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    New Scott fat bike: Big Jon

    Just figured I'd post this since it's the first I've heard of it and I couldn't locate an existing post. This seems to be their attempt to make a more wallet friendly fat bike (A definite trend this year among fat bike manufacturers). My LBS pretty much only carries Electra and Scott bikes, which is why it caught my eye. I can't find definite pricing on it, other than a UK site which is listing it for £1199, which would put it south of $1900.

    Since the Big Ed didn't exactly wow people at a price of $3000, I'm not exactly holding my breath for this one to knock anyone's socks off.

    Personally I think that for that price, the specs are underwhelming. I leave that judgement up to you folks though, as I'm not exactly experienced in these things. (Call me Jon Snow, because I know nothing)


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    Seeing as how my name is Jon, I instantly became very excited to read about the bike. When I discovered it was a low end budget bike, I remembered why I really don't like Scott.

    Thanks *****.

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    This bike is $1599 at my local shop. That is one heck of a spec for the money. Budget bike? Not really. That would be a $1000 bike. I would consider this a really solid bike at this point. Comparable to bikes costing $500 more. I have been shopping and it looks really good on paper for stuff under $2100

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    When I posted this, the listing price was around $1900. For $1500 it's not bad.

    I still think for the price, it won't be my choice. I'd rather have SRAM over the Shimano xt, but that's personal preference.

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    This looks like a really good value. I see nothing wrong with the spec. The chainstays are too long for me but for $1500 everything else looks good as is usual from Scott.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soarftb View Post
    This looks like a really good value. I see nothing wrong with the spec. The chainstays are too long for me but for $1500 everything else looks good as is usual from Scott.
    465mm CS!?!
    Yowzah!!!

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    That looks like a pretty sweet value to me. Thru axles at both ends, Shimano brakes, XT rear derailleur, can handle the big tires. That thing should sell really well I would think. Think about all that value compared to what $1,500 used to buy you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfinator View Post
    465mm CS!?!
    Yowzah!!!
    Yeah they are going to get the snow/sand bike packer market rather than the agile trail market with that geo, but with the 4.8" tires that is probably what they are going after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soarftb View Post
    Yeah they are going to get the snow/sand bike packer market rather than the agile trail market with that geo, but with the 4.8" tires that is probably what they are going after.
    Definitely.

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    I will be getting a scott big jon next week. it wont come with a xt rear der.the scott big jon bike Im getting from brimstone bikes in canal fulton ohio has a slx rear der.they have another big john and it also has a slx rear der. that stuff happens all the time with bike companies changing specs but it would be nice to have the xt scott showed online. I test rode the bike for 30 minutes and was shocked how great it rode. it felt lighter than I thought it would after looking at the huge 4.8 tires. I like the shimano brakes, tires,short syncros stem,rims and for the money its hard to beat the rest of the components on the bike. its no big deal but I don't like the syncros bars, grips or saddle and the bike comes with no pedals. the first things I would like to do is buy a seat,riser bar,grips and pedals. also I would like to get rid of that huge front derailuer as I don't need many gears.its a nice bike and for the price the only other bike in the 1600 price point I did consider was the jamis roughneck which is almost ready to hit the bike shops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soarftb View Post
    Yeah they are going to get the snow/sand bike packer market rather than the agile trail market with that geo, but with the 4.8" tires that is probably what they are going after.
    I ordered a Big Jon, sort of sad about thinking of the nimbleness of it with that chain stay, but at the same time I already have a super aggressive 29er hard tail... So at least this will deversify my line-up.

    In Canada this bike is selling for 2100$

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    465. wow.

    I had a Giant AnthemX 29 with 18.2" chainstays (462mm) and it felt like I was steering a semi through tight/twisty/technical trail sections.
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    Man that is a sweet bike, the Big Ed is really nice too!

    Though get ready to be QR shamed by all the fat snobs around here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerteeuwen View Post
    I ordered a Big Jon, sort of sad about thinking of the nimbleness of it with that chain stay, but at the same time I already have a super aggressive 29er hard tail... So at least this will deversify my line-up.

