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    Ok. Slight kick in the jewels. Cannondale said it was their opinion that my frame cracked by a force greater than what I had explained. Their conclusion was "inconclusive ". They told me unless I have video to back up my story I was SOL! But to show they didn't think I was completely full of bs they offered me a crash replacement at $1600. I found their company number online and gave them a call to appeal. They were generous at that point to not overturn their decision but cut the price further in half for a Team frame plus swag. Hopefully I will be riding by the end of this week.

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    Form the pics you posted i think that there revised offer is exceptional. I hope you get the frame quick so you can get back out there.

    Cheers

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    me too brother. Me too.

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    2015 Black Inc

    I just upgraded from an old carbon hardtail to a 2015 Black Inc- mind blown! While somewhat unnecessary, I'm loving the Di2. Can't wait to race it next spring...

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    Swiched from China carbon frame

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    Very happy with it - saved 150 gr., but got much stiffer frame.

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    Post your Scalpel!!!!-20151124_122719.jpgPost your Scalpel!!!!-20151124_122657.jpgOk so we're back in business. Actually started looking into a Fat Caad 1. Gonna ride the "new" frame first. Just can't see changing my riding style any more. Anyways, here is some before and after pics. If anyone interested or knows of someone interested in a scalpel carbon 3 rear triangle hit me up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIREFTR View Post
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ID:	1031080Ok so we're back in business. Actually started looking into a Fat Caad 1. Gonna ride the "new" frame first. Just can't see changing my riding style any more. Anyways, here is some before and after pics. If anyone interested or knows of someone interested in a scalpel carbon 3 rear triangle hit me up....
    Good to see you back on the Scalpel even with the little hicup from Cannondale .

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    Enjoy the ride man!

    Anyone has feedback on how often these 2015 scapel lefty need resetting? Mine seems I be about every 10hrs :/

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    Thank you gents. Happy Thanksgiving.

    Manual states 10 hrs to reset.

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    Guess I better read the "instructions"

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    Hahaha. Only know that cause my buddy just bought a scalpel and has read and reported back to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcko View Post
    Enjoy the ride man!

    Anyone has feedback on how often these 2015 scapel lefty need resetting? Mine seems I be about every 10hrs :/
    It shouldn't be that often. If you run your pressure low enough to occasionally bottom out on rides, then it should automatically reset.

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ID:	1031080Ok so we're back in business. Actually started looking into a Fat Caad 1. Gonna ride the "new" frame first. Just can't see changing my riding style any more. Anyways, here is some before and after pics. If anyone interested or knows of someone interested in a scalpel carbon 3 rear triangle hit me up....
    message sent about the rear triangle.

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    Got a good deal on a 2015 Scalpel 3, replaced drivetrain and brakes with XT M8000, front tire to Ardent race and saddle to PRO vulture. 25.9lbs fully loaded (Cage, pedals, tubeless with sealant).

    Rocket.

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    Beautiful bike. Check my pics above. Ride hard. Ride safe.

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    My mishmash 2012 Carbon 1 parts/2015 Team frame. Not many mid 60s MTB days this dry in December. I saw more mud on my Slate on Saturday.


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    Hey I live in So Fla. And it's already 78° at 730am. Unfortunately we have been getting unusual rain for this time of year. Haven't cleaned my bike after EVERY ride like this EVER!!!!!! Love the bike.

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    I just got a pristine 2012 Scalpel 1





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    My Scalpel 2012, Sub 7.7kg



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    My 2015 Scalpel 2

    Xl with Nox hoops
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    I have searched but can't find if anyone has tried to run 27+ tires on the scalpel 29er. I have the alloy version and would like a little more float in some of the sandier trails around my area.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefflinde View Post
    I have searched but can't find if anyone has tried to run 27+ tires on the scalpel 29er. I have the alloy version and would like a little more float in some of the sandier trails around my area.
    I measured the space between the seatstays and chainstays to be only 2.75 inches. This was at the point the tire would come to.

