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Cannondale Habit 6
$1,799.99
Prepare for Cannondale's Habit 6 to be ingrained into your everyday. This bike features a SmartFormed aluminum frame for low weight, and a seriously fun ride. The 120mm of travel from RockShox's Recon Silver fork mutes rough trails, while the RockShox Monarch RL shock adds 120mm of control and traction. Specs like Shimano's smooth-shifting Deore/Acera drivetrain, reliable Cannondale contact points, and quick-rolling WTB rims all conspire to give you that gleeful idiot grin and lead you down a path of trail addiction. The Habit is spec'd to rally, with all-mountain ready 760mm wide bars, a short 60mm stem, and powerful Tektro brakes on hand to give you excellent handling and control. Dialed geometry, spot-on ride quality, and a sweet component package are all ready to make railing singletrack on the Habit 6 your everyday thing.
Cannondale Rush 29 3
$1,840.00
Whether you're looking for a quick XC ride, or a fast and fun trail bike, Cannondale's Rush 29 3 is sure to please! Its light weight and efficiency allow it to handle like a cross-country racer, while its 100mm of balanced travel front and rear gives you the shock absorption to out-descend most strict XC rigs. RockShox's fork and an Xfusion rear shock tame the rough stuff to keep you flowing and in control. Plus, the big 29er wheels roll true, and the Shimano Alivio and Deore derailleurs and hydraulic discs provide superb shifting and stopping power in all conditions.
Cannondale Habit 6
$1,899.99
Form a habit that embraces extreme levels of fun and adventure. Cannondale's Habit delivers the most important kind of mountain biking performance — pure, simple, trail-ripping fun! This lightweight aluminum frame features a Fox Float shock and 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A RockShox Recon fork offers another 120mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB wheels are paired with matching WTB tires to ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. An efficient SRAM drivetrain and powerful Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide performance in tough conditions, while quality Cannondale components ensure proper position and comfort.
Cannondale Habit 6
$1,999.99
With all-mountain capability and XC efficiency, Habit is the perfect “do-it-all, and do-it-well” MTB fun machine. This lightweight aluminum frame features an X-Fusion shock and 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A RockShox Judy Silver fork offers another 120mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB wheels are paired with matching WTB tires to ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. An efficient Shimano 10-speed drivetrain and powerful Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide performance in tough conditions, while quality Cannondale cockpit components ensure proper position and comfort.
Cannondale Habit 5
$2,299.99
Cannondale's Habit is composed and capable enough to run with bigger-travel bikes, yet light and lively enough to put the hurt on the shaved-leg set, the Habit is mainly concerned with delivering the most important kind of MTB performance - pure, simple, trail-ripping fun! This lightweight aluminum frame features a RockShox Monarch shock and 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A matching RockShox Recon fork offers another 120mm so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB wheels are paired with Schwalbe Nobby Nics and ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. The Shimano SLX drivetrain shifts on command, and the Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer stellar stopping power. Cannondale hooks it up with their handlebar, stem, and seatpost, as well as a supportive saddle.
Cannondale Bad Habit 2
$2,599.95
Climb aboard Cannondale's 27+ purposed Bad Habit 2 and sink into a vicious cycle of railing corners, scaling impossible climbs, and having more fun than what's probably legal. Getting it started is a SmartFormed aluminum frame with nimble handling that puts the fun squarely into your hands. Up front, a RockShox fork supplies 120mm of bump-smoothing suspension, and a RockShox Monarch RL provides 120mm more out back. Wide 27+ Cannondale Beast rims spread out the 3-inch WTB Bridger tires for monster traction, mega cornering bite, and flotation over rocks, roots, and ruts. A quick-shifting 10-speed Shimano Deore/SLX drivetrain handles your ups-and-downs with grace, and tried-and-true Deore disc brakes have the rotor real estate to bring things to a halt. Throw in lightweight stem, handlebars, and saddle from Cannondale and you've got a certifiable good time on wheels.