    In Canada this bike is selling for 2100$
    Don't sweat it man. Geo is only numbers, you never know until you ride it. It should be a great ride for Canada and it is a really sweet looking bike.

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    Heres some pics of my 2016 scott big jon. I have lots of pics if anyone wants more let me know.the bike is awesome.rode 25 miles today and the only complaint is the uncomfortable syncros scott seat.my rear end likes a wtb saddle and Ill be getting one along with some other upgrades and post next week. I did have the rims drilled and put schrader tubes on OH THE HORROR ! sorry but I hate presta valves.it was exactly 33 lbs on bike shop scale but its because of the schrader heavier tubes.I hope to get some light weight Schrader tubes in the future but they are hard to find.q tubes is coming out with a lighter Schrader tube for fat bikes I read somewhere.
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    What size of frame is in the picture?

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    Its a medium. Im 5'10" and its just about perfect.no way I could of got a large. not sure if a small would work as my feet would probably touch the front tire at times while turning.the chainstay doesn't bother me and feels and rides fine. I had a breezer Jetstream 29er which had just about the shortest chainstays ever on a mountain bike and I don't notice much difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    Its a medium. Im 5'10" and its just about perfect.no way I could of got a large. not sure if a small would work as my feet would probably touch the front tire at times while turning.the chainstay doesn't bother me and feels and rides fine. I had a breezer Jetstream 29er which had just about the shortest chainstays ever on a mountain bike and I don't notice much difference.
    Sweet, nice to hear about the chainstay feel.

    I have an XL on ordered.

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    You will really like the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    You will really like the bike.
    Do you have a close up of how the thru axles look?

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    Why do i keep thinking of a Port-o-Potty when i read Big Jon

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    Looks sweet, BIGFAT29, congrats on the fatty.
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    Thru axles

    Quote Originally Posted by tyriverag View Post
    Looks sweet, BIGFAT29, congrats on the fatty.
    Heres some more pics. I think of the old song big jon , big bad jon by Jimmy dean.
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    Sweet, thanks for the pictures! I have been super curious about the thru, axles, should definitely give the bike some rigidity. I really like the placement of the rear calliper as well.

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    Thanks tyriverag.

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    I got my fat Jon yesterday, I haven't really lowered the psi anything crazy yet but from what I have lowered it too... Insane amount of traction and I really love the roll over of the wider tire.

    I come from riding 700c cross and 29er so I'm used to the roll over, but with the larger contact patch on the bike its roll over is super fun!

    I am 6' 5" and the bike is an XL and it fits good though I have the seat post near its limit and I could have done with a Bit higher of a bar height though i do run my 29er with an inverted stem so I may not change anything about it.




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    My big jon is all tires.Ive been riding with the pressure a little towards the high side as I ride not only dirt trails but a lot of pavement.it still handles good even with higher pressure.have you thought about riser bars? it seems to me that riser bars come up into your hands instead of going down to grab the flat bars. sounds crazy but it works for me.I bought some answer pro taper riser bars and cut the bar down to the size I like and they work great. I never buy seatposts longer than 367mm long but if someone makes a good post over 400 mm that would be a good option for you.
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    Scott big jon upgrades pics. I just put on a answer riser bar, wtb volt saddle,wtb tech trail lock on grips,straitline fixed seatpost clamp , new wellgo magnesium pedals and a raceface chainstay protector.its turning in to a real hillbilly ride. I bought a Thompson seatpost but don't like it Ill be selling it.if anyone with a big jon is getting rid of their stock syncros seatpost let me know I would be interested in buying it. Im still looking for lighter Schrader tubes and will be getting rid of the front der and converting to 1x10. I need help on that anyone know whats the best size raceface narrow wide ring to put on ? I don't need many high gears but I need at least one pretty low granny gear.I have a xt shadow plus 10 speed medium cage clutch rear der to put on but I don't want to mess with the cassette. since this thread is new I am going to load up some extra pictures to get the great value scott big jon fat bike some exposure.
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    Why did you not like the Thompson seatpost? Are you sure you want to convert to 1x? I quite like the low gear the way they have it set up.

