Scott bikes

The first mountain bike was produced in 1986, but more important was the invention of an aerodynamic handlebar, with which cyclist Greg LeMond won the Tour de France, only eight seconds ahead of Laurent Fignon. Today, this form of handlebar is obligatory for most time trial races and is also used in triathlons.

In 1991, Scott produced the first suspension fork named "Unishock" and a year later, the first full suspension mountain bike was shown to the public.

The racing bicycle sector expanded continuously and in 2002, stage 10 of the Tour de France was won by Patrice Halgand riding for the Jean Delatour team, which was at that time supported by Scott. Today, SCOTT supplies the new Australian proTeam GreenEDGE with equipment.