Scott Scale 730 2017

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Scott Scale 730 2017

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Scott Scale 730

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    Scott Scale 730 2017 Info

    The SCOTT Scale 730 Series boasts a super light Carbon Fiber frame. The 730 comes fully equipped with a FOX 32 Float Performance fork with three modes, along with our RideLoc technology to allow for three travel settings to always optimize your ride, and a Sram 1x11 drivetrain.

    Pedals not supplied, please click here for pedal options.

    IMP 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.

    Stress 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.

    • Bike FrameFrame - Scale 2 Carbon / IMP technology / Carbon Tapered HT / PM 160 Disc / BB92 / IDS SL 142x12mm dropouts SDS Shock Damping System
    • Front ShocksFork - FOX 32 Float Performance Air Grip 3 / 3-Modes / 15x100mm QR axle / tapered steerer Lockout / Reb. Adj. / 100mm travel
    • Remote LockoutRemote System - SCOTT RideLoc Technology / below Bar Remote 3 modes / integ. Grip clamp
    • Bike Weight KGApprox weights in KG (including all components)- 10.6
    • Bike Weight LBSApprox weights in LBS (including all components) - 23.37
    • Bike HeadsetHeadset - Syncros Pro Press Fit / Tapered 1.5" - 1 1/8" OD 50/61mm / ID 44/55mm
    • Bike Rear DeralleurRear Derailleur - Sram GX1 / 11 Speed
    • MTB ShiftersShifters - Sram GX1 Trigger
    • Disk BrakesBrakes - Shimano M506 Disc 180/F and 160/R mm SM-RT54 CL Rotor
    • CranksetCrankset - Sram Custom GX1 GXP PF 700 Series: 32T / 900 Series: 30T
    • BB-SetBB-Set - Sram GXP PF integrated / shell 41x89.5mm
    • Bike ChainChain - Sram PC1110
    • Bike GearsCassette - Sram XG1150 / 10-42 T
    • Bike HandlebarHandlebar - Syncros FL1.5 T-Bar / Alloy 7050 D.B. T shape Flat / 9° / 720mm Syncros Pro lock-on grips
    • Bike HeadstemH'stem - Syncros FL2.0 / 6061 Alloy 6° / integrated Top Cup / 31.8mm / 1 1/8"
    • Bike SeatpostSeatpost - Syncros FL2.0 / 10mm offset 700 Series: 31.6x400mm / 900 Series: 34.9x400mm
    • Bike SeatSeat - Syncros XR2.0 / CROM rails
    • Front HubHub (Front) - Syncros CL71 / 15x100mm made by Formula
    • Rear HubHub (Rear) - Syncros CL1421/ 142x12mm RWS axle / XD / made by Formula
    • Wheel SpokesSpokes - DT Swiss Industry Black 1.8mm
    • Wheel RimsRims - Syncros X-23 / 32H / Tubeless ready
    • Bike TyresTires - Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO / 2.25 127EPI Kevlar Bead / Tubeless Easy PaceStar compound
  • Scott Scale 730 Bike
      SSmall MMedium LLarge XLXLarge
    Body Height (approx) 160 - 182cm 168 - 180cm 178 - 189cm 183 - 198cm
    (A) head tube angle69.5 °69.5 °69.5 °69.5 °
    (B) head tube length105.0 mm105.0 mm115.0 mm125.0 mm
    (C) top tube horizontal580.0 mm600.0 mm620.0 mm640.0 mm
    (D) standover height756.0 mm783.0 mm810.0 mm842.0 mm
    (E) BB offset-60.0 mm-60.0 mm-60.0 mm-60.0 mm
    (F) BB height310.0 mm310.0 mm310.0 mm310.0 mm
    (G) wheel base1,079.0 mm1,096.8 mm1,117.0 mm1,137.9 mm
    (H) BB center to toptube center329.0 mm375.0 mm415.0 mm465.0 mm
    (I) BB center to top of seattube390.0 mm440.0 mm480.0 mm530.0 mm
    (J) seat angle72.5 °72.5 °72.5 °72.5 °
    (K) chainstay438.0 mm438.0 mm438.0 mm438.0 mm
    (L) reach385.0 mm405.0 mm422.0 mm439.0 mm
    (M) stack618.0 mm618.0 mm628.0 mm637.0 mm
    (N) stem length70.0 mm80.0 mm90.0 mm100.0 mm

