Scott Scale 29 Pro10,8kg M size
Does anyone have the frame weight of those bikes, and complete weight of those bikes?
Negative, 10.8kg is for Comp model that has reba / XT etc.
I have had an XL (21) Scale Pro 29er for 3 months now - bike with stock components came to 10.46kg (no pedals), claimed weight for M is 10.2kg. I thought about your listed options a lot + the Merida 29er (cheapest), in the end the decision came down to the fact that I needed the lightest frame possible because I'm 6'2, also my LBS is a Scott dealer.
Some comments on the Scott, including the weights of some of the stock components (sadly no frame weight, estimate is ~ 1285g):
- The stock wheel-set is literally
a boat anchor. I weighed it as soon as I got home from picking it up. Both wheels without skewers and rotors and bolts come to 1976g. Although the rims say 'tubeless ready,' have tried multiple compressors (hitting it with 120psi) at fuel stations with no luck.
- Scott Seatpost / x2 bolts (34.9 x 400m) 296 g (another boat anchor - intend replacing with no-name ebay post -155g
- Selle ItaliaTeam Edition Seat 259 g
- Seatpost Collar / bolt 20 g (pleasantly surprised)
- Scott Alloy Stem (100mm) / 135 g (also pleasantly surprised)
- Scott Hotrod Handlebar (600mm) 246 g
- Scott Lock-On Grips 96 g (replaced with $12 - 18g Ritchey foam grips - awesome g/$ improvement)
- Steerer capbolt + two carbon spacers 9 g
- DT-Swiss 9mm Skewers (Pair) 76 g (quite good weight considering stupid, over-engineered patent lever/lock)
- Swalbe Rocket Ron Evo (only one tyre weighed) 425g
- Rockshox SID fork / cable lockout / no mounting bolts / stock steerer length 1585g
- SRAM 1070 13-36 cassete / lockring 355g
I'm currently building up a 1400g Crest/tune prince/cx-rays wheel-set. Add in a carbon seatpost and handlebars, I think its pretty difficult to go lower than 9.4kg for size XL without going for super exotic parts (e.g. Clavicula)
Hope this info is useful