Cannondale has a few new tricks up its sleeves, especially with their new Stealth Concept bike. Inspired by a combination of the F-117 Nighthawk Stealth and the Lamborghini Reventon, the Stealth Concept is both aerodynamic and advanced in design. Made from carbon and aluminum, the bike features a single-sided fork, integrated disc brakes, integrated stem/handlebars, internal cable routing and integrated seat collar, many of which are unique to the model alone.
The frame mold was machined from two 350lb blocks of aluminum and used seven bladders during the molding process. Using a similar molding process, the Stealth concept also showcases the first full carbon fiber rigid Lefty fork for a road bike including disc brakes. The dropouts, seatpost clamp, headset cups, Lefty road spindle, and fork mold were all machined from aluminum in our Bethel office in CT by our Engineers. The final bonding of the carbon and aluminum structure was completed in the Bedford facility as was final finishing, paint and assembly. The prototype is rideable and weighs in at 8,8kg.
Although not available yet, Cannondale states that it could be produced in the near future. Check out more images after the jump
Source: Style Crave