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    Scott Scale RC Jr?

    Hi everyone,

    I was hoping someone could help me locate a Scott bike dealer somewhere in or near Ontario. I would also consider driving to Buffalo/Burlington Vermont or anywhere else 5-7 hours away from Kitchener Ontario.
    I'm looking for a Scott Scale RC Jr. for my daughter. Even better, if anyone has a used one or knows of someone who is looking to sell one, PM me!

    Thanks!
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    Can't help you out other than to say my 10-year old has one and it's a great choice for that age range. One of the few kid bikes that is actually a REAL bicycle and close to being weight appropriate, etc. Now if someone would just make a REAL fork for the thing...

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    Racergurl, Sorry to say but I am a Scott dealer and they are sold out of the RC Jr line of bikes and don't plan on getting anymore in. Your best bet is hoping to find a used one somewhere. Scott did say they might have some in England but they cannot import them to the US.

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    Oh that's too bad. Was hoping to make it her birthday present.
    Thanks for letting me know, Mount Dora Cycles. I'll have to keep searching for a used one then. My kids loved their first Scott bikes.
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    Hey Racergurl, let me know what you find for her. I know what you mean about a "real bike". I can't believe that my 50 pound kids have to ride bikes that are heavier than mine. It makes me all the more impressed every time they make it up and over a little rise without having to dismount.

    Don't tell my 8 year old, but his 2011 bike is in his aunt's basement. Can't remember all the specs, but it's a 24" wheel Specialized that I picked up even before the bike swap it was intended for, and it is a real bike.

    The worst thing is that he's been asking about a new bike for his upcoming birthday (party at Joyride!), but he's not ready for this one quite yet.

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    A birthday party at Joyride. Now that's a great idea!!

    We have a 24" wheel Specialized already, I just wanted something a bit lighter still and the Scott bike was apparently 22 lbs. Would have been great.
    Can you imagine pushing a bike almost half of our own body weight up a hill? I think not!
    High on Life

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