Scope Backyard Breakaway: Join us on an outstanding road bike adventure

We invite you and your friends to join us at the end of September in Eindhoven for the first edition of the Scope Backyard Breakaway. Riding together as a team of 4 to 6 riders you’ll have the chance to explore our test and training area, win some cool prizes and just simply have a great time with like-minded people.

SCOPE BACKYARD BREAKAWAY

JOIN US ON AN OUTSTANDING ROAD BIKE ADVENTURE

We invite you and your friends to join us on the 29th September in Eindhoven for the first edition of the Scope Backyard Breakaway. Riding together as a team of 4 to 6 riders you’ll have the chance to explore our test and training area, win some cool prizes and just simply have a great time with like-minded people. 

Join The Fun

 

To find out more about the Scope Backyard Breakaway please click here to read our detailed post or here to download our digital event brochure.

SCOPE BACKYARD BREAKAWAY

JOIN US ON AN OUTSTANDING ROAD BIKE ADVENTURE

We invite you and your friends to join us on the 29th September in Eindhoven for the first edition of the Scope Backyard Breakaway. Riding together as a team of 4 to 6 riders you’ll have the chance to explore our test and training area, win some cool prizes and just simply have a great time with like-minded people. 

Join The Fun

To find out more about the Scope Backyard Breakaway please click here to read our detailed post or here to download our digital event brochure.

SCOPE BACKYARD BREAKAWAY

JOIN US ON AN OUTSTANDING ROAD BIKE ADVENTURE

We invite you and your friends to join us on the 29th September in Eindhoven for the first edition of the Scope Backyard Breakaway. Riding together as a team of 4 to 6 riders you’ll have the chance to explore our test and training area, win some cool prizes and just simply have a great time with like-minded people. 

Join The Fun

To find out more about the Scope Backyard Breakaway please click here to read our detailed post or here to download our digital event brochure.

Custom Decal Disclaimer

Please make sure to take notice of and read this disclaimer.

CUSTOM DECAL DISCLAIMER

Scope custom decals are not resistant to aggressive cleaning agents. The cleaning method affects the lifetime of the decal.

Do not use abrasive and / or hard tools on the decals when cleaning your wheels. For stubborn dirt, use water and detergent.

Do not use a high-pressure cleaner to clean your wheels. Make sure, to use a soft cloth, water and detergent.

The decals do not require any special maintenance. Make sure to not use any silicone products and / or products on a turpentine basis to clean and / or maintain the decals. Such products will affect the foil and the print.

When cleaning your disc brake rotors with brake cleaner, make sure to keep the decals safe from the cleaner. Brake cleaner will affect the foil and the print.

CUSTOM DECAL DISCLAIMER

Scope custom decals are not resistant to aggressive cleaning agents. The cleaning method affects the lifetime of the decal.

Do not use abrasive and / or hard tools on the decals when cleaning your wheels. For stubborn dirt, use water and detergent.

Do not use a high-pressure cleaner to clean your wheels. Make sure, to use a soft cloth, water and detergent.  

The decals do not require any special maintenance. Make sure to not use any silicone products and / or products on a turpentine basis to clean and / or maintain the decals. Such products will affect the foil and the print.

When cleaning your disc brake rotors with brake cleaner, make sure to keep the decals safe from the cleaner. Brake cleaner will affect the foil and the print.

CUSTOM DECAL DISCLAIMER

Scope custom decals are not resistant to aggressive cleaning agents. The cleaning method affects the lifetime of the decal.

Do not use abrasive and / or hard tools on the decals when cleaning your wheels. For stubborn dirt, use water and detergent.

Do not use a high-pressure cleaner to clean your wheels. Make sure, to use a soft cloth, water and detergent.  

The decals do not require any special maintenance. Make sure to not use any silicone products and / or products on a turpentine basis to clean and / or maintain the decals. Such products will affect the foil and the print.

When cleaning your disc brake rotors with brake cleaner, make sure to keep the decals safe from the cleaner. Brake cleaner will affect the foil and the print.

Unboxing and installation

After one-and-a-half year of product development, we are happy to launch our first off-road specific wheelset, the all new O2. The wheelset is especially intended for the use on gravel-and XC mountain bikes.

UNBOXING AND INSTALLATION

MANUAL

You will find all required accessories to install your new Scope wheels in the box.

