Scott Addict CX 20 Disc 2017
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Scott Addict CX 20 Disc 2017 Info
The Addict CX is back, and let us tell you, the Cyclo-Cross world better be ready. The Addict CX 20 Disc is just yearning to get to that cold, muddy start line. Stiffer than its predecessor, added vertical compliance for more comfort, disc brakes, front and rear thru axle and a slew of cleverly designed CX details, this rig will be with you every step of the way as you crush cross event after cross event.
Please note this is an ex-demo model. In good overall condition but bike does have the odd blemish as expected with a used bike. The bike has tubeless rim tape installed so can be used with or without tubes. If you would like photos of this exact bike please email; [email protected] and we will send over some images to you.
Pedals not supplied, please click here for pedal options.MORE INFO
Frame & Forks – The striking Addict CX is made of HMF carbon fibre using Scott's integrated moulding process, which enables frames to be made far lighter than using traditional methods. The Addict CX is one of the lightest disc brake optimised Cyclo-Cross frames on the market today.
Specific Cyclo-Cross geometry puts the rider in a comfortable and balanced position for generating power whilst delivering poise and balance in tight and twisty corners.
The seatstays are directly connected to the top tube which has the benefit of creating comfort characteristics within the frame. An additional benefit of this feature is that there is no arch over the rear wheel eliminating mud clog.
The headtube on the Addict CX is tapered which enables exceptional torsional stiffness. This allows the front end to deliver precise and balanced handling in every turn.
Both front and rear wheels are secured using bolt thru axles, which increase the overall stiffness of the bike whilst remaining extremely easy to use.
Drivetrain – Shimano’s 11 speed componentry delivers super slick shifting and a fantastic range of gears. The 11-32 cassette and 36 x 46 tooth chainrings allow you to climb steep hills, but also the perfect gears for blasting along fast trails.
Brakes – Direct post mount hydraulic disc brakes on the fork and chainstay save weight and eliminate brake shudder.
Wheels – Syncros Tubeless compatible rims enable tyres to be run at lower pressures than with a conventional tubed set up.
Finishing Kit – Syncros components fitted to the Addict CX20 complement the rest of the bike perfectly, matching the dynamic look of the bike through their shape and colour schemes. Syncros are renowned for engineering some of the highest performing components in the harshest of conditions. Regarded as one of the toughest bike races in the racing calendar, Mathew Hayman's Paris-Roubaix winning Scott Foil was finished with Syncros components.SPECIFICATIONSIMP FRAME TECHNOLOGY
Scott’s Integrated moulding process has been developed so that frame tubes and joints can be created in a single step. The process gives engineers the freedom to introduce more optimized structures and to fully control carbon layup and performance. The innovative step to move away from traditional tube to tube construction has resulted in a bicycle which is higher performing, more durable and lighter.PERFORMANCE TESTING
Scott bicycle frames and components go through rigorous third party analysis at EFBe, who are a leading laboratory in the field of product testing for safety and reliability. EFBe carry out repeated fatigue tests of specific forces to match the stresses when the bike is in use. A frame must pass through 100,000 cycles in each test without showing any signs of weakness for it to pass. No amount of extreme use by a human can match the lab tests workload carried out on the frame.
When customers buy a Scott product they can be sure that they are purchasing an item of the highest quality where no shortcuts in the manufacturing process have been made.CARBON FRAME DESIGN
Scott engineers design and virtually test their frames before any hard manufacturing begins. Once a design concept has been approved, a 3D model is created where computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis and Scott’s own in house software can be used to develop the frame. Every last detail can be assessed by these advanced tools including frame weight, stiffness rating, aerodynamic performance, carbon fibre ply layup and spring rates within the frame.
The virtual design process is a key part in the development of the frame but to take things closer to production a mold needs to be produced. Scott engineers create the initial batch of prototype frames which are then sent away to be tested in the lab. The frames can go through many cycles of carbon layup refinement before all specific parameters are met.
