While Scott Week is coming up and will give us our first chance to rip around on all their new 2016 bikes, we’ve had plenty of exposure to them. They’ve formally announced the new FOIL aero road race bike, the 27.5+ versions of the Scale and Genius full suspension mountain bikes (plus the Scale hardtail plus bike) and even the new Addict Gravel racer, which is essentially a re-spec’d version of the all-new Addict CX cyclocross bike they showed off at Sea Otter.
Here, we have actual weights of all of the above, plus a new electric pedal assist version of the Genius. Above is the FOIL, which comes in at 6.98kg (15.39lb) with tubes, a condition it’ll likely keep since Zipp isn’t yet making road tubeless carbon rims. See what it adds by throwing a mini-pump, water bottle cages and stocked saddle bag on it…
Equipped for a full day out on the road it’s up to 7.4kg (16.31lb).
The Addict CX with SRAM Force 1 and DT Swiss RC38C wheels and Schwalbe tires with a carbon Syncros cockpit is 7.59kg (16.73lb). It’d be lighter once setup tubeless, though.
The Scale 710 hardtail, which is the higher end of the two plus-sized hardtails offered, comes in at 11.54kg (25.44lb) with a SRAM 1×11 drivetrain. Official spec is a GX1 crankset, not the X0 on this demo bike.
The Genius 700 Tuned Plus is the top model for the U.S. and comes in at 12.2kg (26.9lb).
The longer travel Genius LT Plus is available in the rest of the world (not the U.S.) and comes in at 12.7kg (27.99lb).
The e-Genius with Bosch motor tips the scales at a hefty 21.67kg (47.77lb), but you probably won’t even notice it on the uphills.
For actual weights on the Addict Gravel, check here.