Scott Foil 10 Disc review

Peter Stuart Friday, June 1, 2018 - 15:00 The Scott Foil 10 is fast, well engineered and fairly comfortable, but is weighed down by its low spec wheels 3.5 / 5 £4,299 To a cyclist awakening from a five-year coma, the Scott Foil Disc might seem like an April Fools’ Day prank. After all, what joker would combine the blade-like aerodynamic tube profiles of a time-trial bike with the wider tyres and disc brakes of an off-road bike? As it happens, the man who honed the aerodynamics of Scott’s race machine was Simon Smart, the same man who was responsible for the original Foil in 2010. Back then, the bike was a trailblazer – boasting one of the very first carbon frames developed using in-depth wind-tunnel analysis – and Smart was drafted in again to ensure that the switch to disc brakes wouldn’t impact on the Foil’s aero credentials too ...

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