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    I can barely fit a Maxxis Ikon 2.35 in the back without rubbing. No way you're going to fit 2.75s back there.

    The front, on the other hand... I would like to see what you could fit on the front with the lefty. I am currently running a Maxxis Ardent 2.4 on the front with plenty of clearance. Would be interesting to see if you could fit a 2.8 on there. Not sure if you would run out of vertical clearance when bottoming out the fork, though.

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    I am looking for a 2016 Cannondale Scalpel 29 Carbon Race, frame ONLY, in size Medium. Oddly this one is not AI it seems. I don't get why they have SI and non SI for these either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky73 View Post
    I am looking for a 2016 Cannondale Scalpel 29 Carbon Race, frame ONLY, in size Medium. Oddly this one is not AI it seems. I don't get why they have SI and non SI for these either.
    I'm guessing you aren't aware that the new Scalpel SI is a totally different bike than the non-SI?

    New Scalpel SI
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    Which one are you actually interested in?
    The non-SI bike is the old frame and other than color is no different since 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by law2spam View Post
    I'm guessing you aren't aware that the new Scalpel SI is a totally different bike than the non-SI?

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    Which one are you actually interested in?
    The non-SI bike is the old frame and other than color is no different since 2013.
    I am looking for the 2016 in medium, frame only. Love the colors and don't need the newest model (also $$,$$$). Maybe someone is selling a warranty replacement frame..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky73 View Post
    I am looking for a 2016 Cannondale Scalpel 29 Carbon Race, frame ONLY, in size Medium. Oddly this one is not AI it seems. I don't get why they have SI and non SI for these either.
    I have a Scalpel 2 in Medium with about 50 miles total. I bought it a year ago and barely used it because I had foot surgery (bunionectomy) and could not ride for six months. By the time I was ready to ride it was winter time and I ended riding my Fatty more than the Scalpel.

    Two weeks ago I replaced the entire drivetrain of the Scalpel from XT 10 speed to XTR 11 speed. When I finished, I realized that I still would not be using it and would just rather sell the whole bike, or the frame / fork set / wheels.

    Make me an offer. The groupset is the latest XTR 11 speed with zero miles. The only time the group was used was spinning on the stand to align the drivetrain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paxfobiscum View Post
    I have a Scalpel 2 in Medium with about 50 miles total. I bought it a year ago and barely used it because I had foot surgery (bunionectomy) and could not ride for six months. By the time I was ready to ride it was winter time and I ended riding my Fatty more than the Scalpel.

    Two weeks ago I replaced the entire drivetrain of the Scalpel from XT 10 speed to XTR 11 speed. When I finished, I realized that I still would not be using it and would just rather sell the whole bike, or the frame / fork set / wheels.

    Make me an offer. The groupset is the latest XTR 11 speed with zero miles. The only time the group was used was spinning on the stand to align the drivetrain.
    Color and wheel size?

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    Color is the White and Black with the Blue accents. Wheels are Mavic CrossMax with Schwalbe Knobby Nics 29 x 2.35. The original wheels were just Mavic Crossride and I upgraded them the the Mavic CrossMax.

    This bike was purchased in the Cannondale Corporate Store in Glen Cove, Long Island. I have all the receipts and warranty paperwork.

    I also have an XT M8000 groupset that is brand spanking new as well. If anyone is interested in an XT group instead, I could put those on the Scalpel and remove the XTR group. They are both brand new. If you choose the XT group though I will send them in boxes and you will have to install them yourself. That should be fun.

    Let me know if you have any other questions. For buyers in the Tri-State NY, NJ and CT area, I am willing to drive halfway for a meetup.

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    I'm looking to buy a first-generation Scalpel (frame or full bike) in XL size. I've currently got a 2004 Scalpel 3000 with a large frame, but it's a little small for me, as I'm a lanky 6'3". So I'm thinking of a frame swap. Anybody got any leads? Bonus points if it's in blue/white.

