||Scott Speedster S35 CD18 road bike.
The Scott Speedster bikes are economical, lightweight and efficient. The shape optimized double-butted alloy tubing and proven geometry provide comfort and great handling. The Scott Speedster line features replaceable derailleur hangers and durable components to ensure long life and excellent value. If you just want to ride, let a Scott Speedster take care of the rest.
Weight 9.08 kg / 20.00 lbs.
Frame Double butted 6061 Alloy Tubing Hydroformed Chainstays Road geometry Integrated Headtube.
Fork Speedster Carbon/Alloy 1 1/8“ Alloy steerer Integrated.
Headset Integrated Steel Cup.
Derailleur (Rear) Shimano 105 RD-5700, new 2011, 18 Speed.
Derailleur (Front) Shimano Tiagra FD-4500.
Shifters Shimano Tiagra ST-4500, Dual control 18 Speed.
Brake Levers included in shiftlevers.
Brakes Scott Pro SCBR-520, Cartridge Pads.
Crankset Compact: Truvativ TOURO C 2.1, 50 x 34 T.
BB-Set Truvativ 07BB 68/108.
Handlebar Scott Road Pilot Pro Oversize 31.8mm, Anatomic.
H`stem Scott Road Pilot Pro / 4 bolt Oversize 31.8mm 1 1/8“ / 6° angle.
Seatpost Scott Alloy 31.6/300 mm.
Seat Scott Road Team.
Hub (Front) Scott Comp 20 H.
Hub (Rear) Scott Comp 24 H.
Chain Shimano CN-HG53.
Cassette Sram PG-950, 11-28T.
Spokes CN - Standard, Black 2 mm.
Rims Alex Race 28 Aero Profile, 20 Front / 24 Rear.
Tires Continental Ultra Sport 700 x 23 C.
Bikeradar Review Manufacturers description User reviews Wed 29 Dec 2010, 8:00 am UTCBy Cycling Plus
Scott`s Speedster S35 lives up to its name. This is a quick, enjoyable bike with no major vices and a thoroughly planted feel that’s deeply reassuring in bad weather and comforting on longer rides in the hills. Along with the cheaper S55, this is one of two UK-speciﬁc models in Scott`s Speedster range for 2011. They`re variants on the S30 and S50 respectively, with more space for mudguards and fatter tyres.
Frame: Tidy and forgiving, the S35’s frame wouldn’t be embarrassed by substantial equipment upgrading, and lends itself well to year-round adventures (8/10)
Handling: Predictable, accurate and surefooted, it doesn’t put a tyre wrong in poor conditions, yet remains light and inspiring for better days (9/10)
Equipment: Great to see Tiagra shifters and a well thought out gear range in an overall good spec, but we’d like mudguards in the package, and the brakes are unimpressive (8/10)
Wheels: Competent but not ﬂashy, the Alex rims, Scott-branded hubs and Continental tyres are tempting targets for eventual upgrades (9/10)