Nino Schurter shows his bike collection and it's impossible to contain the envy
The 36-year-old World Champion Nino Schurter is having one of the most brilliant seasons in recent years, and the video he has just published on his social networks serves as a reminder of part of his incredible career. This collection of mountain bikes is the dream of any enthusiast.
We take a look at Nino Schurter's bicycle collection
We leave you first the video and then we try to identify each of the models that appear in it.
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We review the models he shows in the order they appear, only those that are set up and look ready to go on the road. The frames we see at the end of the video we leave for another day.
The first looks like the SCOTT Scale with which he won his first XCO World Championship in Canberra 2009 and the second is the Scale he used in 2013 to win the World Championship in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, this was the last time Schurter won a World Championship on a rigid mountain bike.
From there we started to see SCOTT Spark models. The first is the Spark with which he won the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, in 2016, just the year in which that model was presented and which he himself helped to develop with the aim of winning Olympic gold. It was followed by the special edition of the Spark for the World Cup in Cairns, Australia, which he won in 2017. A season in which he won all the World Cup races with overwhelming authority and that will take us to the next bike.
In 2018, SCOTT SRAM customized Schurter's Spark to remind him of his perfect season in 2017. That model is followed by a very special version with which SCOTT celebrated its 60th anniversary, it is a Spark with the same colors of the first SCOTT competition, here you can see it in detail.
After that model, we see the one he used during the 2018 season and after it, the special edition to race the 2018 Lenzerheide World Championship. This Spark was customized with the colors of the Swiss flag and in Schurter's collection it appears duplicated.
In 2019 he raced the Vallnrod World Cup with this steel-colored edition, and then won the World Championship in Canada with the following SPARK model customized with the bright red of the Canadian flag.
After it comes one of the most spectacular editions of the collection, the Spark Supersonic with which he should have raced at the 2020 Olympics, but the postponement of the Olympics brings us to the first SPARK 2022 of his collection. The Supersonic model with which he finally competed in 2021 in Tokyo.
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