Cannondale Quick CX 4 Women
A women’s urban-adventure bike for city streets and town paths is the Cannondale Quick CX 4. On a single bike that can do everything in the open countryside and wherever else, broaden your horizons.
Cannondale Quick CX 4 is a women’s hybrid bike with a tonne of features that enable it to perform effectively in practically any setting.
Cannondale Quick CX 4 is fully comfortable. This is accomplished by Cannondale using parts including a 63mm travel Suntour NEX-E25 fork, SAVE micro-suspension technology, broad 40mm tyres, and a naturally upright riding position.
Thanks to potent Promax mechanical disc brakes and 40mm Vittoria Terreno Dry multi-surface tyres that guarantee high-level grip on and off-road the aforementioned suspension, Cannondale Quick CX 4 also performs flawlessly on light trails and inclement weather.
Numerous gearing possibilities are offered by the 3–7-speed Shimano Tourney drivetrain, and fender and rack mounts let you adapt your bike to any task.
Frame & Fork
The frame of the Cannondale Quick CX 4 is made of aluminium alloy. The lightweight, MTB-inspired Aluminium Alloy frame from Cannondale, a master of aluminium frame design, offers a comfortable upright riding position. The Smartform Alloy technology from Cannondale aids in producing fine tubing, perfectly controlled tube shapes, and robust welds to produce the essential rigidity.
Uneven surfaces are sufficiently mitigated by the Suntour NEX front suspension fork. Cycling on smooth roads is more efficient when the fork is locked out using a switch on the fork crown.
A drivetrain modelled after an MTB is installed in the Quick CX 4. The hierarchy of Shimano MTB groupsets places the Shimano Altus/Acera combination in the middle. These speeds functioned without any lag throughout the test trip, and the gearboxes shifted smoothly. The 24-Speed combo provided adequate depth for both climbs and acceleration. The shifters operated smoothly and quickly.
On the Cannondale Quick CX 4, Vittoria Terreno Dry 700x40c tyres are the ideal all-arounders. These 700C tyres had strategically set treads to keep you balanced and provide you with ample traction whether you are riding on dirt or commuting on level roads. The wheelset’s reduced weight made it possible for faster rolling.
The Stock Saddle’s ergonomic shape and enough cushioning ensure the rider comfortable on uneven terrain as well as smooth courses. The overall biking experience was swift and smooth.
The front suspension and lightweight, heavy-duty SmartForm C3 alloy frame are perfectly adapted to handle multisurface riding and have the versatility to manage it all.
Strong Suntour NEX-E25 fork with 63 mm of travel helps smooth out rocky patches while maintaining precision steering with a 1-1/2 to 1-1/8 in. tapered head tube.
Engineered flex in the frame is used by SAVE micro-suspension technology to lessen vibrations and improve the uniformity of tyre contact on uneven surfaces.
3 × 7-speed Shimano shifting and strong Promax disc brakes keep you in control whether you’re heading up or down. Whether you’re riding on pavement or mud, large Vittoria 700c x 40 mm multisurface tyres offer superb on- and off-road grip. The mountain biking-inspired natural upright riding stance keeps you at ease and in control anytime you ride. Internal cable routeing with StraightShot results in clear lines and simple maintenance.
You can adjust the Quick CX for cycling in bad weather or making excursions to the store thanks to fender brackets and universal rack mounts (fenders and racks not included). Bright 360-degree reflective components help you stand out to drivers in low light.
Check specifications here
|SmartForm C3 Alloy, flat mount disc
|Suntour NEX-E25, 63 mm, coil, custom crown
|Cartridge, square taper
|Shimano 3 x 7
|Shimano Tourney, 31.8 mm clamp
|Number of Gears
|Mechanical Disc Brake
|Promax mechanical disc, 160/160 mm rotors
|Cannondale Disc, double wall with eyelets, 32h
|Alloy, Sealed, quick-release
|Alloy, Sealed, quick-release
|Vittoria Terreno Dry, 700c x 40 mm, reflective strip
|6061 alloy, 25 mm rise, 8 deg. sweep, 6 deg. rise, 660 mm
|6061 alloy, 31.8 mm, 8 deg.
|6061 alloy, 27.2 x 350 mm
|Cannondale Fitness Ergo
|Semi Integrated, tapered
|KMC Z7, 7-speed
|31 lbs. 3.2 oz.
|Bike weight is based on median size, as sold, or the average of two median sizes.
Pros & Cons
The substantial tyre clearance ensures a cushioned and comfortable ride.
Reflective highlights that are masterfully incorporated into the painting
Light and stiff for rapid acceleration
robust and economical construction
model without female-specific contact areas while being made for women.
Enjoy a little amusement on your commute. Cannondale’s Quick CX 4 seamlessly transitions from dirt trails to bike lanes since it was designed for every nook and cranny of the urban environment. With the addition of fenders, you can turn this bike into an all-season riding machine. Its comfortable shape allows you to maintain your composure in the city. With a flexible microSHIFT drivetrain, you can easily climb hills, explore trails, and find the ideal pace on your ride home.
Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs:
How much does a Cannondale Quick CX 4 weight?
Weight: 13.5 kg / 29.7 lbs – Bike and frame weights may vary in final production.
How many speeds does a Cannondale Quick 4 have?
The lightweight aluminum frame, 360-degree reflective accents, nine levels of gearing, hydraulic disc brakes, and built-in communication with the Cannondale app are the hallmarks of this Quick 4 bicycle.
What does CX means in cycling?
On challenging outdoor tracks made of grass, dirt, mud, sand, or occasionally even snow, cyclocross racing takes place. The elites exhibit the explosiveness of track sprinters and the off-road prowess of mountain bikers on bikes that don’t look out of place on the road.
Can you use a CX bike as a road bike?
A CX bike can definitely be used for road riding. Put a pair of 700×23 tyres on the factory wheelset and you’re ready to go because many of the parts are actually road parts.
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Our articles are developed after considerable research and studies online and also including seeking informational experience based tips from professional rides. Key sources of information are interviews, google search and youtube.