Scott’s roots in the world of sport dates back to 1958 when founder Ed Scott, a gifted engineer and skier, created the world’s first tapered aluminium ski pole, kicking off a revolution of technical innovation, which continues to evolve and grow today.
1989 saw the debut of Scott’s aerodynamic handlebar with Greg Lemond claiming the yellow jersey from the late Laurent Fignon in the legendary final time trial on the cobbles of the Champs-Élysées. Following on shortly after, Scott established themselves firmly within the mountain bike market with the world’s first carbon fibre mountain bike – the Endorphin, and they have not looked back since.
If you take a look over the Scott range of mountain bikes today you will see they are still creating carbon works of art such as the much loved Genius 720, the first do-it-all, super lightweight carbon trail bike, providing you with superlative suspension action in a competition level package. Alongside this the Scott Spark ticks all the boxes of a fun full suspension mountain bike designed to provide you with the traction to get you to the top of the climb and the suspension platform to get you back down even quicker.
Over in the road bike section you will find the likes of the legendary Scott Addict, one of the most sought after road bikes available, alongside the equally as stunning Solace and CR1. Also, let’s not forget the Speedster range of aluminium road bikes with models at price points to suit the novice through to the regular sportive rider.