|Permissible total weight||120 kg|
|Range of use||Cross country, Enduro, Sports|
|Colour||Black, Dark grey|
|Frame design||Hard tail MTB frame|
|Further frame features||Scale 3 | IMP technology | HMF BB92 | SW DM dropouts for Boost 12x148mm SDS2 advanced Shock & Standing Damping System | ICCR Cable routing
|Fork||FOX 32 Float Rhythm Grip 3 | 3-Modes | 15x110mm QR axle | tapered steerer Reb. Adj. | Lockout|
|Travel in mm||100mm|
|Gear Type||Derailleur gears|
|Number of gears||12|
|Shifting system type||Shimano XT RD-M8100 SGS Shadow Plus|
|Shift lever||Shimano SLX SL-M7100-R | Rapidfire Plus|
|Cassette||Shimano SLX CS-M7100-12 | 10-51 Teeth|
|Crankset||Shimano FC-MT610 | 32 Teeth|
|Handlebar type||Syncros Fraser 2.0 | Alloy 6061 T shape Flat | 9° | 740mm Syncros Pro lock-on grips|
|Stem angle adjustable?||No|
|Headset||Syncros Pro Drop in | Tapered 1.5"-1 1/8" | Bearing diameter size 42mm and 52mm|
|Saddle||Syncros Belcarra Regular 2.0 | CRMO rails|
|Seat post type||Syncros Duncan 2.0 | 10mm offset | 31.6x400mm|
|Brake||Shimano MT501 Disc | 180mm | SM-RT56 rotor|
|Front brake technique||Hydraulic disk brake|
|Brake (Rear)||Shimano MT501 Disc | 160mm | SM-RT56 rotor|
|Rear brake technique||Hydraulic disk brake|
|Rims||Syncros X-25 | 32H | 25mm | Tubeless ready|
|Rim size||29 inches|
|Spokes||Stainless Black 15G | 1.8mm|
|Tyres||WTB Ranger | Kevlar|
|Tyre size||29 inches|
|Pedals||Platform pedals included|
Scale 925 by Scott
The SCOTT Scale 925 has geometry inspired by racing at the highest level. A Shimano 12-speed drivetrain and Syncros components combine to give you a hard tail that is just itching to finish first.
ICCR Cable routing
On the Scale, Spark, Genius and Ransom, to provide a clean look and a functional solution for all the different control cable standards on the market, cable routing is fully internal and designed for full length cable housing. Routing the cables internally omits bulky external hardware and looks cleaner. The cables can endure a longer lifetime as they are protected within the frame. The entry points are machined alloy removable inserts that come along with the frame and can be chosen according to the setup of the bike. Assembling an electronic group or a dropper post will not be a problem and the look will always be clean-cut.
With the proper selection of materials, eighty percent of the work to create a frame is done. But the remaining twenty percent requires most of our efforts. For this reason, our choice of the most advanced carbon fibers in the market is followed by intensive use of specific tools, like FEA(finite element analysis) software, to map out the carbon lay-up. With FEA software, we can simulate different forces on a virtual model of the frame and adjust the frame construction accordingly. FEA software enables us to create complete virtual prototypes incorporating all the physical phenomena that exist in real-world environments.
With our Evo-Lap technology we model the frame to optimize the surfacearea, simulate tube structures with different ply orientations, observethe results of using diff erent configurations, and test the stress distribution in different areas of the frame. Thanks to this extensive computer modeling, we’ve optimized the carbon layers in all the parts of our frame. When the parts were bonded together in the first prototypes, the result was a super light and compact frame without a sacrifice in the stiffness, comfort or impact resistance. The entire range benefitted from our EvoLap technology.
On the Scale, Spark, Genius, Ransom and Gambler we’ve redesigned all the parts that can give us significant benefits in terms of performance and functionality. On the previous model the support of the dropout was a bulky additional part molded to the carbon chain stay. The new dropouts are designed to be integrated on the thru-axle system thanks to a hollow tubular design that allows a simple and light weight structure. Available for SRAM and Shimano DM derailleurs, this dropout increases the stiffnessand avoids damage to the frame in case of impacts on the rear derailleur.
The improved rolling behaviour is the most important advantage offered by 29" wheels. The large wheels make it easier to ride on difficult surfaces such as roots or stones. Another important aspect is the higher traction compared to 26" wheels due to the larger tyre contact patch.
- best roll-over properties
- best flywheel mass
- maximum traction surface
- best stability on simple trails
- minimum load on the suspension
- well suited for large frame sizes
- improved stability with large curve radii