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    The Thomson post is light but fragile as I have a bad habit of overtightening things so I worry that Ill break it. I tend to change saddles for different times of the year and its going to be a hassle for me with the Thomson. maybe its ocd , Im just lazy or the Thompson is to high end for a hillbilly like me . its a great seatpost but not for me. the last 2 29ers and fatbike I had made me realise when I ride I end up using about 3 to 4 gears only so I thought why should I keep all the gears.
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    Scott big jon 1 x 10 conversion done with pics. got a xt cassette,xt shadow plus clutch medium cage rear der,raceface narrow wide 32t ring, a longer chain and just for looks a raceface bashguard. I thought the bashguard looked better but it wasn't needed.I also bought a wolftooth gc 42t large sprocket but didn't need it .with the 32t it has enough granny gears even one I would probably never use. WHERE ARE THE OTHER PEOPLE WITH THESE COOL SCOTT FAT BIKES ? I guess tigerteeuwen and me are the only ones that bought these really cool great value scott fat bikes.if anyone out there bought one lets see some pics !
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    I promise no more pics for awhile as Im a pic hog.by the way I was a little worried about going to a 1 x 10 but it works better than I ever thought it would. I don't know if a 30t ring would of been any better for me the 32t works great. the slx stuff I took off wasn't very heavy because it didnt drop much weight.

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    The green does the bike no favors in my opinion.

    Also, these guys seem to be allergic to budget friendly bikes. I understand that a person gets what they pay for, but if the only options are "no bike" or "budget bike" you know which one I'm going for.

    I was somewhat interested in the bike, but my local Scott dealer is a compete turdwad and I'd hate to have to 1) buy something from him and 2) deal with him if anything goes wrong.

    I'm glad you guys are getting so much fun out of them and even happier that the 1x10 swap went so well. Wouldn't it have been better if they'd offered a 1x10 for slightly less in the first place?

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    This is not a budget Fat bike but a budget priced fat bike.scott has had some overpriced bikes in past years I remember the terrible cranks they used to spec mountain bikes with ugh but that isn't the case anymore.I got it for 1500.00. it has thru axles, the best fat bike tires you can get, great raceface crank,dt swiss rims (with syncros name) shimano hydraulic brakes but most important the bike weighs a little over 32lbs without pedals all stock.a specialized fatboy one step up from the lower end model doesn't even have thru axles and costs 1995.00 and weighs 34 lbs.scott dealers the ones I have been to are smaller but there are a lot around just find the right one. a bike like the big jon is going to cost about 2 grand or more from another bike company.1 x 10 drivetrains are the in thing a marketing ploy that makes bike companies more money. more money for less parts but to get the in thing it costs a lot more so its fun to get a deal on some parts and do it yourself.one thing for sure is the 1 x 10 is the best thing since the 29er and it really works. 2016 is the year of the green fat bike .green isn't my first choice and dam battleship grey ? but for the lower price on the bike I might ride a pink one if that's what color scott decided on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    ...WHERE ARE THE OTHER PEOPLE WITH THESE COOL SCOTT FAT BIKES ?
    Yup I got one last month

    Haven't taken any pictures yet. It's dark & wet in the UK this time of year and the bike is kind of dirty as well. Have got some used bits on it Thomson carbon bars + X4 stem & seatpost. 1x10 with a RF N/W 36T

    Bought it to ride around my local trails which are technical and undulating and I'm impressed. Flies uphill and corners like a motorcycle. There's a good choice of fat bikes in the UK now they are no longer niche. Looked at most of them but Big Jon was the only one that hadn't cut any corners. It is what it is - no horrible parts and no pointlessly blingy parts. A balanced bike

    Keep posting the pictures yours is the only other one I've seen

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    Those are great looking bikes IMO, I absolutely the green accents and the spec is top notch for the money. If I were buying a fatbike today, and had a limited budget, this, or a Farley 7, would be at the top of my list.

