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Cannondale Scalpel-Si Black Inc.
$11,999.99
Cannondale cuts to the front of the pack with their Scalpel-Si Black Edition. They pored over every detail to make it one of the lightest full-suspension cross-country bikes in existence, giving it a super stiff, mega-efficient Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame, oversize BB30 bottom bracket, and a rear 142 x 12mm thru-axle. Techy terrain is no big deal with 100mm of RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. And up front, the 1.5-inch head tube is paired with Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon XLR fork for razor-sharp handling and pinpoint line selection. And of course, this XC rocket is dressed to impress with utterly enviable ENVE carbon rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires that spin up fast and grip like scared cats in the corners. Cannondale supplied their own HollowGram SiSL2 cranks, and paired them with Shimano's stunning 2 x 11-speed XTR Di2 drivetrain. It's all there: the fast, perfect shifts, powerful front shifting, and the performance you expect from what has become mountain biking's halo drivetrain. Shimano XTR brakes got invited to the party as well, and they brought along their smooth modulation and ferocious stopping power. An ENVE Carbon Sweep handlebar and carbon seatpost, Prologo saddle, and high-quality components from Cannondale round out the contact points. In the competitive world of cross-country riding and racing, the Scalpel-Si is your edge.
Cannondale Cujo NEO 130 4
$4,200.00
With 130mm of dialed travel, confident trail handling, and the seamless power of Shimano's STEPS E8000 drive system, the all-new Cujo NEO 130 will get your inner trail beast out of its cage. Short chainstays, long reach, and a slack 67° head angle gives you the agility to pop and the stability to drop. From climbs to corners, the plus-size 27.5 x 2.8" tires offer incredible traction and confidence, so all you get is grip, no slip. Shimano's most advanced, powerful drive system, the Steps E8000 offers true mountain-bike performance with a seamless assist, intuitive controls, and an easy-to-read display. Integrated cleanly into the downtube, the 504Wh Shimano E8020 battery gives you the power to go longer, harder. An integrated battery cover seals and protects the battery and allows you to turn the battery on and off without removing the cover. Cannondale also added a moto-style skid plate to protect the drive unit from impacts.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 4
$3,150.00
Cannondale's best XC hardtail just got better. If going really, really fast on dirt in lycra is your cup o' tea, nothing lets you top 'em on the climbs and drop 'em on the descents like the F-Si. The F-Si Carbon 4 features Cannondale's BallisTec Carbon frame with stiffness-enhancing Si offset. The Lefty Ocho fork features no-bind needle bearings and extreme stiffness for pinpoint steering, now with a single crown design. WTB STX i23 TCS wheels deliver on strength and lightweight, while the Schwalbe Racing Ray tires fly over hardpack and dig into sketchy corners. SRAM serves up 12 wide-ranging speeds, and gets it power through a stiff TruVativ crankset, resulting in efficient power transfer and crisp, precise shifting to give you the advantage on every part of the course. Shimano MT500 hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable braking power when you need it, so you can carry more speed and brake at the last possible second, and Cannondale's cockpit components and Fabric Scoop saddle keep you in control and race-ready.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 2
$7,150.00
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the class-dominating weight and stiffness, mountain goat traction, and insanely confident handling of the world's best XC race machine—Cannondale's Scalpel-Si. Welcome to XXC. OutFront Steering Geometry gives you the best of both worlds: slack and stable on hectic descents, yet quick and nimble everywhere else. Unbelievably rigid and precise, Lefty out-corners, out-handles and flat-out rides circles around its flexy XC competition. Its custom extra-long fork offsets (rake) makes Cannondale's OutFront Steering Geometry possible. Proprietary Ai offset drivetrain delivers super short chainstays for climb-winning traction and agile handling, without sacrificing mud/tire clearance or limiting you to single ring set-ups.
