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    Scott 2014: Rumors, speculation, hopes, expectations, etc.? Post here!

    So we know there's at least two new MTBs, the Scale 700s (650b / 27.5") already announced. Anyone else hear or expect anything for '14?

    Is either the CR1 or Foil due for an update / refresh / overhaul?

    Other changeups in the lineup?

    Yeah, I know it's barely the 2013 season...

    Here's the place to put your thoughts.

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    I'll start...CR1 with optional disc brake tabs. There, I said it. I might not even want or need it, but hey, times be changing...

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    Swiss team IAM Cycling has been riding new Scott Addict prototypes/models.

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    The official release of the 2014 Addict and the new Solace. Wonder if they're keeping the CR1 since the Solace is an endurance frame.

    Scott Launch Lighter Addict And New Solace Road Bikes - Updated With Prices And Weights - BikeRadar

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwoo86 View Post
    The official release of the 2014 Addict and the new Solace. Wonder if they're keeping the CR1 since the Solace is an endurance frame.

    Scott Launch Lighter Addict And New Solace Road Bikes - Updated With Prices And Weights - BikeRadar
    Yeah I'm a little confused...The Solace will be a CR1 replacement??? Gives it a real name and I think it was time to update the CR1 line...

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    For those who speak / read Italian ( or don't ) :

    Scott Addict e Solace 2014 | Bdc-forum.it | Bici da corsa

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    The geometry actually looks pretty similar (except for the seat stays).
    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    The Addict and Solace now updated with prices... and the CR1 is now the entry level bike. No mention of whether they are getting rid of the Speedster.

    Scott launches new Solace endurance frame, updates Addict

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    I'm interested but 2550 seems high for a 105 equipped bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by cwoo86 View Post
    The Addict and Solace now updated with prices... and the CR1 is now the entry level bike. No mention of whether they are getting rid of the Speedster.

    Scott launches new Solace endurance frame, updates Addict

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    Quote Originally Posted by dje31 View Post
    For those who speak / read Italian ( or don't ) :

    Scott Addict e Solace 2014 | Bdc-forum.it | Bici da corsa
    Google Chrome will translate any page.

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    Scott Addict 10 (Shimano Ultegra 6800)

    ?????-ITEM-?Y's Road ???

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    I wish this black trend would end,theres nothing to differentiate them from other manufacturers,very bland & boring,rest in peace(theyre already dressed for it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by vette View Post
    I wish this black trend would end,theres nothing to differentiate them from other manufacturers,very bland & boring,rest in peace(theyre already dressed for it).
    It would be nice if Scott (and for that matter other's bike companies that don't) would offer at least two different color choices for each model.

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    FYI, the 2014 lineup is on the US site. I guess since Eurobike is on, the cat is offically out of the bag

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    Scott 2014: Rumors, speculation, hopes, expectations, etc.? Post here!

    Quote Originally Posted by dje31 View Post
    FYI, the 2014 lineup is on the US site. I guess since Eurobike is on, the cat is offically out of the bag
    Indeed, the new Scott Addict SL is 12.9 lbs declared! And I love the internal battery setup for the Di2 models.

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    You know, my front runner was the 2014 Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Black Inc., but that Solace Premium is awfully tempting. Not sure about that low-mounted rear brake, though...

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    Also, does anyone know who makes the carbon rims for Syncros? The hubs are at least partially DT Swiss, at least for internals.

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    Re: Scott 2014: Rumors, speculation, hopes, expectations, etc.? Post here!

    Quote Originally Posted by cwoo86 View Post
    The Addict and Solace now updated with prices... and the CR1 is now the entry level bike. No mention of whether they are getting rid of the Speedster.

    Scott launches new Solace endurance frame, updates Addict
    In was bummed to see the Solace only listed on their site with [STRIKE] 53/39 cranks and[/STRIKE] no SRAM builds.

    Edit: I saw the compact builds.
    Last edited by geekjimmy; 09-07-2013 at 04:12 AM.

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    I was surprised to see a semi-compact 52-36 on the Solace Premium. It would be fine for local riding, but I'd almost certainly want 50-34 for trips to the mountains.

    I still wish they'd do a 51-34, personally, but 51T chainrings are rare as hen's teeth. But it fits into SRAM's idea from a couple of years ago that the ideal ratio and shifting on a double ring setup occurs when the big is 1.5x the small, FWIW.

    Of course, with Di2, that becomes pretty much irrelevant.

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