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2013 Scott Voltage FR 10 Full Suspension Bike (discontinued)

Average User Rating: (Spectacular)
2013 Scott Voltage FR 10 Full Suspension Bike Scott Voltage FR 10 Bike
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Vital MTB Retail Partners:
Chain Reaction Bicycles Jenson U.S.A. Competitive Cyclist Backcountry

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    “Ultimate Fun machine”

    The Good: The Voltage can cater to anyone and anything. With small and large options you can decide weather you want snappy race feel or a playful trick machine. The bike itself also has two phenomenal features in regard to how adjustable it is. The headtube is a 1.5 straight which allows for literally any fork configuration available to be an option given the correct headset. The voltage also comes with a variety of shock mounts allowing for a setup tunable for any build from a light slopestyle bike up to a heavy duty big mountain killer. with every given shock mount, the voltage also has an easily accessible short and long travel adjustment, allowing the rider to dial in the rear end with nothing more than an allen key. The specs on the bike are fantastic and leave very little to be desired. The frame is extremely light, and with the adjustments, can cater to a riders every need.

    The Bad: The voltage, in my opinion, is the perfect park bike. The frame is light and responsive so the fact that scott would spec it with components less than the very very best is beyond me. I think that it would be genius to sell a frame option as well because all of the tunability means very little if the rider has to purchase it complete.

    Overall Review:

    Overall, the Voltage FR has been my dream bike for a while, and after extensive abuse, progression and close calls, I can say the voltage is a bike for the rider who wants every last bit of fun they can possibly have on a mountain bike. If you want a slope and a dh bike but dont have the money, look no further. Want a perfect bike park bike? Or something to destroy the local freeride zones or carve snow in the off season? This is the bike. This bike kills it all. Masterpiece

    “The Good, The Great, and the Beautiful”

    The Good: Bike is hands down, one of the most fun bikes i've owned. I feel comfortable riding anything that any DH bike can, and to boot, I (kinda) pedals too. Comes, with top of the line components, (FOX 180 VAN FIT RC2, DHX RC2, SRAM X9). So as far as the components go, you can't find better on a complete bike.

    The Bad: The stock Schwalbe tires suck major ass. Do your self a favour, and upgrade to a Maxxis Minion/Highroller combo, and save the heartache. In my opinion the bottom bracket is a bit low, but I rarely hit on bigger hits.

    Overall Review:

    This bike is the bee's knees. It's hard to find a better ride, that can do it all. Components are epic, tires not so much, but still an easy fix.

    Hope this helps!

    Vital MTB Retail Partners:
    Chain Reaction Bicycles Jenson U.S.A. Competitive Cyclist Backcountry


    Model Year 2013
    Riding Type Freeride
    Sizes and Geometry

    Short, Long View Geometry

    Size Short Long
    Top Tube Length 21.9 22.9
    Head Tube Angle 65° 65°
    Head Tube Length 4.6 4.6
    Seat Tube Angle 73.3° 73.3°
    Seat Tube Length 14.4 14.4
    Bottom Bracket Height 13.7 13.7
    Chainstay Length 16.7 16.7
    Wheelbase 44.6 45.6
    Standover 30.2 30.2
    Reach 14.9 15.9
    Stack 23.6 23.6
    Frame Material Alloy 6061
    Rear Travel 160-180mm
    Rear Shock Fox DHX RC2 Coil, Boost Valve Technology, Rebound/Low-Speed Compression/Bottom Out Force Adjust
    Fork Fox 36 VAN 180 FIT RC2 Coil, Rebound and Compression Adjust, Tapered Steerer, 20mm Quick Release Axle
    Fork Travel 180mm
    Head Tube Diameter 1.5"
    Headset FSA Gravity 1 Tapered
    Handlebar Syncros FR 1.5, 7075 Alloy D.B., 20mm Rise, 760mm
    Stem Syncros FR 1.5, 1-1/8", 8° Angle, 50mm
    Grips Syncros Pro DH Dual Lock On
    Brakes Avid Code R Disc, 203mm Front and Rear G2 Rotors
    Brake Levers Avid Code R Disc
    Shifters Sram X7 Trigger
    Front Derailleur N/A
    Rear Derailleur Sram X9 Type 2 RBC Short Cage, 10-Speed
    ISCG Tabs ISCG and ISCG05
    Chainguide e*thirteen LG-1 ISCG05 with Taco, Alloy Backplate
    Cranks Truvativ Descendent DH 1.1, 165mm
    Chainrings 36 Tooth Alloy
    Bottom Bracket Truvativ GXP Cartridge, 73mm Shell
    Pedals Syncros FR Flat with Replaceable Pins
    Chain Sram CN-PC-1031
    Cassette Sram CS PG-1050 11-36 Tooth
    Rims Syncros FR 32 Disc 32 Hole
    Hubs Formula DH-91 Front, Formula DHL-135 Rear
    Spokes DT Swiss Champion Black
    Tires Schwalbe Big Betty DH, 26"x2.4" Vertstar Front, 26"x2.4" Trailstar Rear, Triple Nano Compound, Wire Bead, 2-ply DH Casing, Snake Bite Protection, 67EPI
    Saddle Syncros FR 2.0 / CROM Rails
    Seatpost Syncros FR2.0 Zero Offset
    Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm
    Seatpost Clamp Quick Release
    Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions IDS Dropout x 12mm
    Max. Tire Size
    Bottle Cage Mounts No
    Colors Blue
    Warranty Two Years

    37 lb 11.2 oz (17.1 kg)

    Price $4200.00
    More Info Scott website
    Vital MTB Retail Partners:
    Chain Reaction Bicycles Jenson U.S.A. Competitive Cyclist Backcountry