Hi, after a bit of advice with regards to value of a '98 Scott Endorphin Pro. This was my race bike back in the day and saw 2 seasons of use. It's virtually all the original XT kit, including coil RS Judy XCs, with a few exceptions. It has the second generation of "soft-tail" carbon/thermoplastic frame that was pretty radical at the time. Scott claimed that the rear end flexed up to 1/2" to provide a non-sprung form of shock absortion, Unfortunately they didn't really specify in which direction it flexed
No, really it is not too flexy - it just feels soft compared to a taught steel frame. It is in good conditon, being looked after and virtually unriddden for the last 4-5 years.
Basically, are these bikes desireable for retro-mtb fans and if so is anyone interested? It's got a degree of sentimental value to me so if I sell, I would like it to be to an enthusiast and I'm not too keen on whoring it off on ebay to some scally (a generalisation but you get my point).
Thanks for any advice.