With the Genius 910 Scott improves upon their tradition of making a mountain bike that can be ridden “anywhere at any time.” Designed around proven trail-bike geometry then built with a carbon frame, and alloy swingarm, the Genius 910 delivers super-bike performance to the rest of us. A host of top-quality components and fast-rolling 29 inch wheels equip the Genius 910 to be ridden on any manner of terrain. Long climbs quickly disappear when the Genius is set in climb mode, via Scott’s TwinLoc remote lever, and its tall tires get you closer to the top with every pedal stroke. On descents the Genius geometry takes over and puts 140mm of travel to good use by allowing you to ride up and over obstacles instead of around them. Shimano supplies their new 2×11 XT drivetrain components to offer the gearing needed to get up to speed on any trail while XT disc brakes keep that speed in check on the way down. When the going gets really rough just lower the Reverb dropper post to get the saddle out of way and greatly increase the bike’s maneuverability. All of this and more make a Scott Genius 910 the proven way to ride fast on a wide variety of trails.
Scott builds their Genius 910 to tackle all manner of trails without holding back. A lightweight HMF carbon mainframe is mated to an alloy swingarm for increased reliability and reduced price. The same geometry design that makes the entire Genius line shine in a wide variety of conditions is incorporated within the 910 to great effect. Less twitchy than a cross-country racer the Genius 910 is made to be ridden fast over rough trails and really excels on long descents. Front and back suspension are courtesy of Fox with their Float Performance Elite fork and Nude shock customized to work seamlessly with Scott’s TwinLoc remote lever. Three different modes – Climb, Trail and Descend – are accessed with this lever to offer a dialed ride anywhere on the mountain. Shimano provides their new XT drivetrain with two chainrings and an 11-40 11-speed cassette to get you over-the-hill and through the woods quickly. Speed control is covered by XT hydraulic disc brakes and a set of 180mm rotors bringing the Syncros wheelset to a stop when needed. Also, tubeless-ready rims and tires allow you to save a little rotational weight while improving traction and flat protection. Scott even includes a RockShox dropper seatpost to let you get the most out of this bike on rocky and steep descents.