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    Im glad you like your bike for the money and parts spec it is spot on.how do you like the 36t raceface ring ? one of the owners from the bike shop I bought my scott big jon from also has a big jon fat bike and he loves it.

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    Farley 7 very nice bike I agree.

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    It was dry(ish) at the weekend so I brushed most of the dirt off:
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    Thomson bars feel good:
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    My other bikes are 1x something and after riding the Scott around for a while and not using the little ring I took it off. The front mech extender didn't look too good anyway so its days were numbered. Nice touch that the cranks were single-ring ready no need to buy shorter bolts.

    I feel as though I'm still in the new-bike-honeymoon period and I'm trying not to be a fat bike bore and enthuse about it but it has recalibrated my riding brain and thin bikes just look and feel all wrong at the moment.

    Happy days

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    I like your Thomson stem, post and bars nice touch.what size is your narrow wide ring ? nice bike. when I saw a 29er for the first time it looked kinda strange then I got one and 26 inch wheeled bikes didn't look right anymore.now that I have a fat bike not even 29ers look right to me.
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    Thanks bud it seems we have similar tastes in fat bikes. I got my 26" FS out at the weekend looked at it and just thought 'no' it looks like a child's bike. Can't see me riding it again in the near future Big Jon has really messed me up

    How is your XT mech & cassette? I've got a few scrapes on the SLX but it still works OK. Have got some RT-81 rotors and a Saint shifter to fit.

    The RF N/W is a 36T. I've got a 34T on my other bikes but Jon just seems to roll along a lot easier so I stuck with the 36.

    Where do you ride your bike? I live over 100 miles from the beach and am not particularly fond of snow but we have a lot of rubbly rooty woodland trails nearby. The JJs work really well around here - lots of traction without being draggy.

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    the xt cassette and xt rear der are really smooth but I have to say the slx wasn't bad and I probably could of just put the narrow wide ring on and not of bought the xt stuff. I did get a really good deal on the xt stuff and it rides like the 1x10 was factory and came on the bike. Ive been riding on anything dirt trails,paved towpaths,even neighborhood streets.the tires have done great on everything on the trail and roll pretty good on the paved stuff. I clean and detail the bike all the time because I hate to leave dirt and mud on it and let me tell you those green tire liners are really tough to clean ! cant wait for some snow to see how big jon does. thanks for sharing info and posting pics of your cool bike max gnarcore.

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    New Scott fat bike: Big Jon



    Time to post in a topic about my own bike. The bike has been good, I struggle with tire pressure still since I mainly use my bike for commuting to work, trying to find a mix / balance of tire comfort to speed ratio for getting to work on time in the morning and taking my time on my ride home.

    I am getting more used to the wider Q factor, and it's starting to feel like just another bike to me.

    Only quirks with the bikes were a few stiff chain links, but they have seemed to work themselves out.

    I have over 264km on my fat bike already.


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    ^^ woh snow

    The weather here has been apocalyptic during November with strong winds and heavy rain and the trails are awash. Your bike looks clean bigfat29 i wished mine looked the same.


    Still enjoying the climbs and the easy-rolling nature of the fat tyres although I haven't ridden a rigid bike for years and an unexpected drop aggravated an old injury so I'm riding cautiously right now. Might have a look for a Bluto in the new year.

    If anyone fits new parts or rides anywhere interesting please post some pics

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    I picked up a Big Jon this past week, I couldn't leave well enough alone and ordered a riser bar for it.

    I can't find much info on the wheelset, anyone know if they are tubeless ready?

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    I can't remember where I first saw this, but the rims are supposedly rebadged Alex Blizzerk 80s:

    Alexrims - cycling wheels

    Unfortunately, I haven't come across anything about running blizzerks tubeless (except one site that seemed to suggest that they were unsuitable because the joint is pinned and not welded). I'm new to tubeless, so I'm not sure if that's sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyyoung3 View Post
    I can't remember where I first saw this, but the rims are supposedly readied Blizzerks
    That appears to be correct. I did throw on a Maxxus FBR, tons of clearance. Now we just need the snow to return.