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    Just got a 2015 Team to replace my Stumpy FSR S-Works. Finally got my dream bike. However I´m contemplating getting another handlebar. Should I go for standard 700mm or opt for 740mm or 760mm?

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    Looking to purchase a 2014 carbon Scalpel team, what should I look out for on pre purchase inspection?

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    2015 Scalpel 4 29"

    Hello,
    Just picked up my 2015 Scalpel 4 29" and absolutely love it so far. Only have about 12 miles on it so far, but what a difference. Looking forward to learning about all of its tech and features.

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    warranty scalpel

    Big ups to the warranty systemPost your Scalpel!!!!-image.jpg10.79kg with pedals drink bottle holder and snake skin tyres

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    I have the white/black Tricons on my 2012 Scalpel (with warranty replacement green/black frame). The color mismatch is driving me crazy. Should I ****-can the Tricons all together or go through the hassle of changing the white spokes to black?


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    Anyone know what the max tire width is for a 2015 carbon 3 scalpel? I want to order some 29x2.35 but am not sure if they will fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRANK! View Post
    Anyone know what the max tire width is for a 2015 carbon 3 scalpel? I want to order some 29x2.35 but am not sure if they will fit
    got 2.35 NobbyNics on my off season/ winter wheels and there's enough room

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRANK! View Post
    Anyone know what the max tire width is for a 2015 carbon 3 scalpel? I want to order some 29x2.35 but am not sure if they will fit
    I can fit a 2.4 Ardent and 2.4 Specialized Purgatory on Enve xc (skinny19mm internal) rims with plenty of room.

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    I'm running 2.35 Forekaster in the front and 2.35 Ardent Race in the back. Plenty of room for both on stock '15 Enve rims with 17.9mm inner width. They'd probably gain a tenth on each side with a wider rim.

    Interestingly, they didn't seem to need sealant. The front tire lost 1 PSI in two weeks without it. The back tire didn't lose anything. I just put in a couple ounces anyway on the off chance I hit something sharp.

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    Thanks for the info I am thinking of going with 2.35 vittoria mezcal or maxxis ikon

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    Go for the Barzo in the front and Ikon in the rear.

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    Mezcal looks a little weak for a front tire. You want a more aggressive tire in the front than the back. Barzo is OK. I'd probably pick something with bigger side knobs.

    As above, the Ikon is best in the back.

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    I will look into the Barzo. The trails around here are not very technical so I can get away with fast rolling xc tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRANK! View Post
    I will look into the Barzo. The trails around here are not very technical so I can get away with fast rolling xc tires

    Running 2.25 TNT Barzos Fr & Rr and so far really impressed, roll much quicker than expected given there grip in damp/muddy conditions...

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    Fully Overhauled Scalpel 29er 3

    Well....after a few years with my white 2013 Scalpel 29er 3, I decided to do a full overhaul this winter.

    Frame was acid dipped, media blasted, and powder-coated anodized blue over super chrome by Killer Koatings powder coating in Cincinnati, OH.
    Replaced every bearing, pivot bushing, and seal on the bike and upgraded many of the components. Overall, very happy with how it turned out and its pretty sweet to have a one-of-a-kind scalpel now. My buddy is cutting me some white cannondale decals for it, as I feel it is missing something to tie it all together.














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    Beautiful color. I'd be tempted to remove the red and yellow detailing to leave a pure blue/monochrome combination.

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    Post your Scalpel!!!!-img_20161010_182713.jpg

    Scalpel Si 2 with XX1/XO1 eagle and Valors

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    My trusty Scalpel in Moab

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    2017 Alloy Si 5

    Concept was an everyday alloy woods bike with high reliability. I chose brands and components that have been more or less bullet proof for me in the past.

    Respectable 13.2 kg.

