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Cannondale Bad Boy 2

Cannondale Bad Boy 2

2016

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$1,199.99
$1,620.00
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2016 Cannondale Bad Boy 2

Your commute just got fun thanks to Cannondale's Bad Boy 2! With a lightweight aluminum frame and a pothole-smoothing HeadShock fork, this is one bike that's sure to improve your commute. The durable, quick-rolling wheelset features fast, flat-resistant Schwalbe tires, and the wide-range, 30-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain helps you speed past traffic and power to the top of every hill. Magura hydraulic disc brakes give you outstanding confidence and control no matter the weather, and Cannondale's stem/handlebar combo features an integrated light for enhanced visibility when it gets late.

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    Specification Description
    Frame Bad Boy, Optimized 6061 Alloy, 1.5 Si head tube, eccentric BB
    Fork Fatty DL50, 50mm, Isolated Damper Technology with lockout, OPI
    Headset Cannondale HeadShok Si
    Rims/Wheels Cannondale C3 Bad Boy, double wall, 32-hole
    Hubs Cannondale Urban
    Spokes Black stainless-steel, 15g
    Tires Schwalbe Kojak Race Guard, 700 x 28c
    Crankset Shimano Deore
    Chainrings 48/36/26
    Bottom Bracket Shimano BB-ES25, Octalink
    Chain KMC X10, 10-speed
    Front Derailleur Shimano Deore
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore, Shadow
    Rear Cogs Shimano, 10-speed: 12-30
    Shifters Shimano Deore
    Handlebars Cannondale SI Urban, OPI stem/bar combo with light
    Tape/Grips Cannondale locking grips
    Stem Cannondale SI Urban, OPI stem/bar combo with light
    Brake Levers Magura MT2
    Brakes Magura MT2 hydraulic disc, 160mm rotors
    Pedals Cannondale Urban 6Point3 composite
    Saddle Cannondale Bad Boy Urban
    Seatpost Cannondale C2, aluminum
    Color(s) Matte Jet Black w/ Gloss Black
    Sizes S, M, L, XL

    * Subject to change without notice.

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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Vendor Number
    Matte Jet Black/Gloss Black / Small 00884603579800 CM2007SM02 CSG-CM2007SM02
    Matte Jet Black/Gloss Black / Medium 00884603579817 CM2007MD02 CSG-CM2007MD02
    Matte Jet Black/Gloss Black / Large 00884603579824 CM2007LG02 CSG-CM2007LG02
    Matte Jet Black/Gloss Black / X-Large 00884603579831 CM2007XL02 CSG-CM2007XL02
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    Pros

    • Looks 
    • Ride 

    Cons

    • Headshock 
    • Heavy 

    Best Uses

    • Commuting 
    • Fun rides 
    • Urban 

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    3.0

    Nice bike...but...

    By Holden

    from Denver

    About Me Intermediate

    Pros

    • Looks
    • Ride

    Cons

    • Headshock
    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Fun Rides
    • Commuting
    • Urban

    Comments:

    My bike is a 2015...same bike. I really want to love this bike as it's the most expensive bike I've ever bought. The components are OK, though the brakes are entry level discs and the overall quality--fit and finish--is also good. I doubt the flat paint will hold up as well as a glossy finish and there is already a spot where a cable is rubbing it down. The bike handles pretty well but it's also on the heavy side. Still, I reckoned, it would be tough enough to handle Denver's roads and not stand out to thieves. The 'but' is a pretty big one. I'm already on my second HeadShock cartridge and it, too, is leaking. It starts with telltale dirt accumulation around the bottom of the rubber gator, then the oil starts dripping out of the bottom of the shock, after which safe riding is impossible. Cannondale replaced the first one (requiring FACTORY service and three weeks' downtime) without a whimper but they're balking at doing it again. It's $120 to get it done and it has to be done by Cannondale. Before the shock fails, it works really well. I take my bike out two to three times a month, mostly on concrete bike paths, so abuse isn't a factor. Cannondale makes good bikes--my last one was going strong after twelve years...it was stolen or I'd still be riding it. I'd heartily recommend any of its other frames...but I'd go for one with RockShox forks. I'm afraid I'll be buying a LOT of expensive cartridges for this bike until I get tired of it and trade it in for something more durable...

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