The perfect path bike for the casual rider. The Cannondale Adventure models are designed to put you in an upright riding position so you can enjoy the ride comfortably. Each Adventure comes equipped with a front shock, a suspension seatpost, and a cushy saddle. We call that "3-way cushy!"
There's a reason why it's called the Cannondale Quick
Get out and ride on a super lightweight Cannondale Quick, Quick SL, or Quick CX! These bikes are awesome for pavement and paths. Our best sellers are the Quick 6 and Quick 5. If you want to go faster, if you are riding for fitness and fun, these are the bikes for you.
Cannondale 29ers Are Cutting-Edge!
Join the 29er revolution! The market is moving towards larger wheels... and for good reason... you go farther, faster...and they're a gas to ride! For 2015 (starting now) all of the Cannondale mountain bikes come with 29" wheels, except for the XS, and small sizes, which come 27.5". Say goodbye to 26" wheeled bikes and hop on a 29er. Take a test ride and you'll feel the fun immediately!
Innovation and quality are key ingredients in every Cannondale bicycle. Their relentless pursuit of perfection results in some of the best mountain bikes on the planet. Come select your favorite Cannondale and prepare to dominate the dirt with their latest trail-taming technology!
We've Got Cannondales For Kids!
Dexter Bike and Sport has Cannondale bicycles for every member of your family including the kids. That's right, this elite brand also makes great-riding and reliable bikes for those just starting out. Probably the nicest looking kids bikes on the planet! Lightweight aluminum, smooth welds, awesome colors! Stop by and we'll gladly help you guys find the perfect Cannondale ride!
Seat Angle Is Important, Too - One of the simplest seat adjustments is angling the seat slightly up or down. But, never set the nose more than three degrees lower (women often prefer slightly tipped-down seats) or higher (men often prefer slightly tipped-up seats) than parallel. Rest a straightedge on the saddle's top while making adjustments so you can gauge the amount you're tipping it and keep it within the three-degrees range. If you tip it further, you risk discomfort -- even injury.
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