Bike paths, country lanes and open roads — Cannondale's Adventure 2 is the perfect bicycle to take you just about anywhere. Its lightweight aluminum frame makes the pedaling and handling easy, while the front suspension fork, upright riding position and adjustable stem provide a velvety-smooth ride and comfortable cruising. Simple shifting is provided by Shimano's 24-speed drivetrain which has all the gears you need to pedal uphill and down. You'll also love the light 700c wheels, powerful linear-pull brakes, super-comfy seat and bump-busting suspension seatpost.
|Frame||Cannondale Adventure 6061-aluminum|
|Fork||Cannondale Adventure Trail Si, 35mm-travel|
|Spokes||14g stainless steel|
|Tires||Kenda KwickTrax, 700 x 38c|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Alivio|
|Rear Cogs||SunRace, 8-speed: 11-32|
|Tape/Grips||Cannondale Ergo lock-on|
|Saddle||Cannondale Ultra Comfort|
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I am getting back to biking after a long time. After a lot of research and test rides. The first thing I noticed was the clearly superior comfort level compared to all other bikes I tried. The front suspension dampens good. The geometry is relaxed with adjustable handlebar stem and adjustable seat post can make for a very nice ride. Only concern is the shifters, I wish it was of better quality. I personally do not like twist shifters, so I may be hard on them. Even with the twist shifters, I love this bike. For the pavement this is a outstanding for a comfort bike.
I ride about 500 miles a year. About 50% alone and 50% with my wife and/or friends. Usually 10 to 20 miles per trip. This bike is smooth, comfortable and has a reputation for dependability and value.
I love my Adventure 2. It rides smooth and the 8 gears are perfect. I beleive 21 is too many and not used. The seat could be more soft but the bike is balanced and a great road/path bike.
I never learned to ride a bike as a kid, and when I had to commute on one to work every day, this was the bike I picked. It was easy to learn on, easy gear shifting, and put up with the punishment doled out by a first-time rider. My only complaint is that the weird frame shape makes it difficult to add extras like fenders or bags. Light enough to carry easily but sturdy. Probably not the best for speed but is a comfortable ride.