The Addict CX is back!
The Addict CX is back, and let SCOTT tell you, the Cyclocross world better be ready. Having the lightest CX frameset ever produced, the Addict CX 10 Disc is just yearning to get to that cold, muddy start line. Stiffer than its predecessor, added vertical compliance for more comfort and a slew of cleverly designed CX details, this rig will be with you every step of the way as you crush cross event after cross event. Suitable for Di2 and mechanical shifting systems.
- HMX Carbon fork for disc brakes
- Addict CX headset and carbon spacer
- Expander for carbon steertube and carbon topcap
- Syncros Carbon FL1.0 seatpost 27.2 mm
- Shimano PressFit BB
- Disc brake Flatmount adapter
HMX-NET-Carbon-Fiber - While SCOTT already use the proven HMF composite fiber on all their composite high-end bike models, they have improved upon conventional HMF material. This new fiber, which is produced exclusively for SCOTT, offers 20% more stiffness and is employed on all the areas that need additional
rigidity. This new material also allows SCOTT to reduce weight and improve riding characteristics. NET stands for Naked External Tubeset, where the frame sheds its exterior cosmetic layer, which saves even more weight.
CX Disc Brakes - While there's no doubt regarding the reliable and consistent braking performance of disc brakes, there is no longer an additional weight penalty to worry about. This Addict frame is optimized for disc brake use and accommodates both postmount and flatmount disc brake standards.
Oversized Bottom Bracket - The PF86 bottom bracket allows a wide connection of the downtube and the tapered seattube to the BB box. Together with a stiffness-optimized lay-up and SCOTT's patented carbon manufacturing process, the BB stiffness reaches an impressive level.
Tapered Headtube - The Addict CX Disc features integrated bearings and a tapered headtube. The headtube diameter allows wider connections of the toptube and downtube which results in an increased torsional stiffness. The rigid front end enables direct, precise and safe handling of the bike, even in the most technical of turns.