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    Just got this Bike.
    I'm 5'7 barefoot, I usually ride Medium but I got the Small one. Still fits good though. just a little cramp than my usual bike. Great value bike

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    thanks for posting a pic of your awesome bike Nice ! I haven't seen a small size big jon frame yet. it looks cool with the more angled down top tube. remember if its a little cramped a longer stem might help as the big jon comes with a short stem.cool bike !

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    Just ordered my wife the small "Big Jon".....she tried one out over the weekend on the snow trails and loved it. Not a bad spec for the price short of ordering another Motobecane generic like mine.....(Bluto, X9, BB7 etc.).

    The spec on the Scott is very decent for $1500 compared to the Fatboys etc.

    Shimano SLX and Deore is fine for a snow bike, hydro brakes are fine as well, I prefer the BB7 in the snow and cold but I'm sure we will be fine with these.

    Race Face cranks and all the Synchros spec are decent vs. 100% generic BS you see on others for $1500-2100. Like the tires as well, I'm running the Snowshoes that came on my Lurch and have been happy with them but I think the Big Jims will be real sweet.

    Where we ride, there is no way you are going to enjoy a 1x Fatty......I ride 1x9 on my other 3 bikes during the summer and in the snow, you need that granny gear on the steep slow stuff to avoid sweating too much in the cold.......sure you could hammer up in the 32-36 big ring but why?
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    Test rode one of these today and was pretty impressed with the whole package. Shimano hydros, front and rear thru axles, 150mm front hub width.

    I was able to ride it through about 5" of snow and on hard packed snow and found no fault with the tires at all.

    Compared to the Farley and Fatboy, it seems Scott put together much better package at a lower price IMO.

    Maybe one day Trek and Specialized will discover thru axles on bikes below 2k.

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    Cool bike daveanchii I hope you enjoy it. I think the smaller frames accentuate the fat tyres my XL Jon doesn't look *as* fat

    By way of an update although I like the grey/green paint I'm not too fond of the green accents on the components so I've been replacing them. The bars/stem and seatpost where the first to go and more recently I've replaced the green rim strips with black. The wheels aren't completely murdered out because the edges of the holes in the rims are still bare aluminium and they look good in a stealth kind of way. Will post some pics when it stops raining and I have chance to clean the bike. Last month was the wettest UK December in over 100 years and January has started off the same.

    Have also fitted some rather nice RT81 rotors. If you change the rotors take care with the front lockring because you'll need to re-use it. It's an external-splined lockring that needs an HTII BB tool to remove it because it has a larger diameter hole in the middle to accomodate the 15 mm thru axle. The steel lockring looks rather workmanlike against the sublime aluminium carrier of the RT81 but when the wheel's in place it's not noticeable. No issues with the rear the 12 mm axle allows enough clearance for a cassette removal tool and the rotor is a straight swap. Again will post some pictures when it stops raining.

    Have also re-routed the brake + mech cables to give a smoother run around the headtube and bought a digital pressure gauge. 9 psi in the front and 10 in the back works great on my local rubbly wet routes.

    One minor hiccup with the bike was that the mech hanger bolts worked loose. I noticed the gears weren't as crisp as usual and after a closer look I found that the two little bolts that hold the hanger onto the frame were quite loose so I tightened them up and all was well. Maybe worth checking as they are quite small.

    Happy new year everyone

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    I think I'm about to pull the trigger on one as well. I've done a couple of test rides on it, and aside from the full rigid aspect, I'm totally sold. I'll probably make a couple of minor tweaks, like some ergo grips and maybe a saddle change. The grips were hell on my hands even on short rides.

    The only thing I did wrong was do a test ride on a Scott Scale 710 Plus (they didn't have the 720 which is comparable in price to the Big Jon in stock). What an incredible bike. I could totally rock a 27.5+, but considering the 720 Plus wont be here until April and the price difference between the two gets me 2/3 of the way to a Bluto, I'm pretty sure that I'll go the instant gratification route and pick up the Big Jon in the next 48 hours or so. Pics inbound if it pans out.

