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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Cannondale Cujo 1. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- Riders felt the ride and seating position atop this steed were comfortable.
- Mounts are attached for a 2x derailleur, two bottle-cages and a rear rack.
- A TransX dropper post is included and internally routed on the Cujo.
- The Cannondale C3 bar was wide enough to throw the Cujo around.
- The 11 speed drivetrain provided an ample gear range for trail use.
- The Cujo represents great value with frugal componentry choices.
- WTB Ranger tires offered excellent traction on crumbly climbs.
- The 120mm Rockshox Recon fork was responsive and supple.
- Shimano M425 Hydraulic Discs were resilient and capable.
- The XT rear derailleur and XLS shifter worked soundly.
- The bold ‘Acid Red’ color was complimented.
6 reasons not to buy
- The bottom-bracket is low, leading some to experience pedal scrape.
- One owner described the ‘Acid Red’ color as being “...a bit hard on the eyes”.
- An expert felt the OEM Cannondale Platform pedals lacked grip.
- Seat and chainstays provide plenty of clearance for plus-size tires.
- Quick-release hubs with boost-spacing are eccentric and make replacements challenging.
- Some riders felt movement in the dropper-post, which failed within hours for one rider.
Expert Reviews60/100 based on 1 expert reviews
Cannondale Cujo 1 Review
Despite the conservative geometry and somewhat compromised tires, if you can master the more frenetic style of riding the bike is suited to, you’re bound to have a blast.
Cannondale Cujo 1 – One Year of Ownership
Cannondale Cujo 1 after one year of use. Upgrades include a front mudguard, new grips, a new set of tyres, new flat pedals and a new rear wheel…