The number one bike brand in Europe is the same Scott that started building aluminum ski poles in Ketchum, Idaho in the late fifties and that produced Greg LeMond’s aero bar for the 1989 Tour de France. Much has happened since then, and the company is now Swiss with a European flair and a dedication to innovation — from the IMP carbon process to the Twinloc lever to the F01 aerodynamic exercise that yielded the Foil. Scott pushes the boundaries of what a bicycle can be. We love:


The Scale The 2012 and 2013 world championship-winning Scale now features both 29″ and 27.5″ wheels with either a carbon or an aluminum frame. Going racing? Grab a Scale.


The Addict After a brief hiatus the Addict is back for 2014. Oh so light. Oh so beautiful.


The Foil represents the perfect balance of light weight, aerodynamic and stiffness, resulting in the most advanced racing bike available.


The Solace: Designed to be comfortable without sacrificing stiffness, Scott engineers designed the bike around two “zones” to independently handle those characteristics. With the Comfort Zone and the Power Zone the Solace blends a luxurious ride with high performance. Bring on the chip seal.