SCOTT ADDICT R1

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Gold Knight
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by Gold Knight

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PinaRene
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by PinaRene

Wow , thats a nice bike.... What is the total weight of the beauty ?
Why did you not have the tune wasserdragers , looks even more beautiful on this bike....

Grtz Rene

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by justgoing

Great bike, but I guess it cost so much that you could no longer afford bedsheets.

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Wow, you have really one hell of a nice bike there, I'm lost for words.
Tell my the weight before I die :lol:


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and you did a wise choice of finishing the bike before you even starting consider making the bed :wink:
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mathi
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by mathi

Thats a pretty serious bike you have there Gold Knight , i am impressed :D
Any chance of a spec list ?

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by Carbon_Cowboy

"That's hot."
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by edgerat

poor little fella paid so much for his bike he couldnt afford bed sheets :) helluva nice bike bro, absolutely perfect!

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by Juanmoretime

justgoing wrote:Great bike, but I guess it cost so much that you could no longer afford bedsheets.


It does look awesome! A build list would be excellent.

Maybe he slept with it and some oil or grease stained the sheets! :shock:
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Gold Knight
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by Gold Knight

man--you guys are funny :lol: :lol:

sheets are on the bed now and they did not have any oil/grease on them.

bike is 5314 grams = 11.7 pounds (on scale at LBS)

I will provide build list soon--but basically contains::

AX/LW/Schmolke/Zipp/KCNC/Campy/BTP/Ceramics all around/Speedplay/THM/Carbon-Ti/Fibre-Lyte/Vittoria....

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Gold Knight
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by Gold Knight

This was my 2007 Scott!
:smartass: DO NOT RIDE AN AX-LIGHTNESS FORK :smartass:


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by addictR1

I still ride my 2011 Addict R1 and still addicted to it. ;)


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Gold Knight
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by Gold Knight

No. After the Ax lightness fork failure in 2010 which was on my Parlee Z1 I have left the cycling scene pretty much. That accident was bad with a back and neck surgery along with loads dental work—not cheap! I still have nerve pain in my body almost daily just to remind me of this. I’ve tried other sports but it’s kind of hard to replace something you loved dearly for over 30 years. I am now 50 so I may try one of those Tour de France Proform indoor bikes. I believe they are around 1500usd plus internet software hookups. I won’t have to worry about weight or titanium or carbon anymore and just ride the thing until I’m tired.

On a side note—I have built up a couple nice bikes for friends in the past 7 years which was very exciting for me—even though I could not convert them to Campy
:smartass: DO NOT RIDE AN AX-LIGHTNESS FORK :smartass:

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