    Sizing Advice

    Choosing an appropriate size of bike frame can vary bike to bike/model to model due the design and technical geometry and the cycling activity a bike is designed for. Generally, the ideal guide to selecting a suitable size frame for you is your height.

    We can always help, just drop our cycle team an e-mail: [email protected] or phone us on 01736 751066.

    Scott Bike Sizing
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Bike Shipping

Each bike purchased from Triathlon Store, whether it’s online or instore is carefully assembled and tested to ensure that the bike is adjusted and set up correctly. Bikes being sent by courier are kept in as complete a state as possible whilst ensuring that the bike is thoroughly protected for transit.

Please note that not all bikes come with pedals so please check each specific bike models specification.

Each bike comes with full instructions and complimentary tools to assist you in its completion.

If you have any questions regarding the assembly of bicycles from the Triathlon Store then please contact us. Each bike purchased from Triathlon Store, whether it’s online or instore is carefully assembled and tested to ensure that the bike is ready to ride.

All bikes ordered through for shipping are assembled and tested prior to despatch to ensure safe and correct set up. We endeavour to make the process from purchasing a bicycle online to allowing you to be out on the road or trail as simple as possible. Bikes are packaged up thoroughly and placed inside a sturdy box to enable us to send out bikes in as complete a state as possible. Once you receive your bike the procedure for getting out on the road couldn’t be easier.


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 Hardtail Mountain Bike.


Mountain bikes don’t tend to have gearing for high speeds like road bikes because they are designed for off road but they are blessed with a greater range of low gears for climbing steep off road gradients.

Single chain ring options are now becoming available on bikes which saves weight and creates a simplified system by removing the front derailleur. Bikes with a single front ring are fitted with an extremely wide range cassette so that gearing is not compromised with the loss of the chain ring.


Brake options for modern mountain bikes are either V-brakes or disc brakes, with disc brakes being the most commonplace. V – Brakes offer good stopping power but loose some of their bite in wet and gritty conditions. Disc brakes come in cable and hydraulic forms with hydraulic models leading the way in terms of all round performance.

What are they and what makes them so good at what they do?

Hardtail mountain bikes are designed for rough off road trails where roots, rocks, steep gradients and mud are commonplace. Features include;

Frame and forks

Frames need to be made strong enough to withstand extreme forces and have frame geometry to allow the rider to easily move their position around the bike to negotiate obstacles and climb steep gradients.

Hardtail mountain bike frames have long been the choice of cross country racers where lightweight and stiff frames are of upmost priority. Hardtail frames are fine for most off road terrain including rocky downhills.

The front suspension fork soaks up the lumps and bumps of the trail enabling the rider to be in greater control of the bike and resist fatigue.

Wheels and tyres

Wheels need to be very strong and have the ability to stand up to anything the woods or mountain can throw at them. Mountain bike wheels come in three sizes 26”, “27.5” and “29”. Larger wheels roll over trail objects better than smaller wheels and are more stable but are slightly heavier and don’t accelerate as well as a smaller wheel. 29” wheels tend to be favoured by taller riders.

Many wheels and tyres have the ability to be run tubeless which is where the tube is removed and sealant is installed instead. The great benefit of this is that they can then be run at much lower pressures enabling higher levels of grip, more comfort and control without the fear of pinch puncturing. Tyres in mountain biking contain a large volume of air to give good grip in muddy conditions and also to soak up bumps from the trail.