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    Cannondale Bad Boy White 2009

    Hi, does anyone have any news on the above bike? I have read also that some fenders and extra bits will be available for bad boy.

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    white edition

    Here's a picture... looks very tight!
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    That bike says, 'Have that you bast*rds!' Beautiful. Looks like the US version for the Bad Boy Lefty 8. Cannot wait to see the Euro Ultra.

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    That is a Euro model... Very sweet! Although personally, I'd prefer a full rigid version, suspension doesn't make sense on commuting bikes IMO. Are the Hooligans still in the line?
    Last edited by Dan Gerous; 08-06-2008 at 01:14 PM.

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    Very good...

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    [SIZE=2]I was riding a mates 08 version of that, I was half tempted to buy one but I don’t think I would have a purpose for it, the good new is that it finally persuaded me to order a Shimano Alfine 8 speed hub.

    Another pic...

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    Looks really good, not convinced by the lefty as I am a bit of a traditionalist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrwibble
    Looks really good, not convinced by the lefty as I am a bit of a traditionalist.
    Odd distinction, but isnt that more of a one legged headshock?
    A left being something more than 80mm travel?
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    "they" call it a Fatty Solo.

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    Design for design sake! Are the wheels 26"?
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    The chain guard ruins it. Beautiful bike otherwise.

    Quote Originally Posted by triplejee
    Here's a picture... looks very tight!

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    I have no idea why they wont bring the rigid lefty to the US. I want one so bad and dream of the day I can run non-machined deep-v rims with a brake.

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    I agree, the chain guard kills the look. I don't see any purpose to own one for me as well. I don't commute to work on bike. Although, I like it a lot.
    Tearing it up with...

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    It would probably look better without it but the chain guard makes it the perfect bike to go to a wedding with a white suit!

    Seriously, I wouldn't have to worry about rolling my pant's cuffs with that, a true commuting and city bike. Go to Amsterdam or Copenhagen and you'll see most bikes have chain guards, it makes sense, it's not a trail bike, it's a bike you use to go to work, go to the bar, go to a friend's place, go out for dinner... You don't ride that in cycling clothes. It would be nice to offer nice, clean looking fenders though, because that white suit is easily ruined when it rains or snows!

    But if you don't want the guard, I'm sure it can easily be taken off anyway.

    Is that the first Bad Boy that's not matte black?

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    Beautiful. Fenders and Mary bars and I would call it perfect for commuting.

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    Forget about the chain guard, what about the guy wearing Crocs in the second photo...

    He deserves a bullet.

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    Too funny......at least give him a headstart. I could already hear those crocs squeaking foot sweat.
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    I hope it comes in more than one color. Looks tight, but I prefer the old black matte finish. I was too late to get one for the 2008 model run, so here is to hoping they making them in other colors other than white. The chain guard is not the best looking chain guard I have ever seen. I will be getting one as soon as they come out though.

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    I would say that white would be okay in matt but only just. A bad boy is matt black and should always be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrwibble
    I would say that white would be okay in matt but only just. A bad boy is matt black and should always be.
    But you can't call it a Good Boy either, those are polished aluminium...

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    Perhaps the white version could be called the 'NancyBoy'. I will be ripping off the chain guard as soon as I get it (If the this is the same as the U.S. version.)

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    In Europe it will still be available in bbq. Only not in the soloversion. See

    http://www.probike.be/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=28

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tond
    In Europe it will still be available in bbq. Only not in the soloversion. See

    http://www.probike.be/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=28
    The BBQ will be available in the solo edition but only as a single speed.
    See http://www.rijwielpaleis.nl/cannonda...0Bad%20Boy.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Gerous
    ...I'd prefer a full rigid version, suspension doesn't make sense on commuting bikes IMO. Are the Hooligans still in the line?

    Really??? I though your were living in Montreal, Qc. Can... But I see improvements on my path from home to work at least...

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