Cannondale Quick Rear Rack

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The Cannondale Quick Rack is brand new for 2013. Constructed with aircraft grade aluminum to make this rack very light weight.

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Scott Spark goes bang on quick hits to rear

Hey all, I've got a 2010 Scott Spark 35 (carbon frame), recently purchased off ebay. Every once in a while a sound best described as a "bang" is produced when the rear end takes a quick hit, for example on a fast downhill and hitting a root that sticks out pretty good. I would think the shock out ... Read More »

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How do you get the rear wheel out for a quick fix?

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