Featuring disc brakes and Syncros components, this is the perfect bike for the novice or budget conscious mountain biker. Available in 29″ and 27.5″ wheel size.