Cannondale Bad Boy 3 Hybrid 2020
Cannondale Bad Boy 3 Hybrid 2020
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2020 Cannondale Bad Boy 3 Hybrid
Elegantly aggressive style, forward-thinking features and trafficslaying performance make Bad Boy the ultimate urban ride.
Forward-thinking design meets serious city performance. Urban mobility has never looked so good. Beautifully designed to deliver striking looks and street-fighter performance.The one piece 3D-forged headtube and downtube gives the new Bad Boy a sleek look.
With its stiff Lefty fork, fat tyres, and agile point-and-shoot handling, Bad Boy is built to take the city by storm. Big volume tyres on 650b wheels are fast rolling and nimble handling, with crazy cornering grip and pothole-erasing comfort. Bad Boy SmartForm C1 Alloy Frame for stiff but light construction allows you to convert more of your power into speed Shimano Altus 16 Speed Drivetrain delivers personalized gear choices that take you as far and wide as you want to go Shimano MT200 Hydraulic Brakes give powerful, controllable and consistent stopping power with less effort WTB Byway, 650b x 40c Tyres to find comfort on remote gravel roads without feeling slow on the pavement.
Frame: SmartForm C2 Alloy, integrated Urban Armor bumper, BSA threaded BB, 1-1/8" headtube.
Fork: Lefty Rigid, 1-1/8" steerer.
Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney, 31.8 clamp.
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus.
Number of Gears: 16.
Shifters: Shimano Easy Fire EF505, 2x8.
Chain set: Shimano, 46/30T.
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge.
Cassette: Shimano HG41, 11-31, 8-speed.
Chain: KMC X8, 8-speed.
Brakeset: Shimano MT200 hydro disc, 160/160mm RT26 rotors.
Handlebars: 6061 double-butted, 25mm rise, 680mm.
Stem: Bad Boy, 6061 alloy, 31.8, 60mm.
Headset: Tange Semi-Integrated.
Grips: Cannondale Comfort.
Rims: Cannondale, double wall, 32h.
Front Hub: Lefty 50 front.
Rear Hub: Formula DC-1422 QR.
Tyres: WTB Byway, 650b x 40c.
Saddle: Cannondale Urban.
Seatpost: Alloy, 31.6 x 350mm.
Weight: No Weight Information Available.
|Bad Boy 3 Hybrid Specification|
|Bikes Type||City Bikes|
|Type||8 speed, Disc, Double Chainring, Hardtail|
As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Cyclestore. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
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City Bikes are a decent investment for urban riders - suitable for roads, parks and canal paths, as well as light excursions off-road, they're a good all rounder. Alternatively if you're more serious about speed, I've got quite a few Road Bikes listed, and for the dirt junkies amongst us, a decent selection of Mountain bikes too.
Cannondale City Bikes
Cannondale was founded in 1970 by Joe Montgomery and Murdock MacGregor, in an industry totally unrelated to cycling - manufacturing precast concrete housing. Ron Davis joined the company, and after Montgomery went on a camping trip with his son, the idea for a bike trailer was born. Unfortunately named the "Bugger", the trailer didn't take off as expected at the resulting Bicycle Shoe in New York, but remarkable demand for bike bags led them to focus on this area instead. Within 6 months Cannondale had the monopoly on bike bags in America, with 2500 dealers stocking their products within 20 months. Todd Patterson joined the company shortly afterwards, and his expertise in working with aluminium led them to venture into the bicycle market. Manufacturer of CAAD (Cannondale Advanced Aluminium Design) road bike and touring frames began in 1983, with Mountain bike frames being born a few years later. Early Cannondale bikes are distinctive because of the oversized tubes designed to increase stiffness. Their first frame partially constructed from Carbon was in 2004 with the Six13, with the full carbon Synapse being released a year later. Notable riders to have competed and won on Cannondale bikes include Cipollini, Gotti, Simoni, Cunego, Di Luca, Basso, Juarez, Chausson, Giove, Sydor, Sauser, Lopes, Martyn Ashton and Cadel Evans.
To read more about Cannondale, you can check out their Wikipedia page, or view their old bike ranges on the official website. Alternatively if you can see their current bike ranges available to the UK market.