TUBELESS

All our wheels are tubeless-ready and come with pre-installed rim tape and tubeless valves. In case you prefer to ride with a regular inner tube you can easily remove the tubeless valves.

CASSETTE

Scope freehub bodies are available for Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo standards and optimized to fit 11spd-cassettes. If you are riding 10spd, please make sure to add the included 1mm spacer behind the cassette. Make sure you tighten the cassette ring with the correct amount of torque as recommended by the cassette manufacturer.

BRAKE TYPES

All Scope disc brake wheels are compatible with centerlock rotors. In order to install 6-bolt rotors, you’ll need an adapter. When installing the rotors, please make sure to tighten the rotor ring with the correct amount of torque as recommended by the rotor manufacturer.  

All Scope rim brake wheels come with special Scope brake pads. On the back side of each brake pad, you’ll find the rotation direction. This will allow you to easily install them into your brake calipers.

In order to mount your Scope rim brake wheels into your bike, you need to install the included quick releases. For disc brake wheels you need to make use of the thru-axles that are delivered with your bike.

PRODUCT REGISTRATION

Before getting amazed by their performance, please take a few minutes to register your new Scope wheels at our website scopecycling.com/registration.  

Registering your wheels will activate the warranty and will also help us to quickly assist you and your dealer in case support is required.

Enjoy your riding your new Scope wheels.

UNBOXING AND INSTALLATION

MANUAL

You will find all required accessories to install your new Scope wheels in the box.

TUBELESS

All our wheels are tubeless-ready and come with pre-installed rim tape and tubeless valves. In case you prefer to ride with a regular inner tube you can easily remove the tubeless valves.

CASSETTE

Scope freehub bodies are available for Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo standards and optimized to fit 11spd-cassettes. If you are riding 10spd, please make sure to add the included 1mm spacer behind the cassette. Make sure you tighten the cassette ring with the correct amount of torque as recommended by the cassette manufacturer.

BRAKE TYPES

All Scope disc brake wheels are compatible with centerlock rotors. In order to install 6-bolt rotors, you’ll need an adapter. When installing the rotors, please make sure to tighten the rotor ring with the correct amount of torque as recommended by the rotor manufacturer.  

All Scope rim brake wheels come with special Scope brake pads. On the back side of each brake pad, you’ll find the rotation direction. This will allow you to easily install them into your brake calipers.

In order to mount your Scope rim brake wheels into your bike, you need to install the included quick releases. For disc brake wheels you need to make use of the thru-axles that are delivered with your bike.

PRODUCT REGISTRATION

Before getting amazed by their performance, please take a few minutes to register your new Scope wheels at our website scopecycling.com/registration.  

Registering your wheels will activate the warranty and will also help us to quickly assist you and your dealer in case support is required.

Enjoy your riding your new Scope wheels.

UNBOXING AND INSTALLATION

MANUAL

You will find all required accessories to install your new Scope wheels in the box.

TUBELESS

All our wheels are tubeless-ready and come with pre-installed rim tape and tubeless valves. In case you prefer to ride with a regular inner tube you can easily remove the tubeless valves.

CASSETTE

Scope freehub bodies are available for Shimano, SRAM, and Campagnolo standards and optimized to fit 11spd-cassettes. If you are riding 10spd, please make sure to add the included 1mm spacer behind the cassette. Make sure you tighten the cassette ring with the correct amount of torque as recommended by the cassette manufacturer.

BRAKE TYPES

All Scope disc brake wheels are compatible with centerlock rotors. In order to install 6-bolt rotors, you’ll need an adapter. When installing the rotors, please make sure to tighten the rotor ring with the correct amount of torque as recommended by the rotor manufacturer.  

All Scope rim brake wheels come with special Scope brake pads. On the back side of each brake pad, you’ll find the rotation direction. This will allow you to easily install them into your brake calipers.

In order to mount your Scope rim brake wheels into your bike, you need to install the included quick releases. For disc brake wheels you need to make use of the thru-axles that are delivered with your bike.

PRODUCT REGISTRATION

Before getting amazed by their performance, please take a few minutes to register your new Scope wheels at our website scopecycling.com/registration.  

Registering your wheels will activate the warranty and will also help us to quickly assist you and your dealer in case support is required.

Enjoy your riding your new Scope wheels.

