Scott Gambler DH Bike Gets Official, Debuts at Crankworx Whistler


In testing for a while under the likes of Brendan Fairclough and Scott11, the new Gambler downhill mountain bike will make its formal debut at Crankworx Whistler in just a couple weeks.

Specs and details will be posted here shortly, but you can check out these detail close ups of one of the test rigs at Sea Otter here and a few other leaked photos to keep you sated. Not going to Crankworx and in the media? You’re first chance to test it out will be at Interbike’s Outdoor Demo, where you can race one against Leigh Donovan for fame and glory (or just some prizes).

Another glamour shot out of the gate…



Dan - 08/01/12 - 4:53pm

Info isn’t that scant… it’s already been ridden and reviewed along with full details on pinkbike:

Also, that should say “Brendan Fairclough” not “Darren”

gibbon - 08/01/12 - 5:07pm

Brendan ‘Brendog’ Fairclough-English rides for Scott……Darren ‘Bearclaw’ Berrecloth-American rides for Specialized.
You’ll get the hang of this journalism stuff eventually.

Tyler (Editor) - 08/01/12 - 5:17pm

gibbon – thanks, fixed it. Yep, one of these days we’ll get figure it all out.

The Dude - 08/01/12 - 5:25pm

Darren “Bearclaw” Berrecloth: Qualicum Beach, BC Canada. Not American.

You’ll get the hang of snarky anonymous talkbacks eventually.

Troll Face - 08/01/12 - 5:37pm

Non Kashima fork? waaa

satisFACTORYrider - 08/01/12 - 6:45pm

brendog will be sailing this ship @ rampage soon!

Xris - 08/01/12 - 9:58pm

I also second that “No Kashima Coating” for that fork? I would have thought the top of the line gambler got the top of the line fork, especially with the new fork in the works already.

mtb-magazin - 08/02/12 - 12:59pm

Nice bike, can’t wait to see it in real life.

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