Found: 14.37lb Scott Scale SL – With Pedals, Bottle Cage & Bar Ends!

super lightweight scott scale sl mountain bike under 15 pounds

super lightweight scott scale sl mountain bike under 15 pounds

Seeing lightweight bikes hit the scales at otherworldly weights always tickles us the right way, and Bikerumor reader Emmanual has us giggling in all the right ways.

His Scott Scale SL race bike registers at just 6.52kg (14.37lbs) complete with pedals, bottle cage, bar ends and Acros’ hydraulic shifting system. Lots of pics and a full build spec list after the break…

Frame: SCOTT SCALE SL
Headset: TUNE BUBU custom made
Stem: AX LIGHTNESS custom air brush painted 100mm
Fork: DT Swiss XRC Twin shoot custom brushed
Handlebar: Schmolke SL 600mm custom brushed
Barends: SLB CUSstom 90g
Grips: Extralite
Crank : THM Clavicula 42/32
Chainring: Carbon Ti
Cassette: SRAM XX 11-36
Chain: YBN TITAN
Seat:Parts od Passion
Seatpost: Schmolke TLO 400mm custom
Brake: Magura MT 8
Brakerotor: HOPE Race Edition
Derailleurs: Acros A GE
Bottle Cage: Tune
ALL Bolts and screws are made: Titan /ALU /bottecage carbon
Rims: AX Lightweight tubular brushed
Hubs: TUNE Princess SKYLINE
Hub: Tune Dezibel custom
Spokes: Sapin Superspoke carbon laminated

Cost? About as much as a small car. For more pics, check out his blog.

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32 thoughts on “Found: 14.37lb Scott Scale SL – With Pedals, Bottle Cage & Bar Ends!

  1. Nice & mean-looking ultralight…

    What I’d like to know is the brand & model of the tires, since they aren’t listed in the specs and in the pic the logo is so stylized as to be illegible!

  2. Just about any local bike shop in the US will be able to order the acros system in a couple of weeks. Two of the largest distributors are carrying them.

  3. All that money into a bike only to limit how much you can ride it? I guess this calls for one of those “$xxxx for blah blah…. blah blah, priceless” sayings?

  4. That thing is cool but definitely not for my 330+ lbs Super-Clyde self! I would be picking carbon fiber chunks out of my ass for a month when it exploded under me after a few pedal strokes!

  5. That is a really nice “bicycle shaped object”. Lets weight it again after about a 100 hours of riding and see what it weighs.

  6. People, it’s a race bike. I doubt it gets 100 hours in a season.
    I have a sub 19 lb race bike, solely used for race day.
    He probably has other (heavier, more durable) bikes for training.

  7. Is there any way to find the weights of hardtails ridden by pros that have podiumed in recent, major cross country races?

  8. Hmmm maybe not even pros… perhaps just the top finishing hardtails of recent and/or major XC races (seems apparent this bike is spec’d specifically for XC races, yeah?).

  9. This is the most ridiculous cable routing I’ve ever seen. Talk about dropping the ball (on the manufacturer’s part). If it’s a fully hydraulic system then there should be 90 degree elbows to eliminate that hideous mess. Take a look at the pics on the blog. It’s horrific!

  10. I also drive bikes under 17lb and i drive them each more than 10 000km a year !! the light bikes israel bike is also nice but Scrub rotos don#t work so good as steel ones !!!

  11. Mike, your an idiot. Carbon fiber has MORE than proved itself in mountain biking. Ask the Santa Cruz DOWNHILL team about their carbon fiber frames, hell, their carbon fiber wheels!

    It’s a sick bike, I probably wouldn’t race it, but it’d be fun as hell to ride! Also, the reason the cable routing looks bad is because the bike is designed to have internal cables (with standard cables, obviously), and I’m assuming the hydraulic hoses couldn’t be internally routed.

  12. Colin, In all due respect, we’re on the same team, I won’t flame you but will respond with the fact that one crash on that bike and its off to the shop for replacement. Have you ever seen a carbon bike get side loaded? It never ends well.

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