Art’s Cyclery’s Employee Bike Check

Art’s Cyclery Employee: Scott Smith

Position: Co-Owner

About the Build: Since Scott is one of the proud owners of Art’s Cyclery, it only makes sense to show his bike first in order to kick off our new Bike Checks feature. At Art’s Cyclery, we love to ride our bikes and are eager to share them with you. We’ve got a bunch of riders who are proud to make this place their second home, so keep in touch; we’ll have another bike posted regularly.

When Scott’s not in his office or on a ride, he’s on the retail floor always ready to help get our customers dialed in with exactly what they need. Scott runs a tight ship but always keeps it fun for everybody.

In his own words, Scott wanted to build a “simple, lightweight workhorse” of a bike. He accomplished this by combining a lightweight hardtail frame with a no-frills drivetrain. A 1×10 setup matches Scott’s on-the-gas riding style perfectly, and since he does have a few years of experience, the lack of super-low gears isn’t a problem.

Usually you would find this build on the Stumpjumper Expert Carbon EVO R 29’er, but Scott went the extra mile (as always) and custom built an EVO out of an S-Works model. His goal was to build an awesome bike that was svelte, sexy, and to the point. Mission accomplished.

Frame: Specialized Stumpjumper S-Works Carbon HT 29
Fork: Rock Shox SID 29 w/ Brain
Headset: Specialized 1-1/8 and 1-1/2″ Tapered Threadless
Wheels: Roval Control Carbon 29
Tires: Schwalbe Rocket Ron Evo
Brakes: Sram XX
Rotors: Ashima 160mm
Crankset: SRAM Carbon S-2200 BB30 Spindle
Chainrings: Renthal 33T 104 BCD
Chain: SRAM PC-1091
Bottom Bracket: Specialized PF30
Shift Lever: SRAM XO
Rear Derailleur: SRAM XO Short Cage
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS Link Alloy
Saddle: Specialized Phenom 143mm
Stem: Ritchey WCS C260 90mm
Bars: Easton EC70 XC Carbon 740mm
Cassette: SRAM PG-1050 11-36
Pedals: Shimano PD-M980 XTR XC Race
Water Cage: Arundel Trident
Grips: Specialized BG Contour
Extras: e*thirteen XCX High Mount Chainguide
Weight: 20lbs, 10oz