My scott scale fully rigid.

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Martin.F
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by Martin.F

With carbon fork, maxxis flyweight tires, stans notubes, dthubs with dt spokes on sun ds-2 rims.
Full XT with XTR rear dearilleur. FSA k-force handlebar and bontrager carbon stem ( not on pic )
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Martin.F
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by Martin.F

Another one
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by Tim

nice bike, what fork is it?

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Martin.F
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by Martin.F

Tim wrote:nice bike, what fork is it?


It's the aprebic carbon fork. I don't know any bikes outside Nrway that has it. Weights about 800 g incl. starnut, uncut with disc mount only.
Converted into dollars it is about 150$

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by sniperworks

thats a nice bike, whole difirent look then other Scales.

nice work 8)

150 dollar is not much... where did you buy it? in Norway or?

would be a nice option for my road mountainbike, cause I would like a rigid fork cause I would only use it to go to work.

is it also availeble in canti version? cause the frame I am using is a old Trek that has no disk option.

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by Martin.F

Yup, I bought it in norway. It comes in disc only, disc and rim, and rim only versions.

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