Cannondale Trigger 2
$5,550.00
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending goodness served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. BallisTec Carbon construction, an Ai rear end, and LockR pivot thru-axles create incredible chassis stiffness for precise control. Short stays and a steep seat angle, paired with a long front center and slack head angle lets you climb like a goat and descend like a grizzly. Plus, on-the-fly travel adjust gives you shorter travel and a more responsive feel when you want it, full-travel Fox performance when you don’t.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Women's 1
$7,350.00
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the class-dominating weight and stiffness, mountain goat traction, and insanely confident handling of the world's best XC race machine—Cannondale's Scalpel-Si. Welcome to XXC. OutFront Steering Geometry gives you the best of both worlds: slack and stable on hectic descents, yet quick and nimble everywhere else. Unbelievably rigid and precise, Lefty out-corners, out-handles and flat-out rides circles around its flexy XC competition. Its custom extra-long fork offsets (rake) makes Cannondale's OutFront Steering Geometry possible. Proprietary Ai offset drivetrain delivers super short chainstays for climb-winning traction and agile handling, without sacrificing mud/tire clearance or limiting you to single ring set-ups.
Cannondale Jekyll 29 1
$6,850.00
Point and go. If your style is more "over" than "around", then this is your rig. With crusher 29" wheels mated to Gemini dual travel and Ai agility, Jekyll 29 is ready to rage. The monster stability you expect from a big 29er, but with uncanny agility and snap, thanks to the ultra-short chainstays of our Ai rear end. Placing a link between the swingarm and the shock allows Cannondale's engineers to customize the system's leverage ratios for optimal suspension response throughout the stroke and keep the suspension active under braking while retaining the stiffness, durability, and reliability of a single pivot design.
Cannondale Jekyll 3
$3,150.00
This precision instrument is for the enduro artists, the ones who will use its Gemini dual-travel and poppy quickness to dance and float through the chop and chunder on their way to the top step. The Jekyll delivers all the slack stability you’d expect from a top enduro rig, but with uncanny agility and snap, thanks to 27.5 wheels and the ultra-short chainstays of our Ai rear end. Asymmetric Integration (Ai) delivers some of the shortest stays on the trail, yet has more tire clearance and frame stiffness than even Boost frames can muster. Plus a rear wheel that’s stiffer and stronger thanks to the Ai even-dish build. It all adds up to the kind of agility and traction that has to be ridden to be believed. Co-developed with Fox, the Gemini system adds two ride modes (Hustle & Flow) to the killer performance of Fox shocks. Flip to Hustle to shorten the travel and ramp up the spring rate for a snappier, more responsive feel for pumping through turns, sprints, and traction-challenged climbs. Flip back to Flow for full Fox travel when things get rough. Placing a link between the swingarm and the shock allows Cannondale's engineers to customize the system's leverage ratios for optimal suspension response throughout the stroke and keep the suspension active under braking while retaining the stiffness, durability, and reliability of a single pivot design.
Cannondale Foray 1
$630.00
Ignite your lifelong love of cycling. With a lightweight aluminum frame, sporty riding position and wide-range gearing, the Foray is ready for street or singletrack.
Cannondale Trail Tango 1
$1,250.00
With refined geometry, confident handling, and a host of high-end features, the Tango sets the standard for fast, capable mountain bike fun. It's designed for short stems and wide handlebars to maximize control in rough terrain, while the slack 68° head angle creates the stable, confident handling you need to rule the descents. Short chainstays give the Tango an agile, nimble feel and provide great traction on steep climbs. With Shimano hydraulic brakes throughout, a reliable 1x drivetrain, great tires and tubeless-ready wheels, the Tango 1 is ready to rock.
