Thinking of buying a 2015 Cannondale Trigger carbon team-
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  1. #1
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    Thinking of buying a 2015 Cannondale Trigger carbon team

    Talk me in or out of it....

    Thinking of picking up a used (200 miles on the bike, so almost new) Cannondale trigger from 2015. Itís the carbon pro team model.

    Price is $2,200

    Iím a little hesitant in the the lefty fork, the dyad rear shock, and the Magura brakes....

    What do you all think.....

  2. #2
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    I had a very similar wondering recently and got some great feedback. Short answer: pass on it. See that thread for a bit more info:
    "Single speed is the new black. Wait, black is the old black... Actually, single speed really isn't new at all."

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    Dream it, Do it.
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    This is a review that I did of the Trigger back from 2015. I'd pass on it as well. I think Cannondale is good at making XC bikes, but had not figure out how to make suspension work well for more aggressive riding as of several years ago.

    A review of the Cannondale Habit as well:
    Dirt Merchant Bikes
    Seattle area dealer for Turner Bikes & Cleary Bikes

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