The inner workings of Cannondale's Simon fork
Simon's LCD display lets you choose between five suspension modes
Simon's LCD display
A one-off Cannondale display bike, sporting the Simon fork
Cannondale's prototype Simon computer-controlled suspension fork
After five years of development, Cannondale has unveiled a new proof-of-concept prototype that could revolutionize bicycle suspension. Called Simon, it’s the newest member of their offbeat Lefty line of one-legged shock forks. According to Cannondale, Simon’s onboard microprocessor will allow users to customize their ride like never before. If that isn’t enough, it can also send the fork from being fully-open to fully-closed in just six milliseconds.
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