Nimble at high Cannondale F29 Alloy 2 speeds.
Cannondale’s newest high performance F29 Alloy 2 aluminum MTB receives cross-country race-day-inspired benefits due to the nature of hardtail 29ers, which smooth out any small trail undulation way better than the 26inch hardtail brethren. The Cannondale bike also gains benefit from utilizing their trail-responsive and plush world renown Lefty front fork that is laterally stiffer than the standard double stanchion forks from other manufactures, all adding to the benefits of bigger, 29-inch wheels, making the mountain bike an all-around blast on the single track.
- Aluminum hard tail frame utilizes the fast, Cannondale race-inspired geometry thus giving it nimble trail manners.
- World renown 90mm Lefty suspension fork with PBR adjustment and lockout, for smooth, responsive trail manners.
- Bigger BB30 bottom bracket area was designed to increases overall frame stiffness and to improve pedal power-transfer to the rear wheel.
- Over sized 1.5 inch head tube to improve the steering precision and high speed stability
- Compliant rear chain and seat-stays have specifically engineered shaped to dampen small trail bumps to make you through rough sections of trail a lot faster.
- Hydraulic disc brakes are handled by the Magura MT2 model, being very reliable to stop you in a hurry if needed in rough sections of trail.
- Disc Rotor sizes are 160mm for the rear model, and a bigger diameter 180mm front rotor diameter, to slow you down faster because you will be now hauling ass faster than ever.
- Wheelset is dialed in with WTB Frequency Race rims.
- WTB Nine Line tubeless-ready tires to roll faster than ever on hard-packed terrain.
- Please take a quick note as all the manufacture specifications for the 2013 model years are subject to change on the Cannondale F29 Alloy 2 hardtail mountain bike at any time
“Have fun exploring the woodlands and new desert trail this spring with these mountain bikes…. Enjoy!
– these bikes are also available for purchase through the REI link below”
“– Funner, 29er-Cafe”