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Scott Sports SA (formerly Scott USA) is a Swiss producer of bicycles, winter equipment, motorsports gear and sportswear. Company's main office is in Givisiez, Switzerland. Branches are located around Europe and in USA, South Africa and India.
In 1958, engineer and skier Ed Scott from
In 1989, Scott introduced one of the most significant innovations in the history of cycling to mass market – the clip-on aerodynamic handlebar. The handlebar was strategically utilized by American
In 1991, Scott produced their first suspension fork named "Unishock" and a year later, their first full-suspension mountain bicycle was shown to the public.
In 2001 they launched the CR1, a road bike frame, at 895 grams it was the lightest frame available at the time.
In March 2017, the Scott-Sram team of world and Olympic champion Nino Schurter and Matthias Stirnemann won the eight-day