Scott Speedster S60 FB 2009

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Scott Speedster S60 FB
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Scott Speedster S60 FB
The real thing
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The bike

Marketing babble

  • Lightweight, hydroformed 7005 aluminum frame provides vertical stiffness best suited for fast acceleration off the line and responsive climbing power
  • Shimano derailleurs and shifters perform smoothly and dependably through all 24 speeds, letting you set your pace up hills and into headwinds
  • Truvativ ISOFLOW triple crankset is combined with the 12-26 cassette to provide gear combinations for every need
  • Wheelset includes Scott Comp hubs, Alex Race 24 Aero Profile rims and Hutchinson Flash 700x28 tires for a quick, stable ride
  • Flat handlebar creates a comfortable, upright riding position
  • Specification



    Frame 7005 Aluminum
    Fork Alloy
    Crankset Truvativ ISOFLOW 52/42/30
    Bottom bracket Truvativ 07BB
    Shifters Shimano ST
    Front derailleur Shimano RD-R443F
    Rear derailleur Shimano RD 2200
    Rear cogs Sram PG-850, 12-26, 8-speed
    (12-13-15-17-19-21-23-26 tooths)
    Brakes Shimano Sport L SCBR
    Brake levers Shimano ST
    Rims Alex Race 24 Aero Profile
    Front hub Scott Comp, 32h
    Rear hub Scott Comp, 32h
    Tires Hutchinson Flash, 700x28
    Handlebar Scott X-Rod
    Stem Scott Road Team
    Seat post Scott Alloy
    Saddle Scott Road Pro
    Pedals "test-pedals"
    Headset Integrated cartridge
    Chain KMC IG 51

    The pedals that came with the bicycle are of low quality. The bicycle is equiped with them in order to do a test-ride in or around the bicycle-shop. The black plastic pedals come with toe-clips.


    I bought the Speedster Flatbar on Sept. 18th 2009

    In order to use this bicycle for commuting it is equiped with an SKS - chromoplastic mudguard set and a Cordo carrier. It makes the bicycle heavier and it doen't improve the looks of it, but it makes the bicycle a lot more practical.