Scott Spark 930 - 2016

Whether you’re pinning on a race number or pinning trails on all-day epics, Scott's Spark 930 makes every ride faster and more fun than ever. Its playful, responsive HMF carbon frame accelerates quickly, while the tapered head tube and 142x ...(Read More)

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Whether you’re pinning on a race number or pinning trails on all-day epics, Scott's Spark 930 makes every ride faster and more fun than ever. Its playful, responsive HMF carbon frame accelerates quickly, while the tapered head tube and 142x12mm rear axle allow you to devour singletrack with ruthless precision. Scott’s TwinLoc remote lets you make on-the-fly adjustments to the 100mm Fox Float fork and Nude shock, so you can transition from fireroad climbs to flowy descents with the flick of the bar-mounted switch. Also, for the ups and downs, nimble Syncros XC wheels carry your momentum, while tacky Schwalbe tires grip the trail for excellent control. You’ll love the rugged, crisp-shifting Shimano SLX/XT drivetrain, and powerful Shimano SLX disc brakes keep your speed dialed for miles of singletrack bliss.

Integrated Molding Process

During Scott's Integrated Molding Process (IMP), the top/head/down- tube section is produced in a single step, which ensures the lightest weight by removing all unnecessary material. The front end is then joined to the rear triangle creating a frame that's incredibly light and efficient. 

Twinloc Remote

Scott's TwinLoc remote suspension lockout system allows the rider to choose between full travel (100mm), Traction mode (70mm), or locked out. This ingenious lever controls both the front and rear suspension, reducing handlebar clutter and increasing convenience.

 

Spark Adjustable Geometry

By switching a shock mount "chip" in the linkage, the bottom bracket height is raised or lowered by 7mm and the head tube angle is steepened or slackened by 0.5 degrees.

IDS SL Dropouts

Switch between wheelsets with different rear hub configurations quickly and easily! Scott's IDS-SL dropout system works with 142x12mm, 135x12mm and 135x5mm QR rear axle standards.

Specs

Frame Scott HMF-carbon w/IMP technology, U-Mono Link, 142 x 12mm through-axle, aluminum swingarm
Fork FOX 32 Float Performance Air FIT4, 100mm-travel w/remote adjust, tapered steerer w/15mm QR
Rear Shock Fox Nude w/remote Climb/Trail/Descend modes, 100mm-travel
Rims/Wheels Syncros X-21
Hubs Shimano
Spokes DT Swiss Champion, stainless steel
Tires Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO, 29 x 2.25
Crankset Shimano SLX
Chainrings 36/22
Bottom Bracket BB92
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT, Shadow
Rear Cogs Shimano, 10-speed: 11-36
Shifters Shimano SLX
Handlebars Syncros FL1.5 T-Bar
Tape/Grips Syncros Pro lock-on
Stem Syncros FL1.5
Brake Levers Shimano SLX, hydraulic
Brakes Shimano SLX hydraulic disc, 180/160mm rotors
Saddle Syncros XR2.0
Seatpost Syncros FL2.0

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Pros

  • Lightweight 
  • Handles Well 
  • Versatile 
  • Rugged 
  • Smooth Ride 

Best Uses

  • Single Track 
  • Cross Country 

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About Me Competitive Cyclist

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Rugged
  • Versatile
  • Handles Well
  • Smooth Ride

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Single Track
    • Cross Country

    Comments:

    I've owned for just under 1 year, and paid 3000 for it. I made some mods such as carbon bars and seat post. In addition raceface single chain ring. It has relativly cheap components but I wanted to build off the carbon frame. It now weighs 24lbs. Its like owning 3 bikes in one with the front and rear push button shock lockout options. pedals up just fine. It loves to fly downhill and I havent felt the need to mess with the head tube angle chip because it rides so nice. Friends cant keep up going up or down and I always get compliments on color scheme. Next mod is going to be much lighter wheels. 19 in frame rider weight 200. Id buy it all over again. 4.5 Rating

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