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    smart decisions. the big jon is a wise buy. don't forget if you get a chance put some pics of your new bikes on here.

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    So, if you want the Big Jon I would buy now.......shop called and said Scott is out of small Big Jons so if you need a small and see one at the shop, buy it. If the run on smalls is any indication of how well the medium and large will sell.....they nailed the parts group for the price point on the Jon.

    The good news is they cut me a deal on a small Big Ed for the wife instead :-)
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    Nice bike boondock ! thanks for posting the pick.

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    Nice pic. I've got the medium from the LBS here at the house on an extended test. Unfortunately, no snow. We're in the 50's & 60's still (and we don't get snow), so I've been beating it up on the local trails. Technically it's been beating me up. I think I've gone soft from riding with front suspension for too long. The addition of a Bluto would make this thing just about perfect... yes I know the Big Ed has one... but has a price tag to go with it.

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    New Scott fat bike: Big Jon



    Commuting to work today, a little kid with his mom remarked as I rode by "look mommy, a motorcycle." A pretty funny start to the morning.



    Bikes been really good, I know the tires well and have the pressure sorted out by feel for the different types of riding I am doing. So far I have changed nothing, but I do have some riser bars on order to try out. I think I have about a 5" difference between top of seat and bar.

    Have rode about 600km on my Scott Big Jon so far.


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    Some serious snow there folks!

    Great pictures

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    Awesome pic tigerteeuwen.looks like its sno problem for your scott in the snow.the winter here in ohio has been way too mild and still no snow.but to be honest I don't mind that bad its just the big jon is wanting to play in the stuff.thanks for posting.

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    -9F at the trailhead

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    Picked up the Big Jon on Friday. Fortunately I was able to get it at their Christmas price, $1359. I thought that was pretty freakin' fair, and it sealed the deal between getting the Big Jon now, or waiting on the Scale Plus which was due in April. (The Scale Plus is a sweet bike). Did a small ride with some simple single track and I really like the way this thing handles. Found a small rock garden here near the house... man... at my age and skill level, fat was the way to go. I think a Bluto is in order for the type of riding I'll be doing, but that'll be a month or so out. Fortunately the Felt Q20S will be here at the end of the week for my little riding buddy. I'm ready for him to be able to keep up... mostly.

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    -9F = -22C

    It was around +9C here in England at the weekend and it had ACTUALLY STOPPED RAINING

    The trails were a little moist but otherwise conditions were pretty good:
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    That's a great deal for a big jon.you are gonna love the bike.

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    -9 is too cold for me brrr ! nice bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by River19 View Post
    So, if you want the Big Jon I would buy now.......shop called and said Scott is out of small Big Jons so if you need a small and see one at the shop, buy it. If the run on smalls is any indication of how well the medium and large will sell.....they nailed the parts group for the price point on the Jon.

    The good news is they cut me a deal on a small Big Ed for the wife instead :-)
    I've been told Scott is out of the XL's too. Any idea when they'll get more? Next time you're in the shop, see if they have an idea. Thanks.

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    My son's Felt should be in any day... when I go to pick it up I'll try to remember to have them check.

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    Jon and Ed

    We picked up my wife's Big Ed on Saturday and the shop said the Jon has been hot as heck this year as far as sales and mentioned they are getting to the point where almost every size is out to order from Scott.....he shop I was at had a few in medium and a decent rental fleet of mediums with some rentals already spohem for at the end of the season ($400 down now pick up in mid March).

    Love the Ed.....we put a couple great rides on it in some awesome snow conditions this weekend....

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    I picked up my Big Jon a week ago and have 4 rides on it now. Loving every minute on it. I added a Thomson seatpost and Bontrager seat I had laying around, dropped a few grams and was more comfortable. The extra width of the 4.8 tires track and float so much better than my old bike with 4 inch tires on it, makes riding through the deep and soft stuff so much easier.

