Video: Scott Gambler 710 and Voltage FR 710 prototype testing

Scott rocks us with this edit showing how they properly test their DH and FR rigs.


Scott Gambler Prototype

Fresh from Scott Sports, this video highlights how they push the “limits” of 3D printing to help create their prototype bikes. The new Scott Gambler 710 and Voltage FR 710 are featured along with the rawkin’ metal sound track (Slayer) that makes you want to go fast. Big jumps, big drops, big roosts and big crashes are the order of the day.

If the style of this edit looks familiar, it’s because it is shot by our friend GaĆ«tan and his crew from ShapeRideShoot. Riders are Alex Evans, Nick Pescetto, Nico Vink and Vincent Tupin. Great job as always, guys!

Click through the photo gallery below to see some of the “testing” action as well as few photos of the new Scott Voltage that we took during the recent Scott Week press launch.

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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  • JimmyDee says:

    writing that puts the “porn” in bike porn.

    I’d have enjoyed it more if there were intelligent people at the beginning handing off some prototypes to some reckless riders instead of this load of horseshit with a couple of guys looking blazed and like they just woke up suddenly making a frame, printing it in 3D (which somehow equals pulling parts from a dumpster??), then riding the heck out of them awesomely.

    I half expected LMFAO to jump out from behind the trees and start spraying champagne at them.

    I know things have to be dumbed down for the public, but do we have to glorify dumbing shit down?

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