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Gazzaputt
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Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Gazzaputt » Tue Jun 18, 2013 14:07 pm

Scott CR1 SL HMX frame and Fork 54cm
Mavic R-Sys Premium Wheelset
Mavic Yksion Griplink & Powerlink tyres 23mm
Michelin latex inner tubes
SRAM Red Shifters
SRAM Red Rear & front mechs
SRAM Red cassette 11-26
SRAM Red callipers
Jagwire Pro cableset
Rotor 3DF Chainset
Rotor 4130 pressfit bottom bracket
Stronglight chainrings 110bcd 51t & 34t
Fizik Arione carbon railed saddle
Fizik Cyrano Carbon seatpost 31.6mm
Elite Custom Race matt black cages
Deda carbon bartape
Ritchey Axis WCS stem 110mm (to be swapped for 100mm)
Ritchey WCS Curve Alu bars 42cm
Look Keo Easy pedals

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby boblo » Tue Jun 18, 2013 14:31 pm

Nice build. What does it weigh?

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby ALIHISGREAT » Tue Jun 18, 2013 14:31 pm

You call it a bargain but don't tell us how much? Such a tease.

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby grim168 » Tue Jun 18, 2013 14:34 pm

Free to good home lol

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby tonye_n » Tue Jun 18, 2013 16:38 pm

boblo wrote:Nice build. What does it weigh?

With those parts it will be very light.
That's the 2012 frame right. Seems to be from looking at the colour scheme.

The CR1 SL is one of the lightest frames of it's type.
Lighter for instance than the S-Works Roubaix, and just as stiff (though not at the head-tube, where the Roubaix is stiffer).

As to the 'bargain...' claim. I'm guessing he bought the frame from Westbrookes Cycles. They had this on offer at a ridiculous discount.
I thought about selling my Roubaix Expert frame and buying this (cause I think the geometry would better suit me riding), but in the end I couldn't be bothered.

NICE BIKE. Enjoy the riding.
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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Galatzo » Tue Jun 18, 2013 20:44 pm

Super massive bargain frames and a great build.
Super rubbish pics though, could you have got anymore patio furniture in the background ?
Like to see it with a better background.
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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Wheelspinner » Tue Jun 18, 2013 23:10 pm

Gazzaputt wrote:Image


Galatzo wrote:Super rubbish pics though, could you have got anymore patio furniture in the background ?

^^ This. :D

And who built your decking??? That litle 1" step would drive me insane...

'Tis indeed a lovely bike though. Very tidy.

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Gazzaputt » Wed Jun 19, 2013 07:33 am

Wheelspinner wrote:
Galatzo wrote:Super rubbish pics though, could you have got anymore patio furniture in the background ?

^^ This. :D

And who built your decking??? That litle 1" step would drive me insane...

'Tis indeed a lovely bike though. Very tidy.


Yea they are crap pics I know will try and do some in work with a neutral background.

Weight is 14.88lbs

Cost was the silly £499 for the frame. All in as parts came from another bike (Canyon). Had to buy a stem. bars, setapost and bottom bracket for this build. All parts were sourced for the best price I could find. All in say £1.3k the total cost I'd think.

:oops: I did the deck :lol: Yea that step is shite and I meant to sort but rather be riding the bike. :D

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby TanukiRider » Wed Jun 19, 2013 08:09 am

Very nice :D
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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby RideOnTime » Wed Jun 19, 2013 08:53 am

The only answer is to make a deeper step. Not ideal but there.

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Dru » Wed Jun 19, 2013 16:30 pm

Gazzaputt wrote:Scott CR1 SL HMX frame and Fork 54cm
Mavic R-Sys Premium Wheelset
Mavic Yksion Griplink & Powerlink tyres 23mm
Michelin latex inner tubes
SRAM Red Shifters
SRAM Red Rear & front mechs
SRAM Red cassette 11-26
SRAM Red callipers
Jagwire Pro cableset
Rotor 3DF Chainset
Rotor 4130 pressfit bottom bracket
Stronglight chainrings 110bcd 51t & 34t
Fizik Arione carbon railed saddle
Fizik Cyrano Carbon seatpost 31.6mm
Elite Custom Race matt black cages
Deda carbon bartape
Ritchey Axis WCS stem 110mm (to be swapped for 100mm)
Ritchey WCS Curve Alu bars 42cm
Look Keo Easy pedals

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Very nice.

My Westy Special is currently half way built up, but is very similar to yours (Sram red, Rotor chainset, stronglight rings, but I'm plumping for 3T finishing kit. Only trouble is wondering if I should go for the carvbon bars just to be colour co-ordinated!
I'm currently looking at options for handmade or factory wheels

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby darkhairedlord » Wed Jun 19, 2013 20:09 pm

Tell the bread knife it'll take all weekend to fix the step and be really noisy so best go to outlaws for the weekend. Quickly nail another plank on top the spend the weekend on a grande tour. It's why I save up jobs and say they'll take a whole week!

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Gazzaputt » Thu Jun 20, 2013 08:52 am

Better pic:

Did a tot up and it did cost more than £1.3k! :lol:

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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby RideOnTime » Thu Jun 20, 2013 09:11 am

darhlairedlord wrote:Tell the bread knife it'll take all weekend to fix the step and be really noisy so best go to outlaws for the weekend. Quickly nail another plank on top the spend the weekend on a grande tour. It's why I save up jobs and say they'll take a whole week!


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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby Markjaspi » Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:32 am

Thought about one of these myself when Westbrook had them on sale, looks awesome, may still go for the standard pro version.
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Re: Bargain Scott CR1 SL Pro

Postby darkhairedlord » Thu Jun 20, 2013 14:46 pm

Tempted, but I don't think I can save up enough lunch money to get it past the bill inspector....


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