Scott Scott Plasma 30 TT Bike - 2012
Scott Plasma 30 TT Bike - 2012
Scott Plasma 30 TT Bike - 2012
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The Carbon Experts have done it again, the new Plasma2 takes inspiration from Scott 'Aerodynamic Science'; the collaborative effort of Scott Engineering and Normann Stadler, to transform the time trial bike of Team HTC-Columbia into a no compromise triathlon machine (the Plasma3). They invented aero with the creation of the aero bar, and now they are raising the bar on how clean and fast a triathlon bike can be. This is the future of aerodynamic design, and it‘s much faster.

Frame / Fork: Plasma2, IMP5 technology, HMF-NET carbon,

Components: Shimano Ultegra 6700 groupset, Profile designs cockpit, Scott Tri 2 saddle

Wheels: Shimano WH-R501-30

Tyres: Continental Ultra Race

Weight: 9.10 kg / 20.04 lbs

Weight 9.10 kg / 20.04 lbs
Frame Scott Plasma 2, IMP5 technology, HMF-NET / Tri Geometry, Plasma 2 seatpost, replaceable hanger
Fork Scott Plasma 2, 1 1/8?? carbon, Integrated
Headset Ritchey Pro Integrated, 45mm drop- in headset
Derailleur (Rear) Shimano Ultegra RD-6700 G, 20 Speed
Derailleur (Front) Shimano 105 FD-5700
Shifters Dura-Ace SL-BS 79 Bar End
Brake Levers Profile ABS Alloy
Brakes FSA Gossamer Pro, Lightweight, dual pivot
Crankset FSA Gossamer MegaExo, 50 x 34 T
BB-Set FSA BB-6000
Handlebar Profile T2
Aerobar Profile T2
Stem Profile Aris OS, 1 1/8", 31.8mm, 83
Pedals nil
Seatpost Plasma 2 with Ritchey WCS adjustable head
Seat Scott Tri 2
Hub (Front) Shimano WH-R501 black
Hub (Rear) Shimano WH-R501 black
Chain Shimano CN-5701
Cassette Shimano CS-5700, 10 speed, 11-28
Spokes Shimano WH-R501-30 black
Rims Shimano WH-R501-30 black, 16 Front / 20 Rear
Tires Continental Ultra Sport, 700 x 23 C

IMP5 Technology
The Plasma2 features Scott's most sophisticated carbon structure ever, the top tube, head tube, down tube, seat tube and chain stays are all produced in a single step using IMP monocoque forming. With each layer still carefully managed to rid the structure of any voids or folds in the material for unparalelled strength and lightness.

Shelter127 is a measurement of the wheel coverage of both front and rear wheels on the Contessa Plasma. The rear has 80 degrees of coverage and the front has 47 degrees, the total coverage is 127 degrees of wind-cheating aerodynamics.

Integrated Carbon Fork
The drag-reducing integrated fork/frame design is ultra clean and matches the frame profile precisely.

TwinTurbo Chainstays
The Twin Turbo chain stays are only as wide as the bottom bracket until they flare out to meet the rear dropout and are ultra narrow to reduce wind drag on the frame. They also feature an alloy replaceable derailleur hanger and a wheel position adjustment screw to minimize frame to rear wheel separation.

Integrated Cable Routing
The front and rear derailleur as well as the brake cable are all internally routed to improve aerodynamics. There is cable access from inside the bottom bracket shell as well as the chain stay for convenience.

Adjustable Seat Tube Angle
The new Ritchey adjustable seat post clamp allows for adjustment between 73-80 degrees of seat tube angle. Good for TT, and Triathlon.

Founded in 1958 by Ed Scott, a talented engineer and competitive skier, the company launched the worlds first tapered aluminium ski pole to universal acclaim, setting a precedent of technical innovation that continues to this day. After moving through motocross the first mountain bike model was launched in 1986, whilst the 1989 Tour De France saw the debut of the aerodynamic handlebar that famously helped Greg Lemond to claim the yellow jersey from the late Laurent Fignon in the legendary final time trial on the cobbles of the Champs-Élysées.
The 1990’s saw Scott establish themselves firmly within the MTB market, with world cup winning forks, the worlds first carbon fibre mountain bike the Endorphin, and the worlds lightest full suspension MTB’s the G-Zero in 98 and Strike in 2000.

Today Scott offers a comprehensive and progressive range of bikes, with all models, from the entry level Aspect or Sportster to the high end Genius LT, Addict and women specific Contessa ranges featuring the most advanced construction techniques, components and materials available. Pioneers of Carbon Fibre in both road and mountain applications; the CR1 and IMP production techniques coupled with exclusive HMF and HMX carbon fibre grades allow for some of the lightest and strongest bikes on the market today, whilst innovative frame design and close links with leading component manufacturers such as DT Swiss ensure that all Scott bikes perform flawlessly at all levels.

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Plasma 2 HMF-NET Carbon Frame And Fork
Shimano Ultegra 6700 Groupset
Profile Designs Cockpit
Shimano WH-R501 Wheelset
Continental Ultra Race Tyres
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