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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 F-Si Team
$8,999.99
The F-Si team is a beast on the trail. Designed to let you out-kick them on the climbs and out-rip them on the descents, this ultralight rocket is your ticket to the top of the podium. Equipped with the Lefty fork, you'll out-corner, out-steer, and out-handle the competition, again and again. Get insane traction with super short chainstays, without being limited to 1X set-ups, or sacrificing mud clearance. Cannondale also equips the F-Si with fit-focused wheel diameters, to achieve the best possible fit for all riders. With gold-standard SRAM XX1 Eagle shifting performance and SRAM Level Ultimate hydraulic disc brakes, you'll race uphill and carve back down with expert precision. A carbon Cannondale bar, super fast ENVE carbon rims, and tacky Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO tires create a slick, race-ready hardtail package that's undeniable and distinctive both on the trail and off.
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 Jekyll Carbon 1
$7,749.99
Cannondale’s Jekyll Carbon 1 gets you down the mountain hysterically fast with a light, stiff, and tough full-carbon BallisTec frame that arrives at the bottom begging to do it again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox Factory X EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s buttery Factory Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the 12-speed SRAM X01/XX1 Eagle drivetrain via a Descendant carbon crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. Meanwhile, SRAM’s flawless Guide RSC brakes modulate precisely, so you can negotiate any trail with dialed control. This rig’s Maxxis Minion EXOs eat loose trail for breakfast wrapped around Cannondale’s incredible HollowGram 30 wheels that spin up like they’re not even there while standing up to unwavering speed through the chop. So, jump on, slam the RaceFace Turbine dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 1
$7,749.99
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, lightweight, full-carbon frame ensures dialed control on wicked descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox handles suspension needs with a Factory Float X EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Factory Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as you blast through rock gardens and launch drops. Rely on ravenous Maxxis Minion 3C EXO tires to bite hard into loose trails, while Cannondale’s flyweight HollowGram 30 wheels seem to disappear on climbs and hold up to dicey descents. SRAM gets you up the mountain fast with their extended-range, 12-speed Eagle X01/XX1 Eagle drivetrain and a Descendant carbon crankset, while their Guide RSC 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 your veins.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 1
$7,499.99
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the world's best XC race machine. Welcome to XXC. The Ballistec carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel-Si come into their own when you need to step on the gas. 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. With HollowGram 23 Superlight carbon wheels and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires you'll rip descents and climb like a goat. To throw you up those hills, SRAM’s 12-speed XX1-X01 Eagle drivetrain flaunts a huge 10-50 cassette and precise shifting you expect from SRAM. SRAM’s Level TLM Ultimate brakes keep the party under control with power to spare and unbelievably dialed modulation. Cannondale’s own handlebar, stem, and carbon seatpost with a Fabric Scoop saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points whether it’s an after-work ride or all day race. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
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.
KHS SixFifty 6700
$6,069.00
Ride the trail with precision, confidence, and speed on KHS's SixFifty 6700. Its stiff, lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a Fox Factory Float DPS shock out back and a Fox Factory 34 Float fork soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on a formidable 27.5-inch DT M1700 Spline wheelset that delivers lightweight all-trail dominance while it lives up to the impressive dirt-hugging precedent set by its counterpart: a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM XO1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to head downhill with control, SRAM Guide hydraulic disc brakes deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Q2 components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 1
$5,999.99
A race hardtail like no other. Designed to let you out-kick them on the climbs and out-rip them on the descents, this ultralight rocket is your ticket to the top of the podium. Equipped with the Lefty fork, you'll out-corner, out-steer, and out-handle the competition, again and again. Get insane traction with super short chainstays, without being limited to 1x set-ups or sacrificing mud clearance. Cannondale also equips the F-Si with fit-focused wheel diameters to achieve the best possible fit for all riders. With SRAM's XX1/X01 Eagle 12-speed drivetrain and SRAM Level TLM disc brakes, you'll race uphill and carve back down with expert precision. A carbon Cannondale bar, super fast HollowGram carbon rims, and tacky Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO tires create a slick, race-ready hardtail package that's undeniable and distinctive both on the trail and off.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 2
