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Cannondale - F7
Cannondale F7 Description
- It all started with aluminum tubing and it remains among the best materials for creating rock-solid mountain bike designs that allow riders to get off the beaten path. Trademark Cannondale details, including the PowerPyramid downtube and optimized tubing, make for a lightweight, rugged frame.
Cannondale F7 Information
- Category: mountain bikes
- Sub category: Hardtail
- Price (MSRP): $559
- Frame material: aluminum
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Cannondale F7 Reviewsreview it
By guest on 2009-04-19 20:36:48
User's Review: Greatly impressed with this bike in every way. The handling, feel, shifting, and rock solid construction make it the best in its class I contend. I see other bikes similar to it and this one just looks like it\\'s built better.
Pros: Light, good control feel. Sturdy construction. Well geared for off trail. Front suspension makes bumps and things a breeze.
Cons: Front gears shift need to shift then pedel slow. Gear range too low for flat and road travel (fast but not super fast, I\\'m upgrading the front gears). The seat hurts and needed a cushion. Cannot bunny hop with front suspension.
By Sugar on 2009-05-04 12:43:12
User's Review: Decent bike for the price, Im just getting back into mountain biking after about 10 years, so I didnt want to go all out , but this bike does everything i need, and i am brootal on a bike, i rode Haros forever and they could take my abuse, and so has this thing so far, I can hop it 1-2 feet easy, i ride a medium frame and am about 170 lbs . I am impressed so far. Its not handmade in usa like the rest of the cannondales but thats why its cheaper then it should be. rides like a $1000 bike easily.
Pros: sturdy, comfortable, good for getting back into the sport and not breaking your pocket. its a cannondale and all your friends will be jealous.
Cons: the front fork is the worst thing on the bike, wear it out and then get a new one later. the chain rubs the front derailer no matter how much you adjust it. must be the nature of the beast.