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Scott CR1 Pro (2012)


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Brand Scott
ModelCR1 Pro
Size47, 49, 52, 54, 56, 58, 61


Bottom bracket20-Speed and compact: INT Dura-Ace SM-BB9141. 30-Speed: Shimano Ultegra SM-FC 6700
BrakesShimano Ultegra BR-6700 grey, Super SLR Dual pivot
CassetteShimano Ultegra CS-6700. 20-Speed: 11-25 T. Compact and 30-Speed: 11-28 T
ChainShimano Ultegra 20-Speed and Compact: CN-6700 / 30-Speed: CN-6600
CranksetShimano Ultegra grey, Hollowtech II. 20-Speed: FC-6700, 53 x 39 T. Compact: FC-6750, 50 x 34 T. 30-Speed: FC-6703, 53 x 39 x 30 T
FeaturesDesign and Shape 

The overall frame design combines fluidity with functional, mechanical concepts. Smooth, continuous lines extend from the head tube and along the top tube. Each portion of the frame and fork was designed in unison to create an aesthetic that is both functional and visually appealing.

Carbon Fork featuring SDS 

The new 330 gram (.72 lb) CR1 fork has an improved shape and carbon dropouts. Now featuring SDS, the CR1 fork provides maximum comfort without compromising steering control. It is lightweight and very stable, providing the utmost performance whether climbing or descending.

S-bend Construction 

Each tube profile is designed to absorb both abrupt and high frequency vertical input with no compromise in lateral stiffness. We’ve created an original tube shape that allows controlled deformation in the rear triangle called an S-bend. The SDS rear stays enable this S-bend deformation via unique tube structure, thickness, and shape in specific sections of the chain stays, seat stays and fork.

SDS: Shock Damping System 

SDS minimizes high frequency vibration from the road, enabling a damping effect without losing performance. SCOTT has engineered a balance of vertical compliance (a measure of how smoothly a bike rides) and lateral stiffness (associated with responsiveness during sprinting, acceleration, and climbing) in both the rear triangle and the fork. By maximizing vertical compliance, SDS cancels road vibrations, increasing rider confidence, stability and comfort. Found on CR1 and Scale.

IMP Carbon Mainframe

Our engineers have developed IMP™, the newest technology applied to carbon production. Our proprietary process allows for lighter construction by removing 11% of the material from the headtube intersection while increasing strength by utilizing high modulus stressed fibers for more precise fiber placement in critical areas. To compliment the IMP™ process, our frames benefit from our Naked External Tubeset™ which eliminates the cosmetic carbon layer to shave precious grams. Both HMX and HMF fibers are used in our carbon frames ensuring the utmost durability, security, and longevity for the frame."
Fork typeScott CR1 HMF NET, 1 1/8Ò Carbon steerer, Integrated Carbon Dropout
Frame typeScott CR1 HMF NET, IMP Carbon technology, Road Comfort geometry 20-Speed and compact: Integrated BB. 30-Speed: Standard BB
Front derailleurShimano Ultegra grey. 20-Speed and compact: FD-6700, 20 Speed. 30-Speed: FD-6703, 30 Speed
HeadsetRitchey Int. Cartridge
Hub frontMavic Ksyrium Elite 11 black
Hub rearMavic Ksyrium Elite 11 black
Rear derailleurShimano Ultegra grey.20-Speed and compact: RD-6700, 20 Speed. 30-Speed: RD-6703, 30 Speed
Recommended forRoad, Club Ride, Elite Club Ride, Road Race
Rims typeMavic Ksyrium Elite 11 black, 18 Front / 20 Rear
SaddleScott Road Pro SL
ShiftersShimano Ultegra Carbon, Dual control. 20-Speed and compact: ST-6700, 20 Speed. 30-Speed: ST-6703, 30 Speed
SpokesMavic Ksyrium Elite 11 black
StemScott Road Pilot Pro OS, 1 1/8, four Bolt 31.8 mm
TiresContinental Ultra Race fold, 700 x 23
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