Scott Sub Cross Series
So you’re indecisive. Or not.
You want a mountain bike for riding on trails in the Grand Forest. No. You want a road bike so you can ride Seattle-to-Portland. No, that’s not right either. You plan on bike commuting to work during the week, and doing some touring and camping on the weekend. On gravel roads. Or maybe you’ll start doing triathlons.
You just want a bike. Is that so hard?
If you can’t make up your mind, and want just one bike to handle everything, Scott has you covered with their Sub Cross series of bikes. Starting under $600 with the SubCross 50 model and going up to $900 with the well-appointed SubCross 30, Scott gives you a family of bikes that do nothing exceptionally well but don’t lack much in any department either.
Like any good dual sport bike, Scott’s Sub Cross bikes work well on or off road. They are a little too off-road capable to be called an upright-handlebar road bike. They are too light and efficient on the pavement to be considered mountain bikes.
The Sub Cross is like the Range Rover that gets driven in the city, but gets you through the mud to the ski cabin a few times a year.