Cannondale Trail Tango 3
$825.00
With refined geometry, confident handling, and a host of high-end features, the Tango sets the standard for fast, capable mountain bike fun. It's designed for short stems and wide handlebars to maximize control in rough terrain, while the slack 68° head angle creates the stable, confident handling you need to rule the descents. Short chainstays give the Tango an agile, nimble feel and provide great traction on steep climbs. With Shimano hydraulic brakes throughout, a reliable 2x drivetrain, and great tires, the Tango 3 is ready to rock.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Team
$8,999.99
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si Team cuts straight to the podium with raw XC speed and razor-sharp handling. The Scalpel-Si’s Ballistec carbon frame comes into its own when you step on the gas and need snappy acceleration and direct power transfer. Fly through rooty trail sections with 100mm of RockShox Monarch XX travel in the rear, while Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon fork chews through chop to keep you on your line. A pair of ENVE Carbon M50 rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires team up to throw down on crooked descents while seeming weightless up steep climbs. To launch you up those hills, SRAM’s 12-speed XX1 Eagle drivetrain flaunts super lightweight and a huge 10-50 cassette, all with the precise shifting you expect from SRAM. SRAM’s Level Ultimate brakes keep the party under control with power to spare and unbelievably dialed modulation. Cannondale’s carbon handlebar and seatpost with a ProLogo Zero II saddle ensure scary lightweight, yet comfortable contact points for your all-out race day. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
Cannondale Bad Habit 1
$5,499.99
This Bad Habit will definitely die hard once you've sampled its all-mountain prowess. 27.5+ tires give the old Habit a bad boy attitude, upping its all-terrain game for maximum fun on steep, loose, and gnarly trails. The BallisTec Carbon front triangle and C1 alloy swingarm create the lightweight and stiff feel you want for technical maneuvers, and powerful Shimano XT brakes put mind-bending control in your fingertips. Shimano XTR and XT drivetrain components paired with Cannondale's HollowGram Si crankset ensure fewer dropped chains and ample gearing through the 1 x 11 system, giving you the confidence to charge through whatever lies ahead. All this forward momentum is kept in check through 120mm of front and rear suspension, with a Cannondale Lefty 2.0 fork and Fox Float DPS EVOL SV to further aid in the crazy amount of traction plus-size tires provide. A Fox Transfer dropper seatpost, Cannondale HollowGram 40 carbon rims, and Cannondale carbon handlebar top this impressive build.
Cannondale Trail 4
$1,150.00
With its progressive geometry, impressive construction and high-end features, the Cannondale Trail offers unreal performance and killer value. Trail, pavement, dirt, gravel — ride it all on the Trail 4's light and stiff C2 aluminum frame with 100mm of plush suspension delivered by the RockShox fork. The Shimano SLX 11-speed drivetrain is exactly what you need to whip those hills into shape, so shift with confidence and pedal away! With Shimano hydraulic disc brakes on the job, you've got control and all-weather stopping power to spare. Roll over tough terrain with ease on durable WTB rims and tires. To optimize fit and handling, Cannondale uses 27.5-inch wheels on the X-Small and Small frames and 29-inch wheels on larger frame sizes. Dressed up with Cannondale's own high-quality aluminum components, the Trail 4 is ready for your next adventure.
GT Sanction Pro
$4,199.99
In enduro events, you win the race based on your total descent time over multiple stages, so the logic of building GT's Sanction enduro bike based on a championship-winning gravity bike was obvious. With a weight saving tube set inspired by the Fury's design and 165mm of travel, the Sanction is a winning recipe. The young enduro phenom Martin Maes had tremendous input into the Sanction's design and the resulting ride qualities. The Sanction Pro devours technical descents with a Fox Performance Elite 36 fork and Fox Performance Elite Float DPX2 shock that team up to provide highly adjustable suspension dynamics for race-day fine-tuning. The Schwalbe Magic Mary tires keep you on your line, and they're wrapped around Stan’s Flow S1 rims for hit-taking durability and flawless tubeless setup, all with remarkable low weight. Shimano’s XT/SLX drivetrain has the range and precision to handle enduro, powered by you and a Race Face crankset to push ahead of the pack. But, you still need control to make it down each stage, and Shimano ZEE brakes are there to make sure your stopping distance is as short as your stage splits. Enduro demands a dynamic machine, and the Sanction has what it takes to master the entire mountain.
