2017 Scott Addict 20 Disc

2017 Scott Addict 20 Disc

The Addict 20 Disc comes with all the great features of the Addict, but is equipped with disc brakes. A lightweight HMF Carbon frame and fork, Syncros components and Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes combine to create a lightning fast climber that performs at its best in ALL weather conditions.

  • The Addict 20 Disc features a HMF Carbon frame and forks, with a Shimano Ultegra 22-speed hydraulic disc groupset.

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2017 Scott Addict

Born from the synthesis of professional racing and a light weight obsession, the Addict is a true race bike with the right balance of aggressive geometry, overall system weight and abundant power transfer.

The original Addict tipped the scales at 790g (plus forks) and at the time no other frame came close to this benchmark. The 2017 frame and forks together weigh less than 1000g, are 8% lighter than their predecessor and make no compromises along the way. The 2017 Addict is a flawless climber, a textbook road racer, and light enough to tempt the weight weenie in all of us.

New for 2017 is the Addict Disc, bringing the control and power of disc braking to the high-performance lightweight word of the Addict. The Addict Disc has been redesigned almost entirely in order to accommodate disc brakes, while maintaining one of its key features: low weight.  The frame sports a rear triangle and fork that have been designed from scratch - they are not just modified versions of the rim brake Addict - bringing flat mount brake bosses, increased tyre clearance and disc specific cable routing.

"Few can challenge the Addict's particular blend of refinement and killer poise. It's one of the great climber's bikes of our times, but its abilities aren't limited to heading uphill – it's a true all-rounder that acquits itself well whether you're carving down technical mountain descents or bumping over potholes on British lanes." Bike Radar

GEOMETRY: The Addict uses a race geometry that meets the requirements of professional riders and sportive customers who prefer a more aggressive position on the bike and a very direct handling of the bike.

F01 AERO TECH: Scott drew upon their F01 technology tube shapes to create F01-X125 which uses the same truncated airfoil and radius in a lighter chassis. They reduced drag by a factor of 25% over the old round tube Addict resulting in a 7.8% wattage decrease to propel the bike at 45km/h.  Those are some powerful numbers for the average rider and especially for the road racer.

ADDICT DISC FRAME: The SCOTT engineers set out to design a disc verison of the Addict frame with the least possible weight addition which they achieved: the HMX Carbon model is a no-compromise disc brake frame that weighs just 60g more than the rim-brake HMX counterpart.

"It didn’t matter which model I was on, the Addict was an easy bike to ride. The bike soaked up a lot of road buzz while its poise was always assured and confidence-inspiring. It’s a combination that really shone on long rides. Scott doesn’t categorise the Addict as an endurance or fondo bike, but it is perfect for epic rides for those riders that prefer more aggressive race-oriented geometry.Cycling Tips

For the new model year we are offering exclusive Epic Wheel Upgrade packages across most of the Scott range, in addition to the standard specifications of course, that feature high-performance upgraded wheels at minimal cost. We also have extensive stocks of the standard specification bikes at everyday low prices - please contact us for up to date prices on these models.

Additional information

Frame

Addict Disc HMF / IMP Carbon technology, Road Race geometry, Replaceable Dropout

Fork

Addict HMF Flatmount Disc, 1 1/8” – 1 1/4” Carbon steerer, Carbon Dropout

STI Levers

Shimano RS685 22 speed Hydraulic Disc

Chainset

Shimano Ultegra Pro-Compact, Hollowtech II 52x36T

Front Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Ultegra

Brake Callipers

Shimano RS805 22 speed Hydraulic Disc, 160mm Rotors front and rear

Cassette

Shimano 5800 11 speed 11-28T

Handlebars

Syncros RR2.0 Anatomic 31.8mm

Stem

Syncros RR2.0

Seatpost

Syncros Carbon FL1.0 27.2mm

Saddle

Syncros RR2.0

Wheels

Syncros RP2.0 Disc

Tyres

Continental Grand Sport Race 700x28c

Colour

White, Black, Red – Gloss

2017 Scott Addict

Born from the synthesis of professional racing and a light weight obsession, the Addict is a true race bike with the right balance of aggressive geometry, overall system weight and abundant power transfer.

