Finally, the CR1 continues as Scott’s most affordable carbon fibre offering.
Like the Solace’s it has a geometry which focuses on ‘all-day comfort’, so it’s shorter in the toptube and taller in the headtube than the race-orientated Foil or Addict, to provide a more relaxed, upright riding position.
It also uses a similar comfort-focused Shock Damping System carbon layup to the Solace, though, unlike it’s more sophisticated – and more expensive – sibling, the seatstays unite in a monostay, the cable routing is external and the frame is heavier.
Three bikes make up the 2015 CR1 range, opening with the Shimano Sora-equipped CR1 30 at £1,199, before moving up to the £1,399 CR1 20, which wears Shimano 105 components, before topping out with the £1,699 CR1 10, which has Shimano Ultegra parts.
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