Birth of Scott
The sport of skiing was revolutionized with a technical innovation from Ed SCOTT, a talented engineer and ski racer living in Sun Valley, Idaho. Ed SCOTT's invention of the first tapered aluminium ski pole immediately replaced the sport's existing use of bamboo and steel.
That revolutionary invention launched a new brand, SCOTT. In 1989, SCOTT introduced one of the most significant product innovations in the history of cycling - The Aerodynamic Handlebar. This handlebar, shaped by Charley French, was strategically utilized by American Greg Lemond in his 1989 Tour de France win.
Olympic & World Champions
OLYMPIC AND WORLD CHAMPIONS
Winning both the Olympic Gold Medal and the XCO World Championships in their categories in the same year, SCOTT-Odlo MTB Racing’s Nino Schurter and Jenny Rissveds not only marked a milestone in the sport of Mountain Biking, but also marked the most successful year in the history of SCOTT.
NINO SCHURTER : PERFECT SEASON
After achieving the biggest goal of his career, winning Gold at the Olympics in Rio in 2016, Nino Schurter went even further in 2017 by winning everything an XC mountain bike athlete can win- every World Cup race, the legendary Cape Epic stage race and the World Championships.
RUTH CROFT WINS GOLDEN TRAIL SERIES
In 2018 New Zealander Ruth Croft beat the world’s best trail runners to be crowned Golden Trail Series Champion, a true milestone for both Ruth and Scott Running.
N1NO SCHURTER IS THE 2021 XCO WORLD CHAMPION
Nino Schurter wins the 2021 XCO World Championships in Val di Sole, Italy, in incredible fashion leaving a mark in the history books.