Thursday, January 11, 2007

For Sale: 2006 Scott Scale 20

For Sale: 2006 Scott Scale - $2300
$3000 with Brand New 2007 Mavic Crossmax SL Disc Wheels

Yep, that's right - I'm selling the weight weenie project. Thousands of dollars went into, I got it to 8.9kg and it flew. But different plans mean different bikes so one lucky person is going to get themselves an unreal race machine.

Scott call the frame a large but it definitely sits at the smaller end of the scale for large bikes. I'd ride a medium in anything else. The effective top tube is 23.6" or 600mm. See the rest of the geometry info here.

Full Specifications - 9.48kg (no pedals) - 9.23kg with the Crossmax
Frame: 2006 Scott Scale 20 - Large - Full Carbon - 1.1kg - Pace carbon armour protecting from cable rub etc. so not a mark on the frame.
Fork: 2006 Pace RC39XC - 100mm travel with remote lockout and carbon lowers.
Headset: FSA Orbit Z
Handlebar: Maxm MX-1 590mm 5degree
Stem: Syntace F99 105mm 6degree
Seatpost: Scott Racing 34.9x400mm
Seat: Selle Italia SLR XP
Grips: Extralite Neogrips
Cranks: Raceface Turbine LP 175mm
Chainrings: Middleburn Hardcoat Slickshift 22/32/44 or 30/42 for 2x9 setup
Shifters: 2007 SRAM X.9 Triggers with Matchmaker clamps
Front Deraileur: Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.0
Cassette: Shimano Deore XT 11-34
Chain: SRAM PC991 hollow pin
Hubs: DT Swiss Cerit
Spokes: DT Swiss Bladed
Rims: Mavic XM317disc
Brakes: 2007 Avid Juicy 7 with Matchmaker clamps

Brakes are brand spanking new. Grips, Chain, Cassette, Jockey Wheels and Shifters have about 5 hours use on them. Forks have just been serviced. Wheels are true and tensioned. Chainrings have Middleburns hardcoat finish which makes them go forever. As for tyres - take your pick from what I've got.
- Panaracer Razer 2.1
- Kenda Karma DTC 2.0
- Hutchinson Bulldog Airlight 2.1
- Tioga Black Turtle HE 1.9
- Geax Barro Mud 1.7
- Notubes The Crow 2.0
- Schwalbe BlackJack 2.1 UST
- Schwalbe Jimmy 2.1 UST

If pedals are required we'll talk about that - I've got a set of Exustar EPM25Ti pedals that weigh 208 grams/pair and of course they'll come with new cleats. If you want some extra bling/less grams I've got a Thomson Masterpiece seatpost for it aswell for some extra dollars. Want a brand new saddle? A few more dollars gets you a brand new Selle Italia SLR XC gel flow. Want the cheaper wheel option but still want tubeless? I'll put a couple of DT Swiss/Eclipse conversion kits on for a few extra dollars. Anything else, don't worry I'll sort you out. And just for comparisons sake, a Giant XTC1 would cost you $100 more and is 2kg heavier.

Some pictures below - obviously not exactly the spec it will be sold as because I don't have the brakes (or Crossmax if you want them) yet, they'll both be brand spanking new, straight off the new bike.


Anonymous said...


It the chainshield protection on your Scale bike this one:

It just looks different on your bike and on the photo from the Pace website.

I am say you have a really nice bike.


Carsten from Denmark

Grover said...

No Carsten, that is not the chainstay protector on my bike. I only use the Pace carbon armour for cable rub.

The chainstay protector is 'cable organiser' from a hardware store.

JJ said...

Hey J,

have you still got the rig for sale?

If you have drop me a line