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Cannondale Quick CX 4

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Where to buy ๐Ÿ’ต

$725 REI.com

Type: Hybrid/Fitness bike | Frame Material: Aluminum | Weight Capacity: 275 lbs. | Best for: Women, all-rounder

YesCycling Score – 8.8/10

Full List of Specs ๐Ÿ”ง

Frame: SmartForm C3 Alloy, SAVE, tapered head tube, Straightshot hidden cable routing, flat mount disc, rack/fender mounts, 360ยฐ reflectivity
Fork: Suntour NEX-E25, 63mm, coil, custom crown
Headset: Semi-Integrated, Tapered
Rear Derailleur: microSHIFT M26L
Front Derailleur: microSHIFT Dual Pull Compact, Band Clamp
Shifters: microSHIFT, 3×7-speed
Chain: KMC Z7, 7-speed
Crank: Prowheel, 48/38/28
Rear Cogs: Sunrace, 14-34, 7-speed
Bottom Bracket: Cartridge, square taper
Rims: DC 4.0, double wall w/eyelet, 32h
Front Hub: Alloy, Sealed, QR
Rear Hub: Alloy, Sealed, QR
Spokes: Stainless Steel, 14g
Tires: Vittoria Terreno Dry, 700 x 40, reflective stri
Tire Size40
Wheel Size: 700c
Front Tire: Vittoria Terreno Dry, 700 x 40, reflective strip
Rear Tire: Vittoria Terreno Dry, 700 x 40, reflective strip


What’s good ๐Ÿ‘

  • Light and durable frame
  • Powerful disc brakes with great stopping power
  • Multi-surface tires are quick and comfortable
  • Decent suspension fork
  • Great for riding in town
  • Practically unisex bike ( great for men and women )
  • Affordable price tag

What’s not so good ๐Ÿ‘Ž

  • Mechanical disc brakes instead of hydraulic
  • Not so quick as some other bikes in this price range
  • Users complain that the saddle is quite uncomfortable

Our Verdict ๐ŸŽ—

Should you buy it, avoid it or shortlist it?

We think that you should definitely shortlist it.

The Cannondale Quick CX4 is an excellent choice for those looking to up their commute speed and versatility. They’re made especially well-suited for smooth city streets, but they can also handle hilly areas with relative ease if you take it easy on the tires!

This bike is also one of our favorite bikes for heavy riders.

About Alek Asaduryan

Alek Asaduryan is the founder of YesCycling and has been riding bikes and in the cycling industry since 1991. Since then, his mission is to make cycling more accessible to everyone. And each year, he continues to help more people to achieve that. When he's not out riding his beloved fitness bike, Alek reports on news, gear, guides, and all things cycling related.

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