Once the frames have passed the demanding series of tests set by the lab, a pilot batch of frames is produced to ensure that all tooling and manufacturing processes are ready for mass production. After lab testing these frames they are then handed over to Scott’s professional teams and riders to be pushed to the limit in the real world, providing critical feedback for the Scott engineering team.CX DISK BRAKES
There is no question that disc brakes offer greater reliability and control compared to traditional rim brakes. Disc brakes in the past have been overlooked in the past by many road and Cyclo-Cross riders due to the additional weight penalty compared to their rim brake counterparts but this is no longer the case. Road style disc brake systems are becoming lighter and wheels strength to weight ratio increasing to cope with the forces created by disc brakes. Scott’s Addict Disc frames are optimised for use with disc brake technology with increases in the diameter of the seat stays and implementation of flat mount disc brake interfaces. Thru axles which are standard on the Scott Addict frame and forks offer improvements in torsional stiffness, reliability and strength compared to quick release skewers and without sacrificing any time it takes to change a wheel. Alignment and set up of disc brakes becomes far easier with thru axles due to the finishing location of the wheel being in exactly the same place every time the wheel is re-installed.FRAME & FORKS
- Frame - Addict CX HMF Disc / IMP Carbon technology / CX Race geometry / Replaceable Dropout
- Fork - Addict HMF Disc 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" tapered Carbon steerer Alloy Dropout
- Approx weights in KG (including all components) - 8.66
- Approx weights in LBS (including all components)- 19.09
- Headset - Integrated Cartridge
- Rear Derailleur - Shimano 105 RD-5800-GS 22 Speed
- Front Derailleur - Shimano 105 Black FD-5800
- Shifters - Shimano ST-RS505 Disc Dual control 22 Speed
- Brakes - Shimano BR-RS505 Hyd Disc 160/F and 160/R mm SM-RT70 CL Rotor
- Crankset - Shimano FC-RS500 Black Hyperdrive 36x46 T
- BB-Set - Shimano BB-RS500-PB
- Chain - Shimano CN-HG600
- Cassette - Shimano 105 CS-5800 11-32 T
WHEELS & TYRES
- Handlebar - Syncros RR2.0 Anatomic 31.8mm
- H'stem - Syncros FL2.0 1 1/8" / four Bolt 31.8mm
- Seatpost - Syncros Carbon RR1.2 27.2/350mm
- Seat - Syncros FL2.0
- Hub (Front) - Syncros RP2.0 Disc
- Hub (Rear) - Syncros RP2.0 Disc
- Spokes - Syncros RP2.0 Disc
- Rims - Syncros RP2.0 Disc 28 Front / 28 Rear
- Tires - Continental Cyclocross xKing wire 700x35C 127EPI Kevlar Bead / Tubeless Easy PaceStar compound
Scott Addict Disk Bike SSmall MMedium LLarge XLXLarge Size 52cm 54cm 56cm 58cm Body Height (approx) 163 - 173cm 170 - 178cm 176 - 187cm 185 - 197cm (A) head tube angle 70.0 ° 71.0 ° 71.0 ° 71.0 ° (B) head tube length 120.0 mm 140.0 mm 160.0 mm 180.0 mm (C) top tube horizontal 525.0 mm 545.0 mm 568.0 mm 590.0 mm (D) standover height 775.7 mm 796.2 mm 814.1 mm 832.0 mm (E) BB offset -68.0 mm -68.0 mm -68.0 mm -68.0 mm (F) BB height 281.0 mm 281.0 mm 281.0 mm 281.0 mm (G) wheel base 1,002.0 mm 1,017.0 mm 1,043.0 mm 1,056.0 mm (H) BB center to toptube center 462.7 mm 483.0 mm 503.2 mm 523.3 mm (I) BB center to top of seattube 520.0 mm 540.0 mm 560.0 mm 580.0 mm (J) seat angle 74.0 ° 73.5 ° 73.0 ° 73.0 ° (K) chainstay 422.0 mm 422.0 mm 422.0 mm 422.0 mm (L) reach 369.0 mm 378.0 mm 390.0 mm 405.0 mm (M) stack 545.5 mm 564.4 mm 583.3 mm 602.2 mm (N) stem length 100.0 mm 110.0 mm 120.0 mm 120.0 mm
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The Scott story began in the Sun Valley, Idaho by top class ski racer and innovative thinker Ed Scott. He designed and developed the first tapered aluminium ski pole, rendering bamboo and steel poles defunct at the highest level of competition. The company then moved into different markets with motocross and cycling emerging as new targets for the business. Greg Lemond stunned the cycling world when he used the first ever production aero bar, which was made by Scott in his 1989 Tour de France win. Innovation and technology remain at the forefront of Scott’s design ethos in all their products. Moving forward to the present day Scott produce; bikes, components, shoes, helmets, clothing and much more, all with the same meticulous detail to performance as when Ed Scott developed his ski poles in 1958. As a result it is no surprise Scott bikes and riders have been at the forefront of international cycle sport.