$5,999.99
Cannondale’s Jekyll 2 rolls on a fast, light, and tough BallisTec carbon frame that shrugs off enduro brutality and arrives at the bottom begging to do it again and again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox Float X Elite EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s stiff, enduro-loving Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the 12-speed SRAM X01 Eagle drivetrain via Descendant carbon crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. And, for all-mountain dominance, you won’t find better rubber than the Jekyll’s Maxxis Minions, wrapped around 29mm WTB Frequency Team rims that spin up fast and take enduro punishment like a masochist. SRAM’s sweet Guide RS brakes modulate beautifully to keep you on course, even when that course can only be described as “sketchy.” So, jump on, slam the RaceFace Turbine dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Moterra SE
$5,999.99
A longer travel fork and burlier spec make this SE version of the Moterra even more fun on rowdy terrain. This trail-ready e-bike rolls on WTB i29 rims wrapped in shred-ready 27.5 x 2.85-inch Onza skinwall knobbies — all tubeless ready. This combination delivers incredible traction with high-wheeling rollover, making short work of clearing obstacles. Now, that in itself is enough to elevate your riding, but Moterra SE combines that trail-grabbing technology with a Bosch Performance pedal assist system. This carefully balanced, beautifully integrated e-bike system lets you fly up hills, power through technical sections, and get to more terrain than ever before. All this is built on a geniously-designed Fox-damped frame that is mated to a Float 34 fork to offer 140mm of travel in the front and 130mm in the rear, taking the bite out of rocky stretches and helping those tires track terrain like a bloodhound. SRAM's e-bike-specific EX-1 wide-range 8-speed drivetrain makes sure you have the gears you need to efficiently tackle any trail, and Guide RE hydraulic brakes modulate your speed with smooth actuation and huge power. So, what are you waiting for? The next step is here, and is yours for the taking.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Women's 1
$5,999.99
The lightest, best climbing, best descending, all-around fastest dual-suspension XC race bike ever made — for women with a need for speed. The carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel-Si come into their own when you need to step on the gas. 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. With HollowGram 23 Superlight carbon wheels and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires, you'll rip descents and climb like a goat. To throw you up those hills, SRAM’s 12-speed X01 Eagle drivetrain flaunts a huge 10-50 cassette and the precise shifting you expect from SRAM. Shimano XT brakes keep things in check with power to spare and single-finger modulation. Cannondale’s own carbon handlebar, stem, and carbon seatpost with a Fi'zi:k Arione Donna saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points whether it’s an after work power hour or an all day race.
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.
KHS SixFifty Team
$5,949.00
KHS's SixFifty Team is a race-worthy rig ready to take on the cross country world. Light, stiff, and ultra-responsive, the carbon frame almost feels like it pedals itself up even the steepest climbs. Making the hills and descents easier is a Fox Float FIT CTD fork that lets you navigate rock gardens and technical sections with ease and precision. DT 27.5-inch hoops accelerate with the flick of a pedal and effortlessly roll over obstacles. Meanwhile, SRAM’s precision-shifting XX1 drivetrain offers a wide range of gears so you can focus on the trail ahead. Plus, you’ll love the control that comes with the unflinching SRAM Guide discs so you can confidently keep pushing the limits.
KHS SixFifty Team
$5,699.00
Astride KHS’s SixFifty Team, the odds of your next cross country win jump straight to “highly probable.” The High Modulus T800 Carbon frame is a direct conduit between you and the course, intimately translating your input and the trail’s feedback for an intense discussion about victory. Fox’s Factory 32 Float fork mediates the conversation by providing intuitive true-tracking terrain management up front, while the super-light 27.5-inch DT-Swiss XR 1501 Spline wheelset accelerates effortlessly with the strength and stiffness to deftly drive the Maxxis Ikon tires deep into corners and rabbit out the other side. A top-tier SRAM XX1 drivetrain elegantly provides all-out race power management making your gear selections feel automatic and seamless at high speeds. And, should you need to check that speed coming into a switchback, SRAM Guide RSC brakes deliver precisely modulated braking power. You are the fuel; now simply climb aboard the SixFifty Team to add fire.
