Scott Spark 930 29er Full Suspension Mountain Bike 2014

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The Scott Spark 930 29er Full Suspension Mountain Bike 2014 features a high modulus carbon fibre frame and it's been loaded with advanced technologies.

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The Scott Spark 930 29er Full Suspension Mountain Bike 2014 has a 29" specifc high modulus carbon fibre frame. The frame has been made using IMP Technology to reduce weight and increase stiffness and it has a tapered headtube for precision steering. The Fox suspension system on this bike delivers excellent performance and it has CTD technology and rebound adjust so you can fine tune your ride. The Fox 32 Float Evolution Series fork offers 120mm travel and it's been combined with the Fox Nude shock for excellent performance with minimal weight.

This full suspension XC mountain bike features Scott's TwinLoc technology which allows you to simultaneously control the lockout system on both the fork and shock. The bike has a pair of powerful Shimano Deore disc brakes for superior braking performance to keep you in complete control. The bike has a lightweight SRAM X9/X7 groupset which offers smooth, precise shifting and it has a compact S-1000 GXP chainset to get you up the climbs with ease.

Scott Spark 930 29er Full Suspension Mountain Bike 2014 Features

  • Spark HMF Carbon frame with IMP technology and Tapered Head Tube
  • Fox 32 Float Evolution Series 120mm fork with CTD technology and Rebound Adjust
  • Fox Nude / SCOTT custom shock w/Climb, Traction Control, Descend (CTCD)
  • Scott's patented TwinLoc remote technology
  • Shimano Deore BR-M615 Hydraulic Disc Brakes offer superior braking performance
  • SRAM X9/X7 groupset delivers reliable performance in a lightweight package
  • Weight: 12.45kg (Approx.)

Scott Spark 900 Series 2014

The Scott Spark 900 range of bikes has been designed for everyday riders as well as endurance racers. These bikes are available with either a lightweight Aluminium alloy frame or an even lighter Carbon frame and they all have large 29" wheels. This provides you with a more stable ride and you'll roll over trailside obstacles easier than 26" wheels. The wheels also hold momentum better for a faster ride all around. These bikes offer both front and rear suspension but they are still very weight conscious.

Nude Shock by Fox

Scott have teamed up with Fox for 2014 to provide you with Scott's unique patents and technology as well as Fox's excellent suspension performance. This creates a rear shock which delivers maximum performance in every riding situation while remaining lightweight. The Fox Nude Shock works exclusively with Scott's patented TwinLoc system so you can control it with ease.

Frame Spark Carbon / IMP technology / HMF / BB 92 / Alloy swingarm with 160PM U-Mono Link / Tapered Head Tube / IDS SL dropouts for 142 x 12mm BB Height adj.
ForkFox 32 Float Evolution CTD Air CTD damper with 3 modes 15mm QR axle / tapered steerer reb. Adj. Travel: Front 100mm Rear 100 - 70 - Climb / Shock 165 x 38
Rear ShockFox Nude / SCOTT custom w. travel / geo adj CTCD 3 modes: Climb - Traction Control - Descend / reb. Adj.
ChainsetSram S-1000 GXP PF
Chainrings38Ax24A T
CassetteShimano CS-HG62-10 11-36 T
Chain DeviceNot Specified
Bottom BracketSram GXP PF integrated / shell 41x89.5mm
ChainKMC X10
Front HubShimano HB-M618 / 15mm
Rear HubShimano FH-M618 Disc CL 142 x 12mm / DT RWS axle
Front DerailleurSram X7 / DM S3 / dual pull
Rear DerailleurSram X9 long cage 20 Speed
Front BrakeShimano BR-M615 Disc 180/F and 160/R mm SM-RT64 CL Rotor
Rear BrakeShimano BR-M615 Disc 180/F and 160/R mm SM-RT64 CL Rotor
Brake LeversShimano BL-M615 Disc
PedalsThis mountain bike does not come with pedals.
HandlebarsSyncros FL1.5 Tbar Alloy 7050 D.B. / T shape Flat / 9° / 700mm
StemSyncros FL1.5 7050 Alloy / oversize 31.8mm 1-1/8" / 6° angle
HeadsetRitchey Pro Minus Tapered 1.5" - 1 1/8" semi integr. OD 50/61mm / ID 44/55mm
GripsSyncros Pro lock-on grips
SaddleSyncros XR2.0 / CROM rails
SeatpostSyncros FL2.0 / 31.6mm
RimsSyncros XC / Eyelets / 32H XC39
Front TyreSchwalbe Rocket Ron / 2.25 67EPI Kevlar Bead / Dual compound Performance Series
Rear TyreSchwalbe Rocket Ron / 2.25 67EPI Kevlar Bead / Dual compound Performance Series
ShiftersSram X7 Trigger adjustable clamp
ExtrasNot Specified

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Professional Review for Scott Spark 930 29er Full Suspension Mountain Bike 2014

"Great frame and decent kit, but remote control shock will decide whether it’s your ideal speed bike"

Scott introduced their Spark 29er last year, and the potentially ultra-light, remote lockout-equipped machine only continued Scott’s deserved popularity among racers. The tyres and shock don’t make the most of the bike’s surprisingly hardcore trail riding character. 

Ride & handling: Naturally fast and fun

With a reasonable all-up weight and immediate shock lockout, the Spark spins up fireroads and tarmac well and the ‘high’ chip position gives it a more perched cross-country feel. The middle setting is essential for stopping back-end bob and morale sapping suck-down in high torque/low rev situations on rougher climbs, however, and that in turn makes it more prone to spilling traction and momentum over the bigger lumps. 

It never felt as dynamic as the best marathon bikes under power; prodding at the shock remote more than the shifters can get really wearing when your head, legs and lungs are about to explode on a typically knobbly big country climb.

With the geometry chip in low and the shock fully open, the Spark feels like a proper badass. The rollover effect of the big volume tyres offsets the twin chamber-compromised feel of the rear shock, so while it doesn’t enhance the ride it doesn’t undermine it too badly either. 

Add impressive mainframe stiffness and that smooth-riding Fox fork and the Spark’s downhill and tech trail attitude is all about minimum braking and maximum speed. The downhill trails were definitely the Scott’s time to shine. 

The low centre of gravity and relaxed head encourages you to properly throw it through corners too, but the budget Schwalbe rubber means you won’t always end up where you expected (or still on the bike) in wet and slippery conditions. New rubber is an essential upgrade.

Frame & equipment: Decent kit on an excellent frame, shock aside

The seriously light 930 is the cheapest carbon front/alloy rear Spark frame. The skinny quick-release rear axle means some tracking flex, but shifter and shock cables are internal and the bottom bracket is a very stiff, light press-fit design. The neat bar lever toggles the twin chamber shock from open to reduced volume to lockout, and tallies with similar settings on the synced Fox fork. 

The SRAM transmission is light, the Shimano Deore brakes are excellent and the Syncros finishing kit includes decent wheels and saddle, plus a well-shaped short-stem, mid-width flat bar cockpit. The Schwalbe tyres are cheap plastic versions, though. 

We love the Scott’s mix of low weight and high stiffness, as it helps create surprisingly playful and descent-dialled handling. The Spark’s kit levels are good for the price too. But it’s the usual Scott story of whether you like the idea of the remote shock switching – or not – that will ultimately decide if the Spark ignites your riding enthusiasm. 

Verdict: 3.5/5

1/30/2014 4:22:38 PM | BikeRadar

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