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Technical Information

  • Battery:

    500Wh

  • Frame:

    BallisTec Carbon Front Triangle, removeable downtube batteryFrame: BallisTec Carbon Front Triangle, removeable downtube battery

  • Fork:

    RockShox Recon RL

  • Rear Shock:

    RockShox Deluxe Select R, DebonAir, 130mm

  • Drivetrain:

    SRAM SX Eagle 12-speed

  • Brakes:

    SRAM Level T hydro disc, 200/200mm Centerline rotors

  • Drive Unit:

    Bosch Performance Line CX 250W

  • Do you enjoy your XC rides? Try to imagine how funnier and wilder they could be if we add electric power to one of Cannondale's amazing MTB. The result is the Habit Neo 4, completely designed for enjoyment, adventure and confidence in the mountains. Equipped with telescopic seatpost and very strong brakes, important features for riding savagely but safety all around the trails.

    HIGHLIGHTS

    Rental price includes pump, lock and tube.
    Please note that online bookings can only be done for a period of 3 days or more.
    A quality helmet can be rented for a €3 one time fee (selectable during the booking process).
    Please bring the following to complete your bike rental: 

    The rental amount must be paid in full before collecting the bike (in cash, debit or credit card). The deposit will be repaid to you by the same payment method after the bike is returned.
    Attention: It is not allowed to use rental bikes for bike races!

    Price Table

    DaysPrice per day
    2-5 Days44.00 €
    6-12 Days36.00 €
    13+ Days36.00 €

    Want to book?

    Please Note: All Shimano 105 bikes listed 21€ for up to 7 days, 2€ per day additional +100€ excess. Ultegra bikes 28€ up to 7 days, 3€ per additional day+100€ excess. Di2 & Dura Ace 35€ up to 7 days, 5€ per additional day+200€ excess. Bike theft is not covered by this insurance.

    Let's stay in touch

    • raymond@cyclegrancanaria.com
    • (+ 34) 617 799 924
    • Calle Antonio Lopez San Fernando Las Palmas Gran Canaria

    Send me an email

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