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About Scott Bikes

About Scott Bikes

About Scott Founded in 1958 by Ed Scott, a talented engineer and competitive skier, the company launched the world’s first tapered aluminium ski pole to universal acclaim, setting a precedent of technical innovation that continues to this day. After moving through motocross the first mountain bike model was launched in 1986, whilst the 1989 Tour De France saw the debut of the aerodynamic handlebar that famously helped Greg Lemond to claim the yellow jersey from the late Laurent Fignon in the legendary final time trial on the cobbles of the Champs-Élysées.The 1990’s saw Scott establish themselves firmly within the MTB...

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Top 10 reasons Biking is good for you

Top 10 reasons Biking is good for you

Nothing helps you get back into shape like exercise. Couple good exercise with a healthy diet and you can lose weight and hit your goals.  But to most people exercise isn't just hard, it can be boring and repetitive.  But if you take on biking you can burn some serious calories all while enjoying yourself. I know you've tried running the treadmill and get bored. But getting outdoors and back in touch with nature and hitting your local trails is a good way to take your mind off of the timer and calorie counter.  Biking is a great way to get...

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Is your kid's helmet safe? Updated Jan. 24 2017

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Is your kid's helmet safe? Updated Jan. 24 2017

Every parent is worried about the safety of their children. And concussions can be a very scary thing.  Last year for instance, over 5000 former NFL players sued the league for hiding how dangerous head injuries could be. The evidence is there, the judge ruled that the NFL would be on the hook for up to $5 million per player for head injuries related to repeated head trauma from their playing days. And any fans of the NHL will remember when Marc Savard had to call it quits 5 years ago after his 6th concussion. And the effects have lingered...

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Time to try a lower flex! Gaudreau shoots a 55 flex

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Time to try a lower flex! Gaudreau shoots a 55 flex

As many hockey pundits are writing up speculation blogs on Johnny Hockey's contract negotiations, a gem of a blog was found on TSN's BarDown about the stick flex Gaudreau uses.  Warrior equipment manager has confirmed that Johnny Gaudreau uses a 55 flex stick. Wait, what? A 55 flex? Now wait, shouldn't he be using a senior flex, like a 95-100 flex stick? Or if you match with his weight at least a 75 flex?  Well it turns out he isn't the only NHLer that uses a lower flex to increase the velocity and whip that goes into their shots. Former...

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Matthews fitting in nicely with Team NA

Matthews fitting in nicely with Team NA

 Matthews accepts a cross ice pass from McDavid.  Leaf fans finally having something to be excited about. After a miserable season last year that saw the Leafs finish 29-42-11 which left the Leafs dead last in the NHL standings.  But, their last place finish also gave them the best odds to win the NHL's #1 pick going into the 2016 draft. Which they did, and to nobody's surprise they used the top pick to land the American born Matthews.  Playing for the under 23 Team North America at this year's World Cup of Hockey, Matthews has fit in well with...

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