y las especificaciones Here's a sneak preview of Cannondale's newest entry into the Cross Country (XC) bike market: the 2005 SnoGo 1000, scheduled for public release in mid-December 2004. The SnoGo is geared towards riders who do not want their riding to be restricted by winter conditions and snow. It features a light-weight two-stroke 20HP engine with a snow-mobile style track on the back, and a twin-ski on the front, while retaining the classic bicycle feel and control with traditional XC geometry. With the right conditions, the SnoGo 1000 can reach speeds of up to 60kmh. Supplies are limited, and the SnoGo 1000 will only be available in a matte black finish, in one size. If the prototype proves successful with consumers, a full line-up is expected to be released in 2006, with the Cannondale SnoGo 1000 being the base model of the new line-up. Engineers are still working on a prototype for the higher end SnoGo 2000, which is more stable at higher speeds, and is expected to be able to travel safely at speeds over 100kmh. The SnoGos will only be available directly from Cannondale, and are expected to enter the market priced around US$1700.