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Cannondale Trail 2 2020 - (Size S, M, XL) £930.74 with code @Triton Cycles
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Cannondale Trail 2 2020 - (Size S, M, XL) £930.74 with code @Triton Cycles

£930.74£1,055.5112% Free P&P FreeTriton Cycles Deals
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Posted 22nd Apr

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Cannondale Trail 2 2020

Lowest price I can find by over £120. In stock in sizes S, M and XL.

Free delivery usually dispatched within 24 hours.


Specifications:

  • Frame: SmartForm C2 Alloy, SAVE, Boost spacing, tapered 1-1/8" to 1.5" headtube, flat mount brake, StraightShot internal cable routing, BSA-73
  • Fork: RockShox Judy Gold RL, 120mm, Fast Black Uppers, Solo Air, 15x110, tapered steerer, 42mm offset (27.5") 51mm offset (29")
  • Rims: WTB STX i23 TCS, 32h, tubeless ready
  • Hubs: (F) Shimano MT400 15x110 (R) MT200 Boost 141 QR
  • Spokes: Stainless Steel, 14g
  • Tyres: WTB Breakout Comp, 27.5/29 x 2.3", DNA Compound
  • Pedals: Cannondale Platform
  • Crank: SRAM SX Eagle, 30T
  • Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Power Spline
  • Chain: SRAM SX Eagle, 12-speed
  • Rear Cogs: SRAM PG-1210, SX Eagle, 11-50, 12-speed
  • Rear Derailleur: SRAM SX Eagle
  • Shifters: SRAM SX Eagle, 12-speed
  • Handlebar: Cannondale 3 Riser, 6061 Alloy, 15mm rise, 8° sweep, 4° rise, 760mm
  • Grips: Cannondale Locking Grips
  • Stem: Cannondale 3 with Intellimount, alloy, 31.8mm clamp
  • Headset: Semi Integrated, 1-1/8" to 1-1/2"
  • Brakes: Shimano MT400 hydro disc, 180/160mm RT30 rotors
  • Brake Levers: Shimano MT400 hydro disc
  • Saddle: Cannondale Stage 3
  • Seatpost: TranzX dropper, internal routing, 31.6, 80mm (XS), 100mm (S), 120mm (M-XL)
  • Speeds: 12
  • Sizes Available: (27.5) S (29) M, L, XL, 2XL
  • Connectivity: Wheel Sensor
  • Fork Travel: (F) 120mm
  • Front Hub: Shimano MT400 15x110
  • Front Tyre Size: 2.3
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Rear Hub: Shimano MT200, Boost 141, QR
  • Tyre Size: 2.3
*Subject to change



The discount code also works on other Cannondale products on the site. Including:

Cannondale Trail 1 2020 for £1185. 74 ( £209.25 off list price)
In stock in S, M and L

tritoncycles.co.uk/mou…129


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boostii22/04/2020 22:06

Wow, thousand quid for a push bike what does it do?


Cycling helps raise you're self esteem rather than for example trying to make other people feel bad to make yourself feel better.
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Wow, thousand quid for a push bike what does it do?
Edited by: "boostii" 22nd Apr
boostii22/04/2020 22:06

Wow, thousand quid for a push bike what does it do?


Cycling helps raise you're self esteem rather than for example trying to make other people feel bad to make yourself feel better.
robot122/04/2020 22:12

Cycling helps raise you're self esteem rather than for example trying to …Cycling helps raise you're self esteem rather than for example trying to make other people feel bad to make yourself feel better.


Yeah, but I meant compared to a similar looking £6-700 hardtail MTB from a decent manufacturer?
Edited by: "boostii" 22nd Apr
boostii22/04/2020 22:18

Yeah, but I meant compared to a similar looking £6-700 hardtail MTB from a …Yeah, but I meant compared to a similar looking £6-700 hardtail MTB from a decent manufacturer?