Cannondale Habit 4
$2,799.99
With all-mountain capability and XC efficiency, Habit is the perfect “do-it-all, and do-it-well” MTB fun machine. This lightweight aluminum frame features a RockShox Monarch shock and 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A matching RockShox Revelation fork offers another 130mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB wheels are paired with Schwalbe Nobby Nics and ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. With a Shimano SLX drivetrain and powerful Deore hydraulic disc brakes, you'll get unquestionable performance on the trail. The TransX dropper post lets you crush the descents, and Cannondale supplies their lightweight aluminum handlebar, stem, and Stage 3 saddle for comfortable contact points.
Cannondale Scalpel 29 4
$2,999.99
You'll reign over the trail with your Scalpel 29 4. Go ahead, clean that climb and charge into that technical section, the SmartFormed aluminum frame is suspended by Cannondale's legendary Lefty fork up front and a RockShox Monarch shock, both yielding 100mm of travel. Get your gear shifts down to a science with help from the 10-speed Deore/XT/SLX drivetrain, and roll surgeon-hand-steady on tubeless-ready rims from Stan's. Flatline speed fast with Deore hydraulic discs' superb modulation and control. The handlebars and stem come straight from Cannondale and provide precisely what you need to slice and dice up all of your favorite singletrack.
Cannondale Jekyll 4
$3,199.99
When you’re on the Jekyll 4 from Cannondale, nothing dares get in your way. That’s because Jekyll’s tough aluminum frame shrugs off enduro brutality and arrives at the bottom begging to do it again and again. And you will, too, with 165mm of Fox DPS EVOL-guided travel in back and 170mm more up front, courtesy of Fox’s stiff, enduro-loving Float 36 fork. Together, they make easy work of gnarly descents where the only break you get is the climb back up. Since we’re talking about climbing, the Jekyll is no slouch in the uphill department, either, with a switch-on-the-fly rear suspension that offers Hustle Mode for tenacious efficiency. Put the power to the Shimano SLX drivetrain via Cannondale’s Si crankset, and you’ll gain elevation as fast as you drop the competition. And, for all-mountain dominance, you won’t find better rubber than the Jekyll’s Maxxis Minions, wrapped around 29mm WTB STP rims, well-known as workhorse hoops that’ll bail you out of your risky moves straight as an arrow. Shimano also provides powerful hydraulic brakes that keep you on course, even when that course can only be described as “sketchy.” So, jump on, slam the TransX dropper post, and flow this trail beast straight to victory.
Cannondale Bad Habit 1
$3,200.00
Habits are easily made, but not so easily broken. Luckily for you, Cannondale's Bad Habit 1 is one you'll want to keep. A 27+ purposed machine, the Bad Habit 1 is a confidence-inspiring trail bike for riders of all levels. It gets going with a SmartFormed aluminum frame that blasts singletrack with confidence. Up front, Cannondale's famous Lefty 2.0 fork supplies 120mm of bump-smoothing suspension, while a RockShox Monarch RL throws down 120mm more out back. Wide 27.5+ rims from WTB float over obstacles and annihilate the corners, thanks to monster-traction, 3-inch-wide WTB Bridger tires. A quick-shifting 11-speed SRAM GX drivetrain handles the ups-and-downs with grace, and tried-and-true Deore disc brakes have the rotor real estate to bring things to a halt. Throw in a mix of Cannondale's own lightweight contact points, and you've got a certifiable good time on wheels. Be careful, though: Bad Habits can be hard to break.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si 5
$3,200.00
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the world's best XC race machine. Welcome to XXC. Cannondale built their brand on aluminum frames and the Scalpel-Si showcases what they've learned along the way with low weight, out of the saddle stiffness, and snappy, responsive handling. 100mm of trail-smoothing travel is managed by a RockShox Monarch shock and Cannondale's Lefty 2.0 fork, a combo that chews up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires, it doesn't matter if you're riding chunky gnar or buttery singletrack, they'll carve the turns and grip like nothing else. Cannondale Si cranks and a 2 x 11-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain offers a wide gear range, high-speed shifting, and rock-solid performance. Shimano Deore brakes are there when you need them, with power and modulation to spare. Cannondale components and a Prologo saddle round out the build and keep those contact points happy. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
Cannondale Scalpel 29 4
$3,250.00
Carve out your place on the podium with Cannondale's Scalpel 29 4! Cannondale super stiff and efficient SmartFormed aluminum frame, oversize BB30 bottom bracket, and a rear through-axle give it the right to lead the pack. A RockShox Monarch rear shock with 100mm of travel lets you muscle through techy obstacles on the trail without sacrificing speed and power. The 1.5-inch head tube is paired with Cannondale's Lefty PBR fork for razor-sharp handling and pinpoint line selection. Tubeless-ready Stan's rims are matched with Schwalbe's Racing Ralph tires for sure-footed traction on the most demanding courses. And, a 20-speed Shimano drivetrain shifts quickly and easily, while Shimano's Deore hydraulic disc brakes place loads of stopping power right under your fingertips. Cannondale's excellent components are the icing on the cake, with low weight and superior ergonomics for total XC domination.
