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My 2015 Scott Addict Team IAM

ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
edited December 2016 in Your road bikes
Had this bike since Oct 15 and so glad I chose this over the others I was looking at.

Spec is as follows:

Frame: 2015 Addict Team HMX Size 56cm - 790g frame, 300g fork

Groups: Full Dura Ace 9000 mechanical

Wheels: Syncros (DT Swiss) RL1.1 28mm carbon clinchers - 1310g

Tyres: 23c Continental GP4000S II - 205g each

Pedals: Look Keo Blade 2 Ti - 90g each

Bars: Syncros 1.1

Finishing Kit: Syncros 1.0

Sadle: Prologo Zero II Ti-rox - 205g

Total weight is 6.44kg including pedals and Arundel carbon bottle cages

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Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

IG: RhinosWorkshop
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  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    Just received my 2016 Zipp 404s claimed 1690g but they came in at 1670g.

    Also swapped over the saddle to a Fizik Arione 00, 145g on the nose as claimed.

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    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • curto80curto80 Posts: 314
    I'm going to have to confiscate that sadly
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  • homers_doublehomers_double Posts: 7,198
    Looks light and fast.
    Advocate of disc brakes.
  • bristolpetebristolpete Posts: 2,255
    Thats like taking a shotgun to a knife fight. Lovely bike, just lovely.
  • That thing must fly if you've got the legs...........
  • alex222alex222 Posts: 598
    I am not convinced on the tea towels though
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    They're decorative so the Mrs tells me?!.....
    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • I've been told it's a bit nervous bike on the downhill,is it true ?

    It's a beautiful machine,hats off to you.
  • Unfortunately the chopping board (on the hob) sentiment is wrong - replace 'love' with 'n+1'
    All the gear, but no idea...
  • Quite like this colourway, and I see Westbrooks have them again listed as a 2015 frame for sale.

    Nice build OP.
    I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles
  • hugo15hugo15 Posts: 1,101
    Looks good. I picked up an Addict Team Issue frame from Westbrooks and got them to build it with Ultegra and Mavic Ksyirum. I'm so pleased with the bike. It's very responsive but also very comfortable.
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    I've been told it's a bit nervous bike on the downhill,is it true ?

    It's a beautiful machine,hats off to you.


    Not in the slightest.

    I've had over well 70kph out of it and it was rock solid and stable.

    I can't say the same for the C60 I had a go on at the weekend..... Maybe I just wasn't used to it, but there were a few brown pants moments!
    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    New 404s fully fitted with Continental Race Lite 80mm valve tubes and 23c Schwalbe Ones:

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    Full bike weighs in at 6.90kg including pedals, 2x cages and Garmin mount.
    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • bendertherobotbendertherobot Posts: 11,684
    Nice that, nice to see something in colours you don't often see
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  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    New treats en route....

    Tune DC14 skewers... 33g to replace my Zipp 85g skewers.

    Should be delivered next week from Germany.
    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    Whoops.... May have just ordered some Di2 mechs.
    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    So, I’ve been busy buying some parts to upgrade my Addict, and have now nearly finished my Di2 installation…

    Parts list this month:

    • Shimano 9070 Di2 Shifters 2x11
    • Shimano 9070 Di2 Rear Derailleur
    • Shimano 9070 Di2 Front Derailleur
    • Shimano SM-EW90-A Di2 Junction A Box - E-Tube, 3 Port
    • Shimano JC41 Di2 Internal Junction B Box
    • Shimano SM-BTR2 Di2 Internal Battery
    • Shimano SM-BCR2 Di2 Battery Charger
    • Shimano SD50 Di2 Electric Wire – 950mm (Junction Box A-B)
    • Shimano SD50 Di2 Electric Wire – 800mm (Battery to B)
    • Shimano SD50 Di2 Electric Wire – 650mm (Rear Derailleur to B)
    • Shimano SD50 Di2 Electric Wire – 300mm (Front Mech to B)
    • Shimano SD50 Di2 Electric Wire x2 – 300mm (Shifters to A)
    • Shimano Hollowtech-II Left Crank Arm Locking Stopper Plate (Snapped Original)
    • Ritchey Di2 Battery Seatpost Mount
    • Syncros Bar Tape (Black)
    • Tune DC14 Skewers (Black)
    • KMC X11-SL Chain (Silver)
    • Sugru Mouldable Glue (Black)


