Cannondale Trigger or Jekyll? Bike vs. Bike 6

Cannondale rider, Jon Buckell, shreds some mountain bike trails with a wide variety of terrain to put the Trigger trail bike and Jekyll enduro bike in a head-to-head battle for supremacy. Both bikes have modern geometry, spec and 27.5-inch wheels, but the Trigger has 145mm of rear travel while the Jekyll has 165mm out back. Is one better than the other for where Jon is riding? Find out.

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sspomer 3/22/2018 8:30 AM

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Aren’t many people out there that are more fun to watch ride than Jon Buckell. Unreal vision and line choice. Such a creative rider. Whenever i try to follow him down a trail i just end up gettin super distracted watching what he’s doing and blowing my lines that aren’t anywhere near as good as the ones he’s taking.

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That was actually a very enjoyable review. Plus great riding. Looks like the Trigger is a little bit more fun and playful on the descents and through the berms.

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