The original Addict tipped the scales at 790g (plus forks) and at the time no other frame came close to this benchmark. The 2017 frame and forks together weigh less than 1000g, are 8% lighter than their predecessor and make no compromises along the way. The 2017 Addict is a flawless climber, a textbook road racer, and light enough to tempt the weight weenie in all of us.

New for 2017 is the Addict Disc, bringing the control and power of disc braking to the high-performance lightweight word of the Addict. The Addict Disc has been redesigned almost entirely in order to accommodate disc brakes, while maintaining one of its key features: low weight.  The frame sports a rear triangle and fork that have been designed from scratch - they are not just modified versions of the rim brake Addict - bringing flat mount brake bosses, increased tyre clearance and disc specific cable routing.

"Few can challenge the Addict's particular blend of refinement and killer poise. It's one of the great climber's bikes of our times, but its abilities aren't limited to heading uphill – it's a true all-rounder that acquits itself well whether you're carving down technical mountain descents or bumping over potholes on British lanes." Bike Radar

GEOMETRY: The Addict uses a race geometry that meets the requirements of professional riders and sportive customers who prefer a more aggressive position on the bike and a very direct handling of the bike.

F01 AERO TECH: Scott drew upon their F01 technology tube shapes to create F01-X125 which uses the same truncated airfoil and radius in a lighter chassis. They reduced drag by a factor of 25% over the old round tube Addict resulting in a 7.8% wattage decrease to propel the bike at 45km/h.  Those are some powerful numbers for the average rider and especially for the road racer.

ADDICT DISC FRAME: The SCOTT engineers set out to design a disc verison of the Addict frame with the least possible weight addition which they achieved: the HMX Carbon model is a no-compromise disc brake frame that weighs just 60g more than the rim-brake HMX counterpart.

"It didn’t matter which model I was on, the Addict was an easy bike to ride. The bike soaked up a lot of road buzz while its poise was always assured and confidence-inspiring. It’s a combination that really shone on long rides. Scott doesn’t categorise the Addict as an endurance or fondo bike, but it is perfect for epic rides for those riders that prefer more aggressive race-oriented geometry.Cycling Tips

For the new model year we are offering exclusive Epic Wheel Upgrade packages across most of the Scott range, in addition to the standard specifications of course, that feature high-performance upgraded wheels at minimal cost. We also have extensive stocks of the standard specification bikes at everyday low prices - please contact us for up to date prices on these models.

2017 Scott Addict

Born from the synthesis of professional racing and a light weight obsession, the Addict is a true race bike with the right balance of aggressive geometry, overall system weight and abundant power transfer.

The original Addict tipped the scales at 790g (plus forks) and at the time no other frame came close to this benchmark. The 2017 frame and forks together weigh less than 1000g, are 8% lighter than their predecessor and make no compromises along the way. The 2017 Addict is a flawless climber, a textbook road racer, and light enough to tempt the weight weenie in all of us.

New for 2017 is the Addict Disc, bringing the control and power of disc braking to the high-performance lightweight word of the Addict. The Addict Disc has been redesigned almost entirely in order to accommodate disc brakes, while maintaining one of its key features: low weight.  The frame sports a rear triangle and fork that have been designed from scratch - they are not just modified versions of the rim brake Addict - bringing flat mount brake bosses, increased tyre clearance and disc specific cable routing.

"Few can challenge the Addict's particular blend of refinement and killer poise. It's one of the great climber's bikes of our times, but its abilities aren't limited to heading uphill – it's a true all-rounder that acquits itself well whether you're carving down technical mountain descents or bumping over potholes on British lanes." Bike Radar

GEOMETRY: The Addict uses a race geometry that meets the requirements of professional riders and sportive customers who prefer a more aggressive position on the bike and a very direct handling of the bike.

