General · Mountainbikes

Introducing the 2019 SCOTT Ransom

The Ransom is the long travel all mountain bike to rule them all. From stage racing at the highest level to traversing the world’s most demanding mountains, this bike was designed to help you ride like you never have before.

The NEW Ransom

When designing the Ransom, speed was a topic that was always at the forefront of discussion. What can be done to make sure that this bike will not only be fast, but also to make sure that it performs at speed? In addition to carbon construction, several details were put into place to make sure that you can forget about the bike as you fly down the mountain.

Similar to the Genius, the Ransom can fit both wheel sizes on the same frame. Switching from 29″ to 27.5″ is easy, just flip a chip on the linkage, swap the wheels and you’re good to go.

The Ransom has 170mm of travel front and rear, modern, progressive geometry and weighs in at only 2650g/5.84 lbs for frame, shock and hardware- a leader in its class.

 

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“Having ridden the Ransom extensively for some time now, I have to admit that I am surprised day after day by how capable it is. I raced downhill for nearly 15 years, and never thought that I would be able to reach similar speeds on a 170mm Enduro bike. This thing is just pure speed, pure fun.”

Andrew Neethling
SCOTT Ambassador

There are 5 models of Ransom available. We have the Full Carbon Tuned in both 27.5″ and 29″ options, a Hybrid version with a Carbon Front Triangle and alloy rear end – the 910, and two full alloy models, the 920/720 and the 930.

Stay tuned for more info’s soon

Check out the Ransom in Action and in the Studio

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