Ride this aero HMX carbon fiber frame with SRAM Red components and Zipp 404 clincher wheels, and you'll definitely make the Team.
WEIGHT: 6.62 kg / 14.58 lbs
FRAME: Scott Foil HMX NET, IMP Aero Carbon technology, Road Race geometry, Replaceable Dropout, Standard Seattube, Integrated BB
FORK: Scott Foil HMX NET, 1 1/8“ - 1 1/4“ Carbon steerer, Integrated Carbon Dropout
HEADSET: Ritchey WCS Integrated
DERAILLEUR (Rear): Sram Red Carbon
DERAILLEUR (Front): Sram Red Titanium
SHIFTERS: Sram Red Carbon, Double Tap 10 Speed
BRAKES: Sram Red
CHAINSET: Sram Red Carbon, 53 x 39
BB-SET: Sram Int BB Press Fit
HANDLEBAR: Ritchey WCS Logic Curve, 31.8 Carbon Oversize Anatomic
H'STEM: Ritchey WCS 4 Axis Matrix Carbon, OS 1 1/8“ four Bolt
SEATPOST: Ritchey Foil Aero WCS Carbon
SADDLE: Fizik Arione CX
HUB (Front): Zipp 404 Clincher
HUB (Rear): Zipp 404 Clincher
CHAIN: Shimano Dura-Ace CN-7900
CASSETTE: Shimano Dura-Ace CS-7900, 11-25 T
SPOKES: Zipp 404
RIMS: Zipp 404, 16 Front / 20 Rear
TYRES: Continental Grand Prix 4000, 700 x 23
Ed Scott revolutionized the ski market in 1958 by engineering the first tapered aluminium ski pole, making the steel and bamboo models offered at the time, obsolete.
The company produced it’s first bicycles in 1986 and since then have been at the forefront of quality and innovation. Every brand proclaims that but Scott actually have their own factory where they make most of their bikes themselves whereas most companies now have bikes made by a third party.