    Frame: 2017 Scalpel Alloy Si 5, Large
    Rear Shock: stock RockShox Monarch RL, 100mm
    Fork: stock Lefty 2.0, 100mm, PBR Isolated Damper Technology with XC+ tune and updated controls, 55mm offset
    Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Carbon Flat UD Matte Black - back sweep: 9°, Cut down to 675mm
    Grips: stock Cannondale X1 Single Lock Grips
    Brakes: Deore XT BR-M8000, SM-RT86 Discs 180/160mm, 02A ICE TEC
    Shifters: SRAM X0 front, X01 rear
    Front Derailleur: stock Shimano XT M8000
    Rear Derailleur: stock SRAM GX, 11-speed
    Cassette: SRAM XG-1199 10-42
    Chain: KMC X11SL
    Cranks: stock Cannondale forged Si, 36/26 CNC Rings
    Pedals: XTR PD-M9000
    Rims: WTB Frequency Team i23 TCS
    Front Hub: Chris King ISO Lefty Supermax Front Hub - 32 Hole
    Rear Hub: Chris King ISO Rear Hub - 12x142mm - 32 Hole - XD Freehub
    Axle: Robert Axle Project Lightning 12 mm x 162-167 mm x 1.0 Thread
    Tires: Continental Race King ProTection 29x2.2 (with tubes)
    Saddle: Ritchey WCS Streem Saddle
    Seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon 1-Bolt, UD Matte Black

    The 2x11 mash-up combo of shifters, derailleurs, cassette and chain works great BTW.

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    Post your Scalpel!!!!-scalpel_eie.jpg

    This one started as a '15 Team. The only stock parts left are the frame, suspension, and most of the drivetrain.

    Size: L
    Stem: Project 321 steerer and Kalloy Uno 70mm/-7D
    Bar: Carbon 800mm (open mould)
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Wheels: EIE carbon i29/i39 asymmetric/Laser/BHS
    Brakes: Formula R1R
    Rotors: Ashima Ai2
    Chainring: Absolute Black 32T
    Post: Carbon (open mould)
    Seat: GUB 1158
    Pedals: Ritchey WCS
    Tires: WTB Ranger 3.0 F/L, Bontrager XR2 Team 2.35 (Panaracer pictured)

    As pictured, it's 23 pounds even. With either of the two unreliable droppers I used to have installed, it's just over 24 pounds. Future upgrades may include offset shock bearings, an angleset variant, and a 2.5/2.6 rear tire.

    Or not. The bike is super fun as is. It makes a hell of a trail ride with bigger tires and a bit of suspension tuning.

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    Post your Scalpel!!!!-img_0914.jpg

    Coukdn't pass up a good deal on my newest bike, 2015 scalpel carbon 2 in XL frame

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    Photo from one of the first rides in early March.

