We all know Scott Bikes are well built high performance riding machines. They are one of the few manufacturers for instance to publish weights, which goes to show how confident they are about their attention to detail and determination to build the lightest bikes for your bang.
The Scott Speedster 60 2013 is the ideal entry level road bike it comes in at £499, with Shimano 14-speed drivetrain, Syncros Race 28 wheelset, carbon/alloy fork, 21.13lb (9.9kg).
It comes with arero dynamic tubes derived from the top of the range F01 making it 20% more efficent through the air and is a marked improvement on their best selling bike over the last 2 years. However this is actually a complete revamp and they have done a amazing job especially for the price. You simply cannot get a better bike for your money. The bikes road frame features durable and economical parts on a comfortable 6061 double butted alloy frame, and packed with big name components, such as the upper-mid range Shimano drive chain with the well respected HG40 and FCA2350 chain and crankset.
If you are new to Road Cycling or want to upgrade on to a modern slick bike but don't want to spend your inheritance just yet this is the bike for you. Scott have brought years of cutting edge research and engineering into the entry level market.
The bike is runs with Internal cable routing and aero fork also help reduce drag. Overall it is a comfortable bike that is a great introduction for new comers or even teenager to get into road riding, long training rides or start competing.