KHS Team 29
$5,599.00
You’ll find KHS’s Team 29 bolting off the start line toward the far off finish, leaving everything else in hindsight. An MSD carbon frame provides a stable, lightweight platform for aggressive climbing and technical prowess while an intuitive Fox 32 Float Factory fork effortlessly smooths technical terrain, keeping you nailed to your line all race long. The DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline wheelset delivers high strength and low rotating mass for confident descents and instant acceleration, speaking to the course through speed-frenzied Maxxis Ikon tires. SRAM’s incredible XX1 drivetrain sends your power to the rear wheel with seamless shifting and elegantly engineered efficiency, and the Guide RSC brakes dial in your speed from imperceptible scrub to full-G velocity-cease. If you find enlightenment in achievement beyond perceived limitations, the Team 29 may be your trailmate.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 3
$5,330.00 - $5,500.00
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the world's best XC race machine. Welcome to XXC. The 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 RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. Up front, the 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 carbon fork chew up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest MK3 rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires you'll blast through buffed singletrack and chunky gnar with ease. Cannondale HollowGram Si cranks and an 11-speed Shimano XTR/XT drivetrain go together like peanut butter and chocolate, with a wide 11-42 gear range and the on-trail performance you expect from Shimano's high-end mountain components. Shimano XT brakes keep the party under control with trademark power and unbelievably controlled modulation. A carbon handlebar, carbon seatpost, and stem from Cannondale and a Prologo saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points. With a Scalpel-Si under your control you'll cut through the competition. 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 Scalpel SE 1
$5,499.99
The Scalpel — unleashed. More travel front and rear, burlier components and a dropper post transform the ultimate XC race machine into the ultimate fast trail slayer. The full carbon frame doles out 115mm of travel controlled by a Fox EVOL shock to keep your rear wheel tracking at high speeds. Cannondale’s Lefty 2.0 handles the chop up front with another 120mm of compliance, coupled with knife-sharp handling. You’ll be rolling fast on a set of Stan’s ZTR Arch MK3 wheels, ready to go tubeless with Maxxis Ardents for high traction. SRAM keeps you ahead of the pack with an Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, while Shimano XT brakes modulate huge power. And, with a ti-railed Fabric Scoop saddle atop a Turbine dropper, you’re ready for anything the trail throws at you. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
KHS Team 29
$5,399.00
Take a light, stiff full-carbon frame, add 29-inch wheels and what do you get? A supremely fast ride poised for XC domination. KHS's Team 29 is just such a rig. This performance-oriented cross-country machine has quick, aggressive geometry that perfectly complements its race-ready specs. Up front, this snappy ride is equipped with a featherweight 100mm-travel Fox 32 Float Fit CTD for pinpoint control, while DT Swiss wheels devour the terrain. The rest of the components are primed for action, too. From the quick-shifting SRAM XX1 11-speed drivetrain and SRAM Guide discs, to the carbon seatpost and bars, this hardtail is ready to dominate.
KHS Team 29 FS
$5,399.00
KHS' Team 29 combines the no-holds barred feel of a monster truck with the effortless climbing and acceleration of carbon for complete singletrack bliss. Their carbon frame provides phenomenal comfort and pedaling efficiency, and with the precise handling of the tapered Fox 32 Evolution Float fork, and the roll-over-anything 29er DT wheels and WTB rubber, you’ll take lines like a pro. In the back, the Fox Float CTD shock smoothly soaks up the roots and rocks. And with SRAM’s X01/X1 11-speed drivetrain, you get some of the smoothest, most responsive shifting available. Meanwhile, the SRAM Guide RSC hydraulic discs deliver amazing modulation and control, so that you’re ready for whatever the day brings.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 3
$5,330.00
Cannondale's Scalpel-Si Carbon 3 slices a path to the podium with unbridled XC speed and pinpoint handling. The 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 RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. Up front, the 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 Carbon XLR fork chew 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 you'll blast through buffed singletrack and chunky gnar with ease. Cannondale HollowGram Si cranks and an 11-speed Shimano XTR/XT drivetrain go together like peanut butter and chocolate, with a wide 11-42 gear range and the on-trail performance you expect from Shimano's high-end mountain components. Shimano XT brakes keep the party under control with trademark power and unbelievably controlled modulation. A carbon handlebar, carbon seatpost, and stem from Cannondale and a Prologo saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points. With a Scalpel-Si under your control you'll cut through the competition.
Cannondale Bad Habit 2
$4,799.99
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 SRAM Guide R brakes put mind-bending control in your fingertips. SRAM GX Eagle shifting components paired with Truvativ's Descendant Eagle crankset ensure fewer dropped chains and wide-range gearing through the 1 x 12 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 RockShox Pike RC fork and Fox Float DPS Performance EVOL SV to further aid in the crazy amount of traction plus-size tires provide. A Race Face Aeffect dropper seatpost, WTB Scraper i40 rims, and Cannondale carbon handlebar create an irresistible Bad Habit you won't want to drop.
KHS DH 650 Pro
$4,669.00
Hold freaky-fast dominion over the mountain on KHS’s DH 650 Pro. With its unwavering KHS 650B FSS Alloy frame stroking a RockShox Kage RC out back, and a confidence-gushing RockShox BoXXer Team fork, your run from the top of the mountain to the bottom will be as short and indescribable as your last relationship. A sturdy set of WTB STP i25 rims helps the Maxxis Minion DH tires stay round as they roll over, carve, and drop their way down the mountain. When gravity isn’t throwing you hard enough down the trail, Shimano’s Zee 10-speed drivetrain lets you engage the afterburner to stoke your flow while a matching pair of Zee brakes arrest your freefall when you approach terminal velocity.
KHS Team 29
$4,669.00
You’ll find KHS’s Team 29 bolting off the start line toward the far off finish, leaving everything else in hindsight. An MSD carbon frame provides a stable, lightweight platform for aggressive climbing and technical prowess while an intuitive RockShox SID RLC fork effortlessly smooths technical terrain, keeping you nailed to your line all race long. The DT X1900 Spline wheelset delivers high strength and low rotating mass for confident descents and instant acceleration, speaking to the course through speed-frenzied Maxxis Ikon tires. SRAM’s incredible Eagle XO 1 x 12 drivetrain sends your power to the rear wheel with seamless shifting and elegantly engineered efficiency, and the SRAM Level TL hydraulic disc brakes dial in your speed from imperceptible scrub to full-G velocity-cease. High quality details like a WTB saddle, Q2 carbon seatpost, and FSA cockpit components provide the finishing touches on this race-ready ride. If you find enlightenment in achievement beyond perceived limitations, the Team 29 may be your trailmate.