Cannondale Scalpel 29er 4
$3,250.00
Whether you're on the race course or zipping around local trails, you'll be blown away by the amazing speed, handling and control of Cannondale's Scalpel 29er 4. Its stiff aluminum frame features a Monarch shock to deliver 100mm of super-efficient rear travel. A BB30 bottom bracket and 1.5-inch head tube stiffen up the frame as a whole so when you stomp on the pedals, this thing goes! Up front, a 100mm Lefty fork offers up pinpoint handling to slice-n-dice through rough stuff. And it all rolls on Stan's wheels and Schwalbe tires for sure cornering and solid traction. Plus, with Shimano discs and a great-shifting Shimano 2x10 drivetrain, this go-fast ripper is just waiting to zoom past your buddies.
Cannondale Trigger 29er 4
$3,470.00
To descend more, you have to climb more, it's a fact. The Cannondale Trigger 29er 4 takes adjustable travel to the next level. As you change the travel, the geometry changes as well, steeper for climbing, slacker for the descents, all controlled by a bar-mounted remote. Leading the charge is a 130mm RockShox Revelation to pilot you down the trail. And the go is provided by a 3x10 Shimano with an SLX rear derailleur. You're equipped with SLX discs, tubeless-ready WTB rims and tires for super stability, and Cannondale's own bar, stem and seatpost for rock-solid control over any and all terrain.
Cannondale Habit Carbon 3
$3,499.99
Start a habit you won't want to break. The Habit Carbon 3 from Cannondale features Ballistec carbon frame and aluminum link for gram-shredding lightness, and an unparalleled ride quality. The 120mm of travel from the Lefty 2.0 helps you stick the corners, while the RockShox Monarch RL setup out back gobbles bumps with another 120mm of travel. Specs like Shimano's smooth-shifting 2x10 Deore drivetrain, lightweight Cannondale contact points, and quick-rolling Stan's rims all conspire to give you that gleeful, this-is-awesome grin. To boot, the Habit is spec'd to serve, with sticking points like wide, 760mm bars, a shorty 60mm stem, and 180 mm Deore brake rotors to give you excellent handling and control.
Cannondale Trigger 3
$3,499.99
Cannondale's Trigger 3 is an XC-fast, all-mountain-capable trail ride that hammers the climbs and descends like a demon. Cannondale built their reputation on aluminum frames, and their revolutionary SmartFormed tech delivers low weight, quick pedal response, and high-end ride quality. Up front, a 140mm Fox 34 Float fork leads the way, and out back a Fox DYAD shock boasts 140mm of rider-tunable, big-hit-swallowing suspension that can be adjusted by a bar-mounted lever to 85mm when it's time to ascend. Up or down, a Deore/XT drivetrain from Shimano has all the right gears, and features Shimano's smooth, reliable shifting. WTB Frequency rims and Formula hubs build into a light, smooth, and sturdy wheelset, and when they're paired with grippy Schwalbe Nobby Nic tires, the Trigger is ready for whatever terrain lays ahead. And you will be too, with the Trans-X dropper seatpost that lets you get you raise and lower your saddle in an instant for charging hard. You have to put a stop to the fun sometime, and Shimano's SLX disc brakes make it easy to scrub speed. A selection of Cannondale's own light components and a supportive WTB saddle are just as all-mountain as the rest of the bike.