Project Crossroads

De snelste fietsen uit de wielersport worden op een klassieke manier vervaardigd: het frame door de ene producent, de wielen door een andere. Een racefiets in zijn geheel ontwerpen, van spaak tot stuurpen, kan de aerodynamica fors verbeteren. Een inzicht dat Scope Cycling en Ridley Bikes via CrossRoads2 willen verzilveren.

CROSSROADS2

AERODYNAMIC WHEEL-FRAME INTERACTION PROJECT

Type project: innovatieproject
Subsidiebedrag: € 134.920,-

De snelste fietsen uit de wielersport worden op een klassieke manier vervaardigd: het frame door de ene producent, de wielen door een andere. Een racefiets in zijn geheel ontwerpen, van spaak tot stuurpen, kan de aerodynamica fors verbeteren. Een inzicht dat Scope Cycling en Ridley Bikes via CrossRoads2 willen verzilveren.

Totaalaanpak

Door hyperspecialisatie worden de onderdelen van de snelste fietsen van het peloton los van elkaar vervaardigd. Een fietskader en een bijhorende wielset worden door verschillende producenten vervaardigd en pas achteraf samengesteld tot een volwaardige racefiets. Dat stramien willen Scope en Ridley, met de steun van CrossRoads2, doorbreken. Ze mikken op een prototype waarbij ze alle onderdelen samen uittekenen, ontwerpen en uittesten, met bijzondere aandacht voor de aerodynamica. Door frame en wielen tijdens dat proces op elkaar af te stellen, mikken ze op een gestroomlijnde, snellere fiets die tijdswinst oplevert.

Proef op de som

Tussen tekentafel en productieband zitten tal van stappen. Scope en Ridley willen eerst een conceptstudie maken, om vervolgens toe te werken naar een prototype. Met de deskundige hulp van Flanders Bike Valley, het Vlaamse innovatiecentrum voor de fietsindustrie, stellen ze dat model op de proef in een windtunnel. Door op basis van nadelige gas- en windstromingen het ontwerp minutieus bij te sturen, moet de racefiets op aerodynamisch vlak het neusje van de zalm worden. Is het project Aerodynamic Wheel-Frame Interaction succesvol, dan willen Ridley en Scope de ontwikkelde fastbike graag op de markt brengen.


Meer info: www.ridley-bikes.com, www.scopecycling.com en www.flandersbikevalley.be

CROSSROADS2

AERODYNAMIC WHEEL-FRAME INTERACTION PROJECT

Type project: innovatieproject
Subsidiebedrag: € 134.920,-

De snelste fietsen uit de wielersport worden op een klassieke manier vervaardigd: het frame door de ene producent, de wielen door een andere. Een racefiets in zijn geheel ontwerpen, van spaak tot stuurpen, kan de aerodynamica fors verbeteren. Een inzicht dat Scope Cycling en Ridley Bikes via CrossRoads2 willen verzilveren.

Totaalaanpak

Door hyperspecialisatie worden de onderdelen van de snelste fietsen van het peloton los van elkaar vervaardigd. Een fietskader en een bijhorende wielset worden door verschillende producenten vervaardigd en pas achteraf samengesteld tot een volwaardige racefiets. Dat stramien willen Scope en Ridley, met de steun van CrossRoads2, doorbreken. Ze mikken op een prototype waarbij ze alle onderdelen samen uittekenen, ontwerpen en uittesten, met bijzondere aandacht voor de aerodynamica. Door frame en wielen tijdens dat proces op elkaar af te stellen, mikken ze op een gestroomlijnde, snellere fiets die tijdswinst oplevert.

Proef op de som

Tussen tekentafel en productieband zitten tal van stappen. Scope en Ridley willen eerst een conceptstudie maken, om vervolgens toe te werken naar een prototype. Met de deskundige hulp van Flanders Bike Valley, het Vlaamse innovatiecentrum voor de fietsindustrie, stellen ze dat model op de proef in een windtunnel. Door op basis van nadelige gas- en windstromingen het ontwerp minutieus bij te sturen, moet de racefiets op aerodynamisch vlak het neusje van de zalm worden. Is het project Aerodynamic Wheel-Frame Interaction succesvol, dan willen Ridley en Scope de ontwikkelde fastbike graag op de markt brengen.


