Cannondale's Habit Carbon SE is composed and capable enough to run with bigger-travel bikes, yet light and lively enough to put the hurt on the shaved-leg set. This lightweight carbon frame features an aluminum swingarm for extra durability and a RockShox Monarch shock with 120mm of go-anywhere travel. A matching RockShox Pike fork offers another 130mm, so you can tackle rocks and roots with ease. WTB Frequency wheels are paired with Schwalbe tires and ensure nimble handling and confidence-inspiring grip. With SRAM X1 shifting, Guide R hydraulic disc brakes, and a Fox dropper post, you'll find new levels of performance on the Habit. Wide bars, a short stem, and a Fabric saddle ensure dialed handling and comfortable contact points.
Be careful...the Habit Black Inc. from Cannondale rips trail so well, you might get hooked. The full Ballistec carbon frame and carbon link boast gram-shredding lightness, and an unparalleled ride quality. The 120mm of travel from the Lefty 2.0 fork encourages full-zest cornering, while the RockShox Monarch DebonAir XX shock glues the rear tire to the dirt up nasty climbs, and tempts you to keep the speed up everywhere else. Specs like Shimano's electronically perfect XTR Di2 drivetrain, Enve's lightweight, genre-defining M60 rims, and butter-smooth Lefty/Chris King hubs all conspire to give you that gleeful idiot grin and lead you down a singletrack-addicted path from whence there is no return. To boot, the Habit is spec'd to serve, with sticking points like Enve's carbon 760mm bars, RockShox's Reverb Stealth dropper post, and 180mm XTR brake rotors to give you the top-of-the-line in handling and control. Dialed geometry, insane ride quality, and a ballin'-out-of-control component package all conspire to make the Habit a veritable sweet spot at the intersection of travel, geometry, and spec. So, get out and jump on your new Habit, and get hooked.
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