Cannondale Scalpel 29er 3
$3,550.00
Dialed XC suspension combines with big wheels and 100mm of smooth, efficient travel to create an amazingly fast bike. Cannondale's aluminum Scalpel 29er 3 boasts a race-ready ride with minimal weight, while the awesome Lefty fork and Fox's rear shock offer smooth, controlled travel for a confident ride. The geometry is fast and maneuverable while being capbale and confident in technical sections. And, you roll fast with Sun rims wrapped with grippy Schwalbe tires that are light enough to race on and tough enough to go all day on the trails. Plus, with Avid's Elixir brakes and a great-shifting SRAM 20-speed drivetrain with BB30 cranks, this is one machine that covers a ton of trail in short order.
Cannondale Scalpel 29er 3
$3,680.00
For a completely dialed XC ripper, Cannondale combines big wheels and 100mm of smooth, efficient travel to create an amazingly fast bike. The aluminum Scalpel 29er 3 boasts a race-ready ride with minimal weight, while the awesome Lefty fork and Fox's rear shock offer smooth, controlled travel for a confident ride. The geometry is fast and maneuverable while being capable and confident in technical sections. And, you roll fast with Stan's rims wrapped with grippy Schwalbe tires that are light enough to race on and tough enough to go all day on the trails. Plus, with Magura discs and a great-shifting 2x10 drivetrain with BB30 cranks, this is one machine that covers a ton of trail in short order.
Cannondale Habit 3
$3,899.99
With all-mountain capability and XC efficiency, Habit is the perfect “do-it-all, and do-it-well” MTB fun machine. This lightweight carbon frame features an aluminum swingarm for extra durability and a Fox Float DPS Performance EVOL SV shock with 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A RockShox Pike fork offers another 130mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB wheels are paired with Schwalbe tires and ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. Shimano's 1x11-speed drivetrain and smooth, powerful Deore hydraulic disc brakes provide precise performance and control even in the most technical terrain, and a TransX dropper lets you stay in control, no matter what grade you're riding.
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 3
$3,999.99
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending mojo served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. Its stiff carbon frame and aluminum swingarm ensures dialed control on fast descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox covers your suspension needs with a Float DPS EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as fast as you can find them. Toothy Maxxis Minion tires bite hard into loose trails, and WTB Frequency Race wheels hold their line through the chunder. Shimano brakes, shifters, and derailleur keep your piloting precise and intuitive, ensuring the power transferred via Cannondale’s stiff Ai crank gets to work as soon as you stomp on it. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge of a TransX dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for a superclean aesthetic. The mountain is yours.
Cannondale Habit Carbon SE
$4,299.99
Cannondale's Habit Carbon SE is composed and capable enough to run with bigger-travel bikes, yet light and lively enough to put the hurt on the shaved-leg set. This lightweight carbon frame features an aluminum swingarm for extra durability and a RockShox Monarch shock with 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A matching RockShox Pike fork offers another 130mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB Frequency wheels are paired with Schwalbe tires and ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. With SRAM X1 shifting, Guide R hydraulic disc brakes, and a Fox dropper post, you'll find new levels of performance on the Habit. Wide bars, a short stem, and a Fabric saddle ensure dialed handling and comfortable contact points.
