2009 Scott CR1 Pro??
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    2009 Scott CR1 Pro??

    Changing from moountain bike; I am looking for my first road bike and has not ride a road bike before. I am interested on 2009 Scott CR1 Pro and would like to know:-

    1) Is there any different between the 2010 & 2009 CR1?
    2) Is the geometry same as Addict?
    3) Would it be better to get R3 instead? To me the carbon material is the same for both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbull
    Changing from moountain bike; I am looking for my first road bike and has not ride a road bike before. I am interested on 2009 Scott CR1 Pro and would like to know:-

    1) Is there any different between the 2010 & 2009 CR1?
    I believe the biggie is that the 2010 model has a replaceable derailure hanger like the Addict.

    Quote Originally Posted by gbull
    2) Is the geometry same as Addict?
    Check out the Scott website for geometry, but I believe the CR1 provides a little more upright position with it's taller front end. I could be wrong, that's just what I read on this site somewhere, so check the Scott site. http://scottusa.com/us_en/category/8145/road Each model has a separate geometry listing.

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    3) Would it be better to get R3 instead? To me the carbon material is the same for both.
    Yes. But, I have a 2009 Addict R4, so I might be biased.
    Still, the lighter Addict frame is supposed to ride a little less harshly than the CR1, despite being just as stiff a pedaling platform. That's just hearsay again, but from both professional print reviews and comments on this site, so it probably has some validity. I have never ridden a CR1 and am not terribly sensitive to ride quality. But, my Addict seems surprisingly smooth compared to other bikes I have owned and is definitely efficient, in my experience.
    Last edited by TucsonMTB; 10-11-2009 at 01:30 PM.

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    Go for a 2010 CR1.

    More upright (comfortable) position, more comfort built into the frame (es compared to the 2009 CR1), it has a replaceable hanger, is around 850g for the frame and it looks cool ;).

    The new CR1s ride quality is smoother than the Addict.

    Good luck!
    Derek Zoolander - "I'm not an ambi-turner"

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    The CR1 Pro is great. I have 09 model. Having come from a flat bar road bike, I was surprised how well it road and how stable it is. I love it.

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    Thanks for all the input... Thanks

    Wish to thanks all help and sharing your expereince on Scott CR1 Pro..

    Thanks

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