2020 NEW Scott Addict RC vs. Foil. The Differences Explained…

2020 NEW Scott Addict RC vs. Foil. The Differences Explained…

[VidSitePro id=77 ]Scot foil twenty20 versus Scott addict RC 2020 just for you to know if you haven’t seen the previous episode RC is the all-new air optimized model and this is the addict non RC this is the internals bike endurance racing bike with a more upright position this is the addict this is addict RC so those who were watching my previous episode you know that Scott addict RC has become a climbing bike optimized Aero optimized so this is the error of the mast climbing bike and foil is the Aero bike I’m not sure whether it’s climbing optimized but the thing is which one to choose oil or addict RC and I I was trying to find some arguments some some features which will distinguish those two bikes from each other it’s not that easy why is it so first maybe aerodynamics maybe foil will be just more aerodynamic and addict will be less aerodynamic well they have really similar features in terms of the aerodynamics like the shaping of the down tube which has like flat part here the shaping of the down tube on addict RC s pretty similar is most more massive maybe it’s not as arrow but it’s it’s definitely error optimized then a small red triangle error optimized and even when you look at the at the fork the addict RC feels seems to be more Aero than the foil this is Magnus interesting so that’s how the cutting air fork on the addict RC looks like this is the foil with the rim brakes and this is the foil with the disc brakes of course this is this one is more error more robust but it’s not as huge as the one on the addict RC and finally we’ve got the cables which are all inside the new addict RC frame and outside here on the foil so the cables go from the handlebars to the the port on the down tube on the foil and they are routed all inside the bike handlebar stem head tube and the frame on the RC addict so this is more Aero then I thought okay I know the tire clearance will be bigger on this cut I get addict RC then on the foil aha we’ve got two 8:28 C on this bike out of the box this is the Scott Scott addict RC and when we look at the foil on the disc brakes same story 28c I would say that the tire clearance it’s exactly the same on the foil and on this Scott addict RC and then the seat post it’s not like less comfy and more aerodynamic than on this on the addict because you know for example on my Maria reactor it’s quite huge with the elastomer insert so that it will flex a little bit this one is already between the arrow and the comfort world this one as well so difficult this is a difficult choice and I think that in this case it is as the customers that will actually choose whether Scott will actually continue doing foil or not and if I think of the pro peloton as well with the addict RC they will no longer have problem and sometimes forcing providers to use the Arabic how many times have you seen the Cannondale system six on the Pro Tour races like to the France the pro riders will usually choose the lighter bike than the Aero bike and of course the sprinters may use Aero bikes but with this bike you’ve got the two worlds merits how difficult one same tire clearance more aerodynamic in terms of the cables is even the addict RC the features the Aero features on the frame very close to each other really really close I would even say that the chain stays on the addict massive and thin are even more massive as on the Scott Foyle one thing that distinguishes those two frames is also the new seat post clamp this one is just above the the seat the seat tube and this one is inside and I wonder why why was it changed here but it was like that so guys mmm I have a bit of a feeling that I haven’t really helped you but we should also ask those who are using fall how comfy it is how error it is how stiff it is let us know and then when people start buying RC addict will ask them to but I definitely definitely test this bike but this is an interesting thing will Scott discontinue and therefore more I think it’s all in the hands of the customers thanks.

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