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2016 Scott Addict CX 10 Disc Bike <p>The CX Addict has returned to the Scott lineup. Only this time, it&rsquo;s disc brake equipped. The discs are hardly a liability in the weight department: the frame is 60g lighter than the previous addict, thanks to smart engineering. A 54cm frame weighs 890g, with the fork only 360g. If cyclocross is your game, a light ride is easier to climb on, easier to carry, and easier to accelerate. </p> <p>Scott has a long history in cross. It&rsquo;s not just the part about getting muddy, but that the manager of their cyclocross team, Thomas Frischknecht, was once one of the best cyclocrossers in the world as well as a world champion mountain biker. Frischy gave advice throughout the development of the new platform.</p> <p>The geometry works not only for &lsquo;cross but for any sort of endurance riding. You&rsquo;ll see that the seat angle is identical to their road racing line, but that the angles around it have changed. A little more stack, a little less reach, a slightly lower bottom bracket, as well as a longer fork and longer stays. They&rsquo;re thinking that this bike is best with big tires, and the tube lengths reflect that. But when  you&rsquo;re on it, it feels like a racing bike. Fast, confident, ready for anything.</p> <p>The bike is comprised of liberal amounts of Scott&rsquo;s HMX, high modulus extreme, carbon fiber cloth, with is strong and light, durable. To maximize efficiency, they built a pretty large downtube, though you should know that the downtube shape is size-specific, with the diameter of the frame member starting small and increasing as the frame size gets larger. You&rsquo;ll also find a tapered 1 1/8&rdquo; to 1 1/4&rdquo; steerer, a wide BB86 central movement shell, the better for building larger, light downtubes, and also important for setting chainstays as wide as possible for both lateral stiffness and tire clearance. The stays allow for most 40mm tires to fit, and the stays almost come to a sharp edge on top to help with mud shedding.</p> <p>Of a piece with the lightness and lateral rigidity of the CX Disc are thru-axles. Scott is a big believer in them stiffening up the bike in the right ways. They&rsquo;re essential to the fork and stay stiffness, with 12x100mm up front and 12x142mm in back. </p> <p>With all this stiffness, Scott sought balance by designing in comfort. The top tube is flattened on the underside for both vertical flex and ease of shouldering. The seat post is 27.2mm as the smaller diameter is well-known to aid in vibration damping. And even the seat stays have been seriously slimmed. The result is vertical compliance improved by 61.5% compared to the previous addict cross bike. </p> <p>A cool, practical feature on the frame is their front derailleur mounting system. It can be used for a front derailleur for those who want a double-ring setup. But for those who want a single-ring, it can be removed, or adapted for either a chain guide, or a chain guard.</p> <p>The Scott Addict CX Disc is the new way to ride &lsquo;cross.</p>
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