2021 Cannondale

Quick 5

A 700c aluminum frame fitness bike with mid-range components and mechanical disc brakes.

MSRP$735
Weight26.2 lbs  
FrameAluminum
SuspensionRigid
ForkSteel
Wheels700c Aluminum
Drivetrain2 × 7
GroupsetTourney, Shimano
BrakesMechanical Disc
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Gearing

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Lowest gear

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33 mph

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35 mph

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Spec Level

Based on build material and quality level of the frame, fork, wheelset, groupset, suspension system, and more.

Sizing
SM

5'2" – 5'8"

MD

5'5" – 5'10"

LG

5'9" – 6'3"

XL

6'0" – 6'6"

XXL

6'3" – 6'9"

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Reviews
Cycling News
Cannondale Quick Women's 3 review – Fitness bike with road DNA

May 2022 · Mildred Locke

Does this flat-bar road bike live up to its name?

Highs
  • Lightweight and stiff for quick acceleration

  • Lots of tyre clearance for a cushioned and comfortable ride

  • Stem is SP-Connect compatible for easy phone mounting

  • Beautiful paintwork with integrated reflective accents

  • Good quality build that offers value for money

Lows
  • Women's specific model doesn't come with women's specific contact points

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Cycling Tips
Cannondale SuperSix Evo CX review: Wickedly quick with brilliant handling - CyclingTips

Nov 2021 · James Huang

The outstanding geometry and tire clearance comes with a big catch, though.

Highs
  • Quick handling blended with excellent stability, superb pedaling and front-end stiffness, decent ride quality, sleek aesthetics.

Lows
  • Asymmetrical design and wide Q-factor will be dealbreakers for many, creaky bottom bracket, slow-engaging rear hub, no fender mounts, proprietary seatpost.

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Cannondale Quick Carbon 1 review

Nov 2018 · Ian Osborne

A true chameleon that is fun and forgiving to ride, however long you’re in the saddle. Buy if you like a flamboyant ride whether it’s racing to work or enjoying weekend miles in comfort

Highs
  • Quality, forgiving yet lively riding frame, Shimano 105, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes

Lows
  • It’s not as sensible feeling as some, bar width, narrow tyres for off-road use

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Specs
Build
Frame

SmartForm C3 Alloy, SAVE, tapered head tube, Straightshot hidden cable routing, flat mount disc, rack/fender mounts, 360° reflectivity

ColorsMatte Black; Emerald; Acid Lime

Fork

Chromoly, 1-1/8" steerer, OutFront offset, flat mount disc, mid-blade mounts

Bottom Bracket

Cartridge, square taper

Headset

Integrated, 1-1/4"-1-1/8"

Stem

6061 Alloy, 31.8, 8°

Handlebar

6061 Alloy Double-butted, 25mm rise, 8° sweep, 6° rise, 640mm

Saddle

Cannondale Fitness Ergo Double Density

Seatpost

6061 Alloy, 27.2 x 350mm

TypeRigid

Pedals

Cannondale Fitness

Grips

Cannondale Ergo Fitness

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

Shimano Tourney

Front Derailleur

Shimano Tourney, 31.8 clamp

Crank

Shimano Tourney, 46/30

Shifters

Shimano M315 Rapidfire Plus, 7-speed

Cassette

Shimano HG200, 12-32, 7-speed

Chain

KMC Z7, 7-speed

Brakes

Promax mechanical disc, 160/160mm rotors

TypeMechanical Disc

Brake Levers

Promax BL42

Wheels
Rims

Cannondale Disc, double wall w/eyelet, 32h

Spokes

Stainless Steel, 14g

Front Hub

Shimano, Alloy, Sealed, QR

Rear Hub

Shimano, Alloy, Sealed, QR

Tires

Kenda Kwest, 700 x 35c, K-Guard, reflective strip

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