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Cannondale Bad Boy '06

Cannondale Bad Boy '06

The Bad Boy ...has a handbuilt MTB frame, with rigid mudguard-compatible forks.
£649.00

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Tyres that are road bike fast on a frame that is mountain bike strong. That’s the Bad Boy street bike - one of Cannondale’s best, and most copied ideas since they launched this bike in 2000.

Although the Bad Boy is defined as a street bike by its handbuilt MTB frame, its rigid mudguard-compatible fork and its 26x1.5" Maxxis semi-slick tyres, it boasts a regular SRAM X7 27-speed transmission so a simple change of tyres makes it off-road ready - i.e. this vehicle is a true convertible.

  • BBQ Black.
  • P-XL.

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Technical Data

Frame:

Bad Boy Si butted aluminium frame.

Fork:


Cannondale SI Fatty Alloy, 1 1/8" steerer.

Wheels:

Mavic A317 32h rims on Cannondale Earth hubs.

 DT stainless steel spokes.
Tyres:Maxxis Detonator 26 x 1.5".

Transmission:

SRAM X-7 27-spd trigger shifters.

 SRAM X-7 rear / Shimano Deore front gears.
 TruVativ FiveD 22/32/44 chainset.
 

Shimano UN26 sealed bottom bracket.

 SRAM 11-32 cassette.

Brakes:

Cannondale Fire V-brakes and levers.

Handlebars:

Cannondale Fire 6061 aluminium bars on 3D forged 6061 Astem.

Saddle:Selle Royal Viper on alloy seatpost.
Approx. Weight11.5kg / 25lb.

Sizes:

P-XL, P being petite or XS.

Colour:

BBQ Black.

Disclaimer

Our suppliers reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative will do all it can to maintain prices and specifications on this web site, however we do reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Similarly, despite the wonders of modern computers, it is realistic to expect the colour of any item bought to differ subtly from the image online.