Scott 2016 Speedster 30 Disc Mens Road Bike - Black 20 speed Tiagra £620 @ Start Cycles
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Scott 2016 Speedster 30 Disc Mens Road Bike - Black 20 speed Tiagra £620 @ Start Cycles

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Found 3rd Jun 2017
2016 Scott Speedster 30 Disc Mens Road Bike - Black 20 speed Tiagra £620 @ Start Cycles

Additional Information






Model Number

241458



Brands

Scott



Gender

Mens



Age

Adult



Model Year

2016



Colour

Black



Frame

Speedster Disc / D.Butted 6061 Alloy / Road geometry / Integrated Headtube



Fork

Speedster CX Carbon/Alloy Disc 1 1/8" Alloy steerer



Shifters

Shimano Tiagra ST-4700 Dual control 20 Speed



Derailleur (Front)

Shimano Tiagra FD-4700



Derailleur (Rear)

Shimano Tiagra RD-4700-GS 20 Speed



Brakes

Shimano BR-R317 Black Mech. Disc 160/F and 160/R mm SM-RT54 Rotor



Crankset

Shimano Tiagra Compact FC-4700 Hyperdrive 50x34 T



Cassette

Shimano CS-HG 500 10 Speed 11-32 T



Chain

KMC X10



Bottom Bracket

Shimano BB - RS500



Hub Front

Formula Team Disc 28 H



Hub Rear

Formula Team Disc 28 H



Rims

Syncros Road Disc 28 Front / 28 Rear



Spokes

HTI - Standard Black 2mm



Tyres

Schwalbe Lugano 700x28C



Handlebar

Syncros RR2.0 Anatomic 31.8mm



Stem

JD ST92A Alloy 1 1/8" / four Bolt 31.8mm



Headset

Integrated Steel Cup



Saddle

Syncros FL2.5



Seatpost

Syncros RR2.5 31.6/300mm



Pedal

None incl.



Wheel Size

700c



Number of Gears

20



Approximate Weight

10.4kg / 22.93lbs
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17 Comments
Great price and heat added, but 'approx. weight 10.4kg / 22.93lbs' oO - better skip the kebabs or mtfu them hills!
Original Poster
ExcitedbyBleach11 m ago

Great price and heat added, but 'approx. weight 10.4kg / 22.93lbs' oO - …Great price and heat added, but 'approx. weight 10.4kg / 22.93lbs' oO - better skip the kebabs or mtfu them hills!



Yes definitely not a lightweight - Guess having discs puts at least a Kilo on.

Fantastic looking bike though IMO

Emminently nickable too!!
10.4kg ain't that heavy!
Got one heavier and one lighter (much lighter). The difference isn't all that.
Tiagra isn't that bad. But mechanical discs? Sorry, always going to be cold. Mechanical discs don't outweigh the downsides of using disc brakes. Hydraulic ones on the other hand...
Original Poster
MAdam982 m ago

10.4kg ain't that heavy!Got one heavier and one lighter (much lighter). …10.4kg ain't that heavy!Got one heavier and one lighter (much lighter). The difference isn't all that.Tiagra isn't that bad. But mechanical discs? Sorry, always going to be cold. Mechanical discs don't outweigh the downsides of using disc brakes. Hydraulic ones on the other hand...



About £50 to upgrade...
KareemSaid

About £50 to upgrade...



To what though?

If you want to keep it cheaper, you can fit trp spyres(mechanical), or hyrd and use your existing shifters. If you want to go full hydraulic, then it's a lot more.
KareemSaid

About £50 to upgrade...



​BR-RS405 hasn't actually been released yet????

So you can't get hydraulic Tiagra (at least for a few weeks).
No pedals! Cheapskates!
Phwoor. Nice bike.
http://media.startfitness.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/6/image/1000x/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/s/c/scott-speedster-30-disc-my16.jpg
Original Poster
nbgrobbo6 h, 18 m ago

No pedals! Cheapskates!



I know! From experience buying bikes online they do chuck in a pair of plastic platforms along with reflectors and a bell - think it's a legal requirement for them to provide. I usually give these to a bike charity - or the bin!

I think it's against the law to not have reflectors on bike and pedals - laws really need updating in this country and attitudes need to change. Seems to be futile though. Cyclists are hated more than paedos on sites like The Mail haha!

As a result I'll probably waste my vote again on The Green party as they seem to be the only one with a cycling manifesto.

Wish I was in the market for a first bike as this would be at the top of my list based on specs and looks. Love the paintjob!!
How wide would the clearance be for tyres on this?
I've had one for a couple of months and when I weighed it I think it was more like 11kg (small).
Original Poster
broadyo79623 m ago

How wide would the clearance be for tyres on this?



It comes with 28 so I'd guess 32 max

deathrider7816 m ago

I've had one for a couple of months and when I weighed it I think it was …I've had one for a couple of months and when I weighed it I think it was more like 11kg (small).



What's that - 8 bags of crisps over the quoted 10.8?

Any opinions on the actual bike or service from Start?
KareemSaid

About £50 to upgrade...




You mean to rim caliper brakes like a proper road bike?
I can not really see why this is cheap, fair enough its a good make but that is really quite heavy for a modern bike. M y old 2009 Trek is only 8.5kg and cost me £130 second hand.
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You mean to rim caliper brakes like a proper road bike?



​Hey, proper road bikes are slowly becoming disc equipped...
broadyo796

How wide would the clearance be for tyres on this?

deathrider78

I've had one for a couple of months and when I weighed it I think it was … I've had one for a couple of months and when I weighed it I think it was more like 11kg (small).



​I think I'm wrong sorry, I think it was closer to 12, I only bothered to weigh it as it felt noticeably heavier than the Cube Peloton it was replacing which was about 9.5kg.
That's quite a decent deal, considering its mid-season and post brexit.
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