2019 SCOTT Addict RC Premium Disc - 5.75kg

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KaneChang
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by KaneChang

Hello, this is 60th Limited SCOTT Addict RC Premium Disc, Bronze Gold color, and complete weight is 5.75kg(with pedal & bottle cage), more information please see the photos, Thanks :thumbup:

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iamraymond
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by iamraymond

Wow that is an impressive build and weight.

I’ve never heard of those tires before, but a pair at 385 grams is very light. How robust are they?

Just curious, is this a customers bike or do you really have two of the same bikes?

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KaneChang
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by KaneChang

iamraymond wrote:
Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:06 am
Wow that is an impressive build and weight.

I’ve never heard of those tires before, but a pair at 385 grams is very light. How robust are they?

Just curious, is this a customers bike or do you really have two of the same bikes?
Hey, these two addict is all my bike, and I also has only 2 bikes...lol

Bridgestone R1X is work great for me, and some review and response say can be using 3000-4000km, this is a good mileage for light tire.

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LouisN
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OK. I can make an exception for once and desire a disc brakes bike. Wow !! :beerchug:

Louis :)

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

What a looker - great weight for a disc-equipped bike with not-too-shallow wheels.

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Klaster_1
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by Klaster_1

Awesome build, I target a similar weight for my FM079, but want to take it slowly in order not to make certain compromises and use products from certain companies (no shallow rims, Aerolite pedals, UNO cassette, ST-R9120 as a last resort). And you can still drop additional 150-350g!.

hannawald
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by hannawald

Impressive! Nice custom MCFK stickers:)

Naturel
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by Naturel

Waow, one of the most beautiful bike I have seen for a long time!
About the wheels, is it a custom colors or stickers?
On the original rims, is it possible to take off the stickers?

eric01
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by eric01

Nice that is a good looking bike. Parts list is a “who’s who” of weight weenie manufacturers.
AX Lightness Vial Evo, Carl Strong Titanium

hannawald
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Naturel wrote:
Fri Aug 24, 2018 9:09 pm
Waow, one of the most beautiful bike I have seen for a long time!
About the wheels, is it a custom colors or stickers?
On the original rims, is it possible to take off the stickers?
It must be custom stickers. Original stickers are nonsense heavy, made of one piece thick decal (letters are not cut individually) i saved more than 20g getting rid of the stickers (easy, just peel them away)

Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

Sweet Addict! And it's my size, too. I'm addicted to Addicts.

Question about your THM crank, BB and rings - how's it all work? It's a gorgeous and light set-up, but how well do they work?

I used a ZIPP Vumaquad crank and ZIPP rings for years with sub-optimal front shifting. It worked OK at best, but the poor chain had to scrape and claw its way onto the big ring nearly everytime.

When I tried Fiberlyte rings >5 years ago, two different mechanics were unsuccessful in getting them to work. We sadly tried and tried to no avail.

With my tail between my legs on my current build, I opted for a factory crank and the front shifting is admittedly a delight - rapid, quiet and precise. This being WW, I'm green with envy for lighter crank options.
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Shifting with the THM Clavicula SE and praxis or MKV rings is spot on.

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by mdeth1313

Wow! This is really impressive and the bike is just gorgeous.
Speedplay is the devil!

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KaneChang
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jbaillie wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:53 am
What a looker - great weight for a disc-equipped bike with not-too-shallow wheels.
mdeth1313 wrote:
Sat Aug 25, 2018 10:07 pm
Wow! This is really impressive and the bike is just gorgeous.
LouisN wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:28 am
OK. I can make an exception for once and desire a disc brakes bike. Wow !! :beerchug:

Louis :)
hannawald wrote:
Thu Aug 23, 2018 6:39 am
Impressive! Nice custom MCFK stickers:)
eric01 wrote:
Sat Aug 25, 2018 12:01 am
Nice that is a good looking bike. Parts list is a “who’s who” of weight weenie manufacturers.
Thanks for you compliment. Your words will make me pleased all day long. :thumbup:

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KaneChang
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by KaneChang

Naturel wrote:
Fri Aug 24, 2018 9:09 pm
Waow, one of the most beautiful bike I have seen for a long time!
About the wheels, is it a custom colors or stickers?
On the original rims, is it possible to take off the stickers?
Hello, it’s custom sticker, original stickers is easy to take off :beerchug:

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