F01 AERO TECH: Scott drew upon their F01 technology tube shapes to create F01-X125 which uses the same truncated airfoil and radius in a lighter chassis. They reduced drag by a factor of 25% over the old round tube Addict resulting in a 7.8% wattage decrease to propel the bike at 45km/h.  Those are some powerful numbers for the average rider and especially for the road racer.

ADDICT DISC FRAME: The SCOTT engineers set out to design a disc verison of the Addict frame with the least possible weight addition which they achieved: the HMX Carbon model is a no-compromise disc brake frame that weighs just 60g more than the rim-brake HMX counterpart.

"It didn’t matter which model I was on, the Addict was an easy bike to ride. The bike soaked up a lot of road buzz while its poise was always assured and confidence-inspiring. It’s a combination that really shone on long rides. Scott doesn’t categorise the Addict as an endurance or fondo bike, but it is perfect for epic rides for those riders that prefer more aggressive race-oriented geometry.Cycling Tips

For the new model year we are offering exclusive Epic Wheel Upgrade packages across most of the Scott range, in addition to the standard specifications of course, that feature high-performance upgraded wheels at minimal cost. We also have extensive stocks of the standard specification bikes at everyday low prices - please contact us for up to date prices on these models.

2017 Scott Addict

Born from the synthesis of professional racing and a light weight obsession, the Addict is a true race bike with the right balance of aggressive geometry, overall system weight and abundant power transfer.

The original Addict tipped the scales at 790g (plus forks) and at the time no other frame came close to this benchmark. The 2017 frame and forks together weigh less than 1000g, are 8% lighter than their predecessor and make no compromises along the way. The 2017 Addict is a flawless climber, a textbook road racer, and light enough to tempt the weight weenie in all of us.

New for 2017 is the Addict Disc, bringing the control and power of disc braking to the high-performance lightweight word of the Addict. The Addict Disc has been redesigned almost entirely in order to accommodate disc brakes, while maintaining one of its key features: low weight.  The frame sports a rear triangle and fork that have been designed from scratch - they are not just modified versions of the rim brake Addict - bringing flat mount brake bosses, increased tyre clearance and disc specific cable routing.

"Few can challenge the Addict's particular blend of refinement and killer poise. It's one of the great climber's bikes of our times, but its abilities aren't limited to heading uphill – it's a true all-rounder that acquits itself well whether you're carving down technical mountain descents or bumping over potholes on British lanes." Bike Radar

GEOMETRY: The Addict uses a race geometry that meets the requirements of professional riders and sportive customers who prefer a more aggressive position on the bike and a very direct handling of the bike.

F01 AERO TECH: Scott drew upon their F01 technology tube shapes to create F01-X125 which uses the same truncated airfoil and radius in a lighter chassis. They reduced drag by a factor of 25% over the old round tube Addict resulting in a 7.8% wattage decrease to propel the bike at 45km/h.  Those are some powerful numbers for the average rider and especially for the road racer.

ADDICT DISC FRAME: The SCOTT engineers set out to design a disc verison of the Addict frame with the least possible weight addition which they achieved: the HMX Carbon model is a no-compromise disc brake frame that weighs just 60g more than the rim-brake HMX counterpart.

"It didn’t matter which model I was on, the Addict was an easy bike to ride. The bike soaked up a lot of road buzz while its poise was always assured and confidence-inspiring. It’s a combination that really shone on long rides. Scott doesn’t categorise the Addict as an endurance or fondo bike, but it is perfect for epic rides for those riders that prefer more aggressive race-oriented geometry.Cycling Tips

For the new model year we are offering exclusive Epic Wheel Upgrade packages across most of the Scott range, in addition to the standard specifications of course, that feature high-performance upgraded wheels at minimal cost. We also have extensive stocks of the standard specification bikes at everyday low prices - please contact us for up to date prices on these models.

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