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    2017 Scalpel SI-3

    New (to me, was a 2017 demo model from Cannondale) SI-3. So far (not pictured below, these were taken on first ride) just swapped the stock grips to ESI chunky grips and cut the bars from 760 to 740mm. Currently in the process of adding paint protection film (hand cut) and I cleaned up the scuff on the Lefty with model paint for cosmetic fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmattbike View Post
    New (to me, was a 2017 demo model from Cannondale) SI-3. So far (not pictured below, these were taken on first ride) just swapped the stock grips to ESI chunky grips and cut the bars from 760 to 740mm. Currently in the process of adding paint protection film (hand cut) and I cleaned up the scuff on the Lefty with model paint for cosmetic fix.
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    Nice! I'm about to pick up the same bike *hopefully* ....planning on buying the local demo bike from my dealer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmattbike View Post
    New (to me, was a 2017 demo model from Cannondale) SI-3. So far (not pictured below, these were taken on first ride) just swapped the stock grips to ESI chunky grips and cut the bars from 760 to 740mm. Currently in the process of adding paint protection film (hand cut) and I cleaned up the scuff on the Lefty with model paint for cosmetic fix.
    Funny, I had skimmed over your post and didn't realize until after the fact that yours was also a Demo too!.... Hopefully you aren't in Calgary and hopefully this wasn't the Demo that I was planning to buy haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiggy View Post
    Funny, I had skimmed over your post and didn't realize until after the fact that yours was also a Demo too!.... Hopefully you aren't in Calgary and hopefully this wasn't the Demo that I was planning to buy haha
    Nope I'm in Ontario! Yeah as far as picking up the demo went it's been pretty good. Local shop owner and cannondale enthusiast is a friend and he ripped the bike apart, cleaned and rebuilt it, even threw in new brake pads as part of the deal. Nothing huge but the little things help for sure! Since riding it for a few weeks I've spent my own fair share of time tearing it down and greasing/threadlocking as needed as well. Other than the scuffs from previous rides as a demo it rides and feels just like a new bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmattbike View Post
    Nope I'm in Ontario! Yeah as far as picking up the demo went it's been pretty good. Local shop owner and cannondale enthusiast is a friend and he ripped the bike apart, cleaned and rebuilt it, even threw in new brake pads as part of the deal. Nothing huge but the little things help for sure! Since riding it for a few weeks I've spent my own fair share of time tearing it down and greasing/threadlocking as needed as well. Other than the scuffs from previous rides as a demo it rides and feels just like a new bike!
    Perfect

    Yeah, Assume it works out in my case I think I'll ask them to do the same...May even throw a thread-together BB Shell on there, as the weekend I took it out it was already creaking a bit!

    Out of curiousity, did the shop owner tell you whether a demo bike is considered 'new' (ie: you're the first owner) for the purposes of warranty? I bought a Scott Demo bike once and this was the case back then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiggy View Post
    Perfect

    Yeah, Assume it works out in my case I think I'll ask them to do the same...May even throw a thread-together BB Shell on there, as the weekend I took it out it was already creaking a bit!

    Out of curiousity, did the shop owner tell you whether a demo bike is considered 'new' (ie: you're the first owner) for the purposes of warranty? I bought a Scott Demo bike once and this was the case back then!
    Funny you mention the creaking as mine started creaking this weekend and going to get the LBS to take a look at it this week. When I bought it I bought it "new" as the first owner with a full manufacturer warranty from Cannondale.I would assume that would be a Canada wide policy but I'd check with your shop as well. Here's hoping I never have to make use of the warranty!

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    New addition to the stable
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    Quiet thread, here's my gift to myself for giving up street motorcycles and road bikes. MTB is much safer (for me).

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    My Scalpel

    Really new to the site but love my bike(s)

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    Here is my Scalpel Si Carbon 2 in XL size with DT240 | ZTR Crest | Sapim CX Ray wheelset on




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    Trying something different. Fox 120mm fork, shorter stem, offset bushings.
    After first ride it feels like this bike was intended to be like this. Really happy about it.
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    Heavily modified SE2 on a snowy PA ride today...finally mid 30's...such a fast, short-travel bike. I like it much better than my Habit.
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    I like the choice of tires. What are the widths?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GChuckyB View Post
    I like the choice of tires. What are the widths?
    2.5 up front...2.3 in back. I think the 2.5 would also fit the rear with no problem. They're heavy but I wanted durability and traction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headshok'r View Post
    Heavily modified SE2 on a snowy PA ride today...finally mid 30's...such a fast, short-travel bike. I like it much better than my Habit.
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    The Scalpel SE is a compelling option. If it fit plus tires, it would really cover my Scalpel 29er and my Bad Habit. 2 bikes in 1.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin View Post
    The Scalpel SE is a compelling option. If it fit plus tires, it would really cover my Scalpel 29er and my Bad Habit. 2 bikes in 1.


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    The Fox 34 is Boost so you could run a 27+ on it at least. The 2.5 is great plenty of meat for this bike to make it a touch burlier...
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    Here is my Scalpel, got it used on EBAY, the seller sold me a bike with a bent front rotor (replaced) missing screws out out of the front chainring (installed a new bolt) brake pads were wore down to the metal (replaced for 20 bucks total).