GT Verb Elite
$1,299.99
The Verb is the perfect suspension bike for a rider that is having to make a decision between a hardtail and full suspension bike due to price. We all know that full suspension bikes are fun, but they also provide more traction and help boost confidence, especially for the beginner to intermediate rider. The Verb has a modified Independent Drivetrain system that gives you class-leading technology at a very affordable price. Up front, a Suntour fork serves up 120mm of trail-eating travel, while an All Terra AO-42 AR air shock soaks up the rough stuff in the rear. 1x10 Shimano-controlled gearing gives you a big gear range with simplicity and low weight, the perfect combo for dominating any trail you encounter. Shimano also provided the stopping power, with hydraulic disc brakes that you can count on when the trail gets steep. With the Verb Elite, there's no excuse for missing another great trail day.
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 2
$5,999.99
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending mojo served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. Its stiff carbon frame and aluminum swingarm ensure dialed control on fast descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox covers your suspension needs with a Float X EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as fast as you can find them. Toothy Maxxis Minion tires bite hard into loose trails, while WTB Frequency Race wheels hold their line through the chunder. SRAM gets you up the mountain fast with their extended-range, 12-speed Eagle X01 Eagle drivetrain and Descendant carbon crankset, and their Guide RS brakes bring everything to a controlled halt with incredible power and highly sought-after modulation. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge offered by a RaceFace Turbine dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for an aesthetic as pure as the adrenaline coursing through in your veins.
GT Verb Expert
$1,699.99
The Verb is the perfect suspension bike for a rider that is having to make a decision between a hardtail and full suspension bike due to price. We all know that full suspension bikes are fun, but they also provide more traction and help boost confidence, especially for the beginner to intermediate rider. The Verb has a modified Independent Drivetrain system that gives you class-leading technology at a very affordable price. Up front, a RockShox Recon fork serves up 120mm of trail-eating travel, while an X-Fusion air shock soaks up the rough stuff in the rear. 1x11 Shimano SLX-controlled gearing gives you a big gear range with simplicity and low weight, the perfect combo for dominating any trail you encounter. Shimano also provided the stopping power, with hydraulic disc brakes that you can count on when the trail gets steep, that pairs well with the All Terra dropper post for total confidence on descents. With the Verb Expert, there's no excuse for missing another great trail day.
GT Avalanche Comp
$749.99
GT's Avalanche Comp offers high-end geometry and performance with a wallet-friendly price tag. Its aluminum frame and suspension fork keep you on the straight and narrow while soaking up the bumps dotting your path. When the trail gets hilly, you’ve got a huge range of gears—27 of them to be exact—that’ll take you wherever you want to go with the reliable functionality you expect from Shimano. The Avalanche Comp also comes with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for relentless stopping power, even on long downhill sections when you need to be able to trust your brakes! GT and All Terra kick in handlebar, stem, grips, and saddle to ensure you’re comfortably in control, making it an easy choice to get out and ride.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 2 Eagle
$6,499.99
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si Carbon 2 ascends like an angel and descends like a fiend. The super-stiff Ballistec carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel-Si come into their own when you need to step on the gas. Rocks and roots are no big deal with 100mm of front and rear travel from a RockShox SID World Cup XX fork and Monarch shock. This XC rocket is dressed to the nines with Cannondale CZero carbon rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires that track through buffed singletrack and chunky gnar with aplomb. SRAM's 12-speed Eagle drivetrain and carbon X1 crank ensure flawless shifting, a huge gear range, and instant power transfer. Shimano XT brakes keep the party under control with impressive power and modulation. A carbon handlebar, carbon seatpost, and stem from Cannondale, and a Prologo saddle, round out the contact points. When it's time to cut to the front of the pack, you need a Scalpel.
