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Cannondale OnBike

Cannondale OnBike

When it comes to bikes, we'll take simplicity over feature bloat any day. The Cannondale OnBike (£4,000; roughly $6,150) exemplifies this idea, albeit at an astronomical price. Limited to a run of just 250, the stealthy OnBike features a fully enclosed drivetrain with a custom SRAM i-MOTION 9-speed hub gear and disc brakes, a handmade aluminum frame, Octopus pedals, and Schwalbe Kojak Bad Boy tires.

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