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Important Manual Information
GEMINI, GEMINI Thru12TM,GEMINI DHTM
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
FREERIDE WARNING
ALWAYS read, understand, and follow
your
Owner's
Manual,
all
Owner's
Manual
Supplements,
and
the
manufacturer's component manuals for
your bike.
ALWAYS understand the bike and its
controls before you ride.
ALWAYS wear a helmet and protective
gear appropriate for your ride.
ALWAYS do a Pre-Ride Inspection.
ALWAYS
have
regular
professional
service performed by a Cannondale
Dealer.
ALWAYS following any crash, drop,
impact to the frame, or other harsh
treatment
,
have
the
frame
and
components inspected by a Cannondale
Dealer.
NEVER ride a cracked or damaged bike
or component.
NEVER repair a damaged Cannondale
bike (frame, swingarm, fork, or related
components). Welding, bonding, cutting,
grinding,
or other repair processes
increase the chance of failure. Disposal
of damaged frames and components,
should
prevent
someone
from
attempting to salvage it from the trash or
recycling bin.
NEVER modify your Cannondale frame,
swingarm, fork, or related components in
any way.
IF YOU IGNORE THIS WARNING, YOU
CAN
HAVE
A
SERIOUS
BIKE
ACCIDENT.
YOU
COULD
BE
SERIOUSLY INJURED, PARALYZED,
OR KILLED.
WARNING:
Freeriding,
hucking,
dirt
jumping,
mountaincross, downhill, slalom. It
seems that everywhere you look,
from Mountain Dew« commercials to
the X-Games, riders are grabbing big
air and sticking sick drops. And it
sure looks fun.
But
what
the
videos
and
bike
magazines and ads don't always tell
you is that extreme riding takes an
amazing amount of skill. Some of the
riders you see are well-paid pros who
have gradually built up their skills
through endless hours of practice,
and who have also had their share of
stitches, concussions and busted
bones
(and
bikes).
Others
are
daredevils
who
have
chosen
to
accept or ignore the risks. Would you
allow a lawyer to say that you are so
weak in the head, and have such poor
judgement that you copy those you
see in the media without thought of
the serious risks?
The stakes are high if you screw up.
Realize too late that you aren't up to
the challenge, and you run the risk of
major injury or even - say it with me -
death, paralysis. In short, extreme
riding
carries
a
high
degree
of
fundamental risk, and you bear the
ultimate responsibility for how you
ride and what you attempt to pull off.
Do
you
want
to
avoid
these
significant risks? Then do not ride
this way.

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