About the Cannondale F-Si Carbon 4 When the original F-Si hit back in 2015, it changed the game. Pushed the limits. Changed peoples' idea of what an XC hardtail could do. It's even lighter – the lightest MTB frame we've ever made. Shorter Ai™ chainstays for more traction and kick on the climbs. Slacker head angle for even more Out Front™ control when things get dicey on descents. Improved stack and reach numbers for amore optimized rider position. Precise compliance tuning throughout the frame for more comfort, seated or standing, all while still having power transfer you need for full-gas efforts. And of course, leading things off, the stunning new Lefty Ocho. It's a whole new level of XC capability, tailor made to feed the needs of the XC obsessed The all-new Lefty Ocho rewrites the book on XC performance. The smoothest, stiffest ultra-light XC fork ever made, it floats through chop and steers through the choss like nothing else. Silky smooth and unfazed no matter how hard you push it. Short chainstays do wonders for traction and nimble handling, but they usually come at a cost. Ya gotta give something to get something. Not so with Ai. Ai is the proprietary Asymmetric Integration drivetrain offset Key Features Ballis Tec Carbon Frame with 29er XC geometry; allows easier handling on the toughest of trails Lefty Ocho, 29″, 100mm Fork perfect for riders who want an all-round fork that performs in a vast range of terrain whilst being eye catching and unique SRAM NX Eagle 1×12 Drivetrain delivers high performance shifting in any situation, with enhanced stability, manoeuvrability and efficiency Shimano MT500 Hydraulic Disc Brakes give powerful, controllable and consistent stopping power, with minimal effort, in all conditions Schwalbe Racing Ray Performance Tyres have an aggressive tread in high-volume casing, designed with great traction in mind About the Brand Cannondale have come a long way since our birth in a crowded loft above a pickle factory in 1971.
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