Mark Gorman’s Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup

The Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup needs no introduction. You don’t need to be a World Cup Pro to enjoy the benefits of a bike worthy of the tops riders in the world. That is the beauty of cycling. If Nino Shurter can ride it, then pretty much anyone else can. If you can’t get your hands on it, consumers will have the chance in the very near future, cost aside.

Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup
The Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup at Suicide 6 in Vermont.

Below is the Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup we use in the office for some of our MTB product testing for reviews.

Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup

Frame: Scott Spark RC Carbon with BB92 bottom bracket / Carbon SMC Link Carbon swingarm / SW dropouts for Boost 12x148mm
TBC Trunnion Box Construction

Fork: Rockshox SID

Rear Shock: N/A

Seatpost / Saddle: Magura Vyron wireless dropper and Syncros saddle

Stem / Bar: Syncros Frasier SL bar 100mm / -17 degree rise.

Grips: Syncros with integrated fork lock

Shifter: SRAM XX1 Eagle

Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX1 Eagle

Cranks / Powermeter: SRAM XX1 Eagle with Quarq Power Meter and SRAM DUB Bottom Bracket

Chain / Cassette: SRAM XX1 Eagle Rainbow 10-50 tooth.

Wheelset: Rolf Alsea Carbon Mountain Bike Wheels

Tires / Sealant: Maxxis Aspen DC 29″ x 2.2″ with Stan’s Sealant.

Weight: 24.2 lbs in size XL

Scott Spark RC 900 World Cup
On the trails of Killington Vermont pre-dropper post.

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