Cannondale Reviews and News


Cannondale’s new CAAD Optimo and Women’s Slate Apex

Brand new models for 2017 include the CAAD Optimo (alloy race bike for rider’s on a budget) and the Slate adventure bike, now available in a women’s specific model.

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Cannondale’s new 2017 SuperX Team – cyclocrosser with disc brakes

New features borrowed from mountain bikes help improve this purebred cross racer. The 2017 SuperX is designed for stability and traction and is available in 5 different models.

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Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod Disc – disc brake road bikes are here

Whether you’re ready to throw down your hard earned cash for a disc brake equipped road bike or not, they are here big time for 2017. The new SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod Disc from Cannondale joins the party.

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SRAM Red eTap first ride review

New wireless electronic shifting system simple to set-up, easy to operate, and it looks great, too. Find out more in our first ride review.

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Video: Top 10 road cycling innovations of 2015

With the end of the year fast approaching, it’s time to look back on the best in cycling technology from 2015. Check out this video that counts down the top 10 new road cycling products from the last 365 days.

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Riding the Cannondale Slate: What you need to know

With 30mm of front suspension and bulbous (but treadless) 42mm tubeless tires, this category bending bike opens new doors, but not without sacrifice. Find out more in our first ride review.

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Ted King’s custom Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD

With his 10-year WorldTour racing career coming to a close, Ted King was honored over the weekend with a custom-painted Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD. The gift gifting happened at King’s charity event the Krempel’s King of the Road Challenge, which was created to raise funds for the Krempels Center of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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Cannondale Slate road (off-road) bike officially unveiled

Built around the 650b wheel platform and equipped with a 30mm suspension fork dubbed the Lefty Oliver (as in ride “all over”), the new Slate (as in “clean slate”) blurs the lines between road and dirt trail riding.

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New Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD and CAAD12

SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD billed as the ultimate in pure road racing performance, while new CAAD12 is deemed Cannondale’s best performing alloy bike.

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Update: Cannondale Slate road bike with 30mm Lefty Oliver suspension fork

Cannondale bringing suspension to drop-bar bikes this fall — 650b wheels, 42mm tires, and disc brakes highlight new go-anywhere rig.

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$3k Endurance Bike Shootout: And the winners are…

Find out which bikes our test team anointed Best Gran Fondo Racer, Best Climber, Best Pure Gravel Road Racer, and Best In Test.

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$3k Endurance Bike Shootout: Cannondale Synapse Carbon 3 Review

Meet a more budget-friendly version of the bike that members of the Cannondale Pro Cycling team rode at races such as Paris Roubaix and the Tour of Flanders.

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Mega Tech Gallery: Race bikes for all 22 Tour de France teams

Every member of the pro peloton has access to a dedicated time trial machine, plus at least two or three road bikes. Aero, lightweight, compliant – there’s usually a bike that focuses specifically on one of those coveted characteristics. Here are some – but certainly not all – of those beautiful race machines.

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Tour de France Tech: Peter Sagan’s Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-Mod

Get an up close look at the bike that’s been looking back at you during the Tour de France.

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$3K Endurance Bike Shootout: Meet the combatants

Endurance bikes are built to be both comfortable — and efficient and powerful. Or put another way, they are the bikes that best suit most of us most of the time. Here we provide a first look at the seven major brand bikes we’ll be testing, and pass on a few initial impressions.

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Video: Peter Sagan and his Cannondale SuperSix Evo

Last year’s runner up at the Tour of Flanders will be looking to go one better on Sunday when Slovakian wunderkind Peter Sagan lines up for the first of the major cobbled classics. Here’s a look at the man and his machine.

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Bikes of the WorldTour: What teams are riding what

Most riders of the 2014 professional peloton will have at least two bikes at their disposal, an aero road bike and a lighter climbing option. Some will also have frames specifically designed for the cobbled classics. Here’s a rundown of who is riding what.

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Interbike 2013: Six Lust Worthy Bikes

We saw dozens of amazing bikes at Interbike (and Eurobike). Super light carbon fiber climbers. Wind cheating aero assault weapons. Beautiful disc-equipped works of custom painted art. Electronic shifting all-day gravel grinding adventure companions. But these six made our heart beat just a little faster.

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Video: Sagan Wins Trials Comp In Denver

Okay, not really. But based on this video, there is seemingly nothing the Slovakian sprinting sensation can’t do.

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Best of PressCamp: Cannondale, Culprit, Rotor and Capo

Take a look at the best — and brightest — from Bike PressCamp, which brought together 26 diverse cycling companies for a three-day mini-trade show at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.

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Cannondale Unveils 2014 Synapse Carbon Hi-MOD Endurance Bike

Utilizing the dusty gravel roads of Italy’s fabled Strade Bianche WorldTour race, Cannondale showed off its new endurance road bike that’s geared toward both rough-road racing and all-day comfort riding.

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Just In: Cannondale Hooligan 1 Urban Bike

Looking for a responsive urban bike to navigate your way through the city with a small footprint that makes carrying it up stairs and storing it in tight spaces easy?

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2013 Predictions: Cannondale Director of Marketing Murray Washburn Part 2

Editor’s Note: This is the next installment in a series of interviews RoadBikeReview.com is conducting with various thought leader’s in the cycling industry. The mission is to discover what trends and technological developments they think will drive the two-wheeled world in 2013. Here we present part 2 of our conversation with cycling industry veteran Murray […]

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2013 Predictions: Cannondale Director of Marketing Murray Washburn Part 1

Editor’s Note: This is the next installment in a series of interviews RoadBikeReview.com is conducting with various thought leader’s in the cycling industry. The mission is to discover what trends and technological developments they think will drive the two-wheeled world in 2013. Here we present part 1 of our conversation with cycling industry veteran Murray […]

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News: Cannondale Pro Cycling Launches Hollywood Style

Southern California served as locale for the official unveiling of the Cannondale Pro Cycling Team this past weekend. Highlights included a Hollywood-style red carpet gala at Paramount Studios, and lots of bike time on the flowing, mountain roads north of Los Angeles. Sagan gets his first hollywood win But perhaps the biggest highlight were the […]

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