Product DescriptionSo if you're looking for a slice of style that's a cut above the rest, get something carved on the cutting edge of technology. Oakley Scalpel combines the best of High Definition Optics? (HDO?) with a look that goes from street to sport, and it offers a level of performance as aggressive as its styling. Polished black frame with black Iridium lenses.
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Hello, Occasionally, I got 2013 lefty 29er 90mm. I should use this. I want to build this fork on my 2010 scalpel 100 team frame. No problem at all to use 29er fork on my scalpel 100? Any difference between 29er 90mm 2013 lefty and 26er 100mm lefty? By the manual of the scalpel, the maximum axl ... Read More »
I cracked my 2008 carbon rush and cannondale is replacing it with a 2012 carbon scalpel. I'll need to switch out the rp23 and get a bb30 crank and bb but I'm not sure which crank to look for. I liked the rp23 so I thought about looking into one to fit the scalpel. Does anyone know what length I n ... Read More »
I'm thinking about these two bikes for XC racing. Im leaning more towards the RDO but I've heard that it's "wobbly" on the tops after climbs , and hard to get up in high speed on flats. For setup , both bikes will have the same setup; XX1 and Lefty 100mm. Also heard that the rear shock switch on RD ... Read More »
This was a Warranty replacement from my 2008 Scalpel Team, I wonder if Cannondale will continue to warranty this frame :skep: [URL=http://smg.photobucket.com/user/spartan23/media/IMG_7875.jpg.html][IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v151/spartan23/IMG_7875.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://smg.ph ... Read More »
It has a non OPI steerer and stem so traditonal still but the clamps are part of the fork so the rotating out of the way method I use to use wont work. I can get the steerer loose of the top clamp and bearing but am having trouble getting it out from the bottom bearing so the Fork is half stuck on t ... Read More »