Cannondale F-Si Carbon 2
$4,599.99
The F-Si Carbon 2 is a hardtail like no other. Designed to let you out-kick them on the climbs and out-rip them on the descents, this ultralight rocket is your ticket to the top of the podium. Equipped with the Lefty fork, you'll out-corner, out-steer, and out-handle the competition, again and again. Get insane traction with super short chainstays, without being limited to 1X set-ups, or sacrificing mud clearance. Cannondale also equips the F-Si with fit-focused wheel diameters, to achieve the best possible fit for all riders. With SRAM X01/GX shifting, and SRAM Level TL hydraulic braking, you'll race uphill and carve back down with expert precision. A carbon Cannondale bar, super fast HollowGram carbon rims, and tacky Schwalbe Rocket Ron tires create a slick, race-ready hardtail package that's undeniable and distinctive both on the trail and off.
Cannondale Moterra
$4,599.99 $5,499.99 16% Savings
With 27+ tires and the kind of nimble agility that only Cannondale's unique motor and battery placement and Ai technology can deliver, the Moterra is the ultimate all-mountain shredder. This trail-ready e-bike rolls on WTB Scraper rims wrapped in cushy, griptastic 27.5 x 2.8” Schwalbe knobbies — all tubeless ready. This combination delivers incredible traction with high-wheeling rollover, making short work of clearing obstacles. Now, that in itself is enough to elevate your riding, but Moterra combines that trail-grabbing technology with a Bosch Performance pedal assist system. This carefully balanced, beautifully integrated e-bike system lets you fly up hills, power through technical sections, and get to more terrain than ever before. All this is built on a geniusly designed RockShox-damped frame that is mated to a Revelation fork to offer 130mm of travel both front and rear, taking the bite out of rocky stretches and helping those tires track terrain like a bloodhound. A Shimano SLX drivetrain makes sure you have the gears you need to efficiently tackle any trail, and SLX hydraulic brakes modulate your speed with smooth actuation and huge power. So, what are you waiting for? The next step is here, and is yours for the taking.
KHS SixFifty 6600
$4,599.00
Trail-blasting and envy-inspiring are just a few of the things you could say to describe KHS's SixFifty 6600. Its stiff and lightweight MSD/MLS full carbon frame is equipped with 150mm of travel engineered with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock out back and a RockShox Pike RCT3 soaking up another 150mm of terrain in front. It rolls on double-wall, 27.5-inch WTB STP-i25 rims that deliver lightweight all-trail dominance while an impressive, dirt-hugging precedent is set by a pair of tenacious Maxxis High Roller II tires. You’ll get up to speed and stay there with the streamlined SRAM GX1 11-speed drivetrain, and when it's time to hit the brakes, Shimano hydraulics deliver reliable stopping power. The KS dropper post ensures your saddle is exactly where you need it all the time, and the WTB and Kore components add to the high-quality build of this trail conquering machine.
Cannondale Scalpel SE 2
$4,500.00
The Scalpel — unleashed. More travel front and rear, burlier components and a dropper post transform the ultimate XC race machine into the ultimate fast trail slayer. The full carbon frame doles out 115mm of travel controlled by a Fox EVOL shock to keep your rear wheel tracking at high speeds. The venerable Fox Float 34 fork handles the chop up front with another 120mm of squish. You’ll be rolling fast on a set of Stan’s ZTR Arch S1 wheels, ready to go tubeless with Maxxis Ardents for super fast, high-traction, flat-free racing. SRAM keeps you ahead of the pack with the an Eagle 12-speed drivetrain's huge range while their Level T brakes modulate precisely for total control. And, with a ti-railed Fabric Scoop saddle atop a Race Face Aeffect dropper, you’re ready for anything the trail throws at you.
Cannondale Habit 2 SE
$4,499.99
Looking for a bit more? The SE spec amplifies the Habit's rowdy capabilities with more aggressive tires, wide rims and burly brakes. Get some. The lightweight carbon frame features an aluminum swingarm for extra durability, and 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A RockShox Pike RC fork offers another 130mm so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. The Habit's WTB rims are laced to DT Swiss hubs and are wrapped in Maxxis tires to ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. With the range of its SRAM GX Eagle drivetrain and powerful Guide R brakes right at your fingertips, you'll be faster both going up and coming back down. And, a Fox dropper post mske sure you're in the best riding position no matter where you are on the trail.
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