Scott Speedster 50 - 2018

Scott Speedster 50


Scott's Speedster 50 is an exciting, zippy bike that eats up the tarmac. It boasts a butted-aluminum frame and fork to deliver responsive handling, effortless climbing, and a stiff ride. Plus, its 14-speed Shimano drivetrain, powerful Tektro dual-pivot brakes, light Syncros wheels, and road-hugging Kenda tires make every ride easy and fun.


Frame Speedster / Butted 6061 Alloy, Endurance geometry / Integrated Headtube
Fork Speedster Alloy, 1 1/8" Alloy steerer
Headset Integrated Steel Cup
Rims/Wheels Syncros Race 22, 24 Front, 28 Rear
Hubs Formula Comp 24 H / Formula Comp 28 H
Spokes SHA-DAR Black 2mm
Tires Schwalbe Lugano, 700x28C
Crankset Shimano Claris FC-RS200
Chainrings 50/34
Bottom Bracket Shimano BB-UN26
Chain KMC Z-50
Front Derailleur Shimano FD-A070
Rear Derailleur Shimano RD-A070, 14 Speed
Cassette/Rear Cogs Shimano CS-HG41, 7 Speed 11-28 T
Shifters Shimano ST-A070, Dual control 14 Speed
Handlebars Syncros RR2.0, Comfort 31.8mm
Stem JD ST123A Alloy, 1 1/8" / four Bolt 31.8mm
Brakes Tektro Comp SCBR-313, 39-51mm
Saddle Syncros FL2.5
Seat Post Syncros RR2.5 27.2/350mm

* Subject to change without notice.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black/Red / 47cm 889143667437 265366019
Black/Red / 49cm 889143667444 265366020
Black/Red / 52cm 889143667451 265366021
Black/Red / 54cm 889143667468 265366022
Black/Red / 56cm 889143667475 265366023
Black/Red / 58cm 889143667482 265366024
Black/Red / 61cm 889143667499 265366025


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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.


  • Fast 
  • Versatile 
  • Durable 


  • Bad On Turns 
  • Heavy 

Best Uses

  • Commuting/City 
  • Road Biking 


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Great first road bike


from Houston

About Me Competitive Cyclist


  • Versatile
  • Fast
  • Durable


  • Heavy
  • Bad On Turns

Best Uses

  • Commuting/City
  • Road Biking


I bought this bike to ride hard and fast. It's a great bang for your buck. It doesn't handle turns as smoothly as I would like, but if you're not racing it shouldn't be a problem. The bike is very comfortable and I've had no problems on long distance rides. The biggest downsides are the weight, handling, and shifters. It comes equipped with thumb shifters, which are impossible to reach from the drops. If you ride on the drops a lot, move onto the next level up. If not, it still shifts crisp.

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