For the type of riding the Hooligan might encounter, our Delta V frame configuration has proven to be the lightest and strongest, while improved standover gives the rider plenty of clearance for agile street moves.
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Lower standover, a custom 520mm seatpost and an adjustable stem lets the Hooligan
New Hooligan Delta V, Urban Compact, 20" wheel, 1.5 Si head tube
Cannondale Solo Rigid, OPI, 1.5" steerer
FSA Vero, single ring, dual alloy chainguard, 48T
Cannondale TP148 eccentric, TANGE Cartridge, JIS
Shimano Nexus Revo 3-speed
Cannondale DC3.0, 20", 32 hole
Cannondale Lefty SL front, Shimano Nexus 3-speed, Centerlock disc rear
Kenda Quest, 20 x 1.5"
Cannondale Urban 6point3 Alloy
Shimano M375 mechanical disc, 160/160 mm
Cannondale Urban 6061, 620mm
Cannondale C3 adjustable, 1.5", 3-D forged
Tange Custom 1.5"
Stainless XD Black, 15g
Cannondale Cityscape Urban lock-on grips
Cannnondale Hooligan Urban
Cannondale C3, 2 bolt, alloy 31.6 x 520mm
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Just what I needed...
I've had my Hooligan about 3 weeks now and couldn't be happier. Easy to setup, and a nice ride when it was complete. I only ride between 50 and 100 miles a weekend, nothing too harsh or demanding and this bike has suited me well. I have been looking at these for 9 months now and finally got me one. Not an easy task as I live on the West Coast and they are not as easy to purchase here. My normal bike I rode before the Hooligan purchase were a couple custom made bikes, a bmx type and a 26" road type. Both were great to ride depending on the situation as I carried both on the roof of my Mini. I did notice the pull and drag of carrying the two bike and well to be quite honest I was ready for the change. Buying the Hooligan and throwing it up on the roof of my mini has been a breeze. I can only think of one bad thing about the Hooligan on my Mini is that I may forget it is up there. No wind pull or noticeable drag as I found with my larger bike and all the looks and questions I get when someone pulls next to me I know its been a great purchase. Comfortable, smooth riding, very tight feel, great gear selection and shifting, the cable type disk brakes work well enough even on the little bit of hills I have encountered in San Francisco, an upgrade to hydraulic type maybe in the near future but for now I'll take my chances. The 3 speed rear hub is smooth and quite, no chain noise what so ever. I'm looking into a possible upgrade to the Shimano Aphine internal 8 speed over the winter and a set of Marathon Plus tires as I have already had my first flat. But all in all its been a great bike to ride and an easy one to store and get around.
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