Cannondale Scalpel 29 Carbon 3
$4,330.00
Cannondale's Scalpel is as sharp and precise as its namesake, ready to take your XC rides to the next level! Cannondale pored over every detail to make it one of the lightest full-suspension 29ers in existence with a super stiff and efficient Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame, oversize BB30 bottom bracket, and a rear through-axle. A RockShox Monarch rear shock with 100mm of travel lets you muscle through techy obstacles on the trail without sacrificing speed and power. The 1.5-inch headtube is paired with Cannondale's Lefty PBR fork for razor-sharp handling and pinpoint line selection. Tubeless-ready Stan's rims are matched with Schwalbe's Racing Ralph tires for sure-footed traction on the most demanding courses. And, a 20-speed SRAM drivetrain has the gears you need whether the trail is cruising up or flying back down. Scrubbing speed is always easy with Magura's hydraulic disc brakes at your command. Cannondale's excellent components are the icing on the cake, with low weight and superior ergonomics for total XC domination.
Cannondale Habit Carbon 2
$4,999.99
Caution: this bike may be habit-forming. The Habit Carbon 2's full Ballistec carbon frame and aluminum link boast gram-shredding lightness, and unparalleled ride quality. The 120mm of travel from the Lefty 2.0 will help you stick the corners, while the RockShox Monarch DebonAir XX setup gobbles bumps. Specs like Shimano's super light, smooth-shifting XTR/XT drivetrain, RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post, and quick-rolling Stan's rims all conspire to give you that gleeful idiot grin and lead you down a trail-addicted path from whence there is no return. To boot, the Habit is spec'd to serve, with sticking points like wide, 760mm bars, a shorty 60mm stem, and 180 mm XT brake rotors to give you the top-of-the-line in handling and control. Dialed geometry, insane ride quality, and a sweet component package all make the Habit a veritable sweet spot at the intersection of travel, geometry, and spec. So, get out and jump on your new Habit.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Carbon 3
$5,330.00
Kill on the ups and thrill on the downs with the world's best XC race machine. Welcome to XXC. The Ballistec carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel-Si come into their own when you need to step on the gas. Rocks and roots are no big deal with 100mm of RockShox Monarch travel in the rear. Up front, the 1.5-inch head tube and Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 carbon fork chew up rocks and roots, transforming techy trail sections into a magic carpet ride. With Stan's NoTubes ZTR Crest MK3 rims and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires you'll blast through buffed singletrack and chunky gnar with ease. Cannondale HollowGram Si cranks and an 11-speed Shimano XTR/XT drivetrain go together like peanut butter and chocolate, with a wide 11-42 gear range and the on-trail performance you expect from Shimano's high-end mountain components. Shimano XT brakes keep the party under control with trademark power and unbelievably controlled modulation. A carbon handlebar, carbon seatpost, and stem from Cannondale and a Prologo saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points. With a Scalpel-Si under your control you'll cut through the competition. Small: 27.5-inch wheels Medium – X-Large: 29-inch wheels
Cannondale Bad Habit Carbon 1
$5,499.99
Bad Habits are the most fun. Take to your favorite trail on the Bad Habit Carbon 1 and get ready to wreak havoc. The Bad Habit takes the characteristics of the Habit and supercharges them with 27.5+ wheels to create the ultimate technical trail machine. Huge grip, awesome roll-over-anything float from the 3-inch tires, and a wicked component package make this Bad Habit one that will be tough to shake. You'll love the stiffer 148 x 12 mm rear hub, the super strong Lefty fork, and the innovative OutFront Steering geometry.
Cannondale Scalpel-Si Women's 1
$5,999.00
The lightest, best climbing, best descending, all-around fastest dual-suspension XC race bike ever made — for women with a need for speed. The carbon frame and oversize bottom bracket on the Scalpel-Si come into their own when you need to step on the gas. Fly through rooty trail sections with 100mm of RockShox Monarch XX travel in the rear, while Cannondale's 100mm-travel Lefty 2.0 carbon fork chews through chop to keep you on your line. With HollowGram 23 Superlight carbon wheels and tubeless-ready Schwalbe tires, you'll rip descents and climb like a goat. To throw you up those hills, SRAM’s 12-speed X01 Eagle drivetrain flaunts a huge 10-50 cassette and the precise shifting you expect from SRAM. Shimano XT brakes keep things in check with power to spare and single-finger modulation. Cannondale’s own carbon handlebar, stem, and carbon seatpost with a Fi'zi:k Arione Donna saddle ensure lightweight, comfortable contact points whether it’s an after work power hour or an all day race.
