Anyone know where to get the Scott CF1 Carbon Frame?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
simonali

by simonali

They've finally updated the site to include the 2004 models.
www.scottusa.com

HäddaFahn

by HäddaFahn

Thx...finally something official!
Too bad they put a Dura Ace on that bike...what a shame

Joel
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by Joel

HäddaFahn wrote:Thx...finally something official!
Too bad they put a Dura Ace on that bike...what a shame


Indeed, the new DA sucks :evil:

Guest

by Guest

No, the new Dura-ace does not suck, it's just not as light as we would like. It is good imporvement over the last generation, but just not that much lighter. Guess if your a big sprinter then DA is the greatest thing ever, if a small to medium climber then Campy. Personally I use DA, but only the deraileurs and shifters. I like the STI system over ERGO, the exta 120g from the shifters is worth it to me.

Joel
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by Joel

I don't like the design of it. I think it is a commercial change without wanting to make a better product

HäddaFahn

by HäddaFahn

Silence! :D
Thats off topic guys ...hehe

Better watch that! ! http://home.t-online.de/home/peter.melansek/scott.htm

Joel
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by Joel

You're quite proud of your frame isn't it :lol:

HäddaFahn

by HäddaFahn

Well...shouldnt I? :lol:
Is there a little sound of yellousness between your lines eh? :roll:

Joel
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by Joel

HäddaFahn wrote:Well...shouldnt I? :lol:
Is there a little sound of yellousness between your lines eh? :roll:


No not at all, but I like the bike too :P

HäddaFahn

by HäddaFahn

Well i guess i am one of the fortuned ones to have a C1 ...not a Cr1(they arent out yet). There wont be many of them since they needed to change that. Maybe its like with some false printed coins...high price someday?!? :D

Velocity
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by Velocity

How much is it cost for CR1 in Europe or USA.
Just curious to ask.
May be its cheaper in my country :wink:
Buy it, If you like it.
Your money.
Your decission.

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by spytech

HäddaFahn wrote:Well i guess i am one of the fortuned ones to have a C1 ...not a Cr1(they arent out yet). There wont be many of them since they needed to change that. Maybe its like with some false printed coins...high price someday?!? :D


Cr1 arent out yet??? what did they need to change :?:

simonali
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by simonali

spytech wrote:Cr1 arent out yet??? what did they need to change :?:


All that happened was initially the carbon Scott bikes were called C1, but they changed it to CR1 for some reason. If you bought an early model as he and I did you got a C1. If you buy one now you'll get a CR1. Simple, eh?!

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cyclemanpat
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by cyclemanpat

is there a website in the USA where you can buy a Scott CR1 frameset??

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Superlite
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by Superlite

Nah, only in Europe. Kinda sucks huh? Scott needs to pull their head out of their you know what and sell them here.

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