Cannondale 2009 Mtn Bike Line Highlights

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Scalpel Feminine at $3500.00 shown below

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun….will love the Rush. With a balanced 110mm of front/rear wheel suspension travel the Rush is ready to go wherever, whenever you are. Up front the Rock Shox Tora fork handles the hits while the single pivot swing arm featuring hyroformed raises chainstays mounted to a bulletproof “Hot Box” pivot minimizing frame flex and maintenance. You can “let her rip” and be confident the Avid Juicy 3 disc brakes will control the riders speed with ease.

Rush 3 at $1440.00 shown below

The art of hand made bicycles in the USA is nearly extinct but not for the F3. With its race proven Caffeine frame technology, feather light weight and rock solid performance, the F3 will be seen shredding the race coarse as well as on casual weekend rides everywhere. Frame features include oversized power pyramid down tube, shortened sloping top tube, butted seat stays, and smooth welds all come together to make one attractive ride. Equipped with a Headshox Super Fatty DLR 80mm fork, Shimano/SRAM drivetrain and Avid Juicy 3 disc brakes the

F3 Feminine is a bargain at $1400.00

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  • Will Pidsley says:

    Hi, I have the Carbon Rush 03 2009, although its a great bike be very careful of rub between the Gear Cable and the frame point just above the crank. After three rides the cable was into the carbon of the bike! I`m now getting a new frame from Cannondale.

  • Will Pidsley says:

    You now how I said it was a great bike!!! Well it`s not.. I have had no end of trouble with this bike. From the frame to the rear swing arm, to the chain, to the gears and now the rear mech. It must of been back to the shop 9 times in six months. Wondering now if I could get my money back. I feel very let down by Cannondale, and will never bye Cannondale again. Stay well clear, unless you plan to ride a full sus around town.

  • Steve says:

    Sounds like you had more trouble with the shop than the bike itself,
    you should have installed the cable rub patches that came with the bike, or asked that the 9 year old who built the bike at the shop redo the cable routing!
    i’ve not come across a good bike mechanic yet…

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