Scott Speedster 10 Disc review

Scott Speedster 10 Disc review

Scott’s aluminium-framed Speedster has been around for years and it’s always been a pretty safe choice at the entry level, if not the most exciting. The recipe hasn’t changed radically, but the range now includes two disc models, of which this is the better equipped. Scott bikes reviews, news and buying advice Scott Bikes 2018: here's what you won't want to miss The Speedster’s aluminium frame is in some respects rather old fashioned. It takes a chunky 31.6mm seatpost in defiance of the trend towards slimmer ones, while the seatstays are fat and straight, for once warranting no comparisons to graphite-based writing instruments. Its welds are lumpy and unattractive and the prominent seam in the left seatstay in front of the rear caliper makes it look like Scott has just grafted a brake mount onto the non-disc Speedster. Luckily, a slick paint job saves the day — primer-grey plus fluoro-yellow ...

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