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Cannondale Jekyll 900SL '01

Cannondale Jekyll 900SL '01

Jekyll SL means a super light-equipped variable geometry full suspension bike ready to take anywhere

No Longer Available

Product Description

When you ride this bike with its HeadShok Fatty Ultra DL fork, Cannondale Expert V-brakes, and Mavic-rimmed wheels with double butted spokes & Continental Kevlar tyres, you will immediately realize that SL stands for super light.

Upgrades from Jekyll 700

  • Fox Float RC rear shock
  • HeadShok Ultra DL fork - more than half a pound lighter than Super Fatty DL
  • Mavic rims, butted spokes and Kevlar Continental tyres
  • LX shifters

'The Jekyll is a super well-balanced bike for any rider on any terrain. Of all the sweet Cannondale bikes in my garage, this one motivates me to jump on it the most. It's so totally smooth, and I feel like I'm riding above the ground instead of on it!' Volvo/Cannondale rider Christoph Sauser.

Technical Data


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

 Fox Float RC rear shock


HeadShok Ultra DL 70mm travel


Mavic X221 machined rims

Cannondale Expert hubs for disc brakes

 DT double butted stainless steel spokes with alloy nipples

Continental Explorer Pro 26 x 2.1" tyres


Shimano Deore LX 27-speed Rapidfire Plus shifters

Shimano Deore XT rear gear / Shimano Deore LX front gear

 Shimano sealed bottom bracket

Cannondale EX 22/32/44t chainset

Shimano 11-34 cassette

No pedals


Cannondale Expert V-brakes


Cannondale 6061 alloy bars on Cannondale Headshok Si stem

Saddle:Cannondale Expert


Kalloy SP-248 27.2 x 300mm seatpin


S, M, L, XL


Ground Zero Fade



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