About the Cannondale Scalpel Ltd The new cutting edge, the Scalpel Carbon LTD is the ultimate XC race bike. Ground-breaking suspension, aggressive geometry and feather weight let you go full gas from the gun. Grip where others slip, attack where others lack and dominate where others hesitate. Suspension for speed, the Scalpel Carbon LTD 1 features the most advanced suspension ever made for XC. While other sacrifice performance to save weight, Cannondale's patented Flex Pivot suspension delivers both. Incredibly light, with unreal grip, acceleration and control, it lets you go flat-out everywhere. More speed. More fun. Stiff, light and fast, at just 1900g, complete with shock, the new Scalpel Ballis Tec Carbon frame is one of the absolute lightest dual suspension MTB frames ever made. Incredible suspension, impeccable handling and feathery weight – it's a recipe for victory. The key to Scalpel's incredible suspension performance and light weight. These patented carbon-fibre flex zones act just like a Horst link pivot, but are lighter, stiffer and more durable than any bearing setup. An obvious feature is the Lefty Ocho – simply the most advanced, smoothest, most precise-handling ultralight XC fork ever made. Its one-of-a-kind design lets it glide across the trails and easily navigate tight twists and turns. Keeping you connected, an integrated wheel sensor delivers hyper accurate speed, route and distance info, registers your bike, reminds you of needed service and more, all through the free Cannondale App. Key Features Ballis Tec Carbon Frame for stiff but light construction allows you to convert more of your power into speed Lefty Ocho Fork one-of-a-kind design lets it float through the chop and steer through the choss like nothing else SRAM XO Eagle, 12-speed Drivetrain provides a smoother, more precise shifting experience, with improved durability for long lasting performance Shimano XT hydraulic disc, 160/160mm XT rotors Schwalbe Racing Ray Performance
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