Scott CX Cyclocross Bike

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $2012.00

Product Description

  • Frame: Scott Cyclocross frame 7005 alloy
  • Fork: Scott Carbon CX straight, alloy steerer
  • Shifters: Shimano ST-6600 10 speed
  • Crankset: Truvativ Elita CX C2.2 34x48 T
  • Spokes: DT Swiss 1.8mm blk

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by TeamBeast a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 21, 2009

Strengths:    Light, super stiff, snazzy paint. Climbs like a goat. Mine has handled beatings and come back for more. Raced to success.

Weaknesses:    Top tube material dented slightly. But the wide flat area is SO nice for dismounts, it is worth the susceptible shape.

Bottom Line:   
Strong and stiff frame! It came with a good group, but single-ated it and haven't looked back. The stout rear triangle never drops my chain or twists, even on the steeps or pulling out of sharp turn. The frame handles 38s and the fork handles 44s, so running it like a 29er is a ton of fun. Corners fast for a cross bike, tight geometry overall.

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Favorite Ride:   SF Flow

Price Paid:    $1100.00

Purchased At:   City Cycle SF

Similar Products Used:   Cross Check (heavy), Tricross (not-bad, really similar extrawide forks)

Bike Setup:   King SS hubs, Stans tubeless rims/Raven tires, Durace crank with 39t ring, Surly 17 cog, SRAM Rival brake levers, SLR saddle, Ritchey Biomax bar, Ritchey comp stem and post, Crank Bros smarty pedals

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Shimano CX triple?

I found a photo of the 2014 Salsa Vaya 2 from the QBP dealer camp, which now has Shimano 105 components instead of the Apex on the 2013 model. The crankset appears to be Shimano CX, but instead of the cyclocross 46-36 compact double, it is a triple. I cannot find this on the Shimano site or anywhere ... Read More »

Road tyres on wide CX wheels

I have a set of XC carbon rims, they are 21mm inside diameter. It looks like the narrowest tyres I should be using are 32c ? Is there any lightish 32c road tyres that I could fit to these rather than running trekking/commuter tyres ? They have a 70psi max rating so that's where I am a bit stuc ... Read More »

Can CX Bike replace a Mountain Bike?

Hi All, I have really enjoyed my time this past year getting started on road but i'm wondering in terms of CX bikes, I don't do downhill biking but do typical single track not terribly difficult (no jumps) and was wondering if CX bike can replace a mountain bike. The other reason I ask is beca ... Read More »

Custom Steel CX Choices

I'm planning to order a custom steel CX frame set next Feb, but am overwhelmed by the choices. Geometry must be custom. I'm a notoriously indecisive decision maker, particularly when something long term or pricey is at hand....both of which involve this decision. I'm currently considering Shamr ... Read More »

CX-RAY spoke Question

Hi all, If we are talking about a 28/32 spoke build, do the CX-RAY spokes make for a stiffer or more flexy wheel than the traditional double butted spokes? Also, besides the low weight of these spokes, any other advantage to going with these spokes over the traditional round spokes from a wheel ... Read More »

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