Meer info: www.ridley-bikes.com, www.scopecycling.com en www.flandersbikevalley.be

CROSSROADS2

AERODYNAMIC WHEEL-FRAME INTERACTION PROJECT

Type project: innovatieproject
Subsidiebedrag: € 134.920,-

De snelste fietsen uit de wielersport worden op een klassieke manier vervaardigd: het frame door de ene producent, de wielen door een andere. Een racefiets in zijn geheel ontwerpen, van spaak tot stuurpen, kan de aerodynamica fors verbeteren. Een inzicht dat Scope Cycling en Ridley Bikes via CrossRoads2 willen verzilveren.

Totaalaanpak

Door hyperspecialisatie worden de onderdelen van de snelste fietsen van het peloton los van elkaar vervaardigd. Een fietskader en een bijhorende wielset worden door verschillende producenten vervaardigd en pas achteraf samengesteld tot een volwaardige racefiets. Dat stramien willen Scope en Ridley, met de steun van CrossRoads2, doorbreken. Ze mikken op een prototype waarbij ze alle onderdelen samen uittekenen, ontwerpen en uittesten, met bijzondere aandacht voor de aerodynamica. Door frame en wielen tijdens dat proces op elkaar af te stellen, mikken ze op een gestroomlijnde, snellere fiets die tijdswinst oplevert.

Proef op de som

Tussen tekentafel en productieband zitten tal van stappen. Scope en Ridley willen eerst een conceptstudie maken, om vervolgens toe te werken naar een prototype. Met de deskundige hulp van Flanders Bike Valley, het Vlaamse innovatiecentrum voor de fietsindustrie, stellen ze dat model op de proef in een windtunnel. Door op basis van nadelige gas- en windstromingen het ontwerp minutieus bij te sturen, moet de racefiets op aerodynamisch vlak het neusje van de zalm worden. Is het project Aerodynamic Wheel-Frame Interaction succesvol, dan willen Ridley en Scope de ontwikkelde fastbike graag op de markt brengen.

Meer info: www.ridley-bikes.com, www.scopecycling.com en www.flandersbikevalley.be

Join the Scope Cycling Community!

You have successfully signed up to our mailing list and will now receive our Scope Cycling Notes on a regular basis.

JOIN THE SCOPE CYCLING COMMUNITY!

It’s our goal to provide you with the best possible riding experience. And we want to share our journey with you.  

Sign up to the Scope Cycling Notes to stay up to date about all things that drive us and get special access to our community. 

You’re just one pedal stroke away!


JOIN THE SCOPE CYCLING COMMUNITY!

It’s our goal to provide you with the best possible riding experience. And we want to share our journey with you.  

Sign up to the Scope Cycling Notes to stay up to date about all things that drive us and get special access to our community. 

You’re just one pedal stroke away!


JOIN THE
SCOPE CYCLING COMMUNITY!

It’s our goal to provide you with the best possible riding experience. And we want to share our journey with you.

Sign up to the Scope Cycling Notes to stay up to date about all things that drive us and get special access to our community.

You’re just one pedal stroke away!


Thanks for joining the Scope Cycling Community!

You have successfully signed up to our mailing list and will now receive our Scope Cycling Notes on a regular basis.

THANKS FOR JOINING THE SCOPE CYCLING COMMUNITY!

You have successfully signed up to our mailing list and will now receive our Scope Cycling Notes on a regular basis. We are looking forward to keep you up-to-date about our latest developments, interesting stories, and everything that makes us who we are: Scope Cycling. Developed in the Netherlands! 

Enjoy the ride. No Excuse.

THANKS FOR JOINING THE SCOPE CYCLING COMMUNITY!

You have successfully signed up to our mailing list and will now receive our Scope Cycling Notes on a regular basis. We are looking forward to keep you up-to-date about our latest developments, interesting stories, and everything that makes us who we are: Scope Cycling. Developed in the Netherlands! 

Enjoy the ride. No Excuse.

THANKS FOR JOINING THE
SCOPE CYCLING COMMUNITY!

You have successfully signed up to our mailing list and will now receive our Scope Cycling Notes on a regular basis. We are looking forward to keep you up-to-date about our latest developments, interesting stories, and everything that makes us who we are: Scope Cycling. Developed in the Netherlands! 

Enjoy the ride. No Excuse.