Scott Solace 40 Flat Bar Disc CD20 (Compact Double 20 Växlar)
The SCOTT Solace 40 FB provides everything you need to be at ease on the road. With an HMF Carbon fiber frame, and incorporation of Power and Comfort Zones, the Solace 40 FB allows you to have a stiff and responsive frame without compromising any comfort. Equipped with disc brakes and a flat handlebar, this bike will lead to confident and smooth riding mile after mile.
Ram Solace HMF / IMP Carbon technology / Road Comfort geometry / INT BB
Gaffel eller ev. stötdämpare fram Solace HMF 1 1/8" Carbon steerer Alloy Dropout
Styrlager Ritchey PRO Int. Cartridge
Växelförare bak Shimano 105 Black RD-5701-GS 20 Speed
Växelförare fram Shimano Tiagra FD-4600
Växelhandtag Shimano Tiagra SL-4600 Flat Bar Shifter 20 Speed
Bromshandtag Shimano BL M445
Bromsar Shimano BR M447 Hyd Disc 160/F and 160/Rmm SM-RT54 Rotor
Vevparti Shimano Tiagra Compact FC-4650 Hyperdrive 50 × 34 T
Vevlager INT SM-BB7141
Styre JD-MTB01A Flatbar 580mm
Styrstam Syncros FL2.0 1 1/8" / four Bolt 31.8mm
Sadelstolpe Syncros Carbon FL1.2 27.2/350mm
Sadel Syncros FL2.5
Nav fram Formula Team 28 H
Nav bak Formula Team 28 H
Kedja KMC X10
Kassett eller ev. drev bak Shimano Tiagra CS-4600 10 Speed 12-30 T
Ekrar CN - Standard Black 2mm
Fälgar Syncros Road Disc 28 Front / 28 Rear
Däck Schwalbe Durano 700 × 28C
Vikt i kg 8.34kg
Vikt i lbs 18.39lbs
XXS/47 XS/49 S/52 M/54 L/56 XL/58 XXL/61
Head tube angle 70.5 ° 71.0 ° 72.0 ° 72.5 ° 73.0 ° 73.3 ° 73.3 °
Head tube length 115.0 mm 125.0 mm 145.0 mm 165.0 mm 185.0 mm 205.0 mm 225.0 mm
Top tube horizontal 505.0 mm 515.0 mm 530.0 mm 545.0 mm 560.0 mm 575.0 mm 590.0 mm
Standover height 725.3 mm 741.1 mm 767.5 mm 787.5 mm 807.5 mm 827.1 mm 851.4 mm
Bottom bracket offset -67.0 mm -67.0 mm -67.0 mm -67.0 mm -67.0 mm -67.0 mm -67.0 mm
Bottom bracket height 272.0 mm 272.0 mm 272.0 mm 272.0 mm 272.0 mm 272.0 mm 272.0 mm
Wheel base 973.1 mm 979.4 mm 981.2 mm 986.8 mm 991.6 mm 999.0 mm 1,012.7 mm
Bottom bracket center to toptube center 410.0 mm 430.0 mm 460.0 mm 480.0 mm 500.0 mm 520.0 mm 550.0 mm
Bottom bracket center to top of seattube 470.0 mm 490.0 mm 520.0 mm 540.0 mm 560.0 mm 580.0 mm 610.0 mm
Seat angle 75.0 ° 75.0 ° 74.5 ° 74.0 ° 73.5 ° 73.1 ° 73.0 °
Chainstay 405.0 mm 405.0 mm 405.0 mm 405.0 mm 405.0 mm 405.0 mm 405.0 mm
Reach 366.6 mm 373.5 mm 377.3 mm 381.2 mm 384.6 mm 389.0 mm 397.0 mm
Stack 516.7 mm 527.9 mm 550.5 mm 571.3 mm 592.3 mm 612.5 mm 631.6 mm
Stem length 80.0 mm 90.0 mm 110.0 mm 110.0 mm 110.0 mm 120.0 mm 120.0 mm
Beskrivning av utvalda cykelegenskaper
The geometry of the Solace takes into account the more upright position of the Endurance rider. This position is easier on the back and neck and helps the rider endure the long days in the saddle.
Round tube competition bikes are starting to be abandoned in favor of a fuselage that is more suitable for any situation in which a rider is racing against the clock. The wind is always against you, trying to slow you down. Triathletes and Time Trial Specialists today need an advantage against this element in order to win the major Ironman races and other Time Trials worldwide. By using modern foil shapes, largely based on models created for air planes by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics(NACA), SCOTT engineers were able to design a structural performance that doesn't compromise on aerodynamics. Drag effects are highly optimized by a late flow separation on all tube sections and for fewer watts, riders can maintain the same average speed, keeping them fresh for whatever effort is most important.
Tapered headtube Solace
The tapered head tube keeps the front-end stable and steering confident.
Oversized bottom bracket solace
The PF BB 86 bottom bracket is wide and compliments the shape of the down tube and seat tube to maximize power transfer.
Bi zone construction
The Power Zone takes SCOTT's Carbon expertise in engineering highly stiff frame structures and applies it to the specific zone necessary for power transfer. The power zone is comprised of the tapered head tube, oversized down tube, bottom bracket shell, and asymmetrical chain stays. The Comfort Zone is comprised of function specific engineering for each frame component, finding the sweet spot in the frame and fork. The seat stays are engineered to work in concert with the seat tube. By connecting them to the sides of the top tube instead of the seat tube, the system allows greater deflection of both the stays and seat tube when bumps are ridden over.
SDS shock damping system
SDS minimizes high frequency vibration from the road, enabling a damping effect without losing performance. SCOTT has engineered a balance of vertical compliance (a measure of how smoothly a bike rides) and lateral stiffness (associated with responsiveness during sprinting, acceleration, and climbing) in both the rear triangle and the fork. By maximizing vertical compliance, SDS cancels road vibrations, increasing rider confidence, stability and comfort. Found on CR1 and Scale.
IMP carbon mainframe
Our engineers have developed IMP™, the newest technology applied to carbon production. Our proprietary process allows for lighter construction by removing 11% of the material from the headtube intersection while increasing strength by utilizing high modulus stressed fibers for more precise fiber placement in critical areas. To compliment the IMP™ process, our frames benefit from our Naked External Tubeset™, which eliminates the cosmetic carbon layer to shave precious grams. Both HMX and HMF fibers are used in our carbon frames ensuring the utmost durability, security, and longevity for the frame.