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If you are looking for a budget-friendly mountain bike with some decent specs, check out the wide range of Cannondale Trail bikes. These bikes are built with Shimano componentry with some of Cannondale’s very own creations as well. The mostly lightweight frames make for some fast rides.

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Bike Name Reseller Price
Cannondale Trail Balance 12 Kids
Cannondale Trail Balance 12 Kids
$200
Cannondale Trail 12 Girls 2018 Kids Balance 12
Cannondale Trail 12 Girls 2018 Kids Balance 12
$219
Cannondale Girl s Trail Single-Speed
Cannondale Girl s Trail Single-Speed
$250
Cannondale Trail Boys 2018 Kids Red Blue
Cannondale Trail Boys 2018 Kids Red Blue
$258
Cannondale Trail 2018 Kids
Cannondale Trail 2018 Kids
$387
Cannondale Trail 2018 Kids
Cannondale Trail 2018 Kids
$451
Cannondale Trail Tango 2 2017 Tall
Cannondale Trail Tango 2 2017 Tall
$649 $617
Cannondale Trail 7 2018
Cannondale Trail 7 2018
$708
Cannondale Trail 6 2018
Cannondale Trail 6 2018
$772
Cannondale Trail Tango 2 18
Cannondale Trail Tango 2 18
$800
Cannondale Trail 2 2018
Cannondale Trail 2 2018
$838
Cannondale Trail 5 2018
Cannondale Trail 5 2018
$901
Cannondale Trail Tango 1 18
Cannondale Trail Tango 1 18
$950
Cannondale Trail 5 27.5 29
Cannondale Trail 5 27.5 29
$950
Cannondale Trail 4 2018
Cannondale Trail 4 2018
$1,031
Cannondale Trail 3 2018
Cannondale Trail 3 2018
$1,288
Cannondale Trail 2 27.5 29
Cannondale Trail 2 27.5 29
$1,500
Cannondale Trail 2 2018
Cannondale Trail 2 2018
$1,547
Cannondale Trail 1 2018
Cannondale Trail 1 2018
$1,803

Cannondale Trail Review

While we love Cannondale through and through, it is hard to say that the Cannondale Trail bikes lived up to our expectations. Cannondale generally makes some high-quality bikes, even on a budget. This line, built for trails, and they certainly look the part. But when we took them on a few rough rides, we were a little bit disappointed.

Don’t get us wrong, these bikes are about as fast as they promise to be, and are built with some decent components and aluminum and alloy materials. But some of us just felt that these bikes, at least on the bottom of the line, just didn’t feel confident on the trails.

Higher up the line, the Trail bikes are pretty decent, considering the price. The steering was relatively smooth both off and on the road, and the frames had a nice spring to them. The weight of these bikes on average are about right for the usual trail needs, so if you are in need of a budget buy or a practice bike, then go for a Cannondale Trail.

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+Pros:

  • Springy frames
  • Mostly smooth riding
  • Decent weight
  • Fast
  • Good grip

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-Cons:

  • Stiff fork
  • Somewhat uncomfortable seat on some models
  • Lacks control
  • Less responsive braking

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The Verdict

If you need a decent budget trail bike for practice or just for getting started with trail biking, then you might be happy with one of these models.

The Cannondale Trail bikes may not live up to our expectations of this historical winner of a cycle maker, but they do get the job done. These bike can hit the road or the dirt without too much trouble, but you may not want to compete with them.

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