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Cannondale Jekyll 600 '01

Cannondale Jekyll 600 '01

Built on the same frame as 'Dale's most expensive Jekyll 4000

No Longer Available

Product Description

A perfect example of enlightened trickle-down technology, the Jekyll 600 comes with an identical, variable-geometry, 5.32lb (without shock) frame as found on the twice-as-expensive Jekyll 4000. One glance at the spec - Mavic rims, Shimano XT rear gear and so on - shows that 'Dale have hardly skimped on the spec to make a great bike at a more approachable price.


  • Variable geometry Cannondale Jekyll frame with quality Fox rear shock
  • HeadShok Super Fatty DL with on-the-fly lockout - simply turn the stem-mounted lever and the suspension locks out. As soon as you hit dirt,you can switch the suspension back on again.
  • Quality wheels - Mavic rims, DT spokes and Hutchinson tyres
  • Shimano Deore Rapidfire Plus gearing upgraded with XT rear mech
  • Clipless pedals
Technical Data


Cannondale Jekyll dual suspension aluminium frame with adjustable geometry - 110mm travel

 Fox Float rear shock - 100mm travel


HeadShok Super Fatty DL 80mm travel


Mavic X139 machined rims

Cannondale Performance QR alloy hubs

 DT stainless steel spokes

Hutchinson Mosquito 26 x 2.0" tyres


Shimano Deore 27-speed Rapidfire Plus shifters

Shimano Deore XT rear gear / Shimano Deore LX front gear

 Shimano sealed bottom bracket

Cannondale cold-forged 22/32/44t chainset

Shimano 11-34 cassette

Clipless pedals


Cannondale Expert V-brakes


Cannondale 6061 alloy bars on Cannondale Headshok Si stem

Saddle:Cannondale Expert


Kalloy SP-263 27.2 x 300mm seatpin

Published Weight:28.3lbs


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