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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppower
    My frameset arrived this morning! Here it is a post on my blog (in Italian):

    https://www.tencas.com/blog/articolo.asp?articolo=417

    Now a picture!

    congrats. any more pics of your build?

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    nice looking bikes guys.

    currently ridding a scott cr1 2007. would like to get an addict R1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinman143
    congrats. any more pics of your build?
    My build is still under construction. The frameset and the groupset arrived both before the mid of November, but I had to wait more than 50 days in order to get the SRAM RED crankset adaptor for BB-PF86 builtin bottom bracket.

    Tomorrow or saturday it will be the final day!
    My last races: La Vecia Ferovia '10, Gimondi Bike '10
    My next races: X-Bionic Challenge '11, GF San Martino delle Scale '11
    I'm enjoying my Scott Addict R2 and my Scale 10 too much!

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    At last I got my Addict R2 '10! Amazing!

    My last races: La Vecia Ferovia '10, Gimondi Bike '10
    My next races: X-Bionic Challenge '11, GF San Martino delle Scale '11
    I'm enjoying my Scott Addict R2 and my Scale 10 too much!

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    Here it is another picture:

    My last races: La Vecia Ferovia '10, Gimondi Bike '10
    My next races: X-Bionic Challenge '11, GF San Martino delle Scale '11
    I'm enjoying my Scott Addict R2 and my Scale 10 too much!

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    Here its the features list:

    Addict R2 2010 frameset
    SRAM RED crankset 50/34, cassette 11/26
    Fulcrum Racing Zero
    Selle Italia SLR Kit carbon 125 grams
    Ritchey WCS stem Wetblack
    Ritchey WCS Logic II bar Wetblack
    991 carbon bottlecage
    Look Keo titanium Pinarello edition
    Polar CS200 with cadence kit

    It's 6,75 kg, 14,90 lbs! Just perfect.
    My last races: La Vecia Ferovia '10, Gimondi Bike '10
    My next races: X-Bionic Challenge '11, GF San Martino delle Scale '11
    I'm enjoying my Scott Addict R2 and my Scale 10 too much!

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    very nice congrats!

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    2010 cr1 pro or addict r2 2010

    Hello,
    Which one is a better deal for the money?

    Please help!

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    wow! just beautiful!

    That is one hot rod!

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    I will order my ADDICT R2 ON FRIDAY!

    I just sold my 2006 ORBEA ORCA on E-BAY this week and as soon as the money hits paypal I am buying my addict r2.

    OH YEAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by julio01
    Hello,
    Which one is a better deal for the money?

    Please help!
    addict and cr1 are two different serving frames so you're asking the wrong question. are you looking for a more relaxed fit or a race oriented bike? just note that addict=race and cr1=sport. you've got some researching to do

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    scott cr2

    I decided to get the CR2 2010, I paid 3100 at SUN AND SKI in Dallas,TX.
    I paid 50% down and left 3 post dated cks for the remaining balance.
    They gave me a free computer and lifetime tune-ups with the bike.

    I know I sound like I commercial for this store, but what a gem of a store for bikers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppower
    Here it is another picture:

    That's just awesome! I wanna ride it!!!

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    Glad to see all the well deserved enthusiasm for the new Addict! I road tested the bike for about 40 miles and was drooling with my impressions at the end. I was so impressed I decided to sell my 08 Cannondale Six. Currently, I am waiting for my 2010 Addict R3 to be completed in about a week. I decided to buy the R3 since its the same frame as the R1 and was able to save a LOT of money by shopping on Ebay for all new components meeting my exact requirements. I did the same thing with the Cannondale and saved a bundle as well. The bike shop tells me they expect the final product to weigh in around 13.5 pounds. I do everything with my bike including race events (marathon and crits), centuries, climbing, charity & club rides, you name it, so I needed a setup that can do it all without having to swap parts all the time. the result of my quest ended with the following specs.

    2010 Scott Addict R3 54cm (Custom Build)
    Full Dura Ace 7900 Group
    --50/34 with 11/25 Cassette
    2010 Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL Wheels
    Michelin Pro Race 3 Tires
    Allay Pro 2.1 Saddle
    FSA K-Wing Carbon Handlebar
    FSA OS-115 Stem
    FSA Orbit Carbon Integrated Headset
    FSA K-Force Light Carbon Seatpost
    Elite Carbon Cages

    I will post pictures when its ready!
    Last edited by MCAddictR3; 02-24-2010 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppower
    My build is still under construction. The frameset and the groupset arrived both before the mid of November, but I had to wait more than 50 days in order to get the SRAM RED crankset adaptor for BB-PF86 builtin bottom bracket.

    Tomorrow or saturday it will be the final day!
    I'm doing the exact same build. Just wondering where you got the BB-PF86 from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict2010
    I'm doing the exact same build. Just wondering where you got the BB-PF86 from?
    My bike store got it from the Italian SRAM distributor, although they were wrong twice, before sending the right one.
    My last races: La Vecia Ferovia '10, Gimondi Bike '10
    My next races: X-Bionic Challenge '11, GF San Martino delle Scale '11
    I'm enjoying my Scott Addict R2 and my Scale 10 too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppower
    My bike store got it from the Italian SRAM distributor, although they were wrong twice, before sending the right one.
    Do you have a picture of what it look like?

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    McaddictR3

    Addict R3 completely different frame than Addict R1 as farasi am aware, 2 completely different carbons!

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    2010 Addict frame material

    Quote Originally Posted by renotree
    Addict R3 completely different frame than Addict R1 as farasi am aware, 2 completely different carbons!
    renotree,
    actually the 2010 R1 and R3 frame material is the same Scott Addict HMF NET carbon. The only difference is that the R1 is a dura ace build and R3 is 105. Also the wheels are upgraded. The upgrade in carbon is with the LTD, the top of the line of the Addicts which has the hmx carbon at about 100 grams lighter.

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    in any case "completely different" might be a little of an overstatement, even in the case of the LTD.

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    2010 R1 is HMX net, R2 is HMF net. Different carbons!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict2010
    Do you have a picture of what it look like?
    Here it is the picture of the matching on my bike. Please don't blame me because I didn't clean up...

    My last races: La Vecia Ferovia '10, Gimondi Bike '10
    My next races: X-Bionic Challenge '11, GF San Martino delle Scale '11
    I'm enjoying my Scott Addict R2 and my Scale 10 too much!

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    My SCOTT is finally ready for the road. It is running the SRAM Groupset - everything is RED except for Calipers which is Rival and the Crank which is the s900. It has custom built wheels, 3T Pro handlebar and Sella Italia Saddle. I am yet to ride it but as it is it weights in at 6.95kgs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict2010
    My SCOTT is finally ready for the road. It is running the SRAM Groupset - everything is RED except for Calipers which is Rival and the Crank which is the s900. It has custom built wheels, 3T Pro handlebar and Sella Italia Saddle. I am yet to ride it but as it is it weights in at 6.95kgs.

    Nice bike.....

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    I have been riding my 2010 R2 since January, I probably have 800 miles on it. I upgraded the wheels to the Dura Ace wheels, D.A. Cassette (stock was Ultegra), FSA Kwing carbon bars, Toupe saddle, Zero G brakes. Bike weighs 15 lbs 14 oz with clinchers and Ultegra. Didn't like the bike at first (stiff ride) but now I love it, particularly in racing/competitive riding situations. I realized that the stiff rear triangle beats you up a bit on some of the rough chip/seal road surfaces around here, but the bike climbs, descends and hammers like nothing else. LIGHT, tight and right.







    The more I ride it, the more I like it. Great bike. But for racing. Tough bike for more casual riders.

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