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We tested the Scott E-Sub Tour electric bike and the Bosch Active Line. Both good products, but that can be developed more to be more competitive with other brands.

Score 8

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The Scott Addict CX10 is claimed to have the lightest cyclocross frameset in the world. The size medium bike we have in for test here weighs 7.73kg.

Bike of the Year Scott Foil Team Issue

Of all the new bikes that are arriving in 2016, the Scott Foil has received one of the most radical makeovers, with a completely new aero frame which thankfully addresses…

Score 9

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This Scott Speedster 50’s design and paint job belie its low price and make it look like a much higher-spec ride. The slick looks and slight aero profiling to the down…

Score 7

Scott Addict 30

The Scott Addict 30 has a great lightweight frame with faultless power transfer, although is let down by the incomplete 105 groupset

Score 7


With the Addict and Foil at the top end of Scott’s carbon race bike tree, and the CR1 very capably manning the fort in the sportive battle-zone, it might not…

Score 9

Scott Speedster S30

When it comes to bikes, you really can get something grand for a grand ? here?s the proof

Score 8

Scott Foil R1

We test three new additions to the carbon-fibre, aero road bike market from Boardman, Scott and Litespeed

Score 8

Scott CR1 Pro

Scott's reworking of the popular CR1, now designed for long-distance rides and priced £2,499

Score 9