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Cannondale Jekyll

Cannondale’s mountain bike offering has been given a massive boost with the launch of the all new Jekyll. This is a 170/165 enduro machine with dream spec and we have been lucky enough to have one of the first test rides in the UK.

We took the Jekyll around the classic Lakeland trails of Iron Keld, Hodge Close and Little Langdale.

It’s Hustle and Flow shock and geometry performed flawlessly – Hustle mode enables you to get right over the pedals and get the power down on the technical climbs and there was nothing in the ride it couldn’t handle. And the Flow mode allowed you to attack the descents and get the best out of the bikes 170 and 165 travel.

Hustle and Flow has been co-developed with Fox and Cannondale. Flip the bar mounted lever to Hustle to shorten the travel and ramp up the spring rate for a snappier, more responsive feel for pumping through turns, sprints and traction-challenged climbs. Flip back to Flow for full Fox travel when things get rough.

Component Overview:

  • Frame – All-New Jekyll, 165mm travel, BallisTec Carbon Frame and Swingarm, carbon shock link, Ai offset drivetrain, ISCG05, PF30, flat mount brake, tapered headtube
  • Fork – Fox Factory Float 36
  • Rear Shock – Fox Factory Float X EVOL
  • Rims – Cannondale HollowGram 30 Carbon
  • Hubs – HollowGram 30
  • Tyres – Maxxis Minion
  • Crank – TRUVATIV Descendant Carbon Eagle, 30t
  • Bottom Bracket – Cannondale Alloy PressFit30
  • Chain – SRAM X01 Eagle 12-speed w/ PowerLink
  • Cassette – SRAM XG1295 Eagle 10-50t, 12-Speed
  • Rear Derailleur – SRAM XX1 Eagle 12-Speed
  • Shifters – SRAM X01 Eagle 12-Speed, trigger
  • Handlebar – Cannondale C1 Carbon Riser
  • Grips – Cannondale Locking Grips
  • Stem – Cannondale C1, 3D Forged 6061 Alloy
  • Brakes – SRAM Guide RSC hydro disc
  • Saddle – Fabric Scoop Shallow Race with Titanium rails
  • Seatpost – RaceFace Turbine dropper