Out of Bounds – E265 – Scott Vogelmann from Cannondale

Adam Jaber August 6, 2023

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Out of Bounds – E265 – Scott Vogelmann from Cannondale

Hello, hello, hello and welcome back to a brand-new episode of The Out Of Bounds podcast, right here on The Out of Collective Network. On this week’s show we are stoked to welcome Scott Vogelmann, the global direct of mountain bikes for Cannondale. Scott has a degree in mechanical engineering, but his passion for bikes kept sucking him back in to the industry. He and Adam dive right into the ripple affect Covid had on the cycling industry, service, sales, and the ebbs and flows of the business side of things. We also get in inside track on the latest coming out of Cannondale, specifically their new trail mountain bike, the Habit. No Cannondale weirdness, just a smart, no frills bike that is utterly badass. With 13 bikes in the series and prices from around $1500 to over $10k there are a lot of options for every rider. Scott also talks about being on the cutting edge of the e-bike explosion, what is on the horizon and the hurdles the industry needs to face and over come in the coming years. Adam and Scott also go full gear nerd and do a deep dive on all things suspension. Listen now to get to know Scott and learn more what is going on at Cannondale. As always do not forget you can also find this interview and so much more on our YouTube channel, so be sure to like and subscribe. 

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