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MTB Review: Cannondale Scalpel Si vs. Bad Habit vs. Trigger 2 vs. Jekyll 2

By Bruce Lin

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Cannondale has been in the mountain bike game for a long time, and they've always pushed the sport forward with innovative technology and design. Their current mountain bike range spans the full spectrum of modern trail riding from cross-country to enduro. Whatever your goals or passion, there's a perfect bike for you. 

2018 Cannondale Scalpel Si

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The Scalpel is an XC race weapon that's taken plenty of victories. Light, efficient, and responsive, it uses Cannondale's legendary Lefty fork to create a bike that's fast both uphill and down. 

Cannondale Scapel

2018 Cannondale Bad Habit

The Bad Habit is a 27.5+ trail bike meant for having a ripping good time. It uses Cannondale's Lefty fork and plus tires to give you plenty of cushion and traction for constant fun.  

Cannondale Bad Habit Mountain Bike

2018 Cannondale Trigger 2

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The Trigger is an all mountain, all day, all trail conquering machine. It's built for big days of pedaling, but with modern geometry and plenty of travel, it's still a serious descender.  

Cannondale Trigger

2018 Cannondale Jekyll 2

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The aim of the Jekyll is to be the best enduro bike possible. It's built like a mini DH bike, capable of handling the toughest, gnarliest downhill trails you can find, yet able to be pedaled back to the top.  

Cannondale Jekyll

 

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Bruce is a writer who loves getting his bikes dirty, trying new tech, and riding tough trails that make him suffer for hours at a time. 


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