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2022 Scott Ransom 920

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Original price $5,999.00 - Original price $5,999.00
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The Ransom. This Enduro Mountain Bike features 170mm of trail munchin', climb crushing, stage winning all day pinning mountain biking excellence. The 920 comes equipped with a FOX 38 fork, our TwinLoc Suspension System, a SRAM Eagle groupset and Syncros components to help you get away with murder, regardless of your ability level.

Frame: Ransom Alloy SL 6011, Custom butted / VLK Virtual 4 Link kinematic, 27.5" (2.6 & 2.8) and 29" (2.4 & 2.6) tire compatible with Geo-BB adj., TBC Trunnion box construction / Boost 12x148mm
Fork: FOX 38 Float Performance Air / Grip, 3-Modes / 15x110mm QR axle, 44mm offset / tapered steerer, Reb. Adj. / Lockout / 170mm travel
Rear Shock: FOX NUDE T EVOL Trunnion, SCOTT custom w. travel / geo adj., 3 modes: Lockout-Traction Control-Descend, custom large air volume / DPS / Reb. Adj., Travel 170-120-Lockout / 205X65mm
Remote System: SCOTT TwinLoc TSP Technology, Suspension-Seatpost Remote, below Bar / 3 modes / integ. Grip clamp
Rear Derailleur: SRAM NX / Eagle 12 Speed
Shifters: SRAM NX Eagle Trigger
Crankset: SRAM NX Eagle DUB Boost, 32T
BB-Set: SRAM DUB PF integrated / shell 41x92mm
Chain: SRAM CN NX Eagle
Cassette: SRAM NX / PG1210 / 11-50 T
Brakes: Shimano M6120 4 Piston Disc
Rotor: Shimano SM-RT76 / 6 Bolt / 203/F and 180/R
Handlebar: Syncros Hixon 1.5 Rise / Alloy 20140D.B., 20mm rise / 8° / 780mm, Syncros Pro lock-on grips
H'stem: Syncros XM1.5 / Alloy 6061, integrated Spacer & Top Cap / 31.8mm / 0° / 1 1/8"
Seatpost: Syncros Duncan 2.0 Dropper Post, 31.6mm / S 125mm / M 150mm / L & XL 170mm
Seat: Syncros Kaslo 2.0, Crmo Rails
Headset: Syncros Pro Press Fit E2 / Tapered 1.5"-1 1/8", OD 50/62mm / ID 44/56mm
Hub (Front): -
Hub (Rear): -
Wheelset: Syncros Revelstoke 2.5 6 Bolt, F: 15x110mm, R: 12x148mm Boost, 30mm Tubeless ready rim 28Hr, Syncros Axle w/Removable Lever with Tool
Spokes: -
Rims: -
Front Tire: Maxxis Assegai / 2.6" / 60TPI Foldable / EXO / TR / 3C Maxx Terra
Rear Tire: Maxxis Dissector / 2.6" / 120TPI Foldable / EXO+/ TR / 3C Maxx Terra
Pedals: -
Extras: Fox 38 Fender
Accessories: -
Approx weights in KG: 15.95 (with tubes)

Scott Twinloc Suspension System

WHAT IS TWINLOC?

The TwinLoc Suspension System is a proprietary SCOTT Suspension System that allows a rider to control a bikes suspension performance and geometry simultaneously.

With TwinLoc, you can have three bikes in one.

Scott Dual Suspension Bikes

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The system works by connecting the shock, fork, and ultimately the frame via a handlebar remote. With the remote, the user has the ability to choose from three ride modes, Descend, Traction Control and Lockout. Let's explain each of these modes independently.

WHY DOES IT MATTER?

Let's now look at each mode to see why they matter, and how they affect your ride.

Descend Mode

Our Proprietary FOX Nude shock features two positive air chambers. In Descend mode, both chambers are open, essentially creating one large volume chamber. This gives you the full amount of available rear wheel travel. Both fork and shock are fully optimized for downhill performance with regards to both air spring rate and damping.

Traction Control Mode

In Traction Control mode, one chamber is closed off, reducing the shock's air volume. This reduces the effective travel and results in a more progressive air spring curve. This combined with an increase in compression damping leads to a few changes. Primarily, the system changes the bikes geometry when switching from Descend Mode to Traction Control Mode. You sit higher in the shock's travel, ground to pedal clearance is increased, and you effectively move forward into a more efficient position for putting down the power and clearing technical climbs. Additionally, the bike becomes more agile, more nimble and more efficient, all without sacrificing traction or sensitivity. It is perfect for smoother, less technical terrain where you have to pump the bike to gain speed or rough, technical climbs where traction and comfort need to be maximized. Simultaneously, compression damping is increased in the fork in an effort to keep the bike well balanced.

Lockout Mode

The lockout mode is the firmest of all three modes. It is perfect for smooth road or fireroad transitions, or simply riding to the trailhead. The lockout still features a big hit blow off in the event that you hit a rough section, preventing damage to the fork and shock.