If you have been looking for a new mountain bike this year, this is the sale you’ve been looking for!
What makes an OverMountain bike?
In short, an Overmountain bike is one that climbs efficiently, and descends confidently. Sound like two bikes in one? It is. Here are 3 things that set OverMountain from all-mountain bikes.
DYAD Rear Shock
It is possible thanks to the DYAD rear shock which is a collaboration between Cannondale and Fox. Together, they created a rear shock that is truly 2-in-1, not just a lockout. Short travel and long travel at the flip of a switch. Not only does the DYAD shock limit the travel while in the Elevate mode, it also changes the frame’s geometry so it is more suited for climbing. The Flow mode relaxes the geometry and increases travel for downhill speed and control.
The handlebar-mounted remote lets you easily switch between Elevate and Flow mode instantly at any time. DYAD also has an independent rebound adjustment for Elevate or Flow mode, giving you more control over your ride.
ECS-TC Pivots and X-12 Axle
ECS-TC Frame Pivots and X-12 Rear Axle
The wide spacing of double-stacked pivot bearings provide stiffness and control not found on other bikes. Oversized pivots support the suspension through its travel, keeping you on track as you hammer through rough terrain.
A 12mm diameter, 142mm wide rear axle spacing works with the ECS-TC pivot system to maximize stiffness without a heavy weight penalty. Technology increases performance, performance increases speed and fun!
SuperMax Lefty on Carbon Models
Cannondale’s Lefty fork has been upsized for use on Overmountain bikes. Not only is Lefty lighter weight than other forks on the market, but its stiffness and integrated design provide more predictable steering, better small bump absorption, and lower maintenance intervals than competing forks! You’ve got to try it!
Lefty’s dedicated axle, double clamp design, hybrid needle bearing technology, and tunable damper cartridge make it the best fork available.
Overmountain Sale Pricing
|Cannondale List Price||Sale Price||Savings|
Trigger 29 Models
|2015 Trigger 29 Carbon Team||$8,120||$5,700||$2,420 off|
|2015 Trigger 29 Carbon 2||$6,170||$4,700||$1,470 off|
|2015 Trigger 29 Alloy 3||$4,120||$2,900||$1,220 off|
Trigger 27.5 Models
|2015 Trigger 27.5 Black Inc||$10,830||$8,300||$2,530 off|
|2015 Trigger 27.5 Carbon Team||$8,340||$6,000||$2,340 off|
|2015 Trigger 27.5 Carbon 2||$6,170||$4,700||$1,470 off|
|2015 Trigger 27.5 Alloy 3||$3,790||$2,600||$1,190 off|
|2015 Trigger 27.5 Alloy 4||$3,140||$2,200||$940 off|
Jekyll 27.5 Models
|2015 Jekyll Carbon Team||$7,580||$5,500||$2,080 off|
|2015 Jekyll Carbon 2||$6,170||$4,700||$1,470 off|
|2015 Jekyll Alloy 3||$3,900||$2,700||$1,200 off|
|2015 Jekyll Alloy 4||$3,250||$2,300||$950 off|
2015 Cannondale Trigger 29er
2015 Cannondale Trigger 27.5