• Quick 6 Remixte
  • $480

Quick as you like.

A fitness bike that's equally perfect for city cruising or getting a workout. Plus it's easy on the eyes.

Specifications

Component Overview

Frame

Step-Thru, SmartForm C3 Alloy, SAVE, tapered head tube, Straightshot hidden cable routing, rack/fender mounts, 360° reflectivity

Fork

Chromoly, 1-1/8" steerer, fender mounts, 360° reflectivity

Rims

Cannondale, double wall, 32h

Hubs

(F) Alloy, sealed, loose ball bearings, 32h, QR / (R) Alloy, sealed, loose ball bearings, 32h, QR

Spokes

Stainless steel, 14g

Tires

Kenda Kourier, 700 x 35c

Pedals

Cannondale Fitness

Crank

Prowheel, 48/38/28

Bottom Bracket

Tange Cartridge

Chain

KMC Z51, 7-speed

Rear Cogs

Shimano HG200, 12-28, 7-speed

Front Derailleur

Shimano Tourney, 31.8 clamp

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Tourney

Shifters

Shimano Easy Fire EF41, 3x7

Handlebar

6061 double-butted, 25mm rise, 8° sweep, 6° rise, 600mm

Grips

Cannondale Ergo Fitness Dual Density, lock-on

Stem

6061 Alloy, 31.8, 8°

Headset

Semi-Integrated, cage retainer

Brakes

V-Brake

Brake Levers

Shimano Easy Fire EF41

Saddle

Cannondale Fitness Women's Ergo Double Density

Seatpost

6061 Alloy, 27.2 x 350mm

Sizes

XS, S, M, L

Innovation AND Technology

  • Feel the Light
  • Be Seen
  • Fast and Easy
  • Confident Control

Rider Position / Bike Geometry

Innovation AND Technology

Feel the Light

Feel the Light

Quick bikes are the lightest in their class. Beautifully crafted aluminum frames and carbon fiber forks add up to a difference you can feel. Easier to pedal, easier to lift, easier to love!

Be Seen

Be Seen

The Quick's graphics feature bright 360° reflective elements for that extra measure of safety in low light conditions

Fast and Easy

Fast and Easy

To blend speed with comfort, Quick uses road-bike style wheels fitted with larger volume tires for better bump absorption, grip and durability.

Confident Control

Confident Control

Our OutFront steering geometry makes riding easier. It delivers agile handling, while positioning the wheel further out in front for more stability, more control and less chance of toe-overlap.

Rider Position / Bike Geometry

Quick

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