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Old 02-28-06, 06:21 PM
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Scott bicycle question

Anyone know anything about a Scott Catilina? It has nexus 4 speed gearing.roller cam brakes front and rear...I was just curious of the country of origin and what year-years they were made and what the new cost was---thanks in advance---JJ
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Try posting this in the classic bike forum. A quick search found a 2001 Scott Catalina cruiser type bike on roadbikereview. Could not tell if they were quoting $89 or over $450.
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A bike from 2001 is a classic now? Wow time flies when you get older...
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Originally Posted by ken cummings
Try posting this in the classic bike forum. A quick search found a 2001 Scott Catalina cruiser type bike on roadbikereview. Could not tell if they were quoting $89 or over $450.
Yeah saw the roadbikereview thing and every search brings up dead ends? JJ
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These were made for the euro market before Scott restablished Scott USA I beleive.

And Merlin, its the "2001 and older" catagory so it could well be ten years older than that (although I doubt it)

I had a nice Scott mtb around '94 or so. This seems like a hi-ten framed city cruiser though, and I dont remember anything like that from back then.
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Originally Posted by stumpjumper
These were made for the euro market before Scott restablished Scott USA I beleive.

And Merlin, its the "2001 and older" catagory so it could well be ten years older than that (although I doubt it)

I had a nice Scott mtb around '94 or so. This seems like a hi-ten framed city cruiser though, and I dont remember anything like that from back then.
Hadn't considered it could have been made for the Euro-market.Its the only bike I've ever seen with the rollercam front brake--JJ
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