The SCOTT Addict RC 20 Disc comes with all the great features of the Addict, but is equipped with disc brakes. A lightweight HMF Carbon frame and fork, the all NEW Shimano Ultegra, Syncros components and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes combine to create a lightning fast climber that performs at its best in ALL weather conditions.
This SCOTT bike is equipped with an high-quality 2x11-speedShimano Ultegra shifting system, hydr.Shimano Ultegra BR-R8070 disc brakes,Syncros RP2.0 Disc wheelset andSyncros components.
HMF-IMP3™-Carbon-Fibre - This HMF-frame is produced with the IMP3™ technology. Engineers have developed IMP™, the newest technology applied to carbon production. SCOTT's 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.
Race Geometry - The geometry of the Addict and the Foil is competition road, validated by ORICA-SCOTT team and enjoyed by the most discerning customers. The handling and fit you’ve come to expect from SCOTT will be familiarly aggressive.
Onroad Disc Brakes - The 160 mm front and rear rotors on the Addict Disc provide increased braking power, improved modulation and extra safety no matter the weather conditions. The Addict Disc frame and fork have been optimized in order to absorb the asymmetrical braking forces that occur when using disc brake systems.
Tapered Headtube Addict - The Addict employs a tapered 1 1/4 - 1 1/8" tapered headtube and co-developed fork, adding structural integrity to the frameset without overdoing it.
Oversized Bottom Bracket Addict - In order to best manage power transfer SCOTT's engineers developed a downtube and bottom bracket intersection that is one the widest of any roadbike currently on the market. The wide cross section and smooth transitions better manage loads and yield a laterally robust structure which increases pedaling efficiency by effectively delivering power to the drivetrain rather than losing it to unwanted frame flex.