|Frame||Cannondale Scalpel medium|
|Fork||Lefty Speed Carbon XLR|
|Stem||Cannondale Si 90mm-5°|
|Handlebar||3T Exsero Team Stealth 700mm|
|Rear Derailleur||Sram XX1|
|Shifters||Sram XX1 Twister|
|Brakes||Formula R1 racing (Innolite rotors)|
|Crankset||Cannondale Hollowgram SL (EP spindle, Carbon-Ti 34t chainring)|
|Tires||Pacenti Quasi-Moto 27,5×2″|
|Pedals||Crank Brothers Eggbeater 4Ti|
|Bottle Cage||Tune Wasserträger Uni|
Tried to find some nice trails close by too, this picture is from less than 10min cycling from my home. Found myself and a small lake:
And a bit more north I found one of the many dead ends today:
Found a super trail more north. Some forrest roads but mostly super singletrack. Was smiling a lot going there except the many muddy places. Spring mud now where it has been really wet and starting to dry out. Thick mud that was really hard to get through with my low thread Quasi-Moto tires.
The bike was awesome and begging for more speed all the time. Sad for it as I didn’t have so much power in my legs today and after 80min it was less so just wanted to get back home again. Took a shortcut with some more asphalt on the way back to Tønsberg. Almost home I met two other riders, one of them was Joachim I rode with on wednesday. Small city. Joined them for a turn up and down too before I went home.
Great test ride and I think my Scalpel will like Tønsberg a lot🙂 The ride today: Movescount