Plenty of shots have been published of next year's brood of mountain bikes from Scott.
We now have a look into the graphics and parts packages of most of the road bikes. Along with some bold, new color schemes for the bikes, there are a couple of noteworthy refinements to Scott's popular shoe line-up. Stay tuned for more shots!

Drawing too many cues from a 2014 Specialized
Tarmac, here is the new top of the line Foil Premium.
The new Syncros rim shape should be a big
improvement over the 2014 model.

In less than an hour, 3 out of 3 everyday cycling
fans to see this Foil immediately made the connection
and comparison to Lance's first US Postal Service Trek.
Perhaps Scott designers thought that a younger
generation of riders would not notice.

 Obligatory preview of a 2015 bike that will come
with, (sigh) disc brakes..... 

3 bright graphics packages for the new generation


For 2015, like the couple of years preceding,
Scott continues to do just enough to
be considered a player in the cyclocross market.
The Addict CX, while a great bike, hasn't seen any
frame or parts updated in a while. No doubt
this equal responce to consumer (racer) habits and
the focus on growing markets like Crapvel bikes.

 The new Plasma borrows heavily from
Sebastian Kienle's European Championship winning bike.
Prepare to shell out $10,000+.

Once again, the Contessa line for women
hits all the genre's of riding. The bikes,
like this Scale, get slick graphic redo's.

Scott's top of the line road shoe gets some new colors.
Features and build look the same, but expect the shoe 
to be stiffer than the last generation.

 Ditto for the MTB Premium shoe. If this shoe becomes 
available in time for the CX season, look for it to be a
popular option for racers needing new shoes.