Dig deep into the numbers that make the Meta TR work so well out on the trail.( Photos: 11, Comments: 6 )
Cannondale has two Neo bikes in their mountain bike lineup, both of which are pedal assist Class 1 eMTBs. The Cannondale Habit Neo is the brand’s do-it-all trail ebike whereas the Moterra Neo is billed as the highly-capable all mountain eMTB. Both bikes share many of the same features like ...
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