Introducing SCOR; a new mountain bike brand for people who believe in riding for the sheer joy of it, brought to you by people who live by this philosophy.

Proudly designed in Switzerland by a team of progressive riders who are also world-class engineers, industrial designers and bike geeks, SCOR bikes are as well engineered as they are elegant.

Combining BMC Group’s world renowned know-how, progressive attitude and reputation for quality with the creative flair and passion of talented enduro and trail riders, SCOR bikes are built to inspire confidence when hunting out fun lines and good times.


Enduro, trail or bike park riding – the SCOR 4060 does it all. Developed with a fun and playful ride feel in mind, the frame’s geometry and suspension are designed to provide confidence on steep and rough descents whilst maintaining agility and pop.

Using high-quality composites, the fully carbon frame is expertly laid up to be light, stiff and strong enough to shrug off drops, bails and fails.

One frame, two travel options. Allowing riders to perfectly match their bike to their riding style and playground, rear travel can be switched from 160mm to 140mm by changing the rear shock. A flip-chip and stealth angle-adjust headset ensure there’s no compromise in geometry.

The lower-link activated virtual pivot suspension design, coupled with durable Enduro Max bearings, is supple off the top for all-time grip with progressive support for aggressive riding. Smart design keeps things stiff and low, as well as air and coil shock compatible.

Designed for riders by riders, the 4060 features well thought out details that make life on the trails easy and hassle free.

A stash box in the downtube houses a spare universal derailleur hanger (SRAM UDH) with enough space for a multitool and tire plugs, keeping trailside essentials close to hand. Mounting points on the downtube and the bottom of the toptube allow for the use of dedicated mounting solutions, avoiding the risk of damage to the frame.


Alongside the 4060, SCOR is also launching an electrified version – the 4060 Z.

By adding a motor and battery SCOR isn’t overwhelming the ride experience but enhancing it. The 4060 Z’s frame geometry is exactly the same as the unassisted version, keeping the same playful feel and dynamic ability while giving it an electric boost. Compact and lightweight, Shimano’s latest EP8 motor can produce a mighty 85Nm of torque. Clever packaging of the motor within the frame keeps the bike’s center of gravity low, helping stability, while the slimline Shimano approved 720Wh battery provides the power to ride further and play harder for longer.

The 4060 Z shares the same innovations as the unassisted version – fully carbon construction, a lower-link activated virtual pivot suspension design coupled with durable Enduro Max bearings, the ability to change suspension travel and adapt the geometry accordingly, and neat practical details like mounts for a water bottle and additional bolt-on storage.


Tailor made frame protector kits provide the perfect fit for the 4060 and are as tough as they are good looking. With several designs to choose from each bike can be given a unique look while also keeping rock strikes and scratches at bay. High quality UV-resistant film won’t yellow, keeping the frame looking fresh.

Using Slicy’s MySublimstick app and templates tailored to the 4060 frame, riders can even create their very own unique design using photos, graphics and text.


The 4060 and 4060 Z are available in four sizes: S-435, M-459, L-485 and XL-515 (435, 459, 485 and 515 being the approximate reach measurements).

The 4060 is available either as an enduro bike with 160mm rear travel, the 4060 LT, or as a trail bike with 140mm rear travel, the 4060 ST.

Both bikes are available in two spec options with the top-of-the-line models selling for EUR 6’299 and the base model for EUR 4’299.

There are also framesets available for EUR 3’499 (LT) or EUR 3’299 (ST).

The 4060 Z is also available in both travel configurations and two spec options with the top-of-the-line models selling for EUR 8’299 and the base model for EUR 6’299.

SCOR’s distribution is currently focused on Switzerland, France, Germany, Austria and Italy, as well as the USA and Canada. Complete bikes are available in-store through a network of quality MTB retailers and via a click & collect service while framesets can be purchased directly online.

The first bikes and framesets are NOW AVAILABLE with the 4060 Z arriving in October 2021.

Wed 8th Sep, 2021 @ 6:30 pm

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