The follow up "innocent" response hasn't worked. I'm genuinely interested in the next move!
robot122/04/2020 22:41

The follow up "innocent" response hasn't worked. I'm genuinely interested …The follow up "innocent" response hasn't worked. I'm genuinely interested in the next move!


I was into MTB back in the 90's, left the scene, got old and fat, then few years ago I picked up a 26" Carrera Fury from Halfords, on sale with voucher codes etc for £400ish I'm not going to traul my email archive to see what I paid exactly. Back in the day, hydraulic brakes and front suspension on a lightweight aluminium frame was space aged technology so having that makes me feel like superman. I admit that is pretty basic now. Serious riders hitting the mountain trails and competing in races have full suspension and recently on a trip to the Italian Lake's I discovered how many people are now riding e-mtbs, which I had never seen before. So in a nutshell, I know that by paying a few hundred quid more than my bike cost me, I will get better components and save a tiny bit of weight. However, in the absence of full suspension, electrics etc which would take the bike to a new level, what more do you actually get for a grand on a hardtail push bike? Presume you don't know and just wanna start a flame war which I won't because you will get burnt alive.
Listed under shower fittings ! LOL
put some work into it at least ;-)
boostii22/04/2020 22:54

I was into MTB back in the 90's, left the scene, got old and fat, then few …I was into MTB back in the 90's, left the scene, got old and fat, then few years ago I picked up a 26" Carrera Fury from Halfords, on sale with voucher codes etc for £400ish I'm not going to traul my email archive to see what I paid exactly. Back in the day, hydraulic brakes and front suspension on a lightweight aluminium frame was space aged technology so having that makes me feel like superman. I admit that is pretty basic now. Serious riders hitting the mountain trails and competing in races have full suspension and recently on a trip to the Italian Lake's I discovered how many people are now riding e-mtbs, which I had never seen before. So in a nutshell, I know that by paying a few hundred quid more than my bike cost me, I will get better components and save a tiny bit of weight. However, in the absence of full suspension, electrics etc which would take the bike to a new level, what more do you actually get for a grand on a hardtail push bike? Presume you don't know and just wanna start a flame war which I won't because you will get burnt alive.


It has better quality everything on this bike compared to £600 bike .
Click on specification and read and Google.
Do the same with a cheaper bike and you will see the difference.
I have a hoodoo Bizango which I paid £650 and that feels top quality and has been voted bike of the year 2 years running sub £750 .
So I guess this will feel even better to ride than mine .
Smartform C2 is a meaningless marketing term but a quick google shows in 2018 that was using 6069 aluminium which is the premium aluminium used by fuji-ta and some past Cannondale bikes were openly made by fuji-ta as they were mentioned by name in their video so its likely these are still made by fuji-ta (world's biggest bicycle manufacturer by volume).

fuji-ta.com/hi-…ame

I think they have factories in mainland China and maybe Vietnam and Cambodia. The frame style looks pretty generic of fuji-ta's portfolio of certified frame designs. So it looks like Dorel have just imported a pre-certified bike design fully from Fuji-ta with their recipe of components. There is nothing proprietary about this bike at all (which is good) its just a generic bike from fuji-ta. When its pretty much a brand slap you really need to assess what components you are getting for your money, how well it is reviewed and how much you want to pay for the brand that is slapped on it. I personally think Cannondale overcharge a lot for these imported bikes and its only really with heavy discounting do they make sense to buy. Also bear in mind Cannondale often use a bicycle assembly plant in Taiwan so the frames can be made elsewhere more cheaply but can have a 'Made in Taiwan' sticker on them although its also possible these will come with a different country of origin on the box (China, Vietnam, Cambodia or even Bangladesh).
robot122/04/2020 22:12

Cycling helps raise you're self esteem rather than for example trying to …Cycling helps raise you're self esteem rather than for example trying to make other people feel bad to make yourself feel better.


It certainly does nothing for one's grammar.
Scottc12324/04/2020 07:16

It certainly does nothing for one's grammar.


Your (sic) correct. I hang my head in shame. Annoyingly you have used one's correctly. Bah!
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