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The Speedster- All Road Speed

14 November 2012
The Speedster provides many similar attributes to that of the Foil, but in a more affordable fashion. Utilizing lightweight, aerodynamic and stiff properties, the Speedster’s aluminum frame provides for a quick and comfortable ride. SCOTT Vice President Pascal Ducrot and Bike Engineer Tim Stevens explain what makes the Speedster, well, speedy.
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The Foil- Carbon Perfected

14 November 2012
The Foil is the result of a perfect combination of aerodynamics, stiffness, and weight. Two years of Research and Development and countless hours of wind tunnel testing has led to the lightest aero frame on the market. Watch as SCOTT Vice President Pascal Ducrot and Bike Engineer Tim Stevens walk us through the technology behind the Foil.
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The CR1- Engineered Comfort Explained

14 November 2012
The Carbon experts at SCOTT have done it again. The CR1 is a lightweight, performance oriented and comfortable bike that is perfect for the everyday ride. Using technology to absorb vibrations and to reduce rider fatigue, the CR1 can handle any road. SCOTT Vice President Pascal Ducrot and Bike Engineer Tim Stevens explain how we were able design the bike that can tame any road.
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The Genius- Evolution of Trail

14 November 2012
The bike that changed the industry nearly a decade ago, has done it again. The new Genius is designed with all trails in mind- one bike to rule it all. Watch as SCOTT Vice President Pascal Ducrot and Bike Engineer Benoit Grelier take you through the Genius experience.
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ORICA-GreenEDGE - Best of Season 2012

13 November 2012
From stage wins to crashes and everything in between, here's all the best little pieces from ORICA-GreenEDGE's first season in the Pro Peloton. 
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Brendan FAIRCLOUGH "Winning run" at Downhill Taxco

08 November 2012
Brendan is widely recognized as one of the most well-rounded riders on the DH circuit with a unique style that has captivated and inspired his many fans. Whether he is racing competitions or ripping with friends, his natural ability and bike control make him one of the most exciting riders to watch.
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Kona-Interview Sebastian Kienle

12 October 2012
The recently crowned 70.3 World Champion talks to German triathlon portal tri2b.com about his title and his prospects in Kona for the full Ironman distance race. If your German skills are up to speed.
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Marino Vanhoenacker and Luke McKenzie chat

12 October 2012
Marino Vanhoenacker and Luke McKenzie have a chat about the upcoming 2012 Ironman World Championships in Kona.
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Brendan Fairclough riding the 2013 Scott Gambler

01 October 2012
Brendan Fairclough, from the Scott 11 team, riding the new 2013 Scott Gambler with the Floating Link, IDS-X dropouts and adjustable WC DH geometry.
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Nino Schurter : A True Champion

20 September 2012
Nino Schurter is a competitive person, who likes to achieve in various sports. He grew up in Tersnaus, Val Lumnezia in the Romansch-speaking part of Switzerland. His primary passion is mountain biking.
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ORICA-GreenEDGE Backstage Pass - World TTT Championships

18 September 2012
The ORICA-AIS womens team have had a fantastic 2012 season winning races such as the Tour of Flanders and the Australian National Road Titles. In this episode we go behind the scenes of their ride in the 2012 World Team Time Trial.
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Geoff Kabush on Spark 29 and Twinloc

14 September 2012
Geoff Kabush tells us what he thinks about his Spark 29 and Twinloc suspension control system.
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