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The Scout from Nukeproof is a trail specific hardtail which will take you back to minimal fuss, raw mountain biking. As with any Nukeproof bike, the frame is aggressively designed, to attack the trail.
Scout is robust and versatile enough to provide comfort for longer XC rides, while allowing excellent handling at top speed. A low bottom bracket, slack head angle and stiff frame allow you to explore endless singletrack, rail berms or session the pump track.
Designed around a 29" wheel size, the Scout 290 Pro features a custom hydroformed T6 6061 aluminium frame with Rockshox Yari RC forks with 130mm travel.
A dependable SRAM transmission features a GX chainset, shifter and derailleur. SRAM DB5 hydraulic disc brakes front and rear deliver consistent reliability and control.
Finishing kit consists of the tried and tested Warhead range of components, with SRAM Roam 30 wheels. A WTB Vigilante tyre on the front and WTB Trail Boss on the rear complete the Scout 290 Comp.
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