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  1. £5,399.00
    Whether you're hitting a tough singletrack bike trail or off to rip your local, the SCOTT Spark 900 is the perfect mountain bike for the job. This high spec SCOTT bike has a Fox 34 SC float up front, a custom FOX Nude shock with the SCOTT TwinLoc Suspension System and a Shimano XTR 1x12 drivetrain. The new Spark 900 bike really is great for flying up and down the trail, time and time again.
  2. Ex Demo Scott Spark 910 2019
    27%off

    Regular Price: £4,499.00

    Special Price £3,299.00

    The SCOTT Spark 910 boasts a super light Carbon Fiber mainframe with an Alloy swingarm. The 910 comes equipped with a custom FOX Nude shock, and our TwinLoc Suspension System. It's the perfect partner for marathons, stage races, and all day fun.
  3. £3,199.00
    Designed to be more aerodynamic than ever, the SCOTT Foil 20 is more comfortable, and has that incredibly laterally stiff nature of its predecessor. This road race ready SCOTT Road Bike has an HMF Carbon Fibre frame, and is available at a fraction of the cost.

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Whether you're a road cyclist looking for a carbon road bike, mountain biker or like the best of both worlds with cyclocross; our choice of complete bikes is perfect for finding your next ride.These bikes come complete with all cycling components so you don't need to find a groupset or source some handlebars or wheels for them, you can just head out and ride!
Road, Mountain or Cross Bike?
Your choice of bike depends on the kind of riding you will be doing. If you're a road cycling that races a lot you need something light and fast, like one of our carbon fibre bikes, to give you the best chance of victory in your racing.
If you are a leisure rider then comfort will be top of your list of priorities, as this will allow you to ride for long periods in the saddle without the potential discomfort an out-and-out racer may cause you as a casual rider.
Mountain bikers might find they need a smaller groupset depending on the severity of the terrain they are tackling or they may need thicker tyres to compensate for bad conditions. There's also suspension to consider, and whether you want a bike that has full suspension or a hardtail. Again this depends on the kind of riding you do and the terrain you tackle on the bike.
Once you have chosen your bike take a look at our Guru Bike Fit to set you up perfectly on the bike for maximum comfort and performance.