Scott Contessa Ransom 910
The Scott Contessa Ransom 910 is a high-end enduro mountain bike designed to handle even the toughest trails. It features 170mm of travel both in the front and rear, with a Fox Float Performance Elite Air fork and a Fox NUDE TR EVOL Trunnion shock. This bike is equipped with a SRAM GX Eagle 12-speed shifter and rear derailleur, while Shimano XT M8120 4 Piston Disc brakes bring it to a halt. The bike has a carbon frame with a 6011 swingarm and Virtual 4 Link kinematic. The Syncros Revelstoke 2.0 wheels are tubeless ready and come with Maxxis Assegai and Dissector tires.
It’s fun and intuitive to ride, but isn’t quite as calm or controlled on trails as the suspension travel and component spec would lead you to believe
- Intuitive to ride quickly; Bosch motor feels great; Fox dampers are easy to set up; mostly well-specced
- Tyre traction very limited; undamped and harsh ride at times; tall frame limits size choice
With its huge reserves and confidence-inspiring handling, the SCOTT Ransom eRIDE 910 remains a strong all-rounder, suited for both beginners and advanced riders, as well as a comfortable companion for long rides. Moreover, the excellent suspension delivers...
- inspires huge amounts of confidence regardless of your riding skills
- suspension generates huge amount of traction and offers huge reserves
- comfort on long rides
- mismatched drivetrain components
- standard Bosch charge port cover doesn't protect from the elements
- Purion display
The Ransom eRIDE actually delivers the all-round capabilities that you'd expect from bikes with less travel. It's a great climber and at the same time the right tool for pinning down rough, technical trails, thanks to a stable geometry helped by long...
Scott has ditched TwinLoc adjust on its latest e-bike – the long-travel Scott Ransom eRide 910. Has this move unleashed full beast mode?
- Tall BB and long chainstays make it a tenacious rock crawler
- Tall BB and long chainstays make it too inert in the twisty stuff
Is your kid the next Future Pro? Even if not, Scott’s newest Ransom model will certainly make any young mountain biker very happy. While the new bike shares the Ransom name, the Future Pro model is specifically kid-tuned to create an amazing platform for...
Unfortunately, the 29″ wheels of the SCOTT Contessa Ransom 910 don’t work for short riders. Even with an active riding style, you quickly become a passenger on the bike. However, it has a lot of potential: convert to 27.5″ wheels, and it still climbs...
- very efficient climber despite the long travel
- very balanced on the descents with 27.5“ wheels
- colour 😍
- 29” wheels are too big for size S
- position of the dropper post remote
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Geometry Scott Contessa Ransom 910
|seat_tube_angle||75.0 °||75.5 °||75.0 °|
|head_tube_angle||64.5 °||65.0 °||64.5 °|
|top_tube_length (mm)||571.1 mm||569.7 mm||604.2 mm|
|standover (mm)||744.6 mm||733.9 mm||746.3 mm|
|stack (mm)||613.6 mm||609.8 mm||613.6 mm|
|reach (mm)||406.3 mm||412.0 mm||439.5 mm|
|bb_offset (mm)||-22.0 mm||-15.0 mm||-22.0 mm|
|trail (mm)||122.5 mm||112.3 mm||122.5 mm|
|stem_length (mm)||50.0 mm||50.0 mm||50.0 mm|
Customer questions & answers
FAQ Scott Contessa Ransom 910
How heavy is the Bike?
The Contessa Ransom 910 weights 14,50 kg. Thats roughly 32,0 pounds
What material is the frame of the Scott Contessa Ransom 910?
The Scott Contessa Ransom 910 ist crafted with Carbon. The wheels of this bike are made of carbon!
What is the recommended price given by the manufacturer Scott?
The SRP Price is our information at 6599 EUR
Where das the Brand Scott is originated?
Scott is a Company from United States