Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare
Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare

Scott Racing Crossteam bike - rare classic cyclocross / fast commuter *updated*

* Listing updated as below + more photos added, in response to the many questions and bids received for this bike, also reserve reduced *Here is a very nice and rare Scott Racing Crossteam cyclocross bike, from around 2004 I think.  The alloy frame is both light and strong (see size of downtube and extra bracing stays).  Without the commuter gear it weights less than 10kg in current setup.  Looks very good in black/yellow combination.Frame size is 55cm top tube, 56cm seat tube.  I'm just under 6' and it fits me well. I bought this secondhand a couple of years ago with the intention of using it to replace my hybrid commuter bike, but I can't get used to the drop bars and it seems a shame to fit flat bars to what is a bit of a classic.  It cost me around £300 and I have fitted another £100 of parts, also it has brand new Continental Grand Prix 5 season 28mmtyres fitted which are expensive - if it doesn't go for at least £300 I will change to WTBCross Wolf 32mm .It's just been properly set up and serviced (i.e. by me) including bottom bracket, hubs and headset which all run smoothly.  Cyclocross type brakes have been set tighter for road use and it has new 42T/52T chainrings for road use. Current specification as follows:Frame - Scott Alloy 7005 D.B AL2,1.27kgFork - Scottalloy 28.6mmCassette  - Shimano 9 SpeedShifters/brake levers - Shimano Ultegra/TiagraBrakes  - Shimano cantilever = just set up for road and brand new Shimano inner and outer cables fittedFront Derailleur - Shimano UltegraRear Derailleur - Shimano Ultegra, long cageChain - Sram 9 speed c/w quick linkChainset  - Bontrager Race BB5 (hollow), 172.5mm cranks.  See above for chain rings.   Bottom Bracket  - Bontrager(Truvativ) GXP - just serviced, smooth and no play in cranks whatsoeverHeadset  - HopeCapset - CubeStem  - 120mm magnesium Bars  - 3T Start TecnoTubo Torino T6 Alloy 26.0mm - brand new tape, with 4 x gel pads underneathSeat Post  - Ritchey 31.6mmWheel, front  - Mach1 Versus RS 700CWheel, rear - Bianchi Ambrosio v29-05-0869, Shimano freehub 700C - just serviced and bearings replacedTyres - see above. Pedals  - Shimano PD-A530Mudguards - SKS lightweight commuter (I can take these off if not required)PLEASE NOTE: the 'Spongy Wonder' saddle shown in the photos is NOT included - I can fit a stock gel seat if required.The bike is in very good condition all round but is used and has a few scrapes on the frame here and there as you would expect for a cyclocross bike of this age, but nothing that bothered me when I first bought it.  Any questions please ask.Collection only please, either from London SW16 or Kings Cross, or possibly other London mainline stations with prior agreement

London,United Kingdom
7 days ago
£62.00