Ransom 900/700 Tuned
170mm of Trail Munchin’, Climb Crushing, Stage Winning Mountain Bike Excellence
Scott first introduced the Ransom in 2006 and it has definitely earned its place in the history of our sport. Riders piloted this bike to impressive places after it first came out and we’re excited to see the 2019 Ransom primed to take back that honor.
With a progressive geometry, clever frame design and 170mm of front and rear wheel travel, the Ransom is going to answer the call for many aggressive riders looking for a snappy, high performing bike with big hit capabilities.
2,650g – At Scott, the weight of our bikes is always at the center of our engineering. Using our EvoLap Carbon technology, not only have we been able to design a frame, shock and hardware combo that weighs in at just 2650g, but we’ve also managed to make our strongest carbon frame to date.
FOX NUDE TR – For a bike of the Ransom’s nature, we wanted to make sure that we had suspension to match. We worked with FOX to develop the all new and exclusive to SCOTT FOX NUDE TR. This shock benefits from all the advantages of our TwinLoc Suspension System, and in addition allows you to choose how progressive your shock is on the fly. No need to add or remove tokens or spacers, just flip a switch and go from a more linear to a more progressive setting – easy as that.
One Frame, Two Wheel Sizes – Following in the Genius’s footsteps, the all new Ransom can fit either 27.5” or 29” wheels. All you have to do is flip a chip on the linkage, swap wheels and you’re good to go. You can fit up to a 2.6” tire in the 20” setting, or a 2.8” in the 27.5” option. Versatility is key.
Three Build Options – Starting with the base model 930, Scott offers a Ransom at several price points for riders of varying budgets and wheel preferences.
New Syncros Hixon iC Rise Handlebar – In conjunction with the Ransom release, for 2019 we’ve expanded our much-lauded lightweight Hixon integrated bar and stem combo that debuted on the Genius to include a wider and higher rise for the extra demands of the All-Mountain / Enduro rider.
To learn more, visit Scott-sports.com/page/ransom