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 3
$3,999.99
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending mojo served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. Its stiff carbon frame and aluminum swingarm ensures dialed control on fast descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox covers your suspension needs with a Float DPS EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as fast as you can find them. Toothy Maxxis Minion tires bite hard into loose trails, and WTB Frequency Race wheels hold their line through the chunder. Shimano brakes, shifters, and derailleur keep your piloting precise and intuitive, ensuring the power transferred via Cannondale’s stiff Ai crank gets to work as soon as you stomp on it. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge of a TransX dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for a superclean aesthetic. The mountain is yours.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$2,799.99
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the world's best XC race machine. Welcome to XXC. Cannondale built their brand on aluminum frames and the Scalpel-Si showcases what they've learned along the way with low weight, out of the saddle stiffness, and snappy, responsive handling. 100mm of trail-smoothing travel is managed by a RockShox Monarch shock and Cannondale's Lefty 2.0 fork, a combo that chews up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires, it doesn't matter if you're riding chunky gnar or buttery singletrack, they'll carve the turns and grip like nothing else. Cannondale Si cranks and a 2 x 11-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain offers a wide gear range, high-speed shifting, and rock-solid performance. Shimano Deore brakes are there when you need them, with power and modulation to spare. Cannondale components and a Prologo saddle round out the build and keep those contact points happy. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
GT Fury Expert
$4,340.00
With GT's Fury Expert, pinned downhill runs and stomped freeride lines are the norm. This aluminum rig dismantles everything in its path with GT's dialed Independent Drivetrain rear suspension. Up front, there's 200mm of suspension from a RockShox Boxxer fork and out back 210mm from a Fox Van RC coil shock to see you through the biggest hits and steepest tracks. The rest of the build is just as good. Highlights include 27.5-inch Jalco hoops wrapped in incredibly grippy Continental tires, powerful Shimano Zee brakes, Race Face cranks, as well as quick-shifting Shimano Zee 10-speed rear derailleur and shifter. Add an 800mm-wide bar, direct-mount stem, and WTB saddle, and let fast become your new norm.
GT Helion Expert
$3,470.00
Light, lively and sure to leave a grin plastered across your face, GT's Helion Expert is the key to trail-riding bliss. The light GT aluminum frame soaks up trail obstacles with 110mm of plush, controllable front-end suspension powered by a Fox Float fork, plus their 130mm rear shock, while GT's XC-oriented geometry places heavy emphasis on speed, efficiency and agility. This capable machine rolls on WTB UST-tubeless wheels, quality Shimano SLX hubs, and grippy Continental 27.5-inch tires to keep you pinned in the corners. Meanwhile, the 2x10 Shimano Deore/SLX drivetrain keeps things fast, with the precision shifting it takes to drop your buddies and the climbing capability to tackle epic days in the saddle. Plus, the Shimano Deore hydraulic discs provide awesome speed control for setting personal bests on local descents. And, the rest of the Expert is dressed to the nines with Race Face's Ride bar, stem, and seatpost, and a choice WTB saddle.
GT Helion Carbon Pro
$5,970.00
Whether you're looking to add some new trophies to your shelf, or blast local trails with your riding buddies, GT's Helion Carbon Pro sports the acceleration and handling required to ensure every day on the trail is a winner. GT's light and nimble carbon frame soaks up trail obstacles with Fox-powered front and rear suspension, while GT's XC-oriented geometry places s heavy emphasis on speed, efficiency, and agility. The whole thing rolls on Stan's tubeless-ready Crest rims, 350 hubs from DT Swiss, and grippy 27.5-inch Maxxis tires that keep you pinned in the corners. Meanwhile, a light and fast 1 x 10-speed Shimano XT drivetrain graces the Helion Carbon Pro, with a Race Face Turbine crankset to transfer your torque to the trails. And, powerful Shimano XT hydraulic discs mean you can brake later and corner faster, all with impeccable control. The rest of the Pro is equally high-tech with Race Face's Turbine 35 bar, stem, and seatpost, and a Fizik Tundra saddle.
GT Helion Pro
$3,800.00
Whether you're looking to add some new trophies to your shelf, or blast local trails with your riding buddies, GT's Helion Pro sports the acceleration and handling required to ensure every day on the trail is a winner. GT's light and nimble aluminum frame soaks up trail obstacles with Fox-powered front and rear suspension, while GT's XC-oriented geometry places s heavy emphasis on speed, efficiency, and agility. The whole thing rolls on Stan's tubeless-ready Rapid rims, Shimano SLX hubs, and grippy 27.5-inch WTB tires that keep you pinned in the corners. Meanwhile, a light and fast 2 x 11-speed Shimano XT drivetrain graces the Helion Pro, with a Race Face Ride crankset to transfer your torque to the trails. And, powerful Shimano SLX hydraulic discs mean you can brake later and corner faster, all with impeccable control. The rest of the Helion is equally high-tech with Race Face's Ride bar, stem, and seatpost, and a WTB Silverado Race saddle.
