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Scott CR1 Forks

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MSRP : $85.49

Product Description

Scott CR1 Road Forks The CR1 offers the perfect balance of performance and comfort. Designed to save the rider from shock and vibration created by rough roads, the CR1 is the ideal choice for the enthusiast or racer who wants to enjoy long rides but doesn 8217;t want to feel beat up at the end of the day. The shock damping is so effective that it has even helped racers in the pro peloton tame the dreaded cobbles of Paris-Roubaix Scott Road Fork Features: Material: nbsp; Carbon Legs/Alloy Steerer Type: Road Steerer: 1 1/8 8221; Alloy 8211; 340mm (unless stated) Wheel: 700c Rake: 45mm Axle to Crown: 370mm Weight: 660g (340mm Steerer) Buy nbsp;Scott Road Forks nbsp;from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

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Help me find 2010 or 2011 Scott CR1 SL 56 Frameset

After searching ebay for the past month I thought I'd try a forum hail mary. I am looking for a new or used frameset to swap out a 58. If anyone has one and is interested in selling please PM me. Any advice to locate one is also appreciated. Thanks, JoelRead More »

Is The CR1 a rough ride?

I'm replacing my Giant OCR2 after ten years...it's been a good bike...alum with a carbon fork that I've upgraded to mostly Ultegra an Williams's 30's. I'm looking at the CR1, Roubaix, Giant Defy Advanced and Domaine. Rode the Defy today. What I hear most often is the CR1 is the harshest of t ... Read More »

Force BB30 crank for my Scott CR1

I have a 2011 Scott CR1 Team with 105 cranks. I would like to get a Force BB30 crank. The CR1 has an internal Shamano BB7141 bottom bracket. Will the Rival with a new BB30 bottom bracket fit? the Sram version of the CR1 has BB30 so I am assuming it will work. Am I missing something? Thanks.Read More »

Scott CR1 damaged non-replaceable derailluer hanger fix.

I have fixed over a dozen Scott CR1 frames that had badly damaged non-replaceable derailleur hangers. I manufacture a CNC'd aluminum hanger that is held on to the dropout with two screws, after a portion of the damaged hanger is cut off. Repaired frames have been in use for years with no problems. S ... Read More »

CR1 Campy BB86 installation question

Just bought a CR1 frameset and am running Campagnolo. I also purchased the BB86 cups, but was wondering how people have installed theirs - dry or using something like Loctite 641? Thanks!Read More »

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