Cannondale has introduced the redesigned Bad Boy, a unique take on the urban commuter bike with its integrated front and rear lights and clean design.
All Bad Boy models have a new one-piece Lefty rigid fork. The Bad Boy 1 and 2 feature the Lightpipe Lefty, an integrated and micro-USB rechargeable SuperNova LED light stripe for increased visibility. Taking it one step further, the 1 and 2 models also have lights in the seatpost for added rearward visibility.
In keeping with the Bad Boy's minimalism, the frame's headtube and downtube have been 3D-forged from a single block of aluminum for a seamlessly sleek look.
The Bad Boy's 650b wheels, when paired with big tires, provide added comfort and puncture protection when blasting over cobbles or down pot-hole ridden streets, and added grip for when the weather gets rough.
The frame's headtube and downtube have been 3D-forged from a single block of aluminum for a seamlessly sleek look.
Additionally, all Bad Boy models feature disc brakes, internal cable routing, black-on-black reflective graphical elements, and an integrated protective rubber strip along the top tube to protect the frame.
The Cannondale Bad Boy is available now in four models ranging from $870 to $1840. For more information visit www.cannondale.com.