Wednesday, July 1, 2015

2015 Scott CR1 Road Bike VIDEO REVIEW | Circle City Bicycles

2015 Scott CR1: Perfect Balance of Performance and Comfort 





Bill Hannah of Circle City Bicycles brings you a review of the 2015 Scott CR1.

A full carbon bike (including the fork) gives you a lighter frame as well as helping to absorb more of the shock from the road with it's greater vertical compliance.

The Shimano 105 components have more carbon alloy parts than less expensive bikes, further adding to the long-term value of this bike.

Frame:
CR1 Carbon / IMP Carbon technology / Road Comfort geometry / INT BB

Fork:
CR1 Carbon
1 1/8" Carbon steerer
Alloy Dropout

Headset:
Ritchey Int. Cartridge

Rear Derailleur:
Triple: Shimano 105 Black RD-5701-GS
30 Speed
Compact: Shimano 105 Black RD-5801-GS
22 Speed

Front Derailleur:
Triple: Shimano Tiagra FD-4603
Compact: Shimano 105 Black FD-5800

Shifters:
Triple_ Shimano 105 Black ST-5700
Dual control 30 Speed
Compact: Shimano 105 Black ST-5800

Brakes:
Shimano BR-R561 Black
Super SLR Dual pivot

Crankset:
Triple: Shimano FC-R563 Black
Hyperdrive 30/39/50 T
Compact: Shimano FC-RS500 Black
Hyperdrive 34x50 T

BB-Set:
Shimano SM - BB4600

Handlebar:
Syncros RR2.0
Anatomic 31.8mm

Handlebar Stem:
Syncros FL2.0
1 1/8" / four Bolt 31.8mm

Seatpost:
Syncros RR1.4 Carbon/AL 31.6

Seat:
Syncros Road Endurance

Hub (Front):
Formula Team 20 H

Hub (Rear):
Formula Team 24 H

Chain:
KMC X10

Cassette:
Triple: Shimano 105 CS-4600
12-30T
Compact: Shimano 105 CS-5800
11-32T

Spokes:
CN - AERO
Black 2mm

Rims:
Syncros Race 27 Aero Profile
20 Front / 24 Rear

Tires:
Schwalbe Lugano
700 × 23C





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5506 Madison Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227
(317) 786-9244


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