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Scott 2011 Bike Catalogue


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Hi Guys

 

Here is a link for the Scott range of bikes for the 2011 season.

 

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Looks awesome and no I do not work for Probike.

 

Enjoy browsing.

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The Sparks are awesome, saw the complete Spark range at Leigh's Cycle centre yesterday.

Hmmm, bought my Ghost on Friday.

Not to sure if thier weights are correct, would love to put them on a scale.

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Craig if you put a Spark onto a Scale does that make it a Tandem?

 

I have last years model Spark 40 and they are seriously good bikes.

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Damn I had some time to go and look at all the equipment and other products, didn't realize that Scott had such a huge product range.

 

Now to get Probike to start bringing a wider range into South Africa :D

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It is a seriously good looking machine! but maybe you should consider changing your hub name now to NotsoFeltCrazyanymore :P

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Hi guys just thought I'd share with you my new Spark 40... :D

 

It's ugly... It's ugly... I don't want one of those... I don't want one of those... :P

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Where can you find prices for the entire range? :huh:

 

Maybe find a LBS near you and go have a chat to them. Go and search for dealers on the

Probike website My link

 

Why would you want prices for the entire range??? ;)

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Maybe find a LBS near you and go have a chat to them. Go and search for dealers on the

Probike website My link

 

Why would you want prices for the entire range??? ;)

 

Well the range that goes from R8000 down would be fine ;)

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Well the range that goes from R8000 down would be fine ;)

 

Are you looking for a dual sus? will try to find out at what point they start from the rep.

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