Cannondale believed that full suspension could be faster, and the Scalpel was its 80mm travel ticket to World Cup glory. Then they add a clear frame protection material on key points of the downtube and stays. Möglich machen das geringe Gewicht die sognannten Flex-Pivots am Hinterbau. Für das neue Modelljahr hat das Racebike ganze 200g abgespeckt: Mit Dämpfer bringt der Carbonframe künftig luftige 1900g auf die Waage und gehört damit am Markt zu den Leichtesten. BallisTec Carbon, Proportional Response Tuned, molded chainstay protection, RockShox SIDLuxe Select+, 2-position mode adjust, rebound adjust, RockShox SID Select, DebonAir spring, 44mm offset, Cannondale Riser, butted 6061 alloy, 5° upsweep, 9° backsweep, 760mm width, 31.8mm clamp diameter, Cannondale 3, 6061 alloy, 7° rise, 31.8mm bar clamp, Shimano MT500, 2-piston, Shimano RT54 rotors (180mm front, 160mm rear), Truvativ Stylo 6K, 34 tooth, Ai custom offset, SRAM NX Eagle PG-1230, 12-speed, 11-50 tooth, Stan's NoTubes Crest S1, tubeless ready, 32 hole, 32 hole, 15x110mm Boost front, Shimano Deore 12x148mm Boost rear with HG driver, Front: Maxxis Ardent Race, EXO, TR, 29" x 2.35", Cannondale DownLow dropper, internal routing, Lifetime main frame; 5 years chainstays/seatstays/links, 1 year paint, decals, and Cannondale components, FlexPivot suspension design with "virtual Horst link" flexible chainstay plates, @cache_main: cabb4f85cae81ca107968de1984eb9d3. Cannondale decided to sprinkle a little extra something special on the XC bike while bumping up the front and rear travel to 120mm, thereby slacking out some of its angles. The video above provides a full feature walk-thru, followed by my ride review with slow-mo and action footage to show how it all works. It’s an XC bike that added a little travel to hit that massively popular “Light Trail” category. Doing so in this fashion however, means that the Scalpel isn’t lumped with the usual weight penalty that comes with a typical four-bar suspension design. Praesent at libero ut sapien ornare sagittis ac ac lacus. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos.

Mauris mattis dui in laoreet auctor. Free shipping on orders over $50 (continental U.S. only). Mit dem Teleon RS stockt die Münchner Titanschmiede Falkenjagd ihre Rennsport-Linie um ein viertes Mitglied auf. Fast enough for XC races and big enough to rip descents. Das Laktat brennt in meinen Oberschenkeln. As well as preventing twisting, the bearings ensure the Lefty slides smoothly even under bending loads. Alle Details gibt es im Artikel und im Video. Cras pharetra sagittis purus, et aliquam ipsum consectetur nec. There’s a sweet spot, and it really is right at 26% sag on the shock. You can read the full tech story on this all-new 2021 Cannondale Scalpel in our launch coverage, and check out all the models, pricing and specs in this post. Das starke Rock Shox Fahrwerk, bestehend aus der jüngst vorgestellten SID Select+-Gabel und dem SIDluxe-Dämpfer, arbeitet sehr feinfühlig, bietet dennoch in hartem Geläuf genug Reserven. With a couple of easy changes, very little of that racing pedigree is lost, but some real-world capability is expanded. In Zusammenarbeit mit Cannondale präsentieren wir hier das neue Scalpel im Unboxing-Video: Bei nur wenigen Rädern ist der Modellname so passend wie beim legendären Racefully Cannondale Scalpel. Cleveres Detail: Das neue Storage-Center namens Stash-Box. You’ll also be able to tell just by looking at the comparative photo that the tolerances are a lot tighter – the new hardware doesn’t have any side-to-side slop like the original did. The Scalpel keeps its flex stays in the name of weight and simplicity. Speziell für Marathonracer oder das im Rennsport erfolgreiche Cannondale-Factory-Racing Team ist diese Kapazität besonders wichtig. Personally I’d just rather see a closed dropout with a regular axle. Thankfully for a newb like me, there’s a handy fork setup guide just next to the brake calliper. First though, let’s take a look at the most technically advanced Scalpel yet, and find out how Cannondale can boldly proclaim that this is the lightest full suspension bike on the market. Completing the trail-ready picture are slightly wider 780mm handlebars, a shorter stem, and higher volume tyres. Diese Links sind mit folgendem Icon gekennzeichnet: Die Milch macht's: Diese Tubeless-Flüssigkeiten wissen zu überzeugen, Diese MTB-Winterschuhe halten warm und trocken. They’re using their tough BallisTec carbon to make a stiff yet light frame.

Phasellus porta ipsum sed risus faucibus bibendum. Die verbaute Shimano-XT-Gruppe sorgt für ein sorgloses Schaltverhalten und dosierte Bremsvorgänge. With the svelte but capable Lefty and race-optimized rear suspension, the Scalpel has been an easy choice for the fast kids. For two reasons. Add a Shimano XT build, and a sweet integrated tool system and you have a trail-ready cross-country race bike. If you’re hitting full travel too often, it is possible to add a volume spacer inside the air spring. Head to for the full line and details. The drivetrain is Shimano XT, cranks are Cannondale HollowGram with 34T SpideRing direct mount chainring, and no pedals. Fast-forward two decades and Cannondale is set to launch an entirely new Scalpel – the 8th generation of the US brand’s heirloom race bike. Sed eu justo ipsum. Add a Shimano XT build, and a sweet integrated tool system and you have a trail-ready cross-country race bike. Cannondale Scalpel SE. The fork on our test bike came in at 1,731g on the scales, which is kind of porky for an XC race fork. The Scalpel was moving up the hill just fine, much faster than we realized, actually. Maybe we are getting soft, but after several rides we felt compelled to swap out Cannondale's 60mm stem and the front Maxxis Ardent Race tire for something a bit more..."trail" worthy.

Vestibulum faucibus felis odio, vitae rhoncus leo porta eu. When I’m pedaling, there’s little chance the tire will slip. Bei harten Verzögerungsmanövern, etwa auf Bremswellen im Trailausgang, bringt das Scalpel subjektiv mehr Bremskraft auf den Trail. At its core the Scalpel remains as a lightweight 100mm travel XC race bike. Proin eleifend ante id diam eleifend, vitae ultrices magna venenatis. It would seem the longer-legged cross-country race bikes have clung to a more traditional geometry that other models have left in the rear-view mirror. It’s also why the bike comes with Cannondale’s own Hollowgram crankset and chainring that matches the custom chainline. There’s also good versatility in the chassis with the option to fit a dropper post, a 120mm fork and up to a 2.4in wide rear tyre. Morbi porta eleifend est a efficitur. Cheaper Scalpels come with a standard carbon frame that is otherwise identical while being 250g heavier (2,160g claimed). So, much as I hate to admit it, there’s a chance some of it has to do with their Ai (Asymmetric Integration) offset rear end. Bucking the usual trend for an XC race bike, the Scalpel’s suspension is smooth, active and really comfortable on rough terrain. Us neither. While it tends to be pretty easy to bottom out an XC race bike, it takes a big impact to hit full travel on the Scalpel, which manages its suspension impeccably well.