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New! Cannondale Scalpel Carbon 29er!


Brand Spankin New Cannondale 29!!

-1850 grams frame ( no shock)
-first ever 100mm 29 carbon lefty
-zero pivot technology seatstays
-ECS-TC 15mm thru axle main pivot bolt
-shortened chain stays for nimble handling
-100 mm rear travel




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  • gofannon says:

    All I see is dollar signs.

  • Jason says:

    x-loc on a lefty. Nice wheels.

  • rambotank says:

    super expensive bike…

  • Phil says:

    I want one but I’m sure it will be impossible to get and overpriced

  • Rick says:

    Looks Super SICK!!! Can’t wait to get one into our shop ! I would expect a low price Aluminum roll out as well …. Great lookin bike Cannondale keep it up ! First the Jekyll and CAAD10 now this and perhaps a new Hi End Roadie ;o)

  • grillface says:

    What kind of vehicle is that sweeet cdale leaning on. That is a badass swooosh

  • Bill Cooper says:

    Cannondale has done yet again what all said would never happen a 29er scalple! If they can keep the price some what reasonable they will sell these buy the truck load.But my guest it will be about $9,500 or more.But past the the price even in proto form it is one badass hotrod!My 2011 scalple my hafta go!

  • Evan says:

    Nice. Now will Cannondale ever build a SMALL 29er? HT or FS…

  • Doug says:

    no because 29ers are too big for smaller people, specifically people who would ride a “small” size bike. you would be riding between the wheels and the geometry would be wack.

  • Alex says:

    People, anyone knows the price from the “lower” version of this 29″ ??

    As i read there will be two versions.

  • Mitch Hersh says:

    My Local dealer said the less expensive Carbon framed version with Shimano XT level stuff will come in around $4800, with top of the line SRAM equipment and Cannondale’s Cranks, $6800, which in the scheme of high end bikes, doesn’t seem too outrageous.

  • Splatt says:

    Duude, where’s my fork?

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