The cross-country mountain bike has evolved quickly, thanks to the ever-demanding and appreciably technical World Cup circuits modern professional riders face these days. As a result, in an effort to achieve nimbler handling over tighter, steeper and trickier terrain, head angles have become slacker, geometry more forgiving, and weight substantially reduced. Take the all-new Scott Spark, for example – it employs this new-found approach to maximum effect, while retaining the aggressive looks and functionality that over the years have become synonymous with Scott. Let’s take a closer look at this bona fide trail-slayer… By Aaron Borrill. Read trail test here.
|900 WC||Spark RC Carbon Frame HMX||Sram X01 1×12 Drive Train||FOX 32 SC Float Performance 100mm, FOX NUDE 100mm Twinloc||R99,500.00|
|900 PRO||Spark RC Carbon Frame HMX||Shimano XT 1×11 Drive Train||FOX 32 SC Float Performance 100mm, FOX NUDE 100mm Twinloc||R80,000.00|