    I'm planning on going 1x. I'm not using the big chainring at all, even on the decents, just don't get going fast enough to need it.

    I'm trying to decide between just taking the front derailleur off and taking off the big chainring and replacing it with a bashguard, my low gear would be 22x36.

    Or, do the Wolftooth/OneUp style conversion. I use this on my mountain bike, with a 30t NW up front and 42t granny on the back. The gearing for my riding around here is perfect. But, this is the more expensive option, needing a new rear derailleur to complete the conversion, plus the NW chainring and the 42t.

    Has anyone done both and compared the differences. Pluses and minuses of each? Are there any chain line issues with either?

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    I did the 1x10 on my big jon but I bought a narrow wide raceface 32t ring and xt clutch type rear der with a xt rear cassette.I also bought the wolftooth 42t but it rubbed the rear der pretty bad. then after adjusting and dialing the 42t in I didn't see the need for it so I took it off and sold it. I have enough granny gears without the wolftooth 42t. I didn't really need the xt cassette since I didn't use the 42t as the stock cassette doesn't come apart to remove the 17 cog for the 42t.to sum up all I would of had to buy was the narrow wide ring and clutch type der to make it work or have a perfect chain line.I ended up leaving the xt cassette on as its a little better. oh and by the way the upgraded xt rear der is a little heavier than the stock slx rear der that came with the big jon go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skogorbet View Post
    I'm trying to decide between just taking the front derailleur off and taking off the big chainring and replacing it with a bashguard, my low gear would be 22x36.
    Yeah this would be the most economical solution. FWIW I swapped the 36T for a 36 NW and binned everything else and it works fine even with the standard non-clutch SLX mech.

    Not entirely sure how a bigger range would work out. My mech has had a few strikes and the gear hanger has come loose and the gears have really suffered as a result. They seem less tolerant than the gears on my other bikes that have similar setups

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    Thanks for the replies. I pretty much need the low gearing for the rides I do. I am always in the 22t up front, and mostly in the 34/36 in back when I'm climbing. I never use the high gears, don't really need them. A 1x3 in my case would probably be just fine. On my mountain bike I'm running a 30t NM up front with the 42t in the back, and it's about perfect. I do need a really low granny. Good to hear the non-clutch rear derailleur has been working, I could try that out a bit before making the switch.

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    I got a question about the tire clearance on my wife's new Ed with the Kenda Juggs 4.5"

    So hopefully these come out ok....

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    Lovin' this bike more and more every day. What a great riding bike!

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    No snow here in Middle England it's a balmy 13 C at the moment. Obligatory bike-leaning-against-tree pic:
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    Enjoy the Big Jon, Scott has put together a couple really nice Fat offerings this year.
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    New Scott fat bike: Big Jon



    I have been running a riser bar on my big Jon with a thicker lizard skin north shore grip and it has been very comfortable, as you can see my seat is quite high (XL frame) imagine the bar offset if I did not have riser bars.

    I have about 800km on the bike now, so far everything has been really good. I would recommend his bike to anyone.


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    Cool pic !

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    Any usa big jon owners have a oem syncros black with green seatpost they decided to take off because they upgraded the seatpost ? Im looking for a like new or mint one to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGFAT29 View Post
    Any usa big jon owners have a oem syncros black with green seatpost they decided to take off because they upgraded the seatpost ? Im looking for a like new or mint one to buy.
    Yep, I've got mine that I removed before I even rode the bike. PM to make arrangements...

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    thanks will do pm and thanks for your reply.

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    Got a riser bar and some ergon grips

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    Nice. Those Ergons are on my list as well. The factory grips might as well be emery cloth but I'm getting used to them.

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    I getting one of these babies tomorrow. Anything I should watch out for or upgrade?

    Unfortunately I won't be able to ride for a few days, I crushed my finger, right at the end of my shift at, work today.

