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Cannodale Habit HT 3


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Full-tilt-boogie trail capability meets hardtail purity and simplicity. That's the beauty of Habit HT. Minimum fuss. Maximum fun.

  • Where it thrives
    • Trails of all kinds
  • What it's built for
    • Good times in the dirt
  • Highlights
    • Light, durable SmartForm C2 Alloy frame / SR Suntour XCR LO Boost fork
    • Wide range microSHIFT Advent X 10-speed shifting / Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes
    • Fast rolling WTB Breakout 2.3" tires / TranzX dropper post




When it's time to mess around, Habit HT doesn't mess around. The beautifully burly aluminum frame takes whatever the trail is dishing out and comes back for seconds.


Habit HT lives to let loose. Its dialed trail geometry can crush miles or session lines - or both on the same ride. Playful? Yup. Stable? Very. Fun? You have no idea.


Stout 130mm forks. Wide rims and big tires. Big-range 1x drivetrains, powerful brakes, and dropper posts. Ready-to-rock components mean Habit HT won't let you down when it's time to get sendy.



Perfectly Framed   Geometry Class
Perfectly Framed

The SmartForm C2 Alloy frame perfectly balances toughness and refinement. The machined headtube, internally butted tubeset, and strengthening gussets are testaments to our decades of aluminum expertise.

Geometry Class

Incredible handling comes from incredible geometry. A slack 64° head angle and long front end bring full-throttle stability and confidence, while the tight rear end and appropriatly steep 76° seat angle keep things nimble and help you put the power down on climbs.

Drop It
Load It
Drop It

Dropper posts are standard equipment, as they should be. Less post = more fun!


Load It

Five threaded mounts in the main frame give you lots of options for bottles, pumps, or packs. Add our convenient StrapRack carrier for tools, tubes, or whatever else you feel like bringing along.

Universal Derailleur Hanger    
Universal Derailleur Hanger

The derailleur hanger is a quiet hero. It's designed to bend or break if your derailleur takes a hit. With the UDH, replacements are easy to find and easy to install. It also means the frame is compatible with SRAM T-Type Transmission drivetrains.






Habit HT



Model Name

Habit HT 3



WTB STX i25 TCS, 32h, tubeless ready

Model Code




Stainless Steel, 14g



Tire Size



Habit HT, SmartForm C2 Alloy, tapered headtube, post mount disc, StraightShot internal cable routing, dropper post compatible, BSA 73, 12mm thru axle, Boost 148, 55mm chainline, UDH hanger.


Wheel Size



(F) Shimano MT400, 15x110mm thru-axle / (R) Shimano MT400, 12x148mm thru-axle


WTB Breakout, 29x2.3", Comp


SR Suntour XCR LO Boost 29, 130mm travel, 15mm thru axle, tapered alloy steerer


Front Tire

WTB Breakout, 29x2.3", Comp


Integrated Sealed Bearing, Tapered


Rear Tire

WTB Breakout, 29x2.3", Comp



Rear Derailleur

microSHIFT Advent X



Cannondale 3 Riser, 6061 Alloy, 15mm rise, 8° sweep, 4° rise, 780mm


microSHIFT Advent X, 10-Speed



Cannondale 3, 6061 Alloy, 31.8, 0°


KMC X10, 10-speed



Cannondale Ergo XC


Prowheel, 30T, 55mm chainline



Cannondale Locking Grips

Rear Cogs

microSHIFT Advent X, 11-48, 10-speed



TranzX dropper, internal routing, 31.6, 100mm (S), 120mm (M), 130mm (L-XL)

Bottom Bracket

ProWheel BSA 73











Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc, 180/180mm RT10 rotors



Brake Levers

Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc






*Please note that, based on component availability and other factors, specifications are subject to change without notice. 



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