Strengths: Shifting - The SRAM Dual Drive is like driving a car with an automatic transmission.
Weaknesses: The Brakes - I have flown over the handlebars twice. It's probably my fault for braking incorrectly.
I have ridden this bike 1150 miles and I love it. It is more comfortable than my mountain bike (a 10 year old Mongoose) and my roadie (a Cannondale R1000).
It is the easiest shifting bike I have ever been on.
The frame is meticulously welded together and the graphics and paint job are superb. The seat is comfortable and the tires (700X38) are still flat free, which is more than I can say for my roadie.
Hey,I'm new to this forum and I have a question. I have a cannondale adventure 800 2007, and I'm planning a ride with a few buddies to big sur from ventura. The ride is about 300 miles each way and they are all telling me that I need to get a road bike for the trip.I like my bike a lot though, and w ... Read More »
Hi, I'm planning on buying a new hybrid mainly for rail trails and some road use. I rode a few bikes and I really liked the cannondale adventure 800.
I believe it has the same frame as the adventure 400, I was just wondering if anyone had an opinion on whether the extra components that come wi ... Read More »
I'm new to the forum, but have been biking for about 2 years now so I guess I could be considered kind of new. Anyhow, I'm enjoying biking quite a bit and am looking to get a better bike. I started out with a ~$300 Diamondback Comfort and while it's an OK bike I went into the purchase k ... Read More »