by Patrick Gill
Published: May 4, 2022 (2 weeks ago)
North Vancouver, BC

The Scott Plasma 10 is a light and fast carbon tri bike – this bike is ready to ride or race, my challenge with it is that it does not fit me. It felt great on the test ride, when I went to get it fitted it was a no go, a little too small for me (I’m 6’ 2”). It’s a great entry tri bike.

Size: Large / 56cm

Cassette: Shimano, 10-speed (11-25)

Brakeset: Shimano Dura-Ace

Front & Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace

Shift Levers: Shimano Dura-Ace, bar-end

Saddle: Fizik Arione Tri 2

Handlebar: Profile O-Zero base bar w/T2 + Cobra extensions

Handlebar Stem: Profile Hammer OS

Frame Tubing Material: Scott HMF-NET carbon w/integrated seatpost

Tires: Continental Triathlon, 700 x 23c


Factory Description: Scott’s Plasma 10 takes aerodynamics and speed up a notch. Every tube on this carbon frame is shaped to maximize speed and reduce air drag. Furthering that mission is the integrated fork, ultra narrow chainstays, integrated cable routing and frame cutouts that shield the wheels from the wind. To make sure you are aerodynamic, too, are the Profile bars, stem, brake levers and aerobars. Powering this aero rocket is Shimano’s pro-level Dura-Ace components that provide flawless shifting. And Shimano’s wheels make sure all of your power goes into moving you forward. Plus, time-trial specific parts such as the Fizik Tri saddle, Continental tires and Shimano Dura-Ace bar end shifters will put a new records easily within reach.