Cannondale Trigger Carbon 2
$5,999.99
Built for big days in the big mountains, the Trigger is pure, full-throttle descending mojo served up with a side of serious all-day pedalability. Its stiff carbon frame and aluminum swingarm ensure dialed control on fast descents, with suspension that you can flick into efficient Hustle Mode to devour climbs. Fox covers your suspension needs with a Float X EVOL shock cycling out 145mm of rear travel and a Float 34 150mm-travel fork soaking up the big hits as fast as you can find them. Toothy Maxxis Minion tires bite hard into loose trails, while WTB Frequency Race wheels hold their line through the chunder. SRAM gets you up the mountain fast with their extended-range, 12-speed Eagle X01 Eagle drivetrain and Descendant carbon crankset, and their Guide RS brakes bring everything to a controlled halt with incredible power and highly sought-after modulation. And, no trail bike is complete without the all-mountain performance edge offered by a RaceFace Turbine dropper post, routed internally with your other cables and hoses for an aesthetic as pure as the adrenaline coursing through in your veins.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 2
$6,170.00
Make no compromises, Cannondale’s Jekyll Carbon 2 soars up the climbs and charges the descents. It’s all thanks to the extremely strong, light Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame that boasts Fox's revolutionary DYAD rear shock that allows you to choose between 160mm or 95mm of travel to best suit the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Adjusting the travel also changes the geometry, and it's all done by a bar-mounted lever. The front suspension is just as revolutionary, a 1.5-inch head tube keeps the 160mm Cannondale Left SuperMax Carbon fork on your chosen line. Since this enduro sled lets you climb as well as you descend, the fast-shifting, 20-speed SRAM/Shimano drivetrain with stiff SRAM cranks and BB30 bottom bracket has the power to crush every hill, up and down. Other trail-dominating components include Shimano's unbeatable XT brakes, a descent-enhancing KS Lev dropper post, and tubeless-ready Mavic Crossroc wheels that help you to push the Jekyll to the max.
Cannondale Trigger 29er Carbon 2
$6,170.00
Up, down, all around, Cannondale's Trigger 29er Carbon 2 backs down from no trail with on-the-fly, adjustable travel and geometry. Set it to 80mm and attack the climbs, then open it up to 130mm and stomp the downhills. The geometry hits the sweet spot of being aggressive without being too racy while still being capable on legit trails. Climbing is quick thanks to the BallisTec carbon frame paired with Cannondale's 130mm Lefty SuperMax and Fox's custom DYAD rear shock. A full XT group, Mavic wheels and a KS LEV dropper post offer the balance of low weight, serious durability and keeping your flow. Even if you have a stable of bikes, chances are you'll pull the Trigger every time.
Cannondale Jekyll Carbon Team
$7,580.00
Cannondale’s Jekyll HI-MOD Carbon Team has the best kind of split personality disorder. It's a hard-charging, long-travel trail monster on the descents, and a fast, pedal-happy XC bike when it's time to hammer back to the top. Its strong, light Ballistec HI-MOD carbon frame boasts large-diameter tubing, and a revolutionary Fox DYAD shock that allows you to choose between 160mm or 95mm of travel to best suit the demands of the trail and your style of riding. Leading the charge, a stiff, 1.5-inch head tube with a 160mm Cannondale Lefty SuperMax Carbon fork keeps you on your line. Since you'll need to climb as well as you descend, you have a crisp 11-speed XX1 drivetrain with Cannondale’s super stiff, efficiency-enhancing Hollowgram Si crankset and a beefy BB30 bottom bracket. Other trail-dominating components include Magura discs, a Reverb Stealth dropper post, and burly, tubeless-ready WTB rims wrapped in fat Hans Dampf tires that absolutely rip, no matter which personality you choose.
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