130mm to 80mm -DYAD, 130mm - Xfusion (rear) / 130mm (front)
Stiffness is even more important on 29'ers. The Trigger 29'er has the ECS-TC oversized, clamped thru-axles at the swingarm and main link pivots, and double bearings at each end of the seatstays to radically reduce flex and play for the ultimate in responsiveness and control.
IDEAL 29'ER GEOMETRY
The curved seat-tube lets the Trigger 29'er have incredibly short chainstays for nimble handling and agility, and yet still get a full 130mm of travel in Flow mode.
TRIGGER 29'ER, 130/80MM, SMARTFORMED ALLOY, BB30, ISCG03, 1.5SI HEAD TUBE
NEW SUPERMAX PBR 130 29, w/ HYBRID NEEDLE BEARING TECHNOLOGY
SRAM S1400, BB30, 36/22 W/GUARD
SRAM X7, DIRECT MOUNT
SRAM PG-1070, 11-36, 10-SPEED
KMC X10, 10-SPEED
SRAM X7, DIRECT MOUNT
SHIMANO XT SHADOW+
STAN'S ZTR CREST 29'ER, 32 HOLE
NEW LEFTY SL FRONT, SHIMANO FHM-788 142X12MM REAR
SCHWALBE HANS DAMPF SNAKESKIN, 29X2.35", FOLDING
SHIMANO XT TRAIL, 180/160MM
FSA GRAVITY LITE ALLOY, 740X15MM RISE
FSA GRAVITY LITE, 1.5", 31.8
CANNONDALE HEADSHOK SI
DT SWISS COMPETITION
CANNONDALE D3 DUAL LOCK ON
WTB VOLT CROMO
XFUSION HILO W/REMOTE
FOX DYAD RT2 DUAL SHOCK, 130/80MM w/ remote
HIGH PRESSURE SHOCK PUMP
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- Attractive Design
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- Mountain Biking
Comments about cannondale TRIGGER 29ER 1:
I got this to replace my 2010 Niner RIP 9 with a fox 34 TALAS and I couldn't be happier. Even though the trigger is a slightly heavier than my RIP it climbs so much better. Click the button into the elevate mode and and you can stand and mash to your hearts content, something I could never do on my RIP. When I get to the top and switch back to the flow mode I can bomb down the rocky Arkansas trails like never before. I'm really going to have to keep switching back to my hard tail so that I won't forget how to pick a line because on this thing I don't have to. I just point it down the hill and run over anything in my path.
The supermax lefty is so much smoother and stiffer than the Fox 34 that I was on, my only complaint is I would like the PBR lock out to be a little stiffer, I may send it in and have this adjusted later if I decide I can't live with it. At this point I don't have enough time to tell if I really need more lock out, or if I am just use to having more coming from the Fox. I would really like an XLR option on the lefty so I could switch the front and rear suspension at the same time without letting go of the bars.
The component package is awesome as well. I love this shadow plus derailleur and it works flawlessly combined with the SRAM 2x10 drive train. The XT brakes are very powerful and they modulate even better than the 2010 xt brakes I was using.
The Hilow dropper post didn't come with the remote. While it is only $30 to order one it would have been nice if it came with the bike. I added the remote to mine and it has been working great so far. This is my first dropper post and I am hooked, it is so nice to be able to drop the seat from the bars.
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