2021 Scott Ransom 930

A 29″ aluminum frame full suspension enduro bike with upper mid-range components, priced near the low end of the Ransom model range. Compare the full range

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2021 Scott Ransom 930
MSRP$2,999
Weight34.2 lbs
SuspensionFull
Travel170mm rear, 170mm front
FrameAluminum
ForkRockShox ZEB
Wheels29″
Drivetrain1 × 12
GroupsetNX, SX Eagle
BrakesHydraulic Disc
SeatpostDropper post
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Gearing

1 × 12 — 12 speed

Ransom 930

25 mph

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26 mph

The Ransom 930 is geared about the same as similar bikes for riding up hills.

The Ransom 930 is geared about the same as similar bikes for riding downhill.


Estimated Spec Level

Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more. Learn more

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Reviews

August 2021

BikeRadar
Scott Ransom 920 review

The Ransom loves the rough stuff, but more mid-stroke support would better balance the ride

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March 2021

Pinkbike
Review: Scott Ransom eRIDE 910 – A Versatile Long-Travel Machine

The Ransom eRIDE delivers the all-round capabilities that you'd typically expect from bikes with less travel.

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November 2020

Bikerumor
Scott Ransom 24" & 26" full suspension kid-tuned mountain bikes may lead to a Future Pro

Get your kids up to speed and shredding hard with the new Ransom 400 & 600, with pro-level, kid-specific geometry, suspension and components!

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January 2020

ENDURO Mountainbike Magazine
SCOTT Ransom 900 Tuned on test – the most efficient long-travel bike

Every data point of the SCOTT Ransom 900 Tuned hints at a love for speed and big hits: 29” wheels, 170 mm travel, 64.5° head angle. On the trail, however, the bike turned out to be one of the most versatile of the test field. Read on to find out why.

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May 2019

Freehub
Scott Ransom 910 // Bike Review

If the Scott Ransom is a bike that you’re unfamiliar with, you’re not alone. That’s in part due to the fact that before this year, the bike was last produced in 2006. The 2019 model comes with more suspension, bigger wheels, and a list of adjustments that help it stand out from the noise. The Ransom strikes me as a very technical bike. There are many adjustments to be made to the suspension, shock linkage, wheel size and rear spring curve. I imagine while listing the attributes Scott wanted for the new Ransom, the engineers made a long list and said, “Yes, all of it.” This is not a bike that was slapped together, but a project designed to push the envelope in a sensible way. This Ransom 910 features a complex twin lock system that actuates the front fork and rear shock simultaneously with two adjustments. With the flip of your left thumb you can send the bike into one of two setups. The first is a firmer “traction mode” which effectively lifts the bottom bracket height and firms the suspension. The second is a full lockout mode—front and rear. The rear shock features an additional adjustment that I haven’t experienced before. The Fox Nude rear shock has a ramp adjustment that changes the size of the shock’s air chamber to give a more linear feel or progressive ramp. Riders are also able to pick their wheel size. The bike that was tested came with 29 inch hoops, but you can also opt to run 27.5 wheels if that’s your thing.

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April 2019

Mountain Bike Action
Bike Test: Scott Ransom 900 Tuned

The shuttle bike that isn’t afraid to pedal

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January 2019

Loam Wolf
Review: Scott Ransom – Bike of the Year

One of the most versatile, fun to ride and beautiful bikes we've ridden! The new Scott Ransom does everything well and excels in certain areas, making it our bike of the year.

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November 2018

MBR
Scott Ransom 700 Tuned review - MBR

The Scott Ransom replaces the old Genius LT and builds on the success of the shorter travel Genius and Spark (our previous Trail Bike of the Year winners).

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Geometry

Sizing
SM

5'2" – 5'8"

MD

5'6" – 5'11"

LG

5'10" – 6'3"

XL

6'1" – 6'7"

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Specs
Build
Frame

Ransom Alloy SL 6011 Custom butted / VLK Virtual 4 Link kinematic 27.5" (2.6 & 2.8) and 29" (2.4 & 2.6) tire compatible with Geo-BB adj. TBC Trunnion box construction / Boost 12x148mm

BB StandardBB86/BB92, press-fit

Fork

RockShox Zeb R Solo Air 15x110mm Maxle stealth axle 42mm offset / Tapered Steerer Reb. Adj. / 170mm travel

Rear Shock

X-Fusion NUDE Trunnion SCOTT custom w. travel / geo adj. 3 modes: Lockout-Traction Control-Descend Reb. Adj. Travel 170-120-Lockout / 205X65mm

Bottom Bracket

SRAM DUB PF integrated / shell 41x92mm

Headset

Syncros OE Press Fit E2 / Tapered 1.5"-1 1/8" OD 50/62mm / ID 44/56mm

Stem

Syncros XM1.5 / Alloy 6061 integrated Spacer & Top Cap / 31.8mm / 0° / 1 1/8"

Handlebar

Syncros Hixon 1.5 Rise / Alloy 20140D.B. 20mm rise / 8° / 800mm Syncros Pro lock-on grips

Saddle

Syncros Kaslo 2.0 Crmo Rails

Seatpost

Syncros Duncan 2.5 Dropper Post 31.6mm / S 125mm / M 150mm / L & XL 170mm

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

SRAM NX / Eagle 12 Speed

Crank

SRAM X1000 Eagle DUB Boost 32T

Shifters

SRAM SX Eagle Trigger

Cassette

SRAM NX / PG1210 / 11-50 T

Chain

SRAM CN SX Eagle

Chain Guide

SCOTT Chainguide

Brakes

Shimano MT420 4 Piston

Wheels
Rims

Syncros X-30S / 32H / 30mm / Sleeve Joint Tubeless ready

Spokes

Stainless Black 15G / 1.8mm

Front Hub

Formula CL-811 / 15x110mm

Rear Hub

Formula CL-148S / Boost 12x148mm

Tires

Maxxis Assegai / 2.6" / 60TPI Folding Bead EXO / TR / Dual

Disk Rotors

Shimano SM-RT30 / CL / 203/F and 180/R

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