Scott Speedster 40 review

Scott Speedster 40 review

Scott hasn’t always excelled at this price, but seeing as most bikes sold in Britain come in at well under £1000, get the product right and the customer will always keep coming back for more. Specialized Demo 8 I Alloy review Gtech eBike Sports review My hopes were raised when I saw that Scott’s entry-level Speedster 40 had been redesigned for 2018. Not only does it come in lighter than its predecessor, but it also has some neat features that are unusual on a bike at such a modest price. True, a couple of the usual cost-cutting measures are evident when it comes to kitting out this bike, most notably the all-aluminium fork and budget non-cartridge Tektro brakes. But you can upgrade the brakes’ performance easily and inexpensively by swapping for cartridge blocks. Scott has also taken measures to counteract the potential harshness of the all-metal fork by speccing 28mm ...

Read on Bike Radar


More Like This

Card image cap

Scott 2020 road bikes: which model should you choose?

View
Card image cap

Scott Speedster 10 Disc review

View
Card image cap

Top road disc brake bikes

View
Card image cap

Prime BlackEdition 38 and 50 carbon clinchers review

View
Card image cap

BMC Timemachine R01 first-ride review: A well-rounded speedster

View
Card image cap

Road tubeless finally comes of age | Redesigned Schwalbe Pro One released

View
Card image cap

Calibre Two Cubed review

View
Card image cap

Scott Addict RC 2020 first-ride review: Now aero’ized

View
Card image cap

Industry Nine i9.65 road disc wheelset review

View
Card image cap

Zeal Camerig 44 carbon clincher review

View