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PC15: CANNONDALE REVAMPS ENTRY MOUNTAIN WITH FORAY AND CATALYST 27.5 HARDTAILS
posted by Anna Schwinn - June 30, 2015 - 8am EDT
For model year 2016, Cannondale has a variety of products that consumers have been asking for, or didn’t know they needed yet. Chief among these are the new Foray and Catalyst models. Using 27.5″ wheels the 6061 alloy hardtails are designed to address a market need for reasonably priced entry level mountain bikes, starting at $379. The hope is that these models will help to lower the barrier to entry in youth mountain bike leagues such as NICA and help get more kids on bikes…
The Catalyst (shown above) is the standard model and is available in XS, S, M, L, and XL sizes. The Foray (shown below) is the women’s specific model showing a more compact geometry and greater stand-over from a curved seat tube and is available in P, S, M, and T sizes. Both models share four tiers with identical spec (expect that the Foray features a women’s specific saddle) and a myriad of color options.
The Catalyst 1 and Foray 1 feature a SR Suntour XCM HLO DS 100mm fork with hydraulic lockout, and a blended Shimano kit with an Altus front derailleur and an Acera rear derailleur and Shimano M3000 Acera shifters. The drivetrain consists of a Shimano M371 44/32/22 crank with a Sunrace 9 speed 11-34 cassette. The cockpit and frame material is 6061 aluminum and the model features Promax Solve hydraulic disc brakes and levers. The Catalyst 1 and Foray 1 will be available in this spec for $650 MSRP.
The entry level models, the Catalyst 4 and Foray 4 (not shown), will be available with a $379 MSRP with SR Suntour M3030-27 75mm coil spring fork, Shimano Tourney drive front and rear derailleur, Shimano Easyfire shifters, a Prowheel 42/34/24 crank, and a Sunrace 7-speed 14-34 cassette. The brakes on this level are Jak-7 cable actuated disc.
helmet Cypher Aero, pumps and cage
PC15: CANNONDALE AIRS OUT NEW MOUNTAIN BIKE HELMET FOR SHAVED HEADS, PLUS COMBO TIRE/SHOCK PUMPS AND MORE!
posted by Anna Schwinn - June 30, 2015 - 9am EDT
“I’ve been looking forward to [this model year] for a long time because there is just so much good product,” said Cannondale North American PR Manager, Bill Rudell. Here, we’ll focus on some of the compelling helmets and accessories that are flushing out the line. There is something for everyone.
On the off-road side of helmets, we have the new RykerAM Helmet which features special heat-sealed moisture wicking, anti-microbial air cushion pads. Cannondale claims that pads are especially comfortable with the clean-shaven headed riders as they keep soggy foam pads off bare skin, helping skulls stay cool and dry. These pads also aid in protection, boasting a 15% impact redirect in the case of a crash…
Cannondale has added an aluminum shell to reinforce the helmet in especially hard and fast crashes. The helmet features 20 large flow vents and a removable visor, adjustable to three positions. It will be available in three adjustable sizes to fit heads 51cm to 63cm around.
The Cypher Aero helmet features a removable snap-on shell which closes off the frontal vents for aero performance while encouraging airflow through side and rear vents to increase inner helmet air circulation. The helmet is contoured with a saw-toothed surface on the underside of the helmet front that also works to pull in air between the helmet and forehead. When not needed, the aero shell can be removed for greater overall ventilation.
The Cypher Aero also features Cannondale’s Peak Protection technology, utilizing dual density foam to lessen impact around the skull and a harder EPS foam to protect the outer surface. The helmet comes in two sizes features a three position height adjustment to further tailor the fit.
In the accessories realm, Cannondale has introduced several pumps. One is a compact 2-in-1, high pressure shock and tire pump with a flexible hose (top pump in above image). This pump is claimed to be easy to use, rated to 300psi, and features a bleeder valve for pressure precision.
The other is a compact tire-only pump with flexible hose, CO2 cartridge collet and storage system The tire-only pump stores the CO2 cartridge in the handle of the pump so if you have your pump, you have a cartridge. The head detaches from the hose (above left) and attaches to the CO2 cartridge (above right) via a collet in its base to keep the cartridge surface sealed as you screw it into the head to prevent CO2 loss due to user error. This system seeks to prevent screwing up the quick tire inflation process while giving you a simple, functional mechanical back-up.
Last but not least are minimal nylon side cages, available in left or right handed configurations. Because the cage consists of two separate cage parts, the black base can be a softer material than the colored top part, making bottle insertion tighter and more secure.