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Sette Razzo SC X9 10 Speed 29er Carbon Bike - Gloss Black with Crimson Red


Sette Razzo SC X9 10 Speed 29er Carbon Bike - Gloss Black with Crimson Red

Made for hard riding people
Finding the energy for riding and trail responsibilities is hard enough. Throw in a steep climb, a brutal rock garden, or eating birthday cake for breakfast and you're bound to hit the wall. So what do you do? Run for the road bike? Grab a spin class? But how long does that last before you need more? Try this instead - take one Sette Razzo SC X.9 to the trail head. It's quick, simple, and made to help hard riding people.

What's in the Sette Razzo SC X.9
The key ingredients are a unidirectional carbon frame, RockShox Recon Reba RLT Dual Air 100mm QR15 tapered fork, Sram X.9 10 speed drivetrain and Avid Elixir 5 brakes. It contains an Easton Cockpit, two Kenda Slant Six tires and Sun Ringle Inferno 23 rims on Formula sealed hubs.

Why try Sette Razzo SC X.9
  • Quick, simple and effective
  • Fast and easy to ride
  • Internal cable routing
  • Tapered Headtube
  • Post mount brake calipers
  • Easton EA50 685mm flat handlebar
  • Easton Stem & Seatpost
  • Available in 15", 17", 19" and 21"
  • Only 24.2 lbs (19" frame)

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Sette Razzo SC UD Carbon Tube To Tube Construction
15", 17", 19", 21"
Rock Shox Reba RLT Dual Air QR15 100mm Tapered
Sram X.9 Triggers 2x10 Speed
Front Derailleur
Sram X.9 Top Swing Top Pull
Rear Derailleur
Sram X.9 Long Cage 10 Speed
Shifter Cable/Housing
Brake Levers
Avid Elixir 5
Front Brake
Avid Elixir 5 160mm HS1 rotor
Rear Brake
Avid Elixir 5 160mm HS1 rotor
Sram X.9 39-26t 175mm
Bottom Bracket
Sram GXP
Sram PG-1050 11-36t 10 Speed
Sram PC-1051 10 Speed
FSA Sealed Tapered
Easton EA50 XC Wide Flat 685mm
Sette Type-S Lock On
Easton EA50 (15&17" 80mm,19" 90mm, 21" 100mm)
Fizik Tundra 2 With Mangenese Rails
Easton EA70 31.6 x 400mm
Sun Ringle Inferno 23 Rims With Formula DC 32 hole Sealed Bearings Hubs
Front Tire
Kenda Slant Six 29x2.0
Rear Tire
Kenda Slant Six 29x2.0
Gloss Black with Crimson Red
5 Years
24.2 pounds (19" without pedals)


A Size 15 inch (SM) 17 inch (MD) 19 inch (LG) 21 inch (XLG)
B Top Tube Virtual 22.2"/565mm 23.2"/590mm 24"/610mm 25"/635mm
B1 Top Tube Actual 21.8"/554mm 22.3"/567mm 23"/585mm 24"/610mm
C Front Center 24.6"/624mm 25.4"/644mm 26.2"/664mm 27.2"/690mm
D Head Tube 4.14"/105mm 4.14"/105mm 4.14"/105mm 4.92"/125mm
E Stand Over Height 30.3"/770mm 30.5"/775mm 30.9"/785mm 31.5"/800mm
I Head Tube Angle 71.5 71.5 71.5 71.5
J Seat Tube Angle 73 73 73 73
K Chainstay Length 17.5"/445mm 17.5"/445mm 17.5"/445mm 17.5"/445mm
L Wheelbase 41.75"/1060mm 42.5"/1080mm 43.4"/1100mm 44.36"/1127mm
Bottom Bracket Height 12.3"/312mm 12.3"/312mm 12.3"/312mm 12.3"/312mm
Bottom Bracket Width 68mm 68mm 68mm 68mm
Bottom Bracket Thread English English English English
Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm
Seat Clamp Diameter 34.9mm 34.9mm 34.9mm 34.9mm
Front Derailleur Clamp Diameter 34.9mm 34.9mm 34.9mm 34.9mm
Maximum Tire Width 2.2" 2.2" 2.2" 2.2"

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Great bang for the buck - Sep 10, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars

This is my first experience with a carbon bike. So far I am very happy with it. I'm 210 lbs and I was a bit unsure of how it would handle the rocky single track with my weight. so far I've logged about 500 miles on it, competed in two endurance races and absolutely love it. I did swap out the wheels for a set of Easton XC70's but other than that it's great. I don't know if it was me or the bike but I shaved 2 hours off my race time for a 100K race. A lot had to do with the bike. The only reason I won't give it 5 stars is the pawls on the stock hub failed, hence the upgrade to the XC70 wheel set. Pricepoint was nice enough to warranty the wheel and give me a credit towards the new set. You'd be hard pressed to find a (brand name) bike spec'd this way for anywhere near this price.

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A great bike - May 28, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Cupertino, CA

First off this bike is great. I purchased this bike Early Summer 2012, and it has been ridden since. The Razzo SC frame design is the first thing that needs applause. Internal cable routing has meant that the cables are unscathed. The super beefy chain stays give optimal pedal stiffness while the thin upper stays allow the bike to flex over rough bumps. It is a design feature seen in many overly expensive mountain bikes and the sette nails it while staying cheap. I was concerned about the quality of the frame due to it's cheap nature however after a year of riding it's safe to say this frame is not giving in to the abuse. The rear stays can also handle large rear wheel sizes allowing you to optimize tire selection without having to be limited to 2.2 or lower. Component wise this bike is spec'd greatly. X9 is a great component group because it shifts identically to xo/xx and cost half of what a xx groupset does. Although it weighs a little bit more it is nice knowing you can ride a reliable groupset and not birttle lightweight stuff. The brakes are great out of the box and have great modulation. Wheelset/Fork/Cockpit. are all great the Easton is really nice, the Reba is extremely versatile, you can pump it up allowing it to be stiff and ride fast xc or have it soft when you want to ride trail. The Inferno 23 rims are extremely well built they are still true and although the formula hubs seemed sketchy at first have held up greatly with it's 32 points of engagement. All in all you should buy this bike because it is stupid to purchase something more expensive. Why buy a name brand bike with worse components for almost double of this bike. Besides the name brand bike won't allow you to return it or give you a 5 year warranty? The answer is obvious.

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Razzo X-9 Review - May 07, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars
Huntsville, TX

I was a skeptical about an off brand bike and online purchasing. However, after exhaustive research, I bought the X-9. I currently have about 2,500 miles on the bike and have been very pleased. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 rating is due to the Avid brakes, the lack of a chainstay protector, and the minimalist tires, which are to cut weight. I have ridden the bike hard with no problems. All my concerns about 29ers and carbon frames no longer exist. The bike is fast and smooth. I made a chainstay protector with an old tube, and replaced the grips and tires once they were too worn. If you are looking for a hardtail carbon 29er and are on the fence, don't give it a second thought. This bike was the same price as an identically spec'd mainstream bike with an alloy frame. Truth be known, all frames are probably made in the same Asian factories.

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