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Limited edition SCOTT Foil Ultimate Disc with new SRAM RED eTap AXS


The new SCOTT Foil Ultimate Disc midseason model is equipped with the brand-new SRAM Red eTap AXS groupset and a ‘stunning new paint job’. A very limited edition release of only 50 bikes worldwide will be available ‘only for a very unique group of customers’.

The SCOTT Foil has built a reputation as one of the most versatile aero bikes on the market. Its lightweight frame makes it a choice for sprinters and rouleurs, but it can also get rough on the cobbles. This was shown by Mathew Hayman (Mitchelton-SCOTT) who became the first rider ever to win Paris-Roubaix on an aero road bike in 2016. Multiple stage wins at Grand Tours and Classics make it one of the most decorated road bikes on the market.

For the limited edition bike’s paintjob, the SCOTT designers used a premium red metallic tinted clearcoat to let the carbon fibre shine through the colour. This results in an impressive red colour scheme ranging from very dark to shiny bright highlights depending on sunlight and angle.

The silver-grey SCOTT decals on frame and fork itself are reflective under headlights to add an additional safety and style feature to the design.

The 2019 special edition Foil Ultimate Disc is equipped with the all-new SRAM RED eTap AXS groupset. It has Zipp 404 Disc Firecrest Carbon wheels and Syncros high level carbon parts.

SRAM’s RED eTap AXS road groupset is the new flagship model of SRAM’s road range. X-Range gearing provides the rider with a wider range and closer progression. According to SRAM, this results in an advanced riding feedback making sure the rider is always using the right gear.

Orbit chain management and a completely redesigned flattop chain further ensure a smoother, more quiet and secure riding performance. Remote Control via Bluetooth and personalization of settings also give the rider a comprehensive insight into the ride performance.



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