Scott Scale RC 29er - 8,61kg

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joachimm
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Location: Stavanger, Norway

by joachimm

Hi,

My latest Scale build :P

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Please feel free to coment :wink:

/Joachim

austke
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by austke

Nice Build,

and :welcome: to WW
2013 Giant TCR Advanced SL 0, 6.92kg
2013 Giant Defy Composite 2 M, 8.5kg - Wife's
Azzurro Torino 8.55g
Fuji 650 10.8kg
Miele Lupa Triple Tandem 38,89kg

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Asymptotic
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by Asymptotic

^ Agreed, very nice build.

My XL Scale Pro 29er is a whole 1.1kg heavier than yours :oops:
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tomgag
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by tomgag

Great bike and awesome weight.

Have you considered different pedals - 310g is a bit sticking out and different rotors?
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joachimm
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by joachimm

Used to run with eggbeater 11//, but find XTR better for me. And yes, have considered Rotor crank (and different rotors) - but yet satisfied with the Shimano groupe set (despite weight).

/Joachim

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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

Great looking bike - how tall are you?

joachimm
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by joachimm

174 cm

(the seat post is not 100 % adjusted, picture taken on the first ride...)

/Joachim

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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

did you change the seatpost up or down? just trying to get a picture of what it would look like if i got a 29er or I should wait for the 650B. Thinking I might be a bit small for a 29er frame (I'm 172 cm).

joachimm
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by joachimm

Need the post 1-2 cm higher in order to get the perfect possition.

Hope that helps ;)

/Joachim

lewdvig
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by lewdvig

I love my scale - best MTB I have ever owned.
Road: Orbea Orca, Guru Praemio, Ricthey Break-Away, Colnago Master X Light, Gios Compact Evo, Pinarello Gavia, Bottechia SLX, Bianchi Vittoria, Legnano Gran Premio
Cross: Ritchey Swiss Cross
MTB: Scott Scale, Norco Bigfoot

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Esben
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by Esben

Nice build!

I'm riding a Scott RC size small too. I'm 171 and it fits me really nice. Last year I rode a size medium and it was ok, but this is better.
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digit3
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by digit3

I'm 172cm and ride the medium Scale RC 29. I think that it fits me quite well.

joachimm
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by joachimm

Selling what? I'm riding a Medium frame... and happy with that :)

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digit3
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by digit3

Not intending to hijack this thread. Was originally posting about my medium feeling like the right fit. I'm running a shorter stem with riser bars. I debated the small for a while but with the addition of a longer stem thought that it would make the steering too slow. I have two friends also on Scale 29 who are approx. my size and both ride M frames. YMMV

You know that we also have a for sale section in here? :unbelievable: FB

msl1985
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by msl1985

Wow, that's cool and a very nice weight. :)

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