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    DOH! For me for my type of riding I'm considering seriously in investing in a dropper post, and after my last trail ride I think a Bluto is definitely in order (I was planning on it anyway). Other than that and the aforementioned grips, I've been pretty happy with the stock config. Then again, I'm not the hard core rider that a lot of these guys are.

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    This bike doesn't "need" any upgrades. It rides great right out of the box. But, I've changed some stuff around to suit my needs a little better. Thomson seatpost and a Bontrager seat that I had laying around. I also put on some 780mm riser bars that I had with a Crankbrothers riser stem that brought me into a bit more of an upright position that I prefer. I also put some ODI lock on grips that I prefer for bigger hands. I am in the process of changing to a 1x drivetrain as I never use the big ring, so I am removing those extra bits that I'm not using. So, nothing really upgraded, just a bit of customizing.

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    Great bike from the start but the seat and grips were the first to go on my big jon. a riser bar really helped me for the perfect comfortable cockpit. I now have a dent free seatpost thanks to skogerbet.

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    I picked up my Big Jon today as well as 200 grip studs, a sweet set of Sixty platform pedals and set of riser bars. I can't wait to hit the trails.
    As soon as I resize my pictures of the bike I'll post them up.

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    cool. looking forward to the pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher2011 View Post
    DOH! For me for my type of riding I'm considering seriously in investing in a dropper post, and after my last trail ride I think a Bluto is definitely in order (I was planning on it anyway). Other than that and the aforementioned grips, I've been pretty happy with the stock config. Then again, I'm not the hard core rider that a lot of these guys are.
    None of us actually ride, we just drink beer and argue online.

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    Did someone say beer ?

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    As above Big Jon has a good spec out of the box - part of the reason I bought one.

    The stock grips are a bit grim but everything else is pretty good. Like many folk I changed the bars & stem and made it 1x10 out of personal preference.

    Brakes have impressed me for such budget stoppers they work very well. Wheels and hubs while not the lightest spin easily and have stayed true. I even like the stock saddle

    Have ridden it a lot since October and apart from a loose gear hanger which may or may not have been my fault it takes our apocalyptic UK conditions in its stride and comes back for more. Have got some XT bits on standby for the Spring time when it hopefully stops fricken raining

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    Morning all

    Has anyone weighed their Big Jon? I haven't but just wheeling it in and out of the shed it doesn't feel too heavy maybe 30 lbs or thereabouts

    Just wondered if anyone had put theirs on the scales

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    I stopped by the LL Bean flagship store in Freeport (Maine) the other night and they had the Big Jon for $1,500 and the Big Ed for $2,200. I thought they looked nice for bikes and it was certainly a good price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilligaff View Post
    I stopped by the LL Bean flagship store in Freeport (Maine) the other night and they had the Big Jon for $1,500 and the Big Ed for $2,200. I thought they looked nice for bikes and it was certainly a good price.
    That is a very solid price for an Ed. My wife loves hers.

    $1500 is about what the Jons were going for early season too.....so not as great a deal there in my opinion. Nice bike for $1500 however
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    Mine weighed at the shop before I took it home, with pedals was 32.3 lbs.

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    My scott big jon is set up with 1 x 10 drivetrain has light pedals , light seat ,riser bars cut down but has heavier Schrader tubes.it rolls out at 32.5 lbs.

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    New Scott fat bike: Big Jon

    I am seriously consider getting a Big Ed. Is there any reason to be concerned about the pressfit bottom bracket? Seems like hundred millimeter bottom brackets are the "standard".i'm trying to decide between this bike and a specialized Fatboy or surly Wednesday with the bluto

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    Besides the scott fat bikes which are both great Consider the jamis roughneck fat bike or the felt line of fat bikes.the specialized fatboy line to me is pricey for what you get.the surly Wednesday is pretty cool but its 35 lbs without a bluto.the jamis is 1600 bucks not bad specs and its great looking with the internal cable routing and one piece welded fork but Im a scott guy. you can probably get a good deal on a bluto fork if you end up with a non front suspension bike. bottom brackets shotim smackets tumato tomato its all good.

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