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The Addict is back.
Can't wait to start reading reviews of the new Addict and Solace. And of the Syncros wheel sets.
http://www.scott-sports.com/us/en/categ ... Road_2014/
The base black/white colourways for the foils look alright, not really igniting my tastes.. Just subtle colour differences for spec. Interesting to see that the 40 is now the 20 by the looks.. and the 20 is now the 10?
Prem & Team - HMX. 10, 15, 20 - HMF.
Prices look pretty good as well.
Scott 2014 Solace 10
http://www.bikeexchange.com.au/bicycles ... /102287630
Scott 2014 Addict 10 6800 ultegra 11spd
http://www.bikeexchange.com.au/bicycles ... /102291973
Scott 2014 Foil 10
http://www.bikeexchange.com.au/bicycles ... /102287620
I would like a chance to test ride each model to compare the rides against my 2012 CR1.
Seeing as it's largely a 105 spec'd bike, the Ultegra BB-set is a bonus. I would just ask if they could use a full 105 group set. You don't have to buy the bike as it's set up, you can ask for changes. It may cost a bit extra, or it may not.
Anyone know how the rear brakes on the Solace fit to the frame?
I like the look and want to look at retrofitting them to my new bike.
I can't find any Shimano tech documents that show the mountings.
Don't know if the link will work, but the link is to Scotts' stand at Eurobike via FB.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =1&theater
Sorry I can't help with the rear break mounting. Here's a couple of poor photos that may help.
http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gallery/a ... view-37949
You could find out if your local Avanti dealer has any in stock, and have a look. Also the 2013 Trek Madone 6.5 has the same rear break mounting. Forum member HAKS has one pictured in the Bike Gallery, so you could try contacting him about his bike. And check out a Trek dealer to have a look see. viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8664&start=5875
Which bike is it?
I strongly doubt you can fit that style of brake to a bike that isnt equiped for it because you'd need the bolt/mounting hole set into the frame in that area. I think most of the under BB brakes are the direct-mount variety.
Yes having looked at the photo's doesn't look doable.
Apparently the new Trek's are able to fit this brake but it appears not the Merida I bought. Damn should have waited for the new Scott!
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