    I currently don’t own the most accurate set of scales, but still weighed all the components. I think my scales show around 1-2g heavy…


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    Amazing bike stand…

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    Battery installed in seatpost with Ritchey mount:

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    Had to drill the frame and enlarge the existing 3.5mm cable entry point to fit the 5.5mm SD50 e-tube through for the front mech:

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    As she stands now, just waiting for my new chain and 950mm SD50 e-tube wire to arrive before refitting the last bits and filling the existing cable holes in the frame (using black Sugru for this):

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    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • FlâneurFlâneur Posts: 3,081
    that ironing board is my favourite pic. must avoid using mine in similar fashion before I complain about dirt on the white shirts!

    Still like the bike
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  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    So, I returned home last night to a plethora of packages, but none containing the one bloody wire I need to link up all my newly installed Di2 goodies…..

    This aside, I put the chainset back on and sorted the brakes out.

    Old Dura Ace chain:

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    New KMC X11-SL chain coming in 11g lighter:

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    Never weighed my bottle cages, quite hefty but hold my bottles well:

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    New Tune DC14 skewers, proper bike porn:

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    And the bike ready to roll once downtube wire is installed and everything poked into the BB (bar tape will be done once 100% happy with bars/shifter position):

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    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • alex222alex222 Posts: 598
    Nice. You're really not holding back on this build.
  • Love that!
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    So, after snapping two chain tools, I’ve finally got the bike fully built and running perfect.
    I really am loving Di2, so much better in terms of responsiveness and ease of use.
    There is zero rubbing when cross-chaining (53-28) and it’s absolutely silent. The only thing I can here are the jockey wheels whirring in the rear derailleur.

    I also installed and linked up my Shimano D-Fly unit so I get the read-outs on my Garmin 1000, great bit of kit! I mounted in it my seat tube since I didn't want it visible. Shimano say it has to be on the rear chainstay, but that’s presumably on aluminium bikes. On carbon, it’s fine in the frame. I have it running between the battery and junction box B.

    Also downloaded E-Tube Project and set my groupset up to ‘Very Fast’. Drops from 28-11 so much quicker now.

    Had my first attempt at wrapping bars with Deda Traforato tape. Was pretty easy and I did a pretty good job I think. Very comfy and super light (32g with bar plugs).

    This was also my first proper run on my new Tune DC14 skewers, they were faultless and very happy with 104kg rider going downhill at 60kph.

    So the bike now comes in at 6850g on the nose, this is with pedals, cages and Garmin mount & sensor.

    Fully built:

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    Nice shot from a 40k shakedown on Sunday:

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    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    Just took some quick pics with my Samyang 12mm f/2 on my Fuji X-T1:

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    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • bluemoon17bluemoon17 Posts: 718
    Top build, hope you enjoy it.
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,667
    Love it. Also have my eye on the same bike, maybe for my 30th later in the year.

    For some reason that first picture hasn't resized well, it's gone all zig-zaggy at the edges. (bars, wheels and top tube)
  • ryan_w-2ryan_w-2 Posts: 1,162
    coriordan wrote:
    Love it. Also have my eye on the same bike, maybe for my 30th later in the year.

    For some reason that first picture hasn't resized well, it's gone all zig-zaggy at the edges. (bars, wheels and top tube)


    I got mine 2 months before my 30th (early present). So glad I went for this over the BMC.

    i would say it's a much better bike than in its original form, but that's down to personal preference and riding style.

    As for the pics, all seem fine on all my computers / browsers / tablets?
    Specialized Allez Sprint Disc --- Specialized S-Works SL7

    IG: RhinosWorkshop
  • Just pulled the trigger on the foil version in the same colourway, haven't decided on gruppo yet but cannot wait!
    I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles
  • REDUTOPIAREDUTOPIA Posts: 71
    I like it!!!
  • mallorcajeffmallorcajeff Posts: 1,489
    Bang on that is. Reminds me of my addict rc with di2 i had in mallorca for a few years was amazing ride and still not managed to beat it five bikes later.
  • norvernrobnorvernrob Posts: 1,437
    I love the bike (was thinking of one myself), but can't help thinking the wheels don't suit it and there should be something light and nimble looking on there to match the slender frame.

    The wheels can't be very light either, as the bike weighs more than my Foil with Racing Zero Nites, and I'm sure your frame is lighter than mine!
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