For 60 years Scott have taken no shortcuts to product development, racing, descending, climbing and everything in between. Since designing the first set of aerodynamic handlebars in 1989, the first three-mode full suspension mountain bike in 2003 and the lightest road bike frame in 2007, Scott have continued to push every envelope in cycling. After their inception stateside, Scott is now based in Switzerland and sponsors some of the biggest names in cycling – Nino Schurter, Brendan Fairclough and the Brownlee brothers to name just a few!
Go searching for a Scott bike and you’ll be met with a plethora of options. Their mountain bikes are a ticket to off-road bliss whilst their road bikes are ready to take you wherever the tarmac leads and their range doesn’t stop there!
Scott’s electric, hybrid, gravel and cyclocross bikes are the perfect marriage of quality and innovation and Scott kids’ bikes mean all bases are covered! Scroll to look at their road, mountain and electric ranges in more detail.
Addict, Foil and Speedster – names you’ll spot when browsing Scott Road bikes. A long-term association with the WorldTour professional outfit Mitchelton-Scott has developed the Scott Addict into a high performance, all-round road bike with the Scott Foil ready for rides when aerodynamics really matter. Last not but least, the Speedster is Scott’s entry price point road bike, available in disc and non-disc versions.
Enduro full suspension – tick. Trail full suspension – tick. XC full suspension – tick. Hardtail cross-country, electric, entry-level trail – tick, tick, tick. Scott mountain bikes cover all bases and have impressive pedigree thanks to multiple World Cup, World Championship and Olympic wins. You’ll find the Scott Aspect and the Scott Scale available to view in our shops.
After designing and manufacturing their first e-bike in 2011, Scott have jumped into electric bikes with both feet. Today, there are a wide range of Scott electric bikes including hybrids, hardtail MTB, full suspension MTB as well trekking electric bikes. Choose a Scott electric bike and go further, easier.