When Cannondale introduced the Jekyll two years ago, it came with a new “Over Mountain” category to describe the bike's ability to climb as well as it could descend. Then came the longer travel Claymore, aimed at light gravity and park riders that might still want to climb a bit before bombing down the hills.
The secret to their dual performances was a Fox-developed DYAD RT2 twin chamber pull shock. Using two separate circuits and chambers – Flow for long travel, Elevate for short travel – compression and rebound was completely tuned for each type of use without affecting the other. That, combined with a two-step travel adjust fork, gave the bikes a split personality that seems to work pretty well (based on a few rides on the Jekyll).
Where the Claymore pushed the technology to longer travel, gravity segment, the all-new 2013 Trigger takes heads the other direction. With shorter 120mm / 70mm settings and tighter geometry, the Trigger is aimed at the aggressive XC / Trail rider. Imagine combining a Scalpel and a Rize into one bike and you start to get the idea…
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