Saving money by substituting a 70-100mm adjustable-travel Manitou fork for their own HeadShok has enabled Cannondale to introduce their first ever sub-£1,000 Jekyll.
The Jekyll does more than you expect in terms of getting out of trouble and smoothing your path through clumsy lines. You can chuck the Jekyll through gnarly singletrack as if it was a much beefier bike. MBUK: June 2003.
- Same 135mm-travel frame as found on the £3,599 Jekyll 3000.
- Adjustable geometry - you can lower the bottom bracket and slacken the head angle for extra stability; or raise the bb for extra clearance and manoeuvrability.
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Cannondale Jekyll full suspension butted aluminium frame with 135mm adjustable travel and adjustable geometry.
|Rear Shock:||Fox Float RL Pro-Pedal.|
Manitou Axel Super w/Rapid Travel Wind Down (70-100mm). 1 1/8" alloy steerer with FSA/HeadShok 1.5" headset with reducer cups.
Mavic 117 rims.
|Cannondale Fire hubs.|
|DT Champion spokes.|
|Wellgo alloy-cage pedals with toeclips.|
|Tyres:||IRC Serac XC 26 x 2.1".|
Shimano Deore 27-spd Rapidfire shifters.
Shimano LX rear/Deore front gears.
|TruVativ 22/32/44 chainset.|
|SRAM 11-34 cassette.|
Cannondale Fire w/cartridge pads.
Cannondale Earth riser aluminium bars on Cannondale 1.5 stem.
|Saddle:||Selle Royal Viper on Cannondale aluminium seatpost with cold-forged head.|