    After the first ride, bike is fast! really fast....however, not a fan of the BB30 bottom bracket, creaked like an old man busting out some squats. Personally, not a fan of all the lockout switches, however i don't mind it considering the entire bike is light as a feather.

    Fork feels phenomenal, however i am guessing it is in need of a rebuild, so when the depth of summer hits i will rebuild it then.

    So this is the "before" image, i have a Shimano XT crank coming in the mail, along with some shims to get rid of the unbearable BB30 BB. I also have a sunrace 11-42 rear cog, and a 30T front chainring. Getting rid of the front derailure..not sure why this bike has a 2X anything as light as it is..also ordered a 10 spd KMC gold chain (bling), keeping my X0 shifter and rear derailure. Also ordered a Magura wireless dropper considering this bike has no internal wire routing, so want to keep that to a min as well. Also replacing the handlebars for a wider carbon version..like my leverage while climbing and descending.

    the wheels keeping as is, wheels are to be in good condition.

    I will post the "after" pics when all parts roll on in.








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    Post your Scalpel!!!!

    I have 5 BB30 bikes and not one of them creaks. Judging by the f’d up nature you received other parts of the bike, I’d expect the master mechanic that previously owned it was root cause of the creak.

    As far as 2x, my 2012/15 hybrid scalpel is 2x10. That is pretty much how all of that gen Scalpel shipped.

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    yea the EBAY member who sold me the bike was "tstepp14" from OC Cyclery...i tried contacting them on numerous occasions...zero answers. Here is the EBAY information so others won't purchase from them, so they too won't get a sub par product:

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    I have owned previous bikes hat had BB30 bottom brackets. Initially yes, all is good, but eventually i always ended up with issues. I would disassemble, reassemble, BB will be good for a while, then boom..comes back.

    For me personally, I like doing maintenance on my own (which i am sure you do as well), and a BB30 has always been a PITA over a shimano BB/crank setup. its just my personal experience. Had a BB30 on my Stumpy, had one also on my Carve, had one on my Epic as well...All creaked eventually...the one bike that didn't creak which i had for 2 years was my Camber and yes i kept up on the maintenance, i even ended up replacing bearings with some TKO bearings, Ceramic bearings...if they had conversions back then to remove my BB30..i would have done it JMHO

    Owned my Rocky Mountain Altitude for 4 to 5 years..ZERO issues with my bottom bracket or my Shimano XT crank..i beat the hell out of this bike, it was easy to maintain..i would clean and lube my bottom bracket and crank once all season..hit the ski resorts, travel to Moab, hit some parts of CO, and CA..the only shit i had to replace was brake pads. Hell, on my XT brakes, i never even bled the brakes..just always replaced the pads. If this bike never got stolen from me, i would still be rocking it and beating the crap out of it as well...one thing i did end up doing was disassembling the pivot joints and removed bearings, tossed them in a ultra sonic cleaner, lubed up with some belray grease and was new again.



    But i have to admit, this scalpel and the lefty fork is pretty damn sweet...never owned a Cannondale bike, rode some in the past, but never owned. So I'm excited to toss on what i am use to and trust and see how long i can rock this frame and beat the hell out of it for years to come! Excited to rebuild the fork, doesn't seem too difficult, but I'm sure something will toss me through a loop.

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    Post your Scalpel!!!!