Cannondale Habit 5
$2,625.00
The Habit features fresh, progressive geometry and a Proportional Response suspension design, turning this do-it-all fun machine into a full-on trail slayer. It's designed to be a "daily ride" with proven durable suspension pivots, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and design features that make it easily serviceable with no proprietary tools required. Equipped with 29-inch wheels, big grippy tires, and 130mm of travel front and rear, the Habit is built to tame unruly trails everywhere. The frame features a tapered headtube, tube-in-tube internal cable routing, and a two-piece alloy linkage that keeps the suspension moving smoothly. The Lockr thru-axle pivot system creates a rock-solid connection between both sides of the swingarm and the main frame for instantaneous response with no flex. This bike is ready to ride with properly wide bars, a short stem, powerful brakes, 1X drivetrain and, of course, a dropper post, all to give the rider complete command of the trail. - Shimano SLX drivetrain - TranzX dropper seatpost
GT Sanction Expert
$3,410.00
The ride down is what matters in the enduro world, but the ride up needs to be dialed as well, which is why you're riding GT's Sanction Pro. GT's lightweight aluminum frame is an optimized blend of DH and pedal-friendly geometry. With the GT Independent Drivetrain Suspension, a Monarch R Plus Debonair shock in back, and a RockShox Yari fork delivering 170mm of travel up front, Sanction is fully capable of going up and down, as well as over and off pretty much anything. This rig rolls on WTB STP rims and a pair of Schwalbe Magic Mary tires to hook up hard and fast in the corners. A 1 x 11-speed Shimano GX drivetrain has the gears you need to conquer the climbs and the descents, with the mechanical simplicity that keeps you from worrying about your gear at a critical moment. Everything is kept under control by a pair of SRAM Guide disc brakes. RaceFace Chester bars and stem and a sleek WTB saddle are the final touches on this enduro machine.
GT Fury Elite
$3,250.00
GT's Fury Elite is a dose of metal courage that's ready for your next assault on the mountain. RockShox handles the suspension up front with a 200mm Domain dual-crown while a Fox Van R coil-over delivers 210mm in the back. The aluminum Fury has slack, dialed geometry and GT's pro-proven Independent Drivetrain suspension tailor-made for big hits, slashing berms, and blurring speeds. Your landing gear consists of tough Jalco wheels with fat Continental tires, while your speed is controlled by Shimano hydraulics with 203mm rotors. A SRAM 1x9 X5 setup gives you all the gears you need, and you've got an 800mm-wide bar and direct-mount stem to pilot you down the course.
Cannondale Jekyll 2
$5,550.00
This precision instrument is for the enduro artists, the ones who will use its Gemini dual-travel and poppy quickness to dance and float through the chop and chunder on their way to the top step. The Jekyll delivers all the slack stability you’d expect from a top enduro rig, but with uncanny agility and snap, thanks to 27.5 wheels and the ultra-short chainstays of our Ai rear end. Asymmetric Integration (Ai) delivers some of the shortest stays on the trail, yet has more tire clearance and frame stiffness than even Boost frames can muster. Plus a rear wheel that’s stiffer and stronger thanks to the Ai even-dish build. It all adds up to the kind of agility and traction that has to be ridden to be believed. Co-developed with Fox, the Gemini system adds two ride modes (Hustle & Flow) to the killer performance of Fox shocks. Flip to Hustle to shorten the travel and ramp up the spring rate for a snappier, more responsive feel for pumping through turns, sprints, and traction-challenged climbs. Flip back to Flow for full Fox travel when things get rough. Placing a link between the swingarm and the shock allows Cannondale's engineers to customize the system's leverage ratios for optimal suspension response throughout the stroke and keep the suspension active under braking while retaining the stiffness, durability, and reliability of a single pivot design.