About the Cannondale Trail 5 From your first time off-road to your next big adventure, the Trail 5 is made to quite simply take your riding to the next level. Created with a beautifully crafted frame at the heart of the Trail 5, the progressive geometry is joined by some seriously dirt-ready components that are ready to blaze along the trails. Packing plenty of performance features, the Smart Form C3 Alloy frame showcases decades of Cannondale's expertise in aluminium craftmanship. A subtle but high performance touch is the SAVE Micro-Suspension, delivering a smooth, more controlled ride thanks to strategically engineered flex zones built into the frame's rear triangle. The Trail 5 lacks no confidence when it comes to handling with the Dirt-Tailed Geometry bringing both quickness and composure while short chainstays ensure plenty of agility and traction. No attention to detail is spared as the 68° head angle creates exceptionally stable handling so you can confidently charge the descents. The Trail 5 is ready for any adventure. Key Features Smart Form C3 Alloy frame for a riding experience that's light and lively, stiff and snappy. SR Suntour XCM suspension forks absorb shock and suspension. micro SHIFT Advent X, 10-Speed drivetrain give a wide range of gear options for taking on the hills Shimano MT200 Hydraulic Disc Brakes give powerful, controllable and consistent stopping power with less effort WTB Ranger Comp, 27. 5/29 x 2. 25″, DNA Compound for added durability on demanding surfaces About Cannondale Cannondale have come a long way since our birth in a crowded loft above a pickle factory in 1971. From introducing the cycling industry's first bicycle trailer, the Bugger, and added successful cycling apparel and accessory lines while earning a strong reputation for innovation and quality. Cannondale introduced its first bicycle, a Touring model, in 1983. They raised the cycling world's eyebrows by building our bicycles around handcrafted, oversized alum
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