Nino Schurter and Jenny Rissveds stormed to victory in the XC MTB discipline at the Rio Olympics. The pair who ride for the Scott Odlo MTB Racing Team were riding the latest evolution of the Scott Spark. In road racing the Scott Foil and Addict have become the bikes to watch whether climbing up mountains in the Alps or blasting along the cobbles in the Arenburg forest. Adam Yates and his Orica–BikeExchange team mates have been producing consistently top results using Scott products. The latest big signings for Scott are the Browlee brothers Jonny and Alister who need no introduction in the world of triathlon. The brothers who have and continue to dominate the discipline will be opening a new chapter with the brand utilising Scott’s attention to detail and no shortcuts approach to creating the best equipment on the planet.
The anatomy of a Cyclo-Cross Bike.
Wheels and tyres
Tyres over 30mm wide are standard on cyclo-cross bikes to cope with the lumps and bumps expected off the beaten track. A range of tyre compounds and treads are available for cyclo-cross bikes giving options from road riding to heavy mud conditions. Tubeless tyres are becoming more popular in cyclo-cross due to their ability to be run at low pressures compared to traditional butyl tubes.
Like cyclo-cross frames, wheels need to be able to withstand tremendous force from general off road riding and in places where knocks are par for the course. Wheels are the same diameter as their road counterparts 28” or 700c.
Gearing on CX bikes usually comprise of a 46 x 36 tooth front chainring set up with a 12 x 28 tooth cassette at the rear. Single chain ring options are filtering in to the cyclo-cross scene which create a lightweight no fuss option. Repeated accelerations are routine in cyclocross and the gearing relects this, the drivetrain is geared towards a low to mid-range as top end speeds are not often attained off road.
There are two options when it comes to cyclo-cross bicycle braking, through either a rim or disc brake set up. Cantilever rim brakes have traditionally always been used on CX bikes due to their excellent mud clearance capabilities but there is a shift away from rim brakes with disc brake optimised frames and forks becoming widely available. Disc brakes deliver superb stopping power, control and feel combining for an undoubtedly.
What are they and what makes them so good at what they do?
The discipline of cyclo-cross dates back to the early 19th century where a French soldier named Daniel Gousseau who could often been seen riding his bike off road to maintain fitness over the winter months decided to stage races off road on drop handlebar bikes. Nowadays bikes are more refined for the nuances of the discipline than in the early pioneer CX days. Cyclo-cross bikes are designed primarily for off road use but are often used on road with great success. Features of cyclo-cross bikes includes;
Frame and forks
Cyclo-cross frames and forks are made strong enough to withstand off road terrain. The geometry of CX bikes is similar to an endurance road bike frame placing the rider in an upright position which is better for negotiating off road terrain. The bottom bracket is usually higher on a cross bike than a road bike for increased clearance of obstacles.
In cyclo-cross racing getting off and “shouldering” the bike is a common occurrence, often obstacles are too steep to negotiate on the bike and running is the preferred option. Brake and gear cables are often routed on the right hand side of the bike to avoid interference with the rider plus the top tube is often flat or a comfortable shape for running with.
Frames and forks are designed to accommodate wide tyres for grip and use the larger volume to soak up rough terrain. Popular with commuters and other city riders the versatile cyclo-cross bike often has treaded mounts for racks and mudguards enabling it to be used as an extremely practical bicycle.