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Dangerholm’s latest 9.19kg Scott Spark RC creation is weight-weenie heaven

Dangerholm’s latest 9.19kg Scott Spark RC creation is weight-weenie heaven

Dangerholm’s latest creation is this 9.19kg Hypersonic Scott Spark RC build with a custom paintjob. The bike features a delectable selection of components from SRAM,…

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Dangerholm’s latest creation is this 9.19kg Hypersonic Scott Spark RC build with a custom paintjob.

The bike features a delectable selection of components from SRAM, Extralite and Intend.

Dangerholm is the pseudonym of Gustav Gullholm. He’s famed for creating super-light builds with custom resprays, taking a Mora bushcraft knife to new frames to carefully remove the paint.

Manually stripping away paint is a more laborious process than sandblasting, but offers a better finish.

“My goal for this build: quick and responsive on the climbs, fast and fun on the descents. In short – the best of two worlds,” Dangerholm says.

We caught an early glimpse of this build at Eurobike 2022 , but now we’ve been provided with further details, let’s feast our eyes on every juicy detail. A carbon weave finish frame with a pink front end

A size large Scott Spark RC frame is at the heart of the build, proving a very different result from Nino Schurter’s rainbow-infused Spark RC from earlier this year.The Spark RC is notable for its integrated aesthetic and hidden shock design. This particular build features 120mm of suspension travel front and rear.Dangerholm has, of course, taken his bush knife out and the frame is predominantly a bare carbon finish from the top of the down tube to the rear dropouts.The exception is the Scott graphics on either side of the down tube, which are silver and look to be a foil paper design.There are gold and silver triangular details along the top tube with thinner black […]

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