The Swiss bike company SCOTT Sports SA (formerly Scott USA) is a producer of bikes, winter equipments, motorsports gear and sportswear. In 1991, Scott produced the first suspension fork named "Unishock" and a year later, the first full suspension mountain bike was shown to the public. Scott Sports racing bike sector expanded continuously and in 2002, stage 10 of the Tour de France was won by Patrice Halgand riding for the Jean Delatour team, which was at that time supported by Scott. Today, Scott supplies Team Columbia-High Road with equipment, but also have bikes that can suit all levels. Scott bikes are arguably one of the best produced bikes in the world and are also one of the most popular bike brands in the United States.
Contessa JR 12", Contessa JR 16", Contessa JR 20", Contessa JR 24", Contessa JR Walker, Scale JR 24", Volt-X 10, Voltage JR 12", Voltage JR 16", Voltage JR 20", Voltage JR Walker.
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