    I actually have one bike that is on the same BB30 bottom bracket for 9 years now. It wasn’t my primary bike since 2013, but it was my winter/mud bike while my Scalpel was my nice weather bike. 🤷*♂️

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    So i finally got rid of the BB30 mess. I am really glad i did. When i disassembled the bottom bracket, one of the bearings were completely shot. The crank itself was worn. I honestly believe people do not know how to properly maintain bearings...they just slap grease onto of the bearings, but without taking off the bearing's seal, its pointless. From what i can tell, it also looked like whoever owned the bike before me, didn't know how to clean a bike as well. At any rate, I'm very happy with the conversion, and the components installed. I also gave the Magura Vyron a whirl..it actually fit on my scalpel perfectly. I got worried about the fact that it was a 150mm dropper..but I'm actually stoked it fits. I also added the remote cover which makes hitting the clicker much easier with gloves on. here are some of the "after" photos:










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    Thank you, thing rides fast! I am stoked to have purchased this over another Specialized epic..this thing for me performs phenomenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse101 View Post
    Thank you, thing rides fast! I am stoked to have purchased this over another Specialized epic..this thing for me performs phenomenal.
    Now waiting to see clipless pedals


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    I have a few pair, original (before shots) I rode with. I use my VPs on certain trails.

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    12.5 kilos
    offset bushings, 110 travel lefty, tmars dropper, tubeless tires, hope brakes

    thinking about bigger tires, up to 2/5 in rear. would be grad to see mud clearance with such tires
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Westy View Post
    Concept was an everyday alloy woods bike with high reliability. I chose brands and components that have been more or less bullet proof for me in the past.

    Respectable 13.2 kg.

    Frame: 2017 Scalpel Alloy Si 5, Large
    Rear Shock: stock RockShox Monarch RL, 100mm
    Fork: stock Lefty 2.0, 100mm, PBR Isolated Damper Technology with XC+ tune and updated controls, 55mm offset
    Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Carbon Flat UD Matte Black - back sweep: 9°, Cut down to 675mm
    Grips: stock Cannondale X1 Single Lock Grips
    Brakes: Deore XT BR-M8000, SM-RT86 Discs 180/160mm, 02A ICE TEC
    Shifters: SRAM X0 front, X01 rear
    Front Derailleur: stock Shimano XT M8000
    Rear Derailleur: stock SRAM GX, 11-speed
    Cassette: SRAM XG-1199 10-42
    Chain: KMC X11SL
    Cranks: stock Cannondale forged Si, 36/26 CNC Rings
    Pedals: XTR PD-M9000
    Rims: WTB Frequency Team i23 TCS
    Front Hub: Chris King ISO Lefty Supermax Front Hub - 32 Hole
    Rear Hub: Chris King ISO Rear Hub - 12x142mm - 32 Hole - XD Freehub
    Axle: Robert Axle Project Lightning 12 mm x 162-167 mm x 1.0 Thread
    Tires: Continental Race King ProTection 29x2.2 (with tubes)
    Saddle: Ritchey WCS Streem Saddle
    Seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon 1-Bolt, UD Matte Black

    The 2x11 mash-up combo of shifters, derailleurs, cassette and chain works great BTW.

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    I picked up a reasonably priced set of road SISL cranks on bikewagon plus a set of blue Leonardi bolts, and mounted them up today... only hitch was that I had to drill out and remove the chain pickup pin on the 36T chainring.


    Frame: 2017 Scalpel Alloy Si 5, Large
    Rear Shock: stock RockShox Monarch RL, 100mm
    Fork: stock Lefty 2.0, 100mm, PBR Isolated Damper Technology with XC+ tune and updated controls, 55mm offset
    Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Carbon Flat UD Matte Black - back sweep: 9°, Cut down to 675mm
    Grips: stock Cannondale X1 Single Lock Grips
    Brakes: Deore XT BR-M8000, SM-RT86 Discs 180/160mm, 02A ICE TEC
    Shifters: SRAM X0 front, X01 rear
    Front Derailleur: stock Shimano XT M8000
    Rear Derailleur: stock SRAM GX, 11-speed
    Cassette: SRAM XG-1199 10-42
    Chain: KMC X11SL
    Cranks: Cannonale SISL, stock 36/26 CNC Rings
    Pedals: XTR PD-M9000
    Rims: WTB Frequency Team i23 TCS
    Front Hub: Chris King ISO Lefty Supermax Front Hub - 32 Hole
    Rear Hub: Chris King ISO Rear Hub - 12x142mm - 32 Hole - XD Freehub
    Axle: Robert Axle Project Lightning 12 mm x 162-167 mm x 1.0 Thread
    Tires: Continental Race King ProTection 29x2.2 (with tubes)
    Saddle: Ritchey WCS Streem Saddle
    Seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon 1-Bolt, UD Matte Black

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    2018 Scalpel SE with Mavic Crossmax wheels and Fox Transfer dropper post



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    My Si-Carbon 4 with Enve M50s, Enve bars, Reverb post.
    Trail: Scalpel-Si / Sherpa / Fatboy
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    New (To Me) 2013 Scalpel 3

    New Cannondale/Scalpel owner here. Awesome to look at the builds on this thread.

    Here's my new to me 2013 Scalpel 3. Picked it up a month or so ago. The 29" hoops were swapped for a 27.5+ wheelset together with a 1x10 Shimano XT setup with Wolftooth Goat Link to run a 42T cassette. And the headset cups have been flipped to slacken in out a bit.

    Still dialing in the fit (stem, seatpost, bars, etc.), sag/fork settings, and tire choices for my regular rides, but so far I'm a big fan of this bike. It feels fast, especially in relation to my steel single speed Surly Krampus.

    It's been great on my local XC trails and held it's own on rowdier stuff in Northern New Hampshire on vacation. Looking forward to pushing myself and the bike for the rest of the season

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    2014 Scalpel 2 Carbon 29
    Just bought from a friend for $1200, I assume I got a good deal. Needed a new XLOC and basics like brakes, chain and big chain ring.
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    My '18 Carbon 2 Eagle with my custom Fizik Tundra M3 saddle. FSA K Force riser bars and Crankbrothers highline dropper post as well as a pair of Candy 11 pedals. I really like it so far and definitely like it since VW paid for it!

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    '12 Flash 29r C3 with a few mods
    '10 Synapse 5 Carbon with a few mods as well..

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    Quote Originally Posted by trauma-md View Post
    19 Scalpel.





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    Did you buy it? I saw Pathfinder post it on IG. 22lbs on the showroom floor.


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    Nice 👍
    2019,🤔 been awaiting to see these
    tell us more
    More photos please
    Which model scalpel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin View Post
    Did you buy it? I saw Pathfinder post it on IG. 22lbs on the showroom floor.


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    Yes. I did take this one home! Review of Ocho in process.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bay1 View Post
    Nice
    2019, been awaiting to see these
    tell us more
    More photos please
    Which model scalpel?
    It’s the Scalpel HiMod 1. XX1/X01 mix. Hollowgram wheels. Will be swapping shock, brakes and wheels.

    Fox DPS EVOL without remote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trauma-md View Post
    It’s the Scalpel HiMod 1. XX1/X01 mix. Hollowgram wheels. Will be swapping shock, brakes and wheels.

    Fox DPS EVOL without remote.
    Magura Raceline MT8
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    Interested to know why you are swapping the rear shock? Without the remote! Is that so the rear can be in “firm”(climb) mode and the front still “soft”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bay1 View Post
    Interested to know why you are swapping the rear shock? Without the remote! Is that so the rear can be in “firm”(climb) mode and the front still “soft”
    The remote shock only has 2 settings. Either locked out or fully open. My other Fox shock has the middle platform setting and is lever actuated at the shock.


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    Mine...2018

    Went from a hardtail 29er aluminum frame to a Scalpel. Lower back issues forced me off a hardtail and onto a much nicer riding bike. I'm happy!

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    does anyone know which year scalpel is this? and how much is the street value of it?

    i know of someone who has a very good condition scalpel as shown in pic with XO brakes and xt groupset . he wants to sell it to me but i am not sure how much its worth


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