[Bike Check] Filippo Colombo’s New Scott Spark


Filippo Colombo, after leaving BMC, joins the Scott SRAM team and becomes for all intents and purposes the new teammate of Nino Schurter, replacing Lars Forster who now rides for Thömus .

Before Christmas, Filippo stopped by so we could snap some photos of the new bike he trains on the trails with. 

Scott Spark. The second bottle cage has a tool holder.
The handlebar has a negative stem, but not as negative as a teammate’s.
The shock absorber is hidden in here.
RockShox SID Ultimate fork with 120mm travel.
SRAM Eagle AXS  1×12 drivetrain with a Quarq powermeter.
No brand seatpost, but we know it’s a Yep Podio with 80mm of travel.
Maxxis Aspen tires.
Ti spindles on his HT pedals.
Here is the angle of the stem seen from the side.
Remote control for the wireless drivetrain.
SRAM Centerline rotor out back at 160mm paired to level brakes with Ti hardware all around.
180mm rotor up front.
Twinlock, remote control that locks the suspension. Note the joystick style dropper lever.
Syncros carbon fiber rims.
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