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Scott Addict 10 Rival AXS Disc Carbon Road Race Bike - 61cm

Scott Addict 10 Rival AXS Disc Carbon Road Race Bike - 61cm

Regular price £1,999.99 GBP
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Broximo Prestige Steeds proudly stocks this Scott Addict 10 Carbon Disc Road Bike

Size: 61cm but check the geometries or get in touch to confirm whether this bike will fit you. 

RRP:  £3,149

Specification

  • Frame:  Addict Disc HMF Carbon frame with Internal cable routing and Syncros fender kit ready with Addict HMF Disc 1 1/4"-1 1/2" Eccentric Carbon fork.
  • Gears:  SRAM Rival eTap AXS 12s wireless electronic groupset.
  • Brakes:  SRAM Rival Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Wheels:  Syncros RP2.0 Disc
  • Tires:  TBC
  • Handlebars:  Syncros Creston 2.0 aluminum handlebar with Syncros RR2.0 stem 
  • Seatpost & Saddle: Syncros Duncan 1.0 seatpost with Syncros Tofino Regular 2.0 saddle

Description

Scott's Addict 10 is a well-priced endurance bike with a high-performance ride. It has a firm feel to it, but the carbon layup helps keep the comfort levels up, and the SRAM Rival AXS groupset adds to the efficiency.

The front end feels very tight. The amount of material in the head tube makes it stiff enough to cope with steering loads when hammering downhill, and the stiffness of the fork plays its part too, especially under heavy braking forces when scrubbing off high speeds.  The down tube's profile is huge, most noticeable at the bottom bracket shell, making full use of that width to repel the forces from hard pedalling efforts. The chunky chainstays help keep the rear wheel in check, too.  If you want speed and fun the Addict definitely delivers.

The steering is fast enough for high-speed descents, it enables you to push hard through the corners with precision, but thanks to the front end not being twitchy, or the steering really quick, it boosts confidence even if you're not the most fearless descended.  The wheelbase, at just over a metre, gives the Addict a composed but still relatively nimble feeling, great for making good progress on unfamiliar roads or on far from perfect surfaces.

One of the most notable thing about the Addict is its clean lines, thanks to a complete lack of any external cables, hoses or wires.  The frame, fork and components have been designed to work as an integrated solution, between them running all of the hoses, wires and cables internally from the levers until they exit next to the components they are connected to. It looks cool, and you get a small amount of an aero boost no doubt.  The quality of the frame and fork is high, and I think the blue paint job makes the Scott look more expensive than it actually is, though you aren't getting all of the neat touches found on the higher spec Addict RC models, which use the lighter HMX frame and fork.

The Addict 10 comes with SRAM's entry-level wireless electronic shifting Rival AXS groupset.  A quick breakdown: it's a completely wireless system that is very easy to set up and adjust should the need arise, as there is just a single button on each lever to change gear.  In terms of shifting speed and quality it's great, and even though it is all electronic there is good feedback from the button to let you know the chain has moved. 

The wheels are shallow, so there is no aero advantage to be had, but they performed well enough in terms of weight for acceleration and climbing. Stiffness is pretty good, and you won't have any issues with durability.  For a road bike, the Addict has impressive tyre clearance, highlighted by the fact that it comes fitted with 32mm tyres as standard.

The Scott Addict 10 is ideal if you want a road bike that's stiff and fast but not super-fast, with the twitchy handling that often accompanies it. It rides very well, and Scott has managed to just keep it on the comfortable side of harsh.

Condition

TBC

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