Scott scale 35 for the collection

Posted by Paul​ Walton on February 07, 2009 0 comments

The Scott scale 35 is a sweet ride and impressed me from the moment I took it out for a test ride
Remember my dilemma in which I could not choose between a new mountain bike or a new frame? Well I made a choice and would like to introduce you to my new ride as waiting until march to buy it proved too much for me to handle, I never was much for patience!

One thing that I did was to decide on a shop to do my buying, but not my local bike store as I thought I needed more choice and sizing up by a specialist. So with that in mind I headed to the city of Nottingham and took my business to Evens bike store.

I saw a bike online from Cannondale, their new turine 4. So my intention was to buy it, that is until I saw it in the shop! Basically the size of the headset barrel and length of the top tube put me off. Due to the fact that I had nothing other than that in mind, I was at a loss.

The choice of bikes on offer in the shop was very limited so I decided to find a bike that I felt comfortable with, and would therefore be happy with. Staff in the Nottingham branch were very helpful and very patient with me, so thanks to them for that and helping me walk away with the best piece of kit ever.

The Scott scale 35 is a sweet ride and impressed me from the moment I took it out for a test ride, (which Even's let you do before buying!). At first the bike felt twitchy, but very agile. What got my pulse really racing was how effortlessly each pedal stroke transferred into foreword motion. Apart from the irritating sound of rubbing disk brakes and numb hands on rough rides, the Scott scale 35 is a joy to ride and I find myself wanting to ride it at every opportunity.


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