Scott Scale 700 Premium Hardtail Mountain Bike £1999 at westbrook cycles
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Scott Scale 700 Premium Hardtail Mountain Bike £1999 at westbrook cycles

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Edited by:"Bagey"Found 7th Nov
Scott Scale 700 Premium Hardtail Mountain Bike. Was £4799. Reduced to £1999! (58% off).
This bike has the best of everything. Carbon HMX frame. Full XTR groupset. Fox factory forks. Carbon bars,stem,post. Top of the range Syncros (DT swiss) wheels etc. MEDIUM size only.
Frame: Scale Carbon IMP technology / HMX / Tapered HT/ PM 160 Disc / BB92/ IDS SL dropouts for 142x12mm/ SDS Shock Damping System

Fork: FOX 32 Float Factory Air / Kashima / FIT4 3-Modes with low speed adj. 15mm QR axle / tapered steerer / Lockout / reb. Adj. / 100mm travel

Front Derailleur: Shimano XTR FD-M9025-E

Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR RD-M9000 SGS / DM Shadow Plus Type / 22 Speed

Number of Gears: 22

Shifters: Shimano XTR SL-M9000-I Rapidire Plus / 2 way release Ispec 2 clamp

Chain set: Shimano XTR FC-M9000-2 Hollowtech 2 / QF 158 36x26 T

Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM-BB94-41A / shell 41x89.5mm

Cassette: Shimano XTR CS-M9000 11-40 T

Chain: Shimano CN-M900-11

Brakeset: Shimano XTR M9000 Disc 180/F and 160/Rmm SM-RT99 CL Icetech Rotor

Handlebars: Syncros FL1.0 Carbon T-Bar T shape lat / 9 degrees / 720mm

Stem: Syncros XR1.0 700 Series: -2 degrees 7050 Carbon wrapped / 31.8mm / 1 1/8"

Headset: Syncros FL1.5 / Tapered 1.5" - 1 1/8" Semi integ. OD 50/61mm / ID 44/55mm

Grips: Syncros Pro lock-on grips

Wheelset: Syncros XR1.5 28H / Tubeless ready

Front Tyre: Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO / 2.1 127EPI Kevlar Bead Tubeless Easy / PaceStar compound

Rear Tyre: Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO / 2.1 127EPI Kevlar Bead Tubeless Easy / PaceStar compound

Saddle: Syncros XR1.5 / Titanium rails

Weight: 9.30kg / 20.50lbs

11 Comments

If a 1k iphone deal goes cold.. what should a 2k(was 4.7k)bike deal be like...what if someone posts a 10k phone case cover “deal”.. hmmm interesting
Edited by: "linhang90" 7th Nov

2016 model, however it weights a Kilo less than one of the road bikes posted last week.

Can anybody help, i need to get a bike through the Cycle To Work scheme which only allows up to £1,000. I don't know where to start. For use on Trans Pennine Trail and Canal, won't really be used on the road.

Any help appreciated where to start or any deals within that price range.

FlyGuyUK17 m ago

Can anybody help, i need to get a bike through the Cycle To Work scheme …Can anybody help, i need to get a bike through the Cycle To Work scheme which only allows up to £1,000. I don't know where to start. For use on Trans Pennine Trail and Canal, won't really be used on the road.Any help appreciated where to start or any deals within that price range.


My understanding is that you could pay the difference beyond the £1000 to the place you were buying from. You could also try and bargain with them because and ask them to knock the price down or offer some accessories

Great price an XC bike with these components.

AdamC874 h, 15 m ago

My understanding is that you could pay the difference beyond the £1000 to …My understanding is that you could pay the difference beyond the £1000 to the place you were buying from. You could also try and bargain with them because and ask them to knock the price down or offer some accessories

That's correct, I've done it

Hammondish20 h, 43 m ago

That's correct, I've done it


Actually it depends on the retailer, the scheme and/or the employer. My employer was using Halfords scheme and Halfords shops won't allow topping up however I transferred my voucher to an independent and was able to top up.

yant10 h, 29 m ago

Actually it depends on the retailer, the scheme and/or the employer. My …Actually it depends on the retailer, the scheme and/or the employer. My employer was using Halfords scheme and Halfords shops won't allow topping up however I transferred my voucher to an independent and was able to top up.

Ah ok, cheers for correcting me. Good to know how you got around it for future reference. I used Evans and cyclescheme.co.uk

Thanks guys.

Will check out Evans also.

Yep the way to get around Halfords deals is to go to a direct independent who accept halford vouchers, in effect £1,000 voucher can be used at your local bike store, they will get 90-95% face value and you get to spend the grand, obviously local bike shops will happily amend the receipt so shows as £1000, my friend got a bike for £1100, not sure you'd get away with buying a £5k downhill bike
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