Go ahead, check out that trail you've always ridden by, Cannondale's Quick CX 4 is up to the adventure. It sports a lightweight aluminum frame and quick 700c wheels to make pedaling fast, fun, and easy on every adventure. The Cannondale Fatty rigid fork tracks cleanly on pavement and rough roads, while a hill-conquering 24-speed drivetrain lets you breeze up the hills in style. Light, smooth aluminum wheels are equipped with multi-surface Kenda tires so you can break free of the pavement. You'll need to stop the fun sometime, and you'll be glad the Quick CX 4 comes equipped with powerful, all-weather disc brakes. A Cannondale-branded stem, bar, seatpost, and saddle complete this versatile machine with comfort to spare.
|Frame||Cannondale Quick CX 6061 aluminum w/ SAVE stays|
|Fork||Fatty Rigid, disc|
|Hubs||Cannondale C4 Disc|
|Spokes||15g stainless steel|
|Tires||Kenda Happy Medium, 700 x 35c|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Altus|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Altus|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 8-speed: 11-32|
|Shifters||Shimano Rapidfire Plus|
|Tape/Grips||Cannondale Ergo Performance lock-on|
|Brake Levers||Cannondale C4|
|Brakes||Cannondale mechanical disc, 160mm rotors|
|Pedals||Quick CX platform|
|Saddle||Cannondale Quick CX Ergo|
* Subject to change without notice.
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This bike is one of my first cannondale bike and so far I love it I'm every where with cannondale quick cx4
I picked this bike up as soon as I could after seeing it in my LBS. It is dead sexy. Black with subtle Metalic Gray Logo and anodized Red accents (just enough color) This is my first Hybrid bike and the geometry is great. Very comfortable. Disc Brakes are perfect (aside from a bit squeeky, they stop how they should!) shifting is responsive. I set it up with a Bontrager seatpost rack and bag for all of my stuff: Lock, Inflation kit, Lunch, Clothes for work.. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a dynamite bike to ride on a daily basis.
This bike was a "gift" but i picked it out. I spent a very long time researching the Specialized Crosstrail series and the Trek PDX and the FX line. I wanted something that would be fast on road, but rugged enough to take my wieght, 290lb. No one in my city had either of those bikes. On an off chance i went to my local outdoors shop( a truly local shop, not a [...]) and a close friend of mine was working and we spent the better part of an hour trying out various cannondales and a couple other brands, most of which were way out of my price range. THis bike beats the hell out of the Trek PDX and though it isn't as beefy as the specialized, it is lighter and faster. The bike puts you in an upright position which is a bit wierd since i've only ridden mountain bikes for the last decade, but it is nice. The saddle is really comfortable, but because i'm out of shape, i put a softer seat on it that sould support my wieght better. Anyone smaller than me wouldn't have any problems with the seat at all. Weather permitting, i try and use my bike for commuting, exercise, and recreation. It has 700c x 37 tires, so there aren't too small, but they aren't too big either. The frame is pretty light, not as light as it could be, but then again it was only 585.00 for it after tax( thank you black friday). The first night i had it i tried to bunny hop it onto a curb and the back tre caught the curb and blew out a tube. i put a slightly smaller tube with less air in it and haven't had a problems since. the disc breaks work very well, but they do squeek. All and all i would recommend this bike for entry level/ moderate bicycling for commuting. It will also do well or very well maintained paths.