The Jekyll from Cannondale substitutes the RZ One Forty in the dual-travel trail bike for 2011. The new Cannondale 2011 Jekyll comes out in six new models, three are carbon fiber, while the other three are aluminum. The lightest model weighs 25.4 pounds without pedals.
The 2011 Jekyll features a new technology developed by Cannondale and Fox called the DYAD RT2 rear shock. It works to allow two air shocks in one, with separate damping circuit for each of the air shocks.
The trail bike has Fox 32 Talas 150/90 mm fork. When used with the 150mm, it gives you a comfortable and smooth ride. However, you can opt to go bombing downhill. The bike holds true to its form and retains the stiffness needed by any cyclist.
When used with the 90mm, you can be sure that you will leave a blaze on the trail. Making the Jekyll live up to its moniker of having two bikes in one.
The Cannondale 2011 Jekyll models will have a retail price which will range from $2,800.00 to $7500.00.