Cannondale quick 4 hybrid bike £405 @ Evans Cycles - HotUKDeals
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Outdoor Health Club with what we've learned making high-end road bikes, we've taken a performance-based approach to recreational cycling. The new Quick's combination of light weight, smooth-riding comfort and balanced rider position provides a true Cannondale riding experience; on a new Cannondale Quick 4 2014 Hybrid Bike, you'll go a little faster, ride a little further, and push yourself a little harder than you ever thought possible.
Frame: Quick, Butted 6061 Alloy, SAVE
Fork: Cannondale Quick, Carbon blades, 1-1/8" steerer
Front Derailleur: Shimano Altus, 31.8 clamp
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio
Number of Gears: 24
Shifters: Shimano M310 Rapid-fire Plus
Chainset: Shimano M311, 48/38/28
Bottom Bracket: Tange Cartridge
Cassette: Sunrace CSM558, 11-32, 8-speed
Chain: KMC Z51, 8-speed
Pedals: Quick Reinforced Composite w/ Kraton Inserts
Brakes: Cannondale C4 Mini V
Brake Levers: Cannondale C3 w/ Kraton
Handlebar: Cannondale C4, 6061 alloy, 25mm rise, 640mm
Stem: Cannondale C4, 31.8, 12 deg
Headset: Tange Si 1-1/8"
Grips: Cannondale Ergo Performance, Lock-On
Rims: Element C3 - 700c
Hubs: Element C3
Spokes: Element Xero Stainless Black
Front Tyre: Kenda Kwick Trax, 700x32c
Rear Tyre: Kenda Kwick Trax, 700x32c
Saddle: Cannondale Quick Ergo Performance
Seatpost: Cannondale C4, Alloy, 27.2x350mm
Weight: Not Specified
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#1
Does anyone own one of these?

Any idea on the weight?
#2
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes and available in all sizes ? I know nothing about bikes except they have two wheels and you pedal them , Obviously they have different quaility components just the same as cars do.
#3
got to ask yourself how you would use it if on road you don't really need disc brakes off road they are recommended
you can't really go wrong at these prices
#4
villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes and available in all sizes ? I know nothing about bikes except they have two wheels and you pedal them , Obviously they have different quaility components just the same as cars do.



18 gears to 24
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villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes
Not looked at it, but if it's mechanical disc brakes (i.e. cable operated) rather than hydraulic, then don't touch it.
(V-Brakes are better than cable discs).
#6
TREG
villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes and available in all sizes ? I know nothing about bikes except they have two wheels and you pedal them , Obviously they have different quaility components just the same as cars do.



18 gears to 24
number of gears on evans website looks wrong - looks 24 vs 24 - can't get to 18 from a 8 speed cassette and 3 chain rings
#7
Bertz99
TREG
villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes and available in all sizes ? I know nothing about bikes except they have two wheels and you pedal them , Obviously they have different quaility components just the same as cars do.



18 gears to 24
number of gears on evans website looks wrong - looks 24 vs 24 - can't get to 18 from a 8 speed cassette and 3 chain rings



Just went via their site so not sure.
Looks to be hydraulic brakes on the CX4
#8
TREG
Bertz99
TREG
villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes and available in all sizes ? I know nothing about bikes except they have two wheels and you pedal them , Obviously they have different quaility components just the same as cars do.



18 gears to 24
number of gears on evans website looks wrong - looks 24 vs 24 - can't get to 18 from a 8 speed cassette and 3 chain rings



Just went via their site so not sure.
Looks to be hydraulic brakes on the CX4
do you mean mechanical?
looking through spec differences I can see are carbon fork, compared to alloy on the CX4, Altus rear derailleur compared to Alivio and 3mm fatter tyres - other changes are just equivalent components for the different brake type - not really much in it
#9
Bertz99
TREG
Bertz99
TREG
villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes and available in all sizes ? I know nothing about bikes except they have two wheels and you pedal them , Obviously they have different quaility components just the same as cars do.



18 gears to 24
number of gears on evans website looks wrong - looks 24 vs 24 - can't get to 18 from a 8 speed cassette and 3 chain rings



Just went via their site so not sure.
Looks to be hydraulic brakes on the CX4
do you mean mechanical?
looking through spec differences I can see are carbon fork, compared to alloy on the CX4, Altus rear derailleur compared to Alivio and 3mm fatter tyres - other changes are just equivalent components for the different brake type - not really much in it


Yes sorry!
I had hydraulic in my mind of what to look for!!
#10
Thanks Lads , I'm guessing cable operated discs are like having a car with discs but no servo ! ie they work just as well but you'd have to pull so hard the cables would snap to get the same effect as the hydraulic ones .
Looks like they are both good bikes
#11
villan57
Thanks Lads , I'm guessing cable operated discs are like having a car with discs but no servo ! ie they work just as well but you'd have to pull so hard the cables would snap to get the same effect as the hydraulic ones .
Looks like they are both good bikes


Not at all. Like everything there are good cable discs and good hydro discs. Avid BB5 & BB7 cable discs are highly regarded and better than half their hydro range!
#12
SanTokiMTB
villan57
whats the difference between this and the cheaper by £5 CX4 which has disc brakes
Not looked at it, but if it's mechanical disc brakes (i.e. cable operated) rather than hydraulic, then don't touch it.
(V-Brakes are better than cable discs).


These promax aren't that bad actually. Swings and roundabouts really but I think most people would find the cable discs less faff to look after.
#13
I have an older version of the cx4 which came with tektro novello disc brakes. They were terrible as they faded on long descents and got noisy from overhearing. Replaced with shimano hydraulic and all is good. If you get the cx4 have about £100 to £200 budgeted to upgrade the brakes and discs.

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