All-New 2022 Cannondale Jekyll | Hidden Shock & High-Pivot Design

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This video contains paid for product placement for Freewheel. This is Cannondale’s all-new Jekyll, a 165mm rear travel enduro bike featuring a high-pivot and burly 170mm fork.

Cannondale’s Jekyll, in various forms, has seen more than its fair share of success on the enduro race scene over the years, but it’s been a while since we’ve seen it on the podium.

Tongues got wagging when the Cannondale truck rolled into the first round of the downhill World Cup in 2019 with a rather unusual, twin shock equipped bike piloted by the talented Matt Simmonds.

Were they coming back to downhill after all these years? Or were they working towards something none of us could have predicted? Well, it appears the latter might well be true.

As you can see, the new Jekyll is an entirely different beast to its predecessor. According to Luis Arraiz, Cannondale’s lead engineer on the project, “the goal for the new Jekyll was to create the ultimate descending enduro bike.

All the decisions in terms of suspension layout, idler, axle path, anti-squat, anti-rise, leverage ratio and centre of gravity were driven by that specific goal.”
After nearly three years of hard graft, the bike you see before you is the product of a massive amount of